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Math for College
You must call to register: 207-730-5040
Our college transition program offers Math classes to prepare students to take the ACCUPLACER which determines readiness for College Level Algebra. The class is designed to help you with the skills you need to (a) earn an acceptable score on the number skills and elementary algebra Accuplacer and (b) help you succeed in your College Algebra class.
Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 pm
Dates: February 25-April 14
for Academic Students
Please note that all students who are taking academic classes must register with Adult Education and schedule an Intake Session. Our funding is dependent upon having the correct information in our files and the purpose of intake is to gather as much pertinent information as we can about your educational goals so that we can assist you in reaching those goals. Whether you are working towards HiSET/adult HS diploma, College or a Career certification or are an English language learner we are here to help you. Please call anytime for assistance.
Career Counseling and Testing
We have contracted with a college and career counselor to offer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator online. After you have completed your MBTI profile and Strong Interest Inventory you may schedule a session with the counselor to review your results and to discuss options for post-secondary education and your career goals.
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College Planning for Adults
with David Morrill
College Transition Coordinator David Morrill is happy to assist you with a plan to attend college. To schedule a time to meet, David Morrill may be reached directly at email@example.com or 207-553-3811. If you need any other assistance contact Adult Education Director Joan Tremberth 730-5045 or firstname.lastname@example.org or TEXT 731-8294.
How we can help:
If you are an adult with a high school credential we will help develop a plan to prepare you for the Comunity College or University system, including:
• Classes in computer, skills, reading & writing and Mathematics to improve essential academic skills
• Skills assessment and testing
• Academic, Career and Financial Aid Advising
College Success Seminar
Explore the college learning process, discover your individual learning style, practice test-taking skills, time management and study skills! This college level course is equivalent to ACSS 104 at SMCC. Attendance and completion of the class with a grade of 80% or higher earns you 3 CREDITS as a matriculated student.
This class is available at several Hub Area programs, i.e. PAE, Bonny Eagle, Gorham, Windham; and you will be able to talk with an adult education professional at the SMCC Campus starting Spring Semester 2020
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