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Community colleges in North Carolina have been providing basic skills opportunities for adults throughout the state since 1964. Even today, adults 18 years and older who lack basic skills can enroll in classes to:
- Acquire the reading, writing, and mathematics skills needed to get or advance in a job.
- Meet requirements for getting into vocational training programs.
- Study to pass the High School Equivalency tests. BCCC offers Pearsons GED or Education Testing Services HiSET.
- Gain basic skills for entry level employment.
- Learn the skills needed to become a productive member of society and a smarter consumer.
- Learn English as a Second Language.
- Prepare for United States citizenship.
The College and Career Readiness programs of the North Carolina Community College System are offered at over 2,500 sites throughout the state. Beaufort County Community College offers over 25 classes in Beaufort, Hyde, Washington and Tyrrell counties. Programs focus on developing academic competencies as well as the fundamental skills necessary for tomorrow's jobs. Some of the skills include: listening, critical thinking, problem solving, negotiating and organizing.
High School Equivalency Records
We are pleased to announce transference of all North Carolina High School Equivalency (HSE) records to Diploma Sender who will fulfill all records requests at the following location: Diploma Sender
Effective January 14, 2019
• Diploma Sender will process all records requests on behalf of North Carolina.
January 10 – January 13, 2019
• No records requests will be accepted by the HSE Office nor Diploma Sender during this time of data transfer.
Records Requests Received Before January 10, 2019
• HSE records requests received before January 10, 2019, will be processed by Diploma Sender
• You do not need to resubmit your HSE records request.
• The HSE Office will transfer those requests to Diploma Sender.
Beaufort County Community College Campus (Building 8) Monday-Thursday 8:30am-11:30am
Beaufort County Community College Campus (Building 8) Tuesday & Thursday 5pm-8pm
Beaufort County Community College Campus (Building 8) Open Lab Monday-Thursday 11:30-12pm
Hazel Guilford Memorial Library (524 Main Street, Aurora) Monday & Wednesday 6pm-9pm
Hyde County Davis Center (33460 US Highway 264, Engelhard) Tuesday & Thursday 6pm-9pm
Tyrrell Hall (906 US 64, Columbia) Monday & Wednesday 5:30pm-7:30pm
Washington County Center (100 NC Hwy 32 N, Roper) Monday-Wednesday 9am-1pm
Students may enroll in classes throughout the semester. There is no tuition charge. For more information regarding the College and Career Readiness program, please contact: