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Adult Education

Augusta Technical College currently offers Adult Education class sites in Burke, Columbia, Lincoln, McDuffie, and Richmond Counties.

For information contact:

Angela Moseley
Executive Director, Adult Education

300 Building, Room 305
3200 Augusta Tech Drive
Augusta, Georgia 30906
(706) 771-4134

Class Registration

Classes are offered in General Educational Development (GED) preparation, the English Literacy Program (ELP), family literacy, and workplace literacy. These classes are offered during the day, afternoon, and evening at numerous locations throughout the Augusta Technical College five-county service area in Burke, Columbia, Lincoln, McDuffie, and Richmond counties.

Registration is required for all Adult Education classes. Interested parties may register in the Adult Education Admissions Office located in Building 300 Room 305, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm and Fridays from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm. There are no charges for these classes.

Individuals 16 or 17 years old will need:

  1. Picture Identification.
  2. Withdrawal form from the last school attended on school letterhead.
  3. Parent’s permission form (available in office).
  4. Parent’s identification.

Individuals 18 and over will need:

  1. Picture Identification.
Requirements for Testing

Registration is required for all GED tests.

  1. The GED test is $160 total for the full battery and $40 for the individual parts.

  2. Registration is online at (follow prompts to complete the registration process).

  3. Once a student has registered for the test, the testing fee is payable by credit card, debit card, or prepaid Visa.

Upon successful completion of the GED Test, the GED graduate will receive a GED diploma and a HOPE voucher for $500. This voucher may be used to pursue further education at any Georgia accredited technical college or university.

For information on GED testing, call (706) 771-4153.

Minimal passing scores are based on a total of 600 points. No individual test score may fall below 150. Individuals who do not earn at least 150 points on any test must retake that test.