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The Adult Education service providers in our area offer General Education Development (GED) preparation classes on Tri-County's campus. You may enroll at any time during the term. For information on schedules and costs, please contact Jennifer Beattie Hulehan, Comprehensive Studies Department Head here at the College. You may reach Ms. Beattie Hulehan at 646-1333 or toll-free (within the 864 area code) at 1-866-269-5677, ext. 1333, or via email at email@example.com.
You may also contact any of the local Adult Education service providers for information regarding GED classes taught at their centers:
- Anderson (city, Pendleton, Starr-Iva area) 260-5075
- Anderson - Career & Technology Center (Williamston, Belton-Honea Path area) 947-9311
- Oconee County 886-4429
- Pickens County 397-3825
Tri-County has teamed up with The School District of Pickens County (SDPC) to offer the LINC (Linking Individuals Now to Careers) program.
LINC is a unique program offering GED study and WorkKeys certification. It allows Pickens County residents who have not completed their high school credentials to gain skills for entering the workforce. LINC builds a seamless transfer from the SDPC's adult education program through completion of a training or academic program at Tri-County Technical College.
Individuals who successfully earn a GED diploma and WorkKeys credential can then gain more specialized training through "QuickJobs" training at the QuickJobs Center, located beside the Easley TCTC Campus, or by entering one of the many academic programs of study offered there.
Adult Learning LINC classes are being held at the Tri-County Tech Easley campus. To begin the application process, you will need to complete an Assessment at the Adult Learning Center in Easley (106 Glazner Street). Students with qualifying scores on the initial assessment will be referred to the LINC program.
Intake/Registration information can be found here. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early. For more information, contact the Adult Learning Center at 397-3825.