Adult Education

 
These services are federally and state funded through the State of Wyoming, administered by the Wyoming Community College Commission.

ACES

The Adult Career and Education System (ACES) is here to help you develop the skills necessary for continued education or meaningful employment through combined training in academics, communication skills, and college and career transitions. ACES is open fall, spring and summer semesters, and we offer daytime and evening classes.

Students must be at least 16 years of age. Classes are non-credit.

Free Courses We Offer

  • Adult Education (AE)
    For individuals wanting to upgrade their reading, writing and math skills. Instruction is provided in a classroom or small-group setting. Students begin their program by completing a pre-assessment. This assessment will allow us to design an educational plan that best fits each student's needs. There are a variety of materials that can be assigned to help students achieve their goals. These include: instructor-led classes, small-group study sessions, subject assignments out of course books, online programs that can be completed from the student's home, Career Pathways and PowerPath screening.
  • High School Equivalency Certificate (HSEC) Preparation 
    For students pursuing HSEC instruction, includes official practice testing, and college and career readiness transitions. Testing options at LCCC include HiSET™ and the GED® Test.
  • Adult Secondary Education (ASE)
    For students who have their high school diploma or equivalency and want to improve thei academic skills to upgrade their employment opportunities or pursue further education. Classes offered include reading, writing, math and college and career transitions. 
  • English Language Acquisition (ELA)
    For non-native English speakers wanting help understanding, speaking, reading and writing the English language for the workplace or life skills. Become more integrated into society by learning about American culture, customs and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. 

Steps to Success

  • Attend a new student intake session. Call 307.637.2450 to schedule
  • Take a placement test to determine entry level.
  • Meet with an instructor and Case Manager to develop an educational plan and set your goals.
  • Attend class.

Classroom Hours

  • Mondays through Thursdays: 9 a.m.–8 p.m.
  • Closed Saturdays and Sundays. 
AE, HSEC Preparation and ELA services are also provided at the Eastern Laramie County Outreach Center in Pine Bluffs. Other outreach locations include our LYFE/WIOA Youth program and the Laramie County Detention Center. Please contact us for additional information.

Teaching and Learning Center (Albany County Campus)

Join us for individualized or small group instruction in the following courses. For more information about our free classes and a class schedule, please contact us.

Courses We Offer

  • Adult Education (AE)
    For individuals wanting to upgrade their reading, writing and math skills. We also offer guidance for Career Pathways.
  • High School Equivalency Certificate (HSEC) Preparation 
    For students pursuing HSEC instruction, includes official practice testing, and college and career readiness transitions. Testing options at LCCC include HiSET™ and the GED® Test.
  • Adult Secondary Education (ASE)
    For students who have their high school diploma or equivalency and want to improve thei academic skills to upgrade their employment opportunities or pursue further education. Classes offered include reading, writing, math and college and career transitions.  
  • English Language Acquisition (ELA)
    For non-native English speakers wanting help understanding, speaking, reading and writing the English language for the workplace or life skills. Become more integrated into society by learning about American culture, customs and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
  • Literacy
    For adult students functioning below the fourth-grade level in reading and math. 

Albany County Campus Lab Hours

  • Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Closed Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

These services are federally and state funded through the State of Wyoming, administered by the Wyoming Community College Commission.