Adult Basic Education (ABE)
The Adult Basic Education (ABE) program is designed for the student who has taken a long break from education and would like a refresher course that will review and focus on the basics. ABE is a non-degree program that helps strengthen skills in reading, writing, and math, to the pre-college level. If you’ve got your sights set on college, but first want to boost your academic skills then ABE is the course for you. By reviewing and focusing on the basics, students become better prepared to keep up with advanced classes. ABE can also teach students better study and learning habits, which will help them, succeed where they might have otherwise found difficulty. All classes are direct instruction and instructor led.
Our program will provide you with the following benefits:
- Prepare for the TABE Assessment Test
- Become a better reader
- Improve your math skills
- Flexible schedules-days, and evenings
- Self-paced curriculum
- Central downtown metro location
- **FREE tutoring for enrolled students**
$192 per 45 hours
$22 for Reading textbook
$45 for Math textbook
Step 1: Apply
Apply in person at the EGTC 6th floor registration desk, 1860 Lincoln St., Denver, or with our online application.
Step 2: Assessment
A free assessment test of reading and math is required before registration. The assessment takes approximately 2.5 hours. A photo ID is required. For testing hours, call 720-423-4759.
Step 3: Register
You may register for the program in-person after assessment testing.
All incoming or prospective students are required to attend an orientation prior to the start of class. Also, all students with questions about the GED® and/or ABE courses and college programs are invited to attend. Information about courses, one-on-one meetings with teachers and administration, resource guides, and registration information will be available.
Students should bring TABE results and registration information if possible.
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From our students...
I chose EGTC because I like that it is a smaller college and that you can finish a program in months. I also like having smaller class sizes.