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Adult Education

Robert Reimer

Dean
 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Adult Education Division of the City Colleges of Chicago is to provide educational programs that help adults become literate, learn English as a second language, obtain a GED®  credential, and gain the knowledge, skills and guidance necessary for transition to college and career pathways.

Register for Adult Education classes today.

         

Courses ​​

To take placement exams and register for classes, visit or call the Adult Education class at the City Colleges location for you.           

Free classes are offered at Olive-Harvey College, satellite locations, and other community sites to help students improve the English language or basic literacy skills, obtain a GED® certificate, or prepare for the Citizenship Exam.  Specific services include:             

  • GED® Preparation classes (classroom instruction or online)
  • Basic reading and math skills
  • English as second language (ESL) 
  • College readiness 
  • Workforce preparation and Bridge classes

Eligibility

In general, students must be at least 18 years old in order to enroll in adult education classes. However, 16 and 17 year-olds may register with an official release letter certifying that they are no longer attending high school. (Recent arrivals to Chicago age 16 and 17 must have a parent or guardian fill out a form verifying that they have never attended a Chicago-area public school.)              

Adult Education classes are intended for people who live in or near Chicago. They are not appropriate for students with F1, F2, H1, J1, or J2 visas, nor are they appropriate for short-term visitors to the U.S.             

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Programs

 

Faculty & Staff

Robert Reimer, Dean of Adult and Continuing Education (773) 291-6320          

Francisco Torres, Adult Education Manager (773) 291-6706          

Yanci Lashley, Adult Education Manager (773) 291-6327     

Brenda Baker, Transition Specialist (773) 291-6519 

Manuel J Ortiz, College Advisor (773) 291-6715
 

Related Services

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Contact Information

Phone: 
(773) 291-6690
Fax: 
(773) 291-6266
10001 S. Woodlawn Avenue
Main Building, Room 3114
Chicago, IL 60628
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Hours

Mon -Thurs  9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday         9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Publications

​South Chicago Learning Center             

3055 E. 92nd Street              

Chicago, IL 60617             

(773) 291-6770