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Adult Education Course Registration

Enrolling

To enroll in an Adult Education course, contact Lisa Quesenberry who will assist you with the process and match you with a life coach.
Lisa can be reached by phone at (540) 674-3682 or via email at adultbasiced@nr.edu.

Once you’ve been matched with your life coach and placed in a class, you will begin the orientation process with your life coach by working on the Student Planner and completing assessments.

Registering for Courses

To enroll in an Adult Education course complete a registration form and take a placement assessment to determine English and mathematics skills.
If you need assistance in completing the form, an Adult Education advisor will be happy to help.
The registration form can be printed using the PDF document link and completed by hand or typed in Microsoft® Word® using the fill-in form.


You may either mail or email the registration form.
Please DO NOT include your Social Security number on the form until you have been placed in a class.


Fee

There is a $10 non-refundable fee for each session.

Sessions

Classes are arranged in two semesters which are divided into three five week blocks or “sessions” with a week of no classes between sessions. The week without classes is an orientation week during which new students are accepted and placed into classes.

Life Coach

In addition to your teacher, you are appointed a life coach. The coach assists you in assessments and setting goals. The life coach's job is to provide needed support, help you understand the expectations of the program and to assist you throughout your educational journey.

Student Planning Guide

The student planning guide is a tool that allows students to map out plans for their educational future and subsequent career.

Open Labs

Open labs are times and locations at which students can come to work on lessons and do homework on the computer. We encourage students to log these hours so that we can document their achievements.
Open labs also allow students to come in during the period where our classes are closed and get started working on the online curriculum until the classes open back up.


     INFORMATION: NRCC Adult Education, (540)674-3682; toll free, (866)462-6722, extension 3682.

 

NRCC Middle College link
NRCC Virtual High School link
NRCC On Ramp program link
NRCC Great Expectations link
New River Community College | Adult Education Program | 229 Edwards Hall | Mailing address: 5251 College Drive, Dublin, VA 24084