Fort Scott, Kansas – Students interested in earning a General
Educational Development (GED) diploma or improving their basic skills are
invited to enroll in Adult Basic Education classes on the main campus of Fort
Scott Community College.
The next class orientation begins July 15
and will run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of that week. Sessions are offered
at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. each day and will run three hours.
After completing orientation, class will
be held Monday through Thursday until the student has completed their goals.
Instructors for the eight-week course are Aubrey Duft and Jamie Collier. Students that complete this GED program qualify for a scholarship to cover their first 3 hours at FSCC.
Students 16 or 17 years of age must provide documentation that they have unenrolled from high school. A valid ID or driver’s
license must be provided by all students.
The cost for the class is $25; which
covers the practice test fee, COMPASS college entrance exam, WorkKeys
Employment Skills Test and other services. Please be prepared to pay the
$25 before class begins. The GED test fee is $120 and due when a student registers for
Another orientation is scheduled to begin
more information contact the Eastern Kansas Adult Education Center at
620-223-2700 at extension 4400 or 4270.