Community Education

The Adult Learning Center offers courses to enrich and expand knowledge and opportunities for our students and the general community.

For the 2022-2023 school year, we offer classes for citizenship preparation and basic computer skills.

  • Registration: Citizenship/Civics Education (closed for this school year)

Who We Serve

We serve adults age 18 or older. All students are required to live or work in New Hampshire.

To be eligible for the classes, students must have an intermediate level of English.


*We do NOT provide any assistance with filling out the application or translation of the forms, etc.

What We Offer

US Citizenship Preparation class

The US Citizenship Preparation class prepares students for the US citizenship application, test and interview. The registration for the class is closed for this school year.

For more information, call the Enrollment Coordinator, Anya Vandiver, at 603-921-9590, or email 

The NorthStar Digital Literacy Class

The NorthStar program teaches students basic computer skills needed to use a computer and internet in daily life. The Nashua Adult Learning Center is an approved NorthStar location. We are currently offering Microsoft Word 2016 course.

  • Microsoft Excel 2016 course
    Registration: February 6th to February 24th, 2023
    Class Start Date: March 6th, 2023
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 course
    Registration: April 3rd to April 21st, 2023
    Class Start Date: May 1st, 2023

For more information, call the Technology Specialist, Cheick Dienta, at 603-305-5842, or email

All classes are free for current students. There may be a small fee for non-students.

Program Highlights

How to Register

Step 1:  Fill out the online registration form (The registration link is on the top of this page). If you cannot complete the online form, call or text the Adult Education Counselor (Samba) at 603-689-3539 for help.

Step 2: You will be contacted by a staff member to complete the registration process. If you are not a current student, this will include a speaking and reading test so we can make sure your level is appropriate for the class.

Step 3: You will receive your teacher’s contact information and access to the online class.


For more information, call the Enrollment Coordinator, Anya Vandiver, at 603-921-9590, or email 

You can also call the Director of Adult Education, Maria Dimitros, at: 603-882-9080 x2206 or