Overview of the Program
The College Transitions Program provides free advising and career counseling for Adult Learning Center and Nashua Community College students. The Adult Education Counselor will work one on one or in small groups with students needing help transitioning to college.
Developmental math and reading/writing courses are offered by Adult Learning Center teachers on the Nashua Community College campus. These classes help students improve their Accuplacer scores in order to qualify for college level classes.
Who We Serve
Anyone who has achieved his or her HiSET, GED, or high school diploma.
What We Offer
Developmental math (MATH090) prepares students for college level math with the co-requisite workshop. All students will re-take the Accuplacer test at the end of the semester.
Developmental reading/writing (ENGL090) prepares students for college level English with the co-requisite workshop. All students will re-take the Accuplacer test at the end of the semester.
Classes are offered during the fall, spring and summer semesters (with minimum enrollment). We offer class in the morning, evening or online (work at your own pace with the help of a teacher).
- Career counseling, pre-college academic skills training in pre-algebra, reading, and writing
- Basic computer skills
- College Survival Skills: college degree system, goal setting, time management, stress management
- Listening, note-taking, and research skills
- Consultation with college advisors and financial aid officers
- Administration of the Accuplacer and Companion assessments to students applying to the NCC
How to Register
Step 1: Click here (embedded link = https://form.jotform.com/211864368708162) to register for class. Fall classes start on September 13. Registration is ongoing throughout the school year. Students can start class once they complete the registration process.
Step 2: You will be contacted by the Adult Education Counselor for an intake appointment. Depending on the time of year, this may take up to 2 weeks.
Step 3: You will take a math placement test. The test is called TABE – Test of Adult Basic Education. This is required by our grant funding and helps us to understand the areas you need to work on.
Step 4: You will receive your class information and start date after you complete the test.
Step 5: For students who are attending in person, you can begin class at NCC after completing this process. For online students, the teacher will contact you with more information.
All College Transitions Program classes are free.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call or text the Adult Education Counselor, Bill Bissonnette, at 603-288-7526 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or you can contact the Director of Adult Education, Lauren Osowski, at 603-882-9080 x2206 or email email@example.com.