GED

The GED test gives students without high school diplomas an opportunity to obtain an equivalent credential. There are five tests in the areas of Writing, Social Studies, Sciences, Literature and the Arts and Mathematics.

The Learning Center offers instruction and assistance in preparing students to take the GED tests.

For more information about the GED test, please visit:

GED Express


About the GED

Classroom Practice

Online Practice

The Learning Center is located on the 3rd floor of the Welch Children's Wing at the James V. Brown Library.


One studentís experience

ďSchool was Ö hard. It wasnít fun to do homework when I didnít understand the subject. My grades were average and every class was a struggle just to keep that average.

I left classes because Ö I gave up, dropped out, wanting the easier road. Being a teenager, the pressure of just being alive, trying to learn at school and learn to become an adult all at the same time became overwhelming.

Iíve had manual jobs since dropping out. Tried to climb the corporate ladder in a company but hit the glass ceiling so I decided to quit. After being out of school 26 years not having a GED finally caught up with me. Through "The Learning Center" I met a tutor who is outstanding. She helped my confidence level rise.

My future plans are more school, business management or something in the science field. Iím 42 years old and Iím never too old to learn.

Thank you Learning Center for being there for people like me.Ē


Learning Express Library -  provides a completely interactive online series of practice tests and refresher tutorial courses to enable the user to succeed on the GED. Immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and an individualized analysis of results. Complete courses in basic mathematics, algebra, grammar, and writing available. Free registration creates a personal account to monitor progress.