Finger Lakes Community College has begun offering free GED classes at the Seneca County Office Building at 1 DiPronio Drive in Waterloo.
FLCC’s program allows students to work at their own pace with an instructor to prepare for the four exams necessary to earn a high school equivalency diploma. Students take in-person assessments in math and reading to gauge their skill levels.
Students meet with their instructor in the Seneca County Division of Human Services office on the second floor.
Other community services will support the GED program: Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County is available to provide additional assistance, and the Seneca County Office Building is on the RTS bus route.
Details about FLCC’s GED and English as a Second Language programs are available at flcc.edu/abe, (585) 785-1431, or email@example.com. Those with questions can also call Seneca County at (315) 539-1904.
Classes are also offered in Ontario, Wayne, and Yates counties at FLCC locations, libraries and the Yates County Workforce Development office.