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Missouri Adult Education and Literacy logoAdult Education & Literacy

Moberly Area Community College has offered free Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) classes for several decades. AEL provides a flexible classroom setting where adults who are at least 17 years of age have the opportunity to learn at their own pace. AEL offers individualized learning assistance for a variety of interests. Many students who participate in the AEL program are preparing for the High School Equivalency (HSE) test. Other students may receive instruction to brush up on their academic or everyday living skills. This program is free to the student and is funded by state and federal government.

To be eligible to enroll in classes, students must first attend orientation. To register for the next orientation fill out the form below.

Moberly

Moberly Area Community College
Main Building, Lower Level
AEL Classroom, Room 42
101 College Avenue

 

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8 N. Broadway

 

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Room 138
601 Business Loop 70 West

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800 E. Cherry St.

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MACC-Advanced Technology Center
Room 156
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For more information, contact:
Adult Education and Literacy
Main Building, Room 42
101 College Avenue
Moberly, MO 65270
1-800-622-2070
1-660-263-4100
Extension: 11382

 

Register for Adult Education Orientation

All MACC AEL students must register for and attend all days of orientation before they can enroll into an AEL class. Complete the form below to register for Orientation.


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The mission of the MACC AEL Program is to provide any citizen of this community and the surrounding area with access to free classes to obtain a High School Equivalency (HSE), improve basic skills, prepare for the workplace, or receive career counseling. It is also the goal of AEL to provide volunteer tutor assistance to any participating student whenever possible. The ultimate goal of the program is for students to successfully achieve educational and lifelong goals.