Finger Lakes Community College has introduced complimentary GED preparatory classes at the Seneca County Office Building in Waterloo.
Tailored to allow students to progress at individual paces, the FLCC program pairs participants with an instructor, ensuring they are aptly prepped for the quartet of exams required to secure a high school equivalency diploma. Preliminary in-person assessments in math and reading are undertaken to determine each student’s proficiency.
Classes convene within the Division of Human Services office located on the building’s second floor. For added convenience and accessibility, the Seneca County Office Building is situated along the RTS bus route. Moreover, supplemental support is provided by the Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County. Comprehensive information about FLCC’s GED and ESL (English as a Second Language) programs can be sourced from the college’s official website or through direct contact.
Besides Seneca, FLCC facilitates similar classes in Ontario, Wayne, and Yates counties, leveraging its locations, libraries, and the Yates County Workforce Development office. Notably, during the 2021-22 academic term, nearly 500 individuals benefitted from FLCC’s GED or ESL classes.
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