Student Support Services
GED Program

Getting a GED (General Educational Development) Diploma involves taking five tests that measure the lasting outcome of a high school education.  The tests are in the following areas:

  • Language Arts: Writing
  • Language Arts: Reading
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Mathematics

Students must be 17 years old to take the GED test, but 16-year-olds may attend the preparation classes.

In this area, GED testing is held once a month, usually on the third Thursday, at CNCC’s Craig campus. Free GED pre-testing is offered in Craig once a week while GED preparation classes are offered at the Craig campus. Please contact the Adult Learning Assistance Program at 970-824-1128 for more information about the GED program in Craig.

Please contact The Learning Center Coordinator,  ramona [dot] smalec [at] cncc [dot] edu (Ramona Smalec) Employee Directory, concerning GED instruction on the CNCC Rangely Campus.