Community College of Philadelphia offers classes that will help you prepare for General Educational Development (GED) tests. These classes emphasize the subject content and skills necessary to pass the GED examination, and also include an official practice test to help determine your readiness for the actual GED test.
GED preparation classes meet Monday through Thursday, for 2.5 hours each day, for eight weeks, at the College’s Main Campus, Northwest Regional Center and West Regional Center. Classes start in January, May and September.
You may register in person at Enrollment Services on Main Campus (1700 Spring Garden Street) or you can register online if you are paying by credit/debit card.
- Eligibility: Adults at least 18 years of age who are not enrolled in a secondary school
- Course Fee: $70
- Payment: Due at the time of registration, by check or money order. Cash payment is only accepted at the Bursar's Office on the Main Campus. There are no fee waivers.
- Refunds: Classes may be canceled due to low enrollment. Refunds will be granted only if your class is canceled or you withdraw before the first class meeting. To withdraw, you must do so in person at Enrollment Services on the College’s Main Campus, Notheast Regional Center, Northewest Regional Center or West Regional Center.