College & Community Relations
Aims offers more flexible GED coursesSubmitted on: 01-05-2007
Aims Community College has revamped its GED program, offering new hours and a more flexible schedule for those seeking the General Education Development credential. Students can now register at any time of the year, and pay just $40 for a full month’s training and instruction in preparation for the exam. The new open-entry program is available every Monday through Thursday from 1 to 8 p.m. at the Aims Downtown Center in Greeley’s historic Kress building at 815 8th Ave. The self-paced program allows students to come in for instruction when it’s most convenient for them. “Students can come in for a few hours, go home, get the kids fed and come back for another couple hours,” said Marsha Harmon, program coordinator. “Some students come in before work, some come in after. It’s all up to them.” Previously, the program accepted enrollments only during the first week of the month. “This new open enrollment structure is really nice, because when people decide they want to do it, they can get started right away and not lose their momentum,” Harmon said. For more information or to schedule an appointment call 339-6264.
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