TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (July 19, 2016) – Tallahassee Community College is now accepting applications for Fall 2016 GED test preparation classes.
Fall GED classes start Monday, August 22. Online and face-to-face classes will be offered at both the TCC main campus and the TCC Gadsden Center in Quincy.
Students may choose from face-to-face GED classes offered in the morning at the main campus or the Gadsden Center, or in the evening at the main campus. Students may take the online classes at any time and may work from their own computer or use computers at the TCC Library.
Interested students should click on the “Future Students” link on the TCC Homepage and click “Apply for Admission.” The application is free.
Students can then go into their online TCC Passport account to register for the Test of Adult Basic Education, and may also come to the TCC Center for Workforce Development if they would like help in signing up to take the test. The TABE is a placement test that tells students which GED class will meet their needs. There is a fee of $25 to take the TABE.
After taking the TABE, students should come to the TCC Center for Workforce Development on Tuesday, August 16 or Thursday, August 18, from 8:30 am to 2 pm, to register for the specific GED class that is right for them. Staff will be available to walk students through the course registration process at these events.
Tuition for GED classes is $30.