College & Career Readiness

Nash Community College's College & Career Readiness Program includes the instructional areas of Adult Basic Education, Adult High School Diploma, Compensatory Education, English as a Second Language and High School Equivalency. All College & Career Readiness courses are offered without cost to participants. High School Equivalency testing candidates, however, are required to pay a $20.00 testing fee per subject area. College & Career Readiness classes may be organized at any time, and in any location, where 12 or more persons are interested if the budget allows.

For additional information regarding the College & Career Readiness Program, contact (252)451-8305 or (252)451-8246.

Adult Basic Education provides an educational program for adults who are interested in developing their basic skills in reading, writing, math, and general living. The program focuses on adults who have limited reading skills and provides a classroom approach utilizing traditional and non-traditional methods to deliver instruction.

The High School Equivalency program is designed to offer adults an opportunity to earn the high school equivalency diploma (High School Equivalency). Coursework prepares students to take the four official tests: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematical Reasoning.

The Adult High School Diploma Program is available to adults who wish to complete their high school education. This program is offered cooperatively by Nash Community College and the Nash-Rocky Mount School System. Each student progresses at his/her own rate in the competency-based program. Students must complete 22 units of credit for the Adult High School Diploma Program. Credits must be earned in the traditional high school subjects.

The English as a Second Language Program serves foreign-born adults with limited English proficiency. The program focuses on the development of basic communication and survival skills. Competencies are taught in the areas of listening, speaking, writing and day-to-day living skills. For more information, please contact Aida Solorzano.

Compensatory Education classes are offered free of cost for adults who have documented developmental disabilities. The program provides an opportunity for students to enhance both academic and human relations skills. The goal of our program is to integrate students more independently and successfully into their respective communities.

The Learning Center contains a large assortment of self-instructional materials for those who wish to study independently, regardless of their educational level. Center instructors are available to assist students in selecting appropriate learning resources. Areas of study include: preparation for the high school equivalency tests, high school diploma completion, review for college placement tests, enhancement of basic skills, and personal interest topics.

NCC Adult Education Off-Campus Classes

The Dream Center                       
2033 Brandon Lane                       
Rocky Mount, NC                       
252-212-3355                       
Monday 8:00am -12:00pm & Wednesday 8:30am – 10:30am ESL EL/Civics         
Tuesday & Thursday 8:30-10:30 ESL

Word Tabernacle Church
820 Nashville Road
Rocky Mount, NC 
252-442-2925
Monday & Wednesday 9:00am-2:00 pm ABE/High School Equivalency

DEL Center                           
205 South White Street                       
Whitakers, NC                           
252-437-3000                         
Tuesday & Thursday 5:30pm - 8:30pm ABE/High School Equivalency       
 
Spaulding Family Resource Center
600 South Pine Street
Spring Hope, NC
252-478-7656
Tuesday & Thursday 5:00pm -8:00pm ABE/High School Equivalency

Church on the Rise
508. S. Davis Street
Rocky Mount, NC
252-212-5044
Monday 5:30-8:30 ABE/High School Equivalency

For additional information regarding the College & Career Readiness Program, call (252)451-8305 or (252)451-8246.