- Academic assessment
- Instruction in math, reading, writing or study skills
- Get ready for college entrance exams such as the Accuplacer, ACT, SAT and COMPASS
- Help with college course work
Adults who haven’t studied in the Student Success Center before or within the last 18 months need to attend a registration prior to studying in a center. The exception is MPTC program students who only need to:
Visit one of the SSC locations or outreach sites after you have completed these items.
Wisconsin offers choices and options to adults who have not graduated from high school. Two of those options are: the Certificate of General Educational Development (GED) and the High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED). The first step to get ready for GED/HSED tests is attending an orientation. During the orientation your instructor will help you choose the option that is right for you.
Students whose first language is not English enroll in ELL classes to improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. All levels of instruction are provided. Students may enroll at any time during the academic year.
Contact an ELL Specialist (English or Spanish):