The Adult Literacy and Language program empowers people who are choosing educational opportunities that will enable them to reach their life, work, civic, family, educational, and personal goals.
Literacy instruction, English language learning (ELL), and HSE preparation are available to adults who qualify, through a federally-funded grand dispersed by the Nevada Department of Education. Services are offered year-round and include classes, online instruction, tutoring, transition courses, skills for the workplace instruction, and a computer-based instruction lab. Students will typically move from one level of instruction to another and will be assisted with the transition into credit-earning college courses.
Instruction may be provided to students who lack skills sufficient for successful college work. Prospective students will be administered a broad-based skills assessment to determine educational needs. Learning plans specific to student needs will developed based on the assessment.