GED Program

Earning an Arkansas High School diploma by successfully passing the GED Test can be the first step in reaching both career and educational goals. Watch a video about one of UACCB's GED graduates at under Success Stories!

GED Transcript Request for GED Graduates

GED transcripts are issued by the GED Testing Office in Little Rock.  Initial transcripts are provided free of charge, but a written request is required.  Click on this link for transcript request information.

Eligibility for Enrollment

  • Age
  • 16 or 17 year old students must have the necessary documentation from their local high school to enroll.  Contact the Director of Adult Education for more information.
  • 18 years and older may enroll if not currently enrolled in high school.
  • Have not graduated from an accredited high school nor received an accredited high school equivalency certificate/diploma.
  • Resident of Arkansas.

Enrollment Process

Upon enrollment in the Adult Education Program, students are given the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) to determine their skill levels in reading and math.  This is not a pass/fail test.  Results are simply used for placement and instructional purposes.

Please call 870-612-2164 for enrollment at the UACCB campus or 870-257-3739 for enrollment at the Highland Adult Education Center.

Class Schedule, Spring 2020

All classes are offered free to the public.  The Adult Education Program will work with students to create a class schedule that fits their work and family schedules because consistent class attendance is crucial for reaching educational goals.  

UACCB Campus (January 13-May 7, 2020)

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Highland Adult Education Center (33 Choctaw Center)

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Testing Process and Fees

All individuals in Arkansas are required to pass the GED Ready Test (official practice test) to be eligible to take the official GED Test.  Students in the Adult Education Program that have demonstrated specific skill levels on the TABE Test may take the GED Ready Test at no cost.  Individuals that are not enrolled in Adult Education must pay $6 per subject ($24 total) and take the GED Ready Test at an approved adult education or testing center.

Once GED Ready Test scores are verified, the individual may register for the official GED test at a cost of $4 per subject ($16 total).  Adult Education Staff will provide assistance with the registration and testing process.   

For more information about GED Classes and Testing, contact the Adult Education Department at (870) 612-2164 (Batesville); (870) 257-3739 (Highland); toll free (800)508-7878 or email Andrea Lee at



Adult Education Personnel

A photo of Andrea Lee
Director of Adult Education