Neosho, MO – Crowder College’s Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program is open to classes on the Neosho Crowder College campus and ready to serve the community
AEL helps people who want to prepare for their high school equivalency exam (formerly known as GED), review basic skills, prepare for a college placement test, prepare for the ASVAB test or to prepare for the NCRC test. Our program also offers free college and career transition services for those who are ready to take the next step in their lives.
The AEL class at Crowder College meets on the Neosho Crowder College campus by appointment only due to the ongoing pandemic. Wearing a face mask on campus and in the classroom is mandatory. One-to-one tuition, online Zoom instructions, and a new online study program are available for those who prefer to learn at home.
This cutting edge new program is one of the best online programs in the country. It allows the student to learn on any electronic device such as a smartphone, tablet or computer with Internet access. The innovation of this unique program is not only the online platform, it is that it teaches students the lessons they need to know to pass the high school equivalency exam and not repeat the lessons already. controlled. Current students report enjoying the new program and giving positive reviews on their learning success.
To find out more about adult education and literacy programs or any of the learning opportunities mentioned, please call 417.455.5521 or email [email protected]. AEL is located at Newton Hall, Room 300A, Crowder College – Neosho, 601 Lacelede, Neosho, MO.