Every student’s plan is different. A typical student enrolled in College Transitions may have a plan that includes: assessment, career planning, academic preparation, college awareness, study skills and goal setting.
All college transitions programs share the goal of helping and supporting students in their pursuit of post-secondary education. We share a state curriculum and model, but our delivery may incorporate different strategies, tools, and resources.
Our program uses a model where students work with an advisor and other staff to complete placement testing, work on academic development, complete college applications and the FASFA, plan schedules, complete course requirements, and set goals for a successful college experience. We help enroll students in the program of study that best fits their needs.
They can register for a class to improve their academics for professional or for personal enrichment. A student makes this decision when they enroll in our Adult Education program.
You may use the search form located in the top right hand corner of every page on this site to search for courses. If you put in your zip code it will automatically limit the results to courses within 50 miles of your chosen zip code. If you leave the zip code blank, it will show you matching courses from all across the state.
You may also click on the “Courses” button near the top of every page to browse and search for courses. Our advanced search allows you to search by keyword, time of class, and other advanced options.
Contact email@example.com if you have any additional questions.
To sign up for our Certificate courses or if you have questions about any enrichment or community education course, please call our Adult Education office at 207-627-4291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for complete details and instructions.
What do I do? Who do I tell?
We are always open to suggestions for new courses. If you would like to propose a new course and maybe even be an instructor for a course, call Tricia @ 627-4291 or email email@example.com and your questions will be promptly answered!
IN PERSON: Register in person during office hours at our main office:
1881 Roosevelt Trail
Naples, Me 04055
BY PHONE: Register by phone during office hours (listed above) using your credit card:
If you register in person, you’ll know immediately the status of the class.
If you search for courses online, you will know because the web page will say “Course full”.
Please note: Because of the volume of students, we are NOT able to contact each person to confirm enrollment. If you do not hear from us, you can assume that you are registered for the class that you signed up for.
Yes. We will accept registrations by telephone, but we must receive payment for the class at least one week before the class start date or we can not guarantee a seat in the class.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 207-627-4291 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The HiSET is a High School Equivalency Test that replaced the GED in the State of Maine in 2014. The purpose of the HiSET is to certify a candidate’s attainment of academic knowledge and skills equivalent to those of a high school graduate. Candidates will be tested in five core areas: reading, writing, math, science and social studies. Please contact us today to schedule testing and/or preparation. Your future is waiting!
Testing candidates with documented disabilities may apply for testing accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Call our office at 207-627-4291 or email email@example.com to get more information.
Because we offer a variety of programs in Adult Education, contact us at 207-627-4291 or firstname.lastname@example.org and inquire about the class that you are specifically interested in attending.
Yes, we accept online registrations through our website using a major credit card. If for some reason the class is cancelled, we will refund your credit card directly.