Assessment and Registration – ABE or GED
The Adult Education Program is committed to providing services to our district residents. If you are not a resident of the PSC district, please contact your local village hall for a program near you.
Our policies have recently changed:
Prairie State College's Adult Education Program is committed to providing services to our district residents. If you are not a resident of the PSC district, please contact your local village hall for a program near you.
Due to limited resources, if you complete the assessment/registration process and do not show up for the class, you will not be able to register the next semester.
Program space is limited. Registration is for new students and students who have successfully completed a semester within the past 12 months.
GED® Preparation Classes Fall Classes Begin Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013
Registration takes place in the Adult Training and Outreach Center (ATOC)-Parking Lot D
|Wednesday||Aug. 7||9:30 a.m.||ATOC|
|Thursday||Aug. 8||6 p.m.||ATOC|
|Monday||Aug. 12||6 p.m.||ATOC|
|Tuesday||Aug. 13||9:30 a.m.||ATOC|
- Arrive early as registration and testing starts on time.
- Space is limited to a first come, first serve basis.
- Bring a government issued photo ID.
- Bring your medical card (if applicable).
16 - 17 year old students must provide documentation proving formal withdrawal from high school.
For further information please call (708)709-7880 or (708)709-7931 or visit prairiestate.edu/adulted
According to the Stevens Amendment Act, the grant funded portion of the Adult Education and Family
Literacy Program at Prairie State College for Fiscal Year 2013 is 34 percent financed with federal funds
It is the policy of Prairie State College to provide, on a flexible and individualized basis, reasonable
accommodations to students who have disabilities.