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High School Completion

Adult Basic Skills Classes (formerly GED)

New Student Registration January 2022
Due to conditions related to COVID-19 the Camden County College Adult Basic Skills Program will conduct Registration and Orientation activities remotely.

All Cohort Registration

Registration will reopen on Tuesday, January 4, 2021 at 9:00AM

High School Completion Test Preparation Classes and
ESL Instruction

Orientation sessions will be conducted as follows:

Camden Campus (virtual):
Students interested in Day classes – Thursday, January 6, 2022, at 10 AM
Students interested in Evening classes – Thursday, January 6, 2022, at 5 PM

Blackwood Campus (virtual):
Students interested in Evening classes – Thursday, January 6, 2022, at 5 PM

ALL students will be required to complete the Adult Basic Skills Application and Intake Process. Additionally, all students must provide copies of the following required documents: valid State ID, Social Security Card, and Birth Certificate.

  • A maximum of forty (40) spaces will be available for each session.
  • Students 16 and 17 years of age must provide a parent/guardian signed consent to enroll.
  • Instructions including the process to upload required documents will be provided with the session access notification.

PLEASE NOTE: When classes begin in January 2022 student instruction will be conducted face to face.

Please continue to monitor our webpage notices and contact us at (856) 968-1315 if additional information is required. Additionally, please know that Camden County College has Computer Labs available in both the Blackwood Campus (TAFT Hall Room 114) and Camden Campus (CTC e-Village). Also, take into consideration that the availability might be subject to time limits.