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Adult Basic Education and
General Educational Development (GED®)

Did you know that more than 95 percent of employers nationwide employ GED® graduates on the same basis as high school graduates in terms of hiring, salary, and opportunity for advancement?

RCC offers Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED® preparation classes to anyone who does not have a high school diploma or needs to review basic skills and is at least 16 years old. If you are 16 or 17, you must obtain a “Referral for Instruction” from your high school to begin classes at Rogue. Please contact one of our learning centers below for more information. The GED® program allows you to earn a high school equivalency certificate by passing the following four tests:

  • Reasoning Through Language Arts
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Mathematics

How to enroll in ABE/GED® classes

RCC’s GED® programs cost only $65 a term and are offered at our learning center locations. Prior to attending our program, new students must attend an orientation and take assessments for placement purposes. To sign up for the next available orientation, please contact the learning center of your choice listed below:

Riverside Campus Learning Center in Medford, 541-245-7701
Includes classes in all subject areas above, classes in computers and careers, and independent study in the learning center lab with individual teacher help.

Table Rock Campus Learning Resource Center in White City, 541-245-7820
Includes independent study in the learning center lab and computer lab with individual teacher help.

RedwoodCampus Learning Center in Grants Pass, 541-956-7253
Includes classes in all subject areas above, classes in computers and careers, and independent study in the learning center lab with individual teacher help.

Illinois Valley Learning Center in Kerby, 541-956-7455
Includes independent study in the learning center lab and computer lab with individual teacher help.

Although most students enrolled in the program are preparing for the GED® exams, many are enrolled to enhance academic and pre-employment skills. For more information about our program, please use the links to the left on this page or contact any of the learning centers listed above.

GED® cap & gown graduation is held in June. Follow this link for pictures and video and more information about our next graduation event.

GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education (ACE)