Orientation

Important News and Events: Winter Term  Classes started January 5th. The next opportunity to enter the ABSE/GED program at Main Campus or the Downtown Campus is mid-term of Winter 2015!

Winter midTerm 2015 Orientations have been scheduled for:
Feb. 2nd and 3rd, at 1:00pm at the Main Campus and Feb. 4th and 5th, @ 9:00am or 5:30pm at the Downtown Campus (All NEW STUDENTS must attend both days!)

Spring Term 2015 Orientation dates are Mar. 12th and 13th at 9:00am or 5:30pm at the Downtown Campus and Mar. 18th and 19th at 9:00am at the Main Campus and 
*Main Campus and Downtown Campus ABSE/GED students
are charged a $27 transportation fee per term, and are entitled to receive a free LTD Bus Pass. Check other locations for new student orientation schedules.

Who:  All new students must attend an orientation over two days ~ see dates below. During orientation you will meet with the instructor and/or other instructional staff to get a sense of what to expect from ABSE classes. Returning students should check in with the front office if they have been in the program within the current program year.

What: You will be given tests in the subjects that you will be studying – reading, writing, and math - to help with class placement. The multiple-choice reading and math tests are completed on a computer during day two of orientation. You may also be given a non-multiple choice math test so that instructors can evaluate your math skills. For writing, you will be asked to write an essay on a topic provided to you. You will also complete the registration process at orientation.

When: Orientation and assessment testing takes approximately 5 hours split over 2 days; approximately 2 hours on the first day, and about 3 hours on the second day. Orientations are scheduled at least twice each term, depending on your location. See the dates below.

Winter Term ABSE classes begin Monday, January 5th, 2015. Students can also be admitted midterm to join in existing classes. See class schedule for times.

Why: This orientation places you in courses designed to prepare you to either take the GED test, the college placement tests, or to achieve other goals involving achievements in reading, writing, and math.

Where: See chart below. Find your location in the first column, then follow that line across to find out when and where the orientations are held.

Frequently Asked Questions


LocationGoal/ProgramOrientation Dates for Fall 2014 TermRoom/Phone

Main Campus
4000 E. 30th Ave, Eugene, OR






 

GED and College Preparation

RETURNING STUDENTS for Winter term who did not attend Summer or Fall term 2014, must come to Session II, to complete a new registration form and take all needed tests.

All Teen Students (16 & 17 year old students) should attend a teen information meeting in Bldg 11. For upcoming dates and more information, please open Teen Information flier.

Winger Term Orientations

New Student Session I:Was in December 2014

New Student Session II
:
2/2/2015 at 1:00pm and 2/3/2015 at various testing sessions throughout the day.

Bldg 11, Rm 208
(541) 463-5214




Bldg 11, Rm TBD
(541) 463-5214 

 

Winter Term begins Jan. 5, 2015 and ends Mar. 21, 2015

Spanish GED
Springfield High School
875 7th St

Spanish GED
Call Rafael Arias at (541) 463-6187

Springfield High School, Rm 330  Monday/Wednesday 6:15-8:45

Downtown Campus, Room 316 Tuesday/Thursday 6:15-8:45

Go to any class or call the instructor.

Downtown Campus Academic
101 West 10th Ave., Eugene, OR



GED Preparation
College Preparation

RETURNING STUDENTS for Winter term who did not attend Summer or Fall term 2014, must come to Session II, to complete a new registration form and take all needed tests.

All Teen Students (16 & 17 year old students) should attend a teen information meeting at Main Campus with the ABSE Teen Advisor. For upcoming dates and more information, please open Teen Information flier.

Fall Term Orientations

New Student Session I:
was in December

New Student Session II:
2/4/2015 at 9:00am or 5:30pm and 2/5/2015 at various testing sessions throughout the day.

Room 203, at the Downtown Campus Academic Building, on the 2nd floor.
(541) 463-6180

Winter Term begins Jan. 5, 2015 and ends Mar. 21, 2015

Supported Adult Basic Education
Downtown Campus- Academic
The next opportunity to begin this program will be Fall 2014

Winter 2015 New and Returning Students: Must attend an orientation session in January. Call 541-463-6186 for more information. 

101 West 10th Ave, 2nd Floor
(541) 463-6186

Room 203

Springfield
1542 "I" Street, Springfield, OR

All Classes

New/Returning Students:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
9 am to 12:00 noon

Springfield Lutheran Church
(541) 747-3909

Junction City
505 Maple St,  Junction City, OR

All Classes

New/Returning Students:
Mondays, 3:30pm to 6:15pm

Junction City Community Learning Center
(541) 998-2343

Cottage Grove
1275 S. River Rd., Cottage Grove, OR

All Classes

New Students:
Mondays & Tuesdays. 9:00am to 12pm for day classes and;
Monday @ 5:30pm for night classes

LCC Cottage Grove, Rm 136
(541) 463-4214

Florence
3149 Oak St, Florence, OR

All Classes

New/Returning Students:
Call for available testing times

LCC @ Florence, Rm 123
(541) 463-4835