Helping you find a path to career success!


smiling graduate in cap and gownBuild a foundation for your success with the Adult Transitions Pathways program at Washtenaw Community College.

How to earn your GED

GED classes help you develop the key skills you’ll need for college and career readiness.

Step one: Orientation

Register for one of the orientation sessions by calling 734‑677‑5006. You will need to bring the following with you to orientation:

  • A valid government-issued ID (State ID or Drivers’ License)
  • $30.00 check or money order
    (WCC Foundation Scholarships are available for qualifying students)
  • Your Social Security number

Step two: Preparing for the test

We begin by helping you prepare to take the GED exam. Day and evening classes start in January at WCC main campus and Harriet Street locations. Classes include:

  • Teacher-led instruction
  • Integrated computer instruction
  • Individual tutoring
  • Personal and academic counseling
  • Student mentors
  • Opportunities to earn GED testing vouchers
  • Fast track to college enrollment and completion of the financial aid process
  • Job readiness skills

Next steps

By earning your GED, you increase your options for the future. Whether that’s a job, earning a career-related certificate or getting a degree, our staff can help you with:

  • College and career planning
  • Counseling services
  • Academic skills services
  • College transition support

"The Adult Transitions GED Program was the best $30 investment that I could ever make in myself; through the program I was able to gain self-confidence and a passion for learning. I am the person I am today because of the AT program!"

Beth Feldkamp