Here you can discover all GED® prep class sites and testing facilities in the Eugene area.
Oregon is using the computer-based GED exam for its High School Equivalency (HSE) testing program.
HSE testing offers adults that didn’t graduate high school the chance to earn an equivalent diploma.
HSE testing takes place at a level comparable to what graduating HS seniors must know.
The GED has four independent modules (subtests) in Social Studies, Science, Math, and Literacy that must be passed within two years.
Online GED testing is NO option. You must come to a state-designated GED test center and take the tests in person.
Eugene GED preparation classes
LCC Mary Spilde Downtown Center *)
101 W 10th Avenue (Room 203) – Eugene, OR 97401, Phone: 541-463-6180
Lane Community College Main Campus *)
4000 E 30th Avenue (Bldg 11, Room 201) – Eugene – OR 97405 – Phone: 541-463-5214
Early College & Career Options (ECCO) GED Program
200 N Monroe Street – Eugene – OR 97402 – Phone: 541-790-6850
ECCO’s GED program was located at LCC’s downtown campus but relocated to the more accessible Monroe Street location.
Volunteer Tutor Program
1059 Willamette Street – Eugene – OR 97401 – Phone: 541-463-5919
Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians Eugene Area Office
2468 W 11th Street – Eugene – OR 97402 – Phone: 541-484-4234
Center for Appropriate Transport
455 W 1st Avenue – Eugene – OR 97401 – Phone: 541-344-1197
MLK Education Center
2515 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard – Eugene – OR 97401 – Phone: 541-682-4715
Lane County Adult Corrections (LCC)
101 W 5th Avenue – Eugene – OR 97402 – Phone: 541-682-4263
Not open to the public
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Locations around Eugene (cities by alphabet)
Central Oregon Community College
2600 NW College Way – Bend – OR 97701 – Phone: 541-504-2950
Check out all Bend area options here
Harding Learning Center
755 S 7th Street – Coos Bay – OR 97420 – Phone: 541-267-1485
See all Coos Bay options here
Linn-Benton Comm. Coll. Adult Education
757 N.W. Polk Ave – Corvallis – Oregon 97330 – Phone: 541.757.8944
LLC Cottage Grove Center
1275 S River Road – Cottage Grove – OR 97424 – Phone: 541-463-4214
LCC Florence Center
3149 Oak Street (Room 123) – Florence – OR 97439 – Phone: 541-463-4835
LLC Junction City Center
505 Maple St – Junction City – OR 97448 – Phone: 541-463-6187
Umpqua Literacy Volunteers
1634 W Harvard Avenue – Roseburg – OR 97470 – Phone: 541-440-4603
See all Roseburg area options here
Chemeketa Comm. College Adult Education
4000 Lancaster Dr, Salem, Oregon 97305 – Phone: 503.399.5224
For an overview of all Salem area GED classes go to Salem GED Classes
Gateways High School GED Program
665 Main Street – Springfield – OR 97477 – Phone: 541-744-8862
Springfield Goodwill (LLC)
102 30th Street – Springfield – OR 97478 – Phone: 541-747-3909
Springfield High School-Spanish GED Classes
875 7th Street – Springfield – OR 97477 – Phone: 541-463-5214
Linn-Benton Community College Sweet Home Ctr
1661 Long St – Sweet Home – Oregon 97386 – Ph: 541.367.6901
Seashore Family Literacy
320 Hemlock Street – Waldport – OR 39794 – Phone: 541-563-7323
Oregon Coast Community College
3120 Crestline Drive – Waldport – OR 97394 – Phone: 541-563-4502
Angell Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
335 N.E. Blodgett Road – Yachats – OR 97498 – Phone: 541-547-3137
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Eugene area GED testing centers
University of Oregon Counseling Center
1590 E 13th Avenue – Suite 270 – Eugene – OR 97403 – Phone: 541-346-3230
Lane Community College
4000 E 30th Avenue – Eugene – OR 97405 – Phone: 541-463-5004
Oregon Coast Community College
332 SW Coast Highway – Newport – OR 97365 – Phone: 541-574-7105
Gateways High School
665 Main Street- Springfield – OR 97477 – Phone: 541-744-8862
Who is the GED exam for?
The GED (General Education Development) exam is developed for men and women who don’t have a high school diploma, and the certification that you acquire after successfully completing the GED exam is recognized as an equivalency to a high school diploma by government organizations, employers, and colleges all through the U.S.
The GED diploma makes you qualified for better jobs, job advancement at your current work, and also for a college education. In Oregon, the cost of the GED exam is $152 for the entire battery of four tests ($38 per test or module).
Can I take the GED exam online?
No, the GED tests are not available online. You will have to go in-person to a state-designated GED testing site if you want to acquire your GED diploma and pass all four GED tests. You can perfectly well prepare online for the GED exam, and there are some really good online GED prep courses. In fact, online preparation is a great solution for those living in remote portions of the state, and also students who are pressed for time. Online studying for the GED is fine, so use our entirely free online OR GED class to get ready fast.
The four GED tests
The new GED exam has the number of tests reduced to four. The writing section is now implemented all through the exam, as most multiple choice answering has been replaced by essay-based answers, which allows for writing testing in the other four tests. The new GED exam now comes with four tests on the educational subject areas of mathematics, science, social studies, and literacy. You can take one test at a time within a two-year period.
See also this post that links to all GED programs in America.
*) Lane Community College
If you want to get your GED diploma, Lane Community College can help you with preparation classes so you can get on the road to college and job improvement. And if you want to qualify for federal financial support, you need to have a high school or GED diploma. LCC can help you with your efforts to pass the GED exam by offering study programs and proper guidance.
GED applicants can take GED practice tests from our test books or online as well. The GED exam is taken entirely on a computer, and the school’s teachers will get you all set to take the new tests comfortably. The school has limited scholarships for applicants that otherwise would not be able to sit for the GED exam.
When you have earned your GED diploma, you may also qualify for free classes at Lane Community College. The Oregon GED exam costs $38 per test ($152 for the entire battery), and you can take and pay for one test whenever you are well prepared. The four testing fields are Math (115 minutes, Literature (155 minutes), Science (90 minutes), and Social Studies (70 minutes). Retesting is $10.00 for 2 re-tests in each of the four subject areas, and retakes must be completed within a 12 month period.