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Become Your Best Self!
The Kodiak Regional Adult Education program offers adults the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge for education, employment, and citizenship; to increase self-image and self-direction; and to progress toward future personal, career, training, and/or college goals.
Our classes are free! Join now.
Call 907-486-1201 or visit the Campus Center, room 208.
GED® Testing Information at Kodiak College:
We provide free study assistance, test preparation, and support.
Please make an appointment with Adult Education at Kodiak College at 486-1201.
We are in the Campus Center, Room 208. Call today!
Qualify for free GED Ready® vouchers by registering with us!
Minimum Age and Requirements:
Applicants who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and have not received a high school diploma, or high school equivalency certificate may test. Before testing is allowed, applicants who are sixteen (16) or seventeen (17) years of age must present a withdrawal slip from the last school attended in Alaska. Applicants must also submit legal emancipation documentation or written permission from a parent or guardian to take the tests. Documentation is to be presented to the Kodiak Regional ABE Program.
TESTING: GED® tests are $30.00 each. To test, you must do the following:
2. From September through mid-May you are welcome to join our Kodiak College Adult Basic Education Program and take a free GED® Ready practice test, after registering with us. We provide and assist you with free study materials and information, if needed.
3. Otherwise, if you want to work on your own and GED® test: sign in to your GED account and schedule your test by selecting the Kodiak College Testing Center, and look for available dates. Testing availability may be limited during the summer. Read all testing information carefully to learn about cancellation and refund policies, and other test tips.
For more information on GED® testing, content, preparation, and what to expect.
If you need study assistance, test preparation, and support, please make an appointment with Adult Education at Kodiak College, 907-486-1201 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.We are in the Campus Center, Room 208.
GED®, Career, and College Preparation:
Qualify for free GED Ready® vouchers by registering with us. Free Classes from September to mid-May
Applied Math: Customized Study Plan
Taught in 2 - 3 week units
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Reasoning through Language Arts
Monday, 11 am - 12 pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 am - 10:30 am
Advanced Reading and Writing for Testing, Class, and Work
Tuesday class, 11:45 am - 12:45 pm; Thursday practice
GED and pre-GED work options: Online and/or by appointment
Customized study plan with free GED Ready® practice tests
English for the Health Care Workplace: Earn a Free Continuing Education Unit (CEU)
Dates are to be announced
Interactive Instruction Targeted for Success Distance Program / Lab
We will arrange use of a free self-paced program, at your convenience!
Need another time with your schedule?
Ask for free seat in a self-paced program if it interests you.
Qualify for free GED Ready® practice test vouchers -
registering with us!
GED® and GED Ready® practice tests are available.
English or Spanish.
Interested in becoming an Adult Education Instructional Aide / Tutor?