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GED® Program

Heartland offers tuition-free classes for adults aged 17 and older who want to prepare for the GED®exam, or who need help with basic reading, writing, and math. GED classes include U.S. and Illinois Constitution review for students who need to complete the Constitution exam before taking the GED exam.

GED® Preparation Classes

Heartland works with students to create individual study plans so students can focus their efforts on the skills they need to improve in order to pass the GED exam, or to be successful in the workplace or other academic courses.

Classes are available in Bloomington-Normal at Heartland's main campus and other sites in the community.  Classes are also available in Lincoln and Pontiac. New students may register throughout the year.

Adult Education students at the Normal campus are eligible for childcare services at the College’s Child Development Lab, and may receive free one-on-one tutoring through the Academic Support Center or through Project READ in Lincoln. Scholarships are also available to GED completers who would like to take other classes at Heartland.

More Information

For more information about GED classes, call or visit:

Kym Ammons-Scott, ABE/GED Coordinator
Heartland Community College
Student Commons Building, 1000
1500 W. Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: (309) 268-8089
Email: Kym Ammons-Scott

Val Conrady, Coordinator of Adult Education, Lincoln
Heartland Community College
620 Broadway
Lincoln, IL 62656
Phone: (217) 735-1731
Email: Val Conrady

Heartland Community College
211 E. Madison
Pontiac, IL 61764
Phone: (815) 842-6777
Email: Kym Ammons-Scott