What We Offer


GED courses are taught by highly qualified instructors and empower you to go further in your education so you can accomplish your goals! Each GED course is customized to what you need based on the initial testing, so you can focus your time on the skills you need.

What is the GED Test?

The GED stands for the “General Educational Development” Test. This is a test students may take if they haven’t finished high school and they would like to show they still have those same skills in English, Social Studies, Math, & Science.

We offer 2 courses to prepare students for the test: English and Social Studies; Math and Science. In MCC’s GED program, these subjects are grouped together because they overlap in many areas in terms of testing skills and content necessary to pass. For more detailed information about the test, please visit the GED website.

We you are ready to take your GED test, you can schedule an appointment with the MCC Testing Center at the Fort Morgan Campus. Please remember to bring a form of identification.
MCC Testing Center

GED Summer Course Schedule

All GED courses are offered with a Virtual Only option (students log in via Zoom at the scheduled class time) or a Hyflex option (students come in person most days at the scheduled class time and sometimes join via Zoom). Students may also choose either a morning or afternoon option. All classes are taught in English.
Summer 2023 courses start: Tue, May 30, 2023
Apply for Summer 2023 by: Wed, May 24, 2023
Each GED course is $50 for the entire 7 weeks. *
* Course costs give the student access to resources at MCC and other community connections to help with personal and professional goals. Cost does not include cost of the actual GED test. Students are responsible for paying for their own GED exams. See Testing Center for more information.

Daytime Courses

Language & Social Studies
10am – 12:10pm**
Tue, Wed, Thu

Math & Science
1pm – 3:10pm**
Tue, Wed, Thu

Evening Courses

Language & Social Studies
4pm – 6:10pm**
Tue, Wed, Thu

Math & Science
4pm – 6:10pm**
Tue, Wed, Thu

** Class times offered are subject to change.
By choosing to take a GED course, the student agrees to a 7-week maximum commitment. This means arriving to all classes on time, completing the assigned work, taking the GED test, and not missing more than 5 days in each class.

Sign Up for GED Classes

STEP 1: Complete the Forms in this Section

STEP 2: Complete any necessary testing.

These tests help us determine your course placement and the skills you need to focus on during your time in the course.

STEP 3: Finalize Enrollment

After you complete your testing, an email will be sent to schedule your final appointment to complete any paperwork and prepare you for the start of the semester. We will also review your test results and discuss class placement.

To complete your registration, please download and fill out the following forms and scan and email them (or snail mail them) to our Basic Skills Specialist:

If you will be between the ages of 17-21 on the first day of class, please also fill out the following:

Additional forms, though not mandatory:


Need Help?

Welcome Center/Student Services
(970) 542-3100 or (800) 622-0216

Sylvia Rocha

Sylvia Rocha

Basic Skills Specialist

(970) 542-3271
920 Barlow Road
Fort Morgan, CO 80701

Can we text you at that number?(Required)


1. If I was previously a student in the program, do I still need to go through the enrollment process?
Yes, you will still need to go through our enrollment process so that we have your most up-to-date personal information.
2. What is the difference between the Hyflex and virtual-only options?
The Hyflex option allows you to attend class in-person most days, but if you are sick, or can’t physically come to class for other reasons, you can still join at the same scheduled class time via Zoom. If you choose the virtual-only option, then you can only join online via Zoom during the class time but not come in-person to class.
3. What is the 7-week maximum commitment for GED course?
For GED classes, if you take the first 4 weeks of classes and pass all your subject tests (i.e. finish your GED), then you are no longer obligated to attend classes for the last 3 weeks. But if you still need more prep time, you can stay for the full 7 weeks. By the 7th week, you will be asked to sign up to take your subject tests.

GED courses require you, as a student, to attend during the scheduled times, do the homework, and participate to the best of your ability. You are allowed to miss up to 5 days of class for family situations, emergencies, etc.

Coming to our program is making a full commitment to your education.

4. Do you currently offer GED courses in Spanish?
Unfortunately, we don’t have those classes available to students yet. But we hope to offer them and more options to our community in the future!

Program Mission

Our mission is to provide an educational environment which helps adult learners attain their personal and professional goals. We strive to support our learners by giving them the resources they need to succeed in attaining their GED credentials and/or gains in English language learning. This will be accomplished through focused instruction in their desired subject areas; consistent feedback on progress and areas for growth; and assistance in connecting them to resources fostering their learning while in our program and professional opportunities they desire to pursue after our program. In doing so, we hope to cultivate adult professionals who are more confident in their abilities acting as a continually valuable asset to their workplaces and communities with their enhanced skills/credentials.