Courses designed to help you live a better life

Whether you want to get a better job or pursue a college education, Waubonsee’s Adult Education programs are designed to help you build skills that can get you there. Courses feature classroom instruction by our expert faculty and volunteer literacy tutors for whatever you’d like to accomplish:

  • Prepare for a high school equivalency exam (GED® or another accepted test)
  • Learn to speak, read and write the English language with our ESL program
  • Improve your basic skills to help you move to a new or better job or to higher education

 

Which Adult Education Program is Right for You?

Adult Basic/Secondary Education
Adult Ed Black Male Student

For adults, 16 years and older, who did not graduate from high school and who want to improve their basic skills or wish to earn their equivalency diploma, or General Educational Development (GED®) credential.

Adult Literacy Program
Students Round Table Study

A progressive community initiative where Waubonsee faculty and staff train volunteers to help students with English and reading skills.

English as a Second Language (ESL)
English as a Second Language

Learn to speak, read and write the English language 

Youth Services Program
Adult Students Group

Learn more about our Youth Services Program

Adult Education Computer Center

Provides specialized, computer-aided instruction to advance learning among adult education students.

For more information, contact:

Adult Education

Aurora Campus, Ste. 460
(630) 801-7900, ext. 4600