The Adult Education (AE) program offers all of the following FREE of charge: preparation for the GED® and/or HiSET®, college enrollment, instruction in EL/CIVICS, English literacy, basic reading, writing, and math skills, life skills, and basic employability skills. Instruction is available on an individual, self-paced basis via the computer lab/distance education or through the listed classes.
Locations in Roswell
(Unless Otherwise Noted)
|Chamber of Commerce||100 S Ave Suite 10||Portales, NM|
|Chaves County Detention Center (CCDC)||3701 S Atkinson||Roswell, NM|
|Chaves County Juvenile Center (JDC)||119 E Fourth Street||Roswell, NM|
|College Services Center (CSC)||52 University Blvd.||Roswell, NM|
|ENMU-Roswell Adult Education Department||52 University Blvd.||Roswell, NM|
|Grace Community Church||935 W Mescalero Rd||Roswell, NM|
|Hagerman Middle School||304 Cambridge Ave.||Hagerman, NM|
|Health and Science||52 University Blvd.||Roswell, NM|
|Instructional Center (IC)||52 University Blvd.||Roswell, NM|
|New Mexico Youth Challenge (NYMCA)||31 Earl Cummings Loop||Roswell, NM|
|Parkview Elementary School||1700 W Alameda||Roswell, NM|
|Physical Education Center||52 University Blvd.||Roswell, NM|
For adults who did not complete high school, the Tests of General Educational Development (GED® tests) or High School Equivalent Tests (HiSET® tests) provide an opportunity to earn a high school credential. The GED®/HiSET® programs, sponsored by the American Council on Education, enables individuals to demonstrate that they have acquired a level of learning comparable to that of high school graduates. Recognized nationwide by employers and institutions of higher learning, the GED®/HiSET® programs have increased employment, education, and earning opportunities for more than ten million adults since 1942.
Since 1986, ENMU-Roswell’s GED®/HiSET® Testing Center has issued more than 4,000 high school equivalency diplomas. Instruction for the GED®/HiSET® is available, free of charge, through the University’s Adult Education Program, which is funded by the Adult Education Act in a grant from the New Mexico Department of Education, Vocational-Technical and Adult Education.