Madison Site Class Schedule

Fall 2014 (college credit)

Fall Registration still open!  Fall classes begin August 18, 2014. The Madison Site is offering many excellent general education classes (day and evening) to meet your needs, including our first two ITV course offerings: ACA 115, BIO 168, CIS 110, CJC 213, CJC 215, COM 231, DMA 010 - 040, ENG 111, ENG 112 (via ITV), ENG 114, HIS 131, MAT 110, MAT 143, MAT 152 (via ITV), PSY 150, PSY 241, WLD 110, WLD 115, and WLD 212.  Courses offered via ITV are less likely to be cancelled!

  • We administer the college placement test (CPT), the new student orientation, and the TABE reading comprehension test.

Please call 649-2947 or 398-7700 to schedule an appointment or to ask questions about the testing process.


Fall 2014 Continuing Education Schedule (non-college credit)   

Madison Site class offerings are listed on pages 72-75. Computer Basics and Technology Awareness, Computer Empowerment for the Workplace, and Pathways to Employment will be offered as free classes.  Other Continuing Education classes planned for fall include Intro to Macintosh, Social Media, QuickBooks 2013, Effective Teacher Training, EMT Basic, Webpage Design/WordPress, Notary Public Education, Nurse Aide Level I, OSHA Forklift Operator, Excel 2013, and Basic Blacksmithing.


Adult Basic Skills and GED Preparation

Our program offers free instructional services to students seeking to improve their foundational skills in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, and science.  Many of the students in the program are preparing to take the GED® tests for a high school equivalence credential; the GED Test fee in North Carolina is $20 per test.  Others do not need the high school credential, but are improving their skills to be more competitive in the workforce or qualify for credit-bearing college classes. 

Students must attend a GED orientation session prior to attending GED classes.  Please call 649-2947 or 398-7700 to register for GED Orientation at the A-B Tech Madison Site.  Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.  Class sessions run year-round and last for about eight weeks each. Regular attendance is required.


Need Money for College?

For more information and to apply, go to:  

  • Golden Leaf Scholarship Award
    Up to $750 per semester, including summer term, is available for curriculum students and up to $250 per semester for students enrolling in occupational programs. Awards can be applied toward tuition, fees, books, supplies at the community college where enrolled, transportation, child care expenses related to attending classes, and mid-skills credential testing upon course completion.

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