GED® Prep Admissions -Spring Classes Start January 9

In-Person Services

Student services staff are available for in-person application, registration and payment help at our three campuses: Sanford/Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, Lee Campus at Oviedo. Drop by during our business hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Student services are also available by email .

Adult Education Counselor with a Student

The Five Steps to Get Started below are primarily addressed to students who prefer to apply via email. You can also receive in-person help with application, registration and payment at any of our three campus advising offices during regular walk-in hours Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Altamonte Springs

Room ALT-104

Oviedo

Room OVF-101

Five Steps to Get Started

See the GED® Prep schedule for information on upcoming start dates and class options. If you have any questions, you can email or call us at 407.708.2153.

Coming in person to complete a paper application is the quickest and easiest way to apply. If you prefer, you can complete and submit your application online/via email by completing the electronic Academic Foundations application. Make sure to check the email account you listed on your application for the E-Signature Verification email.  

A Student Services staff member will guide you through your next steps either in person or via email, including how to create your MySeminoleState account and how to set up your official Seminole State email address. 

MySeminoleState account setup

Seminole State email setup

To begin the GED Prep classes, students must complete the two-part CASAS Goals Reading and Math Placement Test. This free test is offered on a walk-in basis at our Sanford/Lake Mary, Altamonte, and Oviedo Assessment and Testing Centers during hours of operation. Please note that giving your best effort can ensure more accurate results for class placement.

Placement Test Information

After completing the placement test, a Student Services staff member will help you complete a registration form in person based on your scores and class availability. Or, if you prefer, they will email you an electronic Adult Education registration form with suggested courses. If you register via email, please make sure to check the email account you listed on your registration/preference form for the E-Signature Verification email. 

For more information regarding class schedule options, please visit our GED Prep Schedule page. 

Once you have registered for GED® Prep classes, a Student Services staff member will provide either a print-out or digital copy via email of your schedule that includes your $30 registration fee due date. Visiting one of our campus Student Accounting offices is the easiest way to pay for classes.  If you prefer to pay online, below is information on how to do so:

Online Payment

Note, to avoid losing your classes, it is important to pay the $30 fee before the payment deadline printed on your fee schedule.  If you need help with online payment, please contact Student Accounting or the Help Desk during regular hours of operation.

Our orientations are not mandatory but are strongly recommended for new students. At orientation we give an overview of our program, answer questions, discuss the GED® exam and talk about what comes after you pass. Orientation usually takes about one hour to complete. Those unable to attend an orientation in person can access a recorded version and other new student info on our GED® Prep orientation website. 

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