Earn Your GED

Almost every job that pays well requires some college education. But how do you get that education when so many things stand in your way?

We can help. Call the Adult Transitions Pathways Office, and we’ll have a conversation about your career and education goals to help you plan your next step.

Andrew Randall

Reginald Adolph

Kalisha Cofer

Mario Obanner

Amber Reid


Prepare for the GED test

Our classes will help you with:

  • Academic skills improvement
  • College and job skills development
  • Individual tutoring
  • Test taking strategies
  • Career planning

Daytime and evening classes are available at multiple locations. Your $30.00 registration fee covers:

  • Teacher-led instruction
  • GED practice testing
  • GED testing fees
  • Microsoft Office certification preparation

You also have the opportunity for dual enrollment in high-demand career and technical education programs such as:

  • Health care services
  • Introduction to manufacturing process

Order your transcript

If you have earned your GED credential in Michigan and want to order copies of transcripts or official Michigan GED certificates:

WCC does not provide GED transcripts.

Orientation

Want to learn more about what kind of help you can get? We invite you to attend an orientation. Call 734-677-5006 or email us for upcoming orientation dates and times.

Future for Frontliners

If you're a frontline worker and are interested in completing high school, you may be able to get free tuition with Michigan's Futures for Frontliners scholarship program which is open to students who are interested in completing a high school diploma or GED and continuing to college.