GED/TASC degree program

The GED is now called the TASC diploma through New York State.  Monroe Community College doesn't have a GED/TASC degree program.  However, a prospective student can still be accepted (in most cases) and can earn their GED/TASC diploma through 24 college credits (you just wouldn't be eligible for Federal financial aid while you are taking those courses and you wouldn't be eligible for State aid unless you pass our Abiilty-to-Benefit (ATB) version of our placement exam and are financially eligible).  Here's a link on earning your GED/TASC through 24 college credits:  http://www.acces.nysed.gov/aepp/college-credit-and-out-state-testing

If you are interested in GED/TASC programs in the area that are set up to help you in attaining your GED/TASC diploma, here is a link of community resources (please note that this may not be a complete list of what is available and is just available as a resource for you):  

Community Resources for GED/TASC programs

 

Agency
Contact Information

Action for a Better Community
Family Self-Sufficiency Program

(585) 325-5116 x3400
http://www.abcinfo.org

Greece Central School District
Community Education

(585) 865-1010
http://www.greececsd.org/

Monroe #1 BOCES

(585) 383-2210
www.monroe.edu

Monroe #2 BOCES

(585) 349-9100
www.monroe2cwd.edu  

New York State Education Department (NYSED)
(Not a test site; rather a resource for TASC info.)

(518) 474-5906
http://www.nysed.gov/

Paul Wolk Learning Center
(Must be an East House Client)

(585) 238-4873
www.easthouse.org

Rochester City School District
Office of Adult and Career Education (OACES)

(585) 262-8000
http://oaces.net  

SUNY Rochester Educational Opportunity Center (REOC)

(585) 232-2730
www.rochesterreoc.com

Threshold –The Community Place

(585) 454-7530
www.communityplace.org/programs/the-learning-center

Urban League of Rochester

(585) 325-6530
www.ulr.org