Wayne Community College’s Basic Skills Department will hold an orientation to its High School Equivalency (formerly GED) and Adult High School programs next week.
The session is designed for both new students and returning students who have been out of the programs for a year or longer. All four days must be attended in order for the student to enroll in one of the programs.
It will be held 9 a.m.-noon, Monday-Thursday, August 4-7 in Room 220 of the Walnut Building on the college’s main campus in Goldsboro. The next opportunity to attend a session will be in mid-September.
Students must bring a photo ID card and Social Security Number.
For more information, call (919) 739-6908. New students under age 18 must call (919) 739-6917 before attending the orientation class.
The High School Equivalency and Adult High School programs at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro offer tuition-free options for adults 16 years or older who want to earn high school credentials. They are two of several programs in the Basic Skills Department that address the needs of Wayne County’s adult residents with below-high school education levels or who lack basic skills necessary to function effectively in society.