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GED and ABE Orientation

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.
Date and time:
Friday, February 24, 2017
Location: 

1860 Lincoln Street, Denver, Room 654.

Orientation sessions begin at 8 a.m.

Students should bring TABE results and registration information if possible. 

Students unable to attend must make email contact prior to the start of class with Josephine.Rodriguez@emilygriffith.edu

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