Continuing Education

High School Equivalency Exam & Prep Classes

The HSE program helps students receive their high school diploma and achieve Educational Funding Level (EFL).

Please contact Patti Gilmore, Program Coordinator, or Annette Vargas, HiSet Administrator at 856-200-4531 or email pgilmore@cccnj.edu & avargas@cccnj.edu for more information.

High School Equivalency Exam (HSE)


Attention students ages 16 and up who did not graduate from high school, this program is for you! Wherever you are – whatever your level – we can prepare you to take the High School Equivalency (HSE) exam. Fear of math? We’ve got you covered. Hate to write? We’ll make it fun. Whatever you think your road block to earning a high school diploma is, we can help you overcome it.

There is no charge for these preparation classes. You must commit to attend Monday through Thursday with a minimum of 12 hours per week for 8 weeks. Upon completion, you can register online to take the HSE Exam (formerly known as the GED test). Cumberland County College offers the HiSet Exam on the college campus.

  • Day classes are held on CCC’s campus at the Center for Workforce and Economic Development (CWED), by Parking Lot K
  • Evening classes are held at Vineland Public Library, 1058 E. Landis Avenue, Vineland
  • Evening classes are held at the Forest Lakes Family Success Center (Commercial Township) 2009 Spring Garden Road, (two 8-week classes annually)

 

CCC HiSet High School Equivalency Testing


The HiSet High School Equivalency Exam is offered at Cumberland County College in English or in Spanish. Exams are given bi-monthly on campus. To register for the exam, go to the HiSet website: http://hiset.ets.org/test_takers, sign in/create account or view video tutorial. For additional information contact Annette Vargas at 856-200-4531

 

English as a Second Language (8 Week Course)

The ESL program offered through Cumberland County
College’s Workforce and Continuing Education Department will provide instructions on 4 levels. Each course will run for 8 weeks, 12 hours per week with a program total of 96 hours of instructions. The ESL program curriculum is part of the National Geographic Learning/Cengage Learning which is a leading expert in the field of Adult English Language Learning. The Stand Out series is a six-level, standards-based, ESL series for adult education with a proven track record of successful results.

 

 

Once you successfully complete your HSE, continue your education to find gainful employment by visiting www.cccnj.edu/workforce