Adult Education

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Adult Education

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 Commerce100 S Ave Suite 10Portales, NM
Chaves County Detention Center (CCDC)3701 S AtkinsonRoswell, NM
Chaves County Juvenile Center (JDC)119 E Fourth StreetRoswell, NM
College Services Center (CSC)52 University Blvd.Roswell, NM
ENMU-Roswell Adult Education Department52 University Blvd.Roswell, NM
Grace Community Church935 W Mescalero RdRoswell, NM
Hagerman Middle School304 Cambridge Ave.Hagerman, NM
Health and Science52 University Blvd.Roswell, NM
Instructional Center (IC)52 University Blvd.Roswell, NM
New Mexico Youth Challenge (NYMCA)31 Earl Cummings LoopRoswell, NM
Parkview Elementary School1700 W AlamedaRoswell, NM
Physical Education Center52 University Blvd.Roswell, NM

About GED®/HiSET®

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.