GED® High School Equivalency Program

If you're looking to earn your GED, take a high school equivalency exam or review and take the US and Illinois Constitution exam, this program is for you.

Schedule

Morning and evening classes are available to fit your schedule. Most classes meet two days per week.

Location

Classes are held on the main campus in Normal and at the Heartland Pontiac and Lincoln centers.

Cost

There is no cost to you. Classes are paid by state and federal grants.

Transportation

  • If you take classes in Bloomington or Normal, you'll get a Heartland student ID once you start classes. With that ID, you can ride the Connect Transit buses for free.
  • If you are in Lincoln or Pontiac and have trouble with transportation, let your teacher know and they may have some ideas of how to help.

Childcare

You may call the Child Development Lab on Heartland's campus to learn more about your childcare options. Their number is (309) 268-8208.

Get started

Give us a call and we'll answer any questions you have.

Before you can start class, you'll need to take a reading or math test so we know which class is best for you. You don't need to study for this test! Once we know your level and give you an orientation to our program, you'll be ready to begin classes.

Contact Us

Bloomington/Normal

Heartland Community College
Student Commons Building, 1000
1500 W. Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
309-268-8180
adult.education@heartland.edu

Lincoln

Heartland Community College
620 Broadway
Lincoln, IL 62656
217-735-1731
valerie.conrady@heartland.edu

Pontiac

Heartland Community College
211 E. Madison
Pontiac, IL 61764
815-842-6777
linda.tesdal@heartland.edu

Para información en español: Abby Johnson, 309-268-8185.