Adult Education Expands Program to Little River and Pike Counties
April 05, 2017
The UAC Adult Education program recently submitted a Request for Proposal (RFP) to continue the program for two additional years by receiving state and federal funds.
More than 40 applications across the state were submitted to the Department of Career Education to continue or to become a local education agency for adult education programs.
Chancellor Steve Cole received notification on that the Department of Career Education approved UA Cossatot to continue adult education services. The new RFP expanded the program to serve Little River and Pike counties, in addition to Sevier and Howard counties.
Adult Education services include adult basic education, GED® preparation, college preparation, Accelerating Opportunities, career assistance, employability skills training, digital literacy, financial literacy, English as a second language classes, and citizenship preparation classes. All services are free to the public, and now for a limited time, official GED® Testing is free.
For more information about these services, call 870-584-1114 or visit www.cccua.edu/adulted.