GED Preparation: Students who wish to pass their GED exam are assessed and assigned instructors who work with them individually or in small groups while they take the five areas of the GED exam: literature, writing, math, social studies, and science.
Adult Basic Education (ABE): Classes for students who wish to improve their reading, writing, and math skills for employment or job advancement, or to begin their preparation for the HiSet or GED exams. ABE students are initially assessed in their academic skills through the TABE test. They are then placed with caring instructors, who assist them with increasing their academic skills.
English as a Second Language (ESL):Classes for ESL students who are mentored and instructed in reading, writing, and speaking English until they meet their personal goals or wish to gain further academic skills in ABE classes.
Transition into College: This is a one-semester, online or hybrid course, taught by an instructor. It prepares students who are planning to enroll in college courses for the first time.
Transition into College and the Workplace:A one-year (three semesters), online or hybrid course, preparing students to enroll in college courses or to enter the workplace for the first time.
Math for Health Career : A digital math series that cover all math skills required for those interested in entering medical training or employment for health careers. Anyone wishing to acquire or review basic math skills before or while training in different health fields will enjoy this self-paced series that covers fractions, decimals, percentages, measurements, and ratios and proportions.
Gear Up for Life: A 12-unit digital series designed to prepare students to start working on their HiSet or GED exams. It is self-paced with instructional support. Requirements are simple and supported by sound clips.
Handling Money: A digital series developed for adults with very low reading levels and limited experience dealing with money, banking transactions, and budgeting. It is self-paced with instructional support. Segments are supported by sound clips.
Cultural Influences: A digital series designed for adults with very low reading levels and limited experience/awareness of how culture influences our lives at home, in school, and at work. It is self-paced with instructional support. Segments are supported by sound clips
College Courses: Students may enroll in accredited college courses that lead to Associates and higher level degrees through Utah State University - Blanding Campus. This partnership between the Unlimited Learning Center and USU – Blanding allows students to access education through distance education, making college courses and degrees a reality in our rural area. Scholarships are available. ULC offers the latest in distance education technology to provide classes throughout the Four Corners region without leaving your local community.
Certificate Programs: Classes for preparing students for specific job training, such as carpentry, nursing assistant, phlebotomy, maintenance, plumbing, etc. Future medical certificated programs will be offered for physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants, medical lab assistants, and surgical assistants.
Resources for Adult Educators: Visit our partner site (no longer maintained) to access a variety of instructional resources developed for Colorado adult educators. Note, however, that although this site is a repository for a great deal of educational resources, it is no longer maintained.