Adult Education & Literacy

The Key to Achieve and the Support to Succeed

Adult Education & Literacy programs provide English as a Second Language (ESL), High School Equivalency (GED), and Workforce Preparation to help students acquire the skills needed to succeed in the workforce, enter college or enter a career training. 

The Mission of the Adult Education & Literacy program is to equip adults with the educational opportunities necessary to become self-sufficient individuals and to provide a linkage to career pathways. To promote and support a responsive and accountable system that creates value and supports local solutions to addressing the educational and workforce development needs of Adult Education & Literacy students, businesses, and community stakeholders. 

Our Vision is to deliver education, workforce, and postsecondary education and training outcomes for students through innovative service delivery and partnerships that result in statewide alignments, efficiencies, and accountability.

Lessons to Build On

Learning basic English or earning a GED certificate can be a game-changing opportunity regardless of your age. Our Adult Education & Literacy Department has dedicated staff helping individuals in furthering their education and obtaining knowledge and skills for employment and self sufficiency. 

Free classes are available year-round at a variety of locations, such as at the Ft. McIntosh Campus, South Campus, and various external sites throughout Webb, Jim Hogg, and Zapata counties.

Want more information? Adult Education & Literacy staff can help you identify the program that is right for you and guide you through the enrollment steps. Call, email, or stop by one of our offices. Contact Us
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Ft. McIntosh Campus

Eloy Garcia Building, Room 111

South Campus

Academic & Advanced Technology Center, Room C231

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