The School of Adult & General Education faculty and staff help students develop the academic, work, and life skills necessary for success. We strive to be a welcoming "front door" to the college for entering and returning students and a source of support for continuing students as they progress in their educational and career pursuits.
Our school is a progressive learning community in which all students, faculty and staff can succeed and become life-long learners.
We help students progress in their academic and career pursuits through a variety of support courses and programs. Courses are offered in a variety of formats (collaborative, self-paced, distance) so that students can choose the course that best fits their learning style. Developmental education courses are graded credit (CR) or no credit (NC). We offer day and evening courses at all campuses as well as distance learning options.