Welcome to Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Students can attend the ABE lab
- To earn a GED/HSED
- To earn a high school diploma
This program offers basic and refresher skills to adults—at no cost—in the following areas:
- Adult High School Diploma
- Employability Skills
- Reading Comprehension
- Social Studies
What is ABE?
Adult Basic Education (ABE) program at Fox Valley Technical College
prepares students to achieve their high school credential. ABE classes
are available at the Wautoma Regional Center.
would like to attend ABE classes at Wautoma Campus, you may call to
schedule your ABE First Steps to Success Orientation.
ABE First Steps to Success Orientation is for students who are new to
ABE. If you have attended ABE (GOAL) classes within the past two years,
please call the location you wish to attend.
How long will it take to complete a course?
amount of time depends upon each enrollee. All courses begin at each
person's appropriate level, based on assessment, and go from one level
to the next at each individual's own pace. There is an attendance
policy, which is explained at registration.
When are ABE classes held?
Classes are offered spring and fall. Please call for information on the hours available.
How can you enroll?
To enroll in ABE, come in or call the Fox Valley Technical
College--Wautoma Center at (920) 787-3319 Monday, Tuesday or Thursday. The staff will take your name, address, and phone number and set
up your First Step Session.
Make an appointment to attend a first steps orientation in person or by phone. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Waiting lists will be started once classes are filled.
information, call (920) 787-3319 Ext. 6313 or Ext. 6328
Materials and Supplies:
Bring a spiral notebook and a pencil or pen. Textbooks are provided for classroom use.