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Earn your GED, learn English, or improve your academic skills

Do you want to earn your GED®? Need to improve your English, math, or other academic skills to prepare for college? The Student Success Center provides many programs and services to help you build your confidence for learning. Our aim is to assist you to achieve your educational goals. If you want a GED®/HSE, or want to improve your language, writing, reading, math, or study skills to prepare you for your certificate or degree, we're here to serve you.

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Earn My GED or HSE

Do you want to earn your General Educational Development (GED®) or High School Equivalency (HSE)? The Student Success Center can help you meet your educational goals.

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Learn English

The CSI college-level academic English program offers two levels of courses for college-bound students who are non-native or multilingual speakers of English. These courses are designed to help students who already have communicative English skills gain the academic English language proficiency needed to be successful in college study.
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Improve my Reading, Math and Language Skills

The Adult Basic Education Program provides basic-skills instruction in reading, writing, and math.These services are available at no cost to out-of-school youth and adults 16 years old and older. Drop-in tutoring help desks, study tables, and a computer lab are all available.

Or were you looking for something else?

I'm ready to start my college degree

To find an option right for you, first browse a chart of the Degrees and Certificates for 130 Majors offered at CSI. Already have a major in mind? You can select from the hundreds of different classes CSI offers to meet your needs. The CSI's Advising Department is ready to help you pick the best classes for you.

Earn a College Degree

I want job training

Whether you’re just starting out, changing careers or looking to grow in your current job, our career technical degrees, certificates and occupational training can help you achieve your goals. If you want to earn college credit while you learn a trade, or you want a non-credit fast track to specific job skills, the following opportunities will move you along your career path

Train for a Trade or Career

Questions?

Busy Schedule?

You can take classes online, at night, at one of our outreach centers, or on the weekend through weekend-college.

Let us help you work around your family and work obligations with many different scheduling options.

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Lost on campus?

Can't find the room or building you need?

Finished High School?

You can choose from over 120 different majors, short-term certificates to two-year associate degrees, development and training for specific job skills and professional certifications, plus a bachelor’s degree in Advance Food Technology.

Explore Your Options