The Adult Education Center provides adult learners with opportunities to increase basic skills in math, reading, and writing, prepare for the GED, take the GED Test, prepare for a work-ready certificate, and college-required placement tests, and develop the skills to transition to further education and jobs.
GED PREPARATION: Covers all four content areas of the GED, improve study skills, and provides test-taking strategies. For more information call 620-665-8004.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: Designed for students whose first language is not English. Concentrated on conversation, introductory reading, and introductory writing.
SKILLS IMPROVEMENT: Designed for students who have a GED or high school diploma but want to improve in math, reading, or writing for employment or entering college/training.
ONLINE: GED preparation classes are also available through our Newton Center. For more information, contact us by calling 620-665-8004 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hutchinson Campus: March 25 to May 22
Registration ends March 15
McPherson Campus: April 1 to May 29
Registration ends March 22nd
Newton Campus: March 18 to May 16
Registration ends March 8
March Registration closes on March 13
Newton Campus: March Registration closes March 6
McPherson Campus: March Registration closes March 20
Hutchinson ESL Classes: April 1 to May 23
Registration ends March 26
Newton ESL Classes: January 9 to May 2
Registration ends January 8
Hutchinson Community College is part of a National and State of Kansas Initiative to provide opportunities for adults to gain new skills for high-demand high-wage jobs.
Free HutchCC Technical Classes in approved areas (Tuition & Fees Scholarship)
Free Official Practice Tests
Free GED Tests
To learn more about this program, contact Joseph Salas at email@example.com
Current career paths:
All Test-takers must create a MyGED portal account at www.ged.com. Test-takers will use their MyGED portal account to schedule and pay for exams. The MyGED portal account will also provide additional resources.
Looking for a preparation class? Click on the Adult Education tab for registration instructions.
To order a copy of your Kansas High School Certificate (GED)
If this is your first time using the online order system, please click Request Transcript, then click on Create Account, and then enter the required information. Once your account is created you will be able to request transcripts online and track the status of your orders.
The Adult Education Center offers many services, including GED preparation, basic skill instruction, and more. Enrollment begins by attending a mandatory Registration & Assessment session at one of our three sites: Hutchinson, Newton, or McPherson. Fill out this registration form to reserve your spot.
During registration, you will complete the required paperwork and the Test of Adult Basic Education, which measures students' academic strengths and weaknesses. Also, our instructors will answer your initial questions and then test you in core academic areas to determine class placement. Here are some tips for taking TABE (Tests of Adult Basic Education).
The Adult Education Center begins new class sessions approximately every 8-9 weeks. See our homepage for upcoming class dates and registration dates.
The process for new students:
1. Decide that you are serious about increasing your skills in Reading, Math, & Writing.
2. Sign up for a mandatory registration & assessment by calling the office at 620-665-8004 or clicking on the Register Here link on our webpage to complete it online.
3. Attend the selected Registration & Assessment session. You will complete the required paperwork, be introduced to our program, pay your materials fee, and then be assessed to determine a baseline of your skills in Reading, Math, and Language using the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE).
4. Attend mandatory Orientation sessions in the first week of class. Attendance is required. Failure to attend will result in a forfeiture of your fee and will require you to begin classes after attending orientation in the next session.
5. Meet with your instructors one-on-one to go over test scores and develop an individual learning plan.
6. Begin class and build your skills to reach your goals!
The program provides trained staff to work with students in small classes, individualized instruction, and/or computer-aided instruction. Each student will have an individualized learning plan. A Transition Coach is also on staff to assist students with goal setting, workplace skills, planning for additional education, and life skills.
All students will pay a materials fee which will cover the cost of all materials used in the classroom. Our current materials fee is $50 cash or check.
The program focuses on math, reading, writing, and basic computer skills that are required in preparation for: