For ABE/GED® classes, our Lincoln offices are open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays at 8800 O St. in office U101a. We also have a program representative available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at our downtown Lincoln location at 1111 O St. You can also call 402-437-2704 or email adulted@southeast.edu to make a registration and intake appointment. 

For ESL classes, students must come to SCC to register for the ESL Orientation. The registration process takes approximately 30 minutes. Please come to Education Square, 1111 O St., Room 112, to register for ESL Orientation, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. We ask that students arrive at least 30 minutes before the scheduled closing time.   

For ABE/GED®/ESL classes in southeast Nebraska, go to the class location nearest you. The instructor will help with orientation and testing. 

No, only at centers officially designated to administer GED® testing. An official GED® credential cannot be obtained from online commercial programs.

The individuals skill level determines how many classes it takes to upgrade his/her skills. Students are assessed in an orientation on their basic skill levels before entering the classes so that they know exactly what is needed to do to be successful on the GED® tests.

No. Take as much time as you need. You will be assessed after the required hours of class time.

Yes. You must attend orientation, and then participate in class time or online learning. If you choose online learning, you must attend class in person at least twice each month. You must reach a required number hours of class time or online study time before taking level assessments. Level assessments help the student and instructor determine learning needs. If you have more questions, classroom instructors can clarify, or you may contact Lynn Saffer, Area Assistant Director at lsaffer@southeast.edu

Yes, each program offers independent study options but you must attend class in person or check in with the instructor at certain intervals.

Basic instruction in each area is free.

Yes. If you need to brush up on basic skills you can take classes at no cost. There are assessments after the required hours of study, but there is no time limit, and no requirement for completing specific classes.

There are four sections - Math, Science, Social Studies and Reasoning through Language Arts. Visit myged.com to learn more.

Each section is $30 but SCC offers vouchers to students who have completed and passed Level 6 of the Assessments.