Adult Education

AE Mission Statement

NMSU Alamogordo Adult Education holds registration for English as a Second Language (ESL)/Citizenship classes and GED classes.

Registration is required before entering into the classes.  To register, visit the Adult Education office located at the Tays Special Events Center.  For more information, call (575) 439-3812.

GED® computer based testing fees are $120.00. AE strongly encourages students to take an assessment test and AE classes before signing up for the GED® computer based testing.

AE provides: Assessments, GED Preparation, Citizenship, ESL (English as a Second Language), High School Refresher, Employment Skills, Conversation Classes, and Computer Classes for GED Preparation.

Fall Sessions will begin August 11. (Orientation August 4-7)

NMSU-A Adult Education Class Sessions Fall 2014

Fall 2014 SCHEDULE for AE/GED®

The Adult Education Program at NMSU Alamogordo is teaching GED® classes in Language Arts (English and Reading) and Math at the Mescalero Empowerment Center. The GAIN assessments and curriculum are used for preparing and teaching the students enrolled in GED® classes.

The registration*/ assessment period for Fall 2014 will take place the week of August 4-7 during orientation at the scheduled time stated below.


 

Tuesday
August 4, 2014
Assessment begins at 9:00 am
Registration, Language Arts assessment,
Math assessment

 


Please ARRIVE PROMPTLY for the assessment, and plan to spend the ENTIRE 3 hours.
(1) Fill out registration forms and receive AE Student Information Sheet
(2) One 45 minute Language Arts assessment
(3) Fifteen minute break
(4) One 45 minute Math assessment

 

Classes are offered from August-December. Students may attend morning or evening classes. Class times are Monday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. or from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. depending on student’s placement from assessment.


 

Classes will meet
Monday to Thursday,
August-December 2014
Class schedule to be determined by offerings of classes.
Subject to change based on student needs assessment.

 


The Adult Education Program has implemented a managed testing arrangement. That means that no testing will be allowed during the week of classes and students may not join a class once the session has started (unless approved by the Director).

 

*Students will be charged a $10 annual registration fee to be paid during orientation. Proof of hardship will be required to waive fee.

Adult Education Office is CLOSED on Fridays. Please contact the AE office for any questions.