High School Completion
Adult Basic Skills Classes (formerly GED)
New Student Registration April 2021
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 Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 9 a.m.
Please check back frequently for more information.
High School Completion Test Preparation Classes and
Orientation sessions will be conducted as follows:
Camden Campus (virtual):
Students interested in Day classes – Thursday, April 29, 2021, at 10 AM
Students interested in Evening classes – Thursday, April 29, 2021, at 5 PM
Blackwood Campus (virtual):
Interested students in Evening classes – Thursday, April 29, 2021, 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 fifty (50) 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 May 2021 student instruction will be conducted with distance learning methods due to COVID 19. Students will require access to the necessary technology (devices such as computers, tablets, and/or smartphones and the internet) to participate in classes. Additionally, please know that Camden County College has Computer Labs available, as conditions permit, 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 modified lab schedules and time limits.
Please continue to monitor our webpage notices and contact us at (856) 968-1315 if additional information is required.