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Adult Basic Skills

Basic skills programs for adults offer instruction in areas such as reading, writing, mathematics, critical thinking, and job skills.

GED skills brush up with Adult Basic Skills  English as a second language program at RCC

New and returning Adult Basic Skills students should call a learning center in their area to schedule an orientation. In addition, employers who want to provide basic skills training for their workers may contract for services that are designed especially for their work sites.

Adults who need to learn basic reading, writing, and math skills may attend classes tailored for their needs and study independently in a learning lab with assistance from qualified instructors. Students also may use the RCC academic success centers for basic skills review prior to taking the college placement test.


Adult Basic Skills

To register for an orientation for adult basic skills, GED® preparation, English as a Second Language (ESL/ELA), skills upgrade or placement test preparation, please call 541-956-7490.

Dean of Instruction, Curriculum, and Academic Excellence: Jeanine Henriques
Co-Department Chairs Kristi Kowalski and Lori Lundine
Lead Instructors Katie Nollenberger and Britta Walker

Jackson County Learning Centers
Table Rock Campus Learning Center: Basic Skills, GED® Preparation
[email protected]
541-956-7490
7800 Pacific Avenue, White City, OR 97503
 
Riverside Campus Center: Basic Skills, ESL/ELA, GED® Preparation
[email protected]
541-956-7490
114 South Bartlett St., Medford, OR 97501
Josephine County Learning Centers

Redwood Learning Center: Basic Skills, ESL/ELA, GED® Preparation
[email protected]
541-956-7490
3345 Redwood Highway, M Building, Grants Pass, OR 97527

Kerby Campus Center: Basic Skills, GED® Preparation
[email protected]
541-956-7490
Illinois Valley Learning Center, 24353 Redwood Highway, Kerby, OR 97531


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Los Centros de Educación para adultos en RCC ofrecen cursos básicos en las areas de lectura, escritura, matemáticas, computacioñ, preparación para tomar el examen de GED, inglés como segunda lengua, y el mejoramiento de destrezas en varias áreas. Los estudiantes pueden matricularse en cualquier programa a lo largo del trimestre, al comunicarse con la oficina del centro de aprendizaje indicado.