Adult Basic Skills Development
Do you feel “stuck” and need help to move up?
If you can’t move up because you don’t have a high school degree or GED; or
you lack some basic skills, the Adult Basic Education program at Umpqua
Community College can help you:
- Improve your reading skills
- Learn to write an essay
- Study math
- Enhance your job skills
- Write a resume
- Learn computer skills
- Prepare for the GED
Adult Basic Skills Programs
Through the Umpqua Community College Adult Basic Education programs adults can study to improve basic skills in reading, writing and math, prepare for the GED test, earn a diploma or receive tutoring in English as a second language.
ABE, GED and ESL classes have very low tuition and are open to adults 16 and older. For information or to find out how to enroll, please call the Adult Education Department at 541-440-4603. Learn about programs and services offered at UCC Woolley
The Umpqua Community College, Woolley Center Adult General Education program is one of the few ABE programs in the state who has received the distinction of being awarded a charter from the National Adult Education Honor Society.
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