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Richmond Community College

Listing Last Update: February 16, 2016

Location

1042 W Hamlet Ave.
Hamlet, NC 28345
richmondcc.edu

Primary Contact

Terry Thompson

(910) 410-1787

tethompson@richmondcc.edu

Educational services

  • Reading and writing
  • To help my child learn
  • To study for high school equivalency
  • English language
  • Math
  • How to use Computers/Technology
  • Information about the GED Test

Instruction Type

  • Classroom
  • Computer
  • Instruction in Spanish

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Program Overview

Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a program of instruction designed for adults who function below the high school level. Instruction is offered in reading, writing, math, and English.

Adult Secondary Education (ASE)
Adult Secondary Education (ASE) is a program of instruction (9.0 grade level and above or the equivalent) designed to prepare adults for further education or transition toward skill obtainment and employment. Adult Secondary Education includes the Adult High School (AHS) Diploma program and the High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma program.

English Language Acquisition (ELA)
Integrated English literacy and Civics Education (IEL/CE)

"Integrated English literacy and civics education" (IEL/CE) is defined as "education services provided to English language learners who are adults, including professionals with degrees and credentials in their native countries, that enables such adults to achieve competency in the English language and acquire the basic and more advanced skills needed to function effectively as parents, workers, and citizens of the United States.

Transitions and Career Pathways
College and Career Readiness programs are provided for students with low basic education skills in writing, reading, math, and computer literacy. Students who receive these services include low-skilled adults, individuals with disabilities, family literacy, youth, ex-offenders, and English language acquisition students. Their goals are to complete adult high school and obtain a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent and perhaps earn employment related credentials.

Hours of operation: M-Th 8 am to 5 pm and Fri 8 am to 2:30 pm

Cost info: All classes are free of charge. There is a cost for the high school equivalency exam.

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Program Status:
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