SUNY ORANGE'S NEXT GED CLASS IN NEWBURGH TO BEGIN JAN. 24

1/12/2011

Three-Month Class Prepares Students to Take and Pass High School Equivalency Exam

NEWBURGH, N.Y. – SUNY Orange’s Continuing Education staff will offer its next round of non-credit English General Education Development (GED) classes beginning on Monday, Jan. 24, at the College’s Newburgh campus.

Classes will meet from 9 a.m. to Noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in Room 112 of Kaplan Hall, located at the intersection of Grand and First streets in Newburgh. The class, designed to prepare students aged 19 and older to take and pass the newly revised High School Equivalency Exam, will run through April 15. Cost is $10 per student.

The College will offer a second GED course in Newburgh on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 6 to 9 p.m., beginning Mar. 1. That class will meet in the Center of Hope, 280 Broadway, and continue until June 28. The cost for this course is also $10.

To register for either of the classes, or to get additional information, contact Lou DeFeo at (845) 341-9532.

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