Description of Services
The Adult Education Center at UNM-Gallup offers a comfortable learning environment where experienced instructors offer FREE classes in basic skills needed for job and college preparation. The staff is bilingual and all classes can be offered in Navajo, Zuni, Spanish and English. Students have opportunities to learn in a diverse setting while becoming actively involved in the community. Classes are offered year-round on a quarterly schedule. New classes start in July, September, January and April.
Classes are offered to help students prepare to take the Hi-SET® (high school equivalency) test. Students must sign up in advance to attend the sessions and can progress at their own pace. Once the pre-test coursework is completed, the Hi-SET® paper-based exam is offered on-site.
Students must sign up in advance to attend the sessions.
Classes are designed for students whose first language is not English. Reading, writing, conversation and activities inside and outside the classroom help students become familiar with English as a second language and can apply what they learn to daily life, college preparation, job readiness, family literacy and citizenship.
DiplomaSender is a source for High School Equivalency documentation. If you took the HiSET®, TASC, or GED® test in one of their partner states (see the states on www.diplomasender.com), you can go to their website to obtain another diploma and/or official transcript.