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GED/ABE Classes

All colleges throughout the IECC district offer tuition-free classes to help prepare students for the GED exam. Day and evening classes are typically offered in 8 or 16 week formats. The GED/ABE classes review math, reading, writing, science, social studies, and the Constitution, which are all covered on the exam. Any person 16 years of age or older is able to enroll in GED classes.

Classes can also help students who have been out of school for many years. The ABE courses provide the opportunity for students to update their knowledge and become more prepared to continue their education or re-enter the tough job market.



GED/ABE Contacts
Dena Weber, Frontier Community College
Director of Adult & Continuing Education
(618) 842-3711 x4312

Rena Gower, Lincoln Trail College
Director Learning Skills Center
(618) 544-8657 x1134

Donita Kaare, Olney Central College
Director Learning Skills Center
(618) 395-7777 x2264

Monica Grove, Olney Central College
Instructor Learning Skills Center
(618) 395-7777 x2267

Marsha Humphrey, Wabash Valley College
Coordinator of Academic Assistance Center
(618) 262-8641 x3412

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