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Jennifer Lawson

College And Career Bridge

Adult Basic Education/ESL: Instructor

Office: B-100 on the Whidbey Island campus

Phone: (360) 679.5339

Email: Jennifer.Lawson@skagit.edu


Basic Education for Adults - Whidbey Island Campus

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Basic Education for Adults (BEdA)

Whidbey Island Campus

Fall 2018

September 25th - December 14th

Registration is open now!

Tuition is only $25

(Tuition waivers are available for qualified students.)

 

English Language Acquisition (ELA)

(English as a Second Language)

*New and non-current students also register for:

# 7311   ELA  010  AW:   ELA  Orientation    1 cr

 (Students will be contacted to schedule session)

 

Morning*

9:30 am–12:00 pm                 Tues, Wed, Thurs 

# 7321   ELA  021  AW:   ELA General Inst. I      8 cr.

Evening*

6:30 pm–9:00 pm                   Tues, Wed, Thurs 

# 7322   ELA  021  BW:   ELA General Inst. I      8 cr.

 

College and Career Bridge Classes (CCB)

(Reading / Writing / Math / GED© / HS21+)

**New, non-current, and prospective HS21+ students also register for:

# 7115      CCB 010  AW:   CCB Orientation   1 cr.  

(Students will be contacted to schedule session)

 

Morning**

9:30 am–12:00 pm     Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 

#7126     CCB 052  AW:     CCB On-Ramp        10 Cr.

 

Evening**

6:30 pm–9:00 pm       Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 

#7322   CCB 031  BW: CCB Literacy and Math I   10 Cr.

 

Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus

 1900 SE Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Phone: (360) 679-5319

www.skagit.edu

 

 

Basic Education for Adults (BEdA)

General Information

BEdA classes include:

  • English Language Acquisition (ELA)        
  • College and Career Bridge (CCB)            
  • High School Completion (HSC)
  • All BEdA classes require a minimum of 45 hours of attendance per quarter, as well as entry and exit testing.
  • All new students interested in HS21+ High School Completion must enroll in the CCB 010 Orientation class for intake testing and transcript evaluation. Students will be contacted to arrange session.
  • All BEdA classes will help students improve English skills, prepare for the GED© tests*, earn HS21+ credits, or prepare for college classes.

* GED© Notes:

 

  • All BEdA classes are open to all students, regardless of age (over 16) or educational goal.**

 

**Exceptions:

For current information, please e-mail: BEdA@skagit.edu

or visit: http://faculty.skagit.edu/JenniferLawson/

 

 

 

BEdA Registration FAQ’s:

My goal

I want to improve my English language skills

I want to improve my academic skills for college

I want to earn a High School Diploma (HS21+)

I want to prepare for the GED tests by taking classes

I just want to take the GED tests–

I don’t need a class

 

I am a new student, or I have not taken classes in the last two quarters:

Yes:

Enroll in ELA 010 Orientation.

 

Someone will contact you to set up orientation session.

Yes:

Enroll in CCB 010 Orientation.

 

Someone will contact you to set up orientation session.

Yes:

Enroll in CCB 010

Orientation.

 

Someone will contact you to set up orientation session and transcript evaluation.

Yes:

Enroll in CCB 010

Orientation.

 

Someone will contact you to set up orientation session.

Do not register for classes.

 

AND

AND

AND

AND

 

New

AND

returning students:

Enroll in either morning or evening ELA class

(or both)

Enroll in either morning or evening CCB class

(or both)

Enroll in either morning or evening CCB class

(unless otherwise advised after meeting with HS21+ advisor.)

Enroll in either morning or evening CCB class

(or both)

Do not register for classes.

Do I need to meet with an advisor before registering?

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

How much does it cost?

$25 per quarter for as many BEdA classes as you want to take.

$30 per test for a total of $120.

How can I register?

Go to the registration office in Oak Hall on the Oak Harbor Campus or to the South Whidbey campus to get registration forms. You can pick them up and take them home to fill out, or you can complete them in the waiting area.

 

If you need additional help with registration, leave your contact information with Registration or Student Services and a BEdA staff will contact you to set up an appointment.

Set up an account at GED.com – then schedule and pay for your tests online through the website.

Is Financial Aid available?

New students may be eligible for a tuition waiver based on income. Waivers are available at registration.

 

Returning students must have successfully completed their last class and be eligible based on income to receive a tuition waiver. Tuition waivers for returning students may be forwarded to BEdA staff for approval.

 

Financial aid may also be available through other state and federal programs such as DSHS, DVR, Opportunity Grant, WorkSource, DOC, and others.

Financial aid may be available through other state and federal programs such as DSHS, DVR, Opportunity Grant, WorkSource, DOC, and others.

What if I need more information or have questions?

 

Whidbey Island Campus BEdA staff:   beda@skagit.edu

Message phone: 360-679-5214

 

Whidbey Island Campus HS21+ coordinator:  Jennifer.lawson@skagit.edu

Message phone:  360-679-5339

Webpage: http://faculty.skagit.edu/JenniferLawson/

 

Whidbey Island Campus GED testing proctor:

Paulette.ferris@skagit.edu

Message phone:

360-679-5384

 

 

Summer Class Schedule