ABE (Adult Basic Education). Provides basic literacy help to those who need it. This includes basic math, reading and English skills for people performing at the non-reader through twelfth grade levels. The program offers different settings and methods to help students learn in the style they prefer.
VIEW (English as a Second Language). Non-English speakers can learn to speak, read, and write English whether they can read or write in their native language. Classes stress conversation and survival skills.
GED (General Educational Development). High school equivalency training designed for people who didn't receive a high school diploma. The students work on coursework independently and at their own rate. Courses include audio tapes, video cassettes, books, tutors, and computers. Practice tests for the GED are offered. The GED may be combined with the government course taken at the center to obtain a diploma from the state.
Resource Center. This program provides tutoring for students within each of the School of Applied Technology programs. Students should contact their instructors to request help.