High School Equivalency at MACC
HiSET Missouri [GED] Program – We’re glad you’re here!
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 governments.
To be eligible to enroll in classes, students must first attend orientation.
MISSOURI ADULT EDUCATION & LITERACY PROGRAM (AEL)
Through the Missouri Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Program, Missouri adults can gain the basic skills they need to be productive workers, family members, and citizens.
IS THE PROGRAM FOR ME? Many students who participate in MACC’s 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.
PREPARE AT YOUR OWN PACE MACC’s AEL program offers a flexible classroom setting where adults who are at least 17 years old can learn at their own pace. Our aim is to provide you with all the assistance you need to achieve your literacy goals.
AEL AT MACC DOES IT COST? State and federal governments fund the program, which is free of charge to students. Examination fees for the HSE are the responsibility of the student. Financial assistance may be available.
To register for orientation fill out the form below.
Register for Orientation
Stevens Amendment Disclosure Statement: LOCAL AEL PROGRAM is supported by the United States Department of Education through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). A total of $481,463.36, or 76 percent, of the program is financed with federal funds, and $149,968.62, or 24 percent, is funded by other sources.