Adult Education Classes
(Preparation Program for the GED® Test)
Thank you for choosing the Adult Education Department at Gwinnett Technical College to pursue your high school equivalency certification.
18-Year-Old and Over Registration Requirements
Verification of Eligibility for Public Benefit Affidavit Directions
In accordance with Georgia law (O.C.G.A. § 50-36-1), Office of Adult Education grantees who receive state funds must require every applicant (ages 18 and over) to provide a secure and verifiable document and execute a signed and sworn affidavit verifying his or her lawful presence in the United States in order to be eligible to receive the public benefit of adult education.
For a list of secure and verifiable documents, refer to the "List of Secure and Verifiable Documents" posted at http://law.ga.gov/immigration-reports
You are registering for an Orientation Session. If you choose to attend classes you must also complete an assessment session. This assessment will help us place you in the right classes. Be sure to register for your assessment before you leave orientation. Orientation, assessments and classes are free.
Students with Disabilities
Students who have a medical and/or psychological disability, have documentation of such disability and require special accommodations or services, must come to the Adult Education office (Building 100, Room 919) to receive a referral to Gwinnett Technical College Disability Services Office.
We have four(4) semesters:
- SUMMER (July – August)
- FALL (August – December)
- SPRING (January - May)
- SUMMER2 (May – June)
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