Idaho State University
921 S 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83209
Additional information about senior education here
Type: 4-year College or University
The Adult Education program at the Adult success Center offers free, comprehensive assessment and instruction in basic skills, including reading, writing, math, and English as a Second Language (ESL). The program provides literacy instruction, preparation for the GED Tests and skills brush-up for college entrance or employment. In addition to classes and guided independent study, and other distance learning options are available. Outreach centers operate throughout southeastern Idaho.
The Adult Success Center can help students who are preparing to get into college and need extra help with basic skills through the College Readiness program.
We have a program that is right for you! Adult Education at Idaho State University's College of Technology can help you learn what you need to become more effective workers, citizens, family members, and lifelong learners. The only requirements are that you are 16 or older and no longer attending a K-12 program.
All Services are FREE and Confidential! The Adult Education staff cares about your progress and success. Staff members will be there every step of the way to give encouragement and to challenge you to do your best.
Online Classes / Distance learning
Adult Education serves all of the counties in Region 5 of Southeastern Idaho. We have online classes and book learning options for individuals wanting to obtain their GED or college and career readiness. Please fill out the provided Distance Learning form if you are interested in our distance learning options. Distance learning can help students who live in Blackfoot, Soda Springs, American Falls, Aberdeen, Firth, Shelley, Montpelier, McCammon, Lava Hot Springs, Preston, Malad and other locations. Distance Learning can also be an option for people who have transportation and child care issues and who can't physically attend class.
Varied methods of instruction
Educational software in a lab setting
Distance learning programs
Helpful staff available to answer questions
We welcome volunteer tutors and donations for GED scholarships. Call (208)282-2468 for more information.