ORIENTATIONS ARE OFFERED WEEKLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!
• Must be at least 18-1/2 years old or your 9th grade high school class must have graduated
• Must be a Wisconsin resident • Must not be currently enrolled in a public or private high school
• Must not be a high school graduate
STEP 1: Complete TABE tests in Reading, Writing and Math: TABE tests are free of charge and can be taken in the AssessmentCenter atNWTC-GreenBay,Room SC365 of the Student Center. To schedule your TABE tests, please call the Assessment Center at 1-888-385-6982. Picture identification is required for all testing done in the Assessment Center. Please allow 2.5 hours to finish test. NOTE: TABE testing must be complete before you can attend “GED to College” Orientation.
STEP 2: Register in Advance for a GED to College (GED2C) Orientation: You can register in person for an orientation session by going to SC308 or you can register by phone by calling 920-498-5686. (If there is no answer, please leave a voicemail message and someone will return your call to complete your registration.)
STEP 3: Attend GED2C Orientation Session: GED Orientation is scheduled over 2 days (4-hour sessions each); attendance at both sessions is required to receive credit for completion of the mandatory GED Orientation. These 2 sessions include GED/HSED program information, completion of a Personal Education/Career Plan and a campus tour.
STEP 4: Attend GED Prep 1; GED Prep 2; GED B2CC; or Math Seminar: You are eligible to attend these classes after you have completed the GED2C Orientation.
GED PREP 1 ...this course is designed for students with a TABE Reading score up to a 5.0 and will develop and strengthen pre-GED skills in reading, writing, and arithmetic; improve basic computer skills, and orient students to the GED testing process and options for future transition to college.
GED PREP 2 ...this course is for students with TABE A Reading score at 6.0 or above and will further develop GED and College/Career Readiness skills in reading, language, writing, and mathematical reasoning, as well as literacy across the disciplines of science and social studies through complex literary and informational text analysis.
GED Bridge to College and Career (GED B2CC) …this course will prepare students for completion of the GED® through contextualized instruction to the health, business, and trades sectors by developing transferrable academic competencies and professional awareness aiding in transition to college or career.
Math Seminar …this course is designed to strengthen student’s skills in math.
For information regarding GED Orientations, please call (920) 498-5686 or (800) 422-NWTC, ext. 5686.
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