College and Career Readiness Programs
Programs to help adults learn, whether their goal is to learn to read and do math, or to complete high school.
College and Career Readiness Programs offer assessment of each student’s skills in reading, language, and math prior to placement in an appropriate course of study. Each student is counseled concerning the various classes and labs that are available and takes an active part in deciding on an instructional plan that will help him/her attain individual educational goals. A variety of programs is available to help adults learn, whether their goal is to learn to read and improve math skills or to complete high school by taking the Adult High School Diploma program or the GED Tests.
Randolph Community College is approved by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and by the American Council on Education as a testing center for the administration of the General Educational Development Test Battery. The GED testing center also accommodates candidates with special learning disabilities. The College maintains a flexible testing schedule so that persons who are employed on any shift may take this examination without having to lose time from work.
Other programs include classes for those who need to learn to speak, read, and write English; and classes to help adults with intellectual disabilities to become more independent and have jobs. A variety of instructional approaches is used by the instructors to meet the wide range of educational needs of adults.
Colege and Career Readiness programs are located in the Administration/Education Center on RCC’s Asheboro Campus.
Classes are also offered at the Archdale Center and at other sites throughout Randolph County.
For general information on the College and Career Readiness programs, contact
- 336-633-0107 at RCC’s Asheboro Campus
- 336-862-7980 at RCC’s Archdale Center.
For more information about noncredit courses
- E-mail RCC’s Continuing Education Information Center
- For the Asheboro Campus, call 336-633-0268
- For the Archdale Center, call 336-862-7980.