This post shows you all GED® prep class sites and testing facilities in the Fayetteville region. Arkansas makes use of the GED exam for high school equivalency (HSE) testing purposes.
HSE testing gives persons who quit high school prematurely the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.
The GED exam is computer-based and has four individual subtests in math, literacy, science, and social studies.
You can take one (or more) of these four subtests at a time; there’s no need to take the entire GED Battery in one session.
Online GED testing has never been an option. Personal appearance at an Arkansas GED testing site was needed. This is changing, however, with the arrival of an online GED test. Read more below.
Fayetteville GED prep classes
Fayetteville Adult & Community Education (Jefferson Center)
612 S College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72703, Phone: (479) 444-3041
Ozark Literacy Council
2596 Keystone Crossing, Fayetteville, AR 72703, Phone: (479) 521-8250
University of Arkansas (Adult and Community Education)
800 S Church Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72701, (479) 444-3041
Goodwill Industries of Arkansas GED Classes
3105 MLK Jr. Boulevard, Fayetteville, AR 72701, (409) 575-9592
Northwest Arkansas Community Correction Center
114 N College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72701, Phone: (479) 695-3400
Unavailable to the public
Locations around Fayetteville (cities by alphabet)
Northwest Arkansas Community College
1 College Drive, Bentonville, AR 72712, Phone: (479) 986-6911
See all Bentonville options here
Carroll County Literacy Council
101 E Madison, Berryville, AR 72616, Phone: (870) 423-4500
You can find all Berryville prep sites here
Eureka Springs Public Library
194 Spring Street, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, Phone: (479) 253-8754
Eureka Springs Public Library is providing free GED classes for adults who would like to earn their high school equivalency diploma. Applicants 18 and older can take advantage of these free GED classes offered at the Eureka Springs Library Annex on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Classes are held in the morning from 9 a.m. till noon.
The GED classes are offered at no charge and all students will get one-on-one help as well as a lot of study materials for self-study on a computer and study manuals provided by the state. The GED exam includes four tests on literacy, math, science, and social studies, and is far more challenging than the old version.
Students are also required to take GED preparation classes before they can sit for the exam and they first must be assessed to allow the library to determine what a student must concentrate on most. After attending classes, students receive a significant discount on the cost of testing.
To check what you know, take a free GED Practice Test:
Fort Smith Ad. Learning Ctr GED Instruction
501 South 20th St, Fort Smith – AR 72901 – Ph: (479) 785.1232
A full listing of Fort Smith area locations is available here: Fort Smith GED Courses
Madison County Adult Education Program (North Arkansas College)
124 Lee St, Huntsville, AR 72740, Phone: (479) 738-1133
Kansas Vo-Tech (Cherokee Nation Ad Ed)
450 N Highway 59, Kansas, OK 74347, Phone: (918) 458-0577
Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch Northwest Arkansas
19778 Boys Home Road, Morrow, AR 72749, Phone: (479) 848-3105
Northwest Arkansas Community College Adult Education Center
1200 W Walnut Street, Rogers, AR 72756, Phone: (479) 986-6911
Dogwood Literacy Council
100 S Broadway, Suite H, Siloam Springs, AR 72761. Phone: (479) 524-4009
Community Christian Fellowship Church
525 S Lincoln Street, Siloam Springs, AR 72761, Phone: (479) 524-8234
Northwest Technical Institute Adult Education Center
709 S Old Missouri Road, Springdale, AR 72764, Phone: (479) 751-0181
Northwest Arkansas Workers’ Justice Center (NWAWJC)
210 S Thompson Street, Suite 4A, Springdale, AR 72764, Phone: (479) 750-8015
Cherokee Nation Tribal Office (behind Post Office)
3rd and Oak, Stilwell, OK 74960, Ph: (918) 696-3124
Indian Capital Technical Center
Hwy 59N & Maryetta Road, Stilwell, OK 74960, Phone: ( 918) 696-3111 x 118
Arkansas Migrant Education Program (Boston Mountain Education Co-op)
P.O. Drawer 419, West Fork, AR 72774, Ph: (479) 839-3030
John F. Henderson Public Library (Cherokee Nation Adult Education Program)
116 Williams Avenue, Westville, OK 74965, Phone: (918) 723-5002
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Fayetteville area GED testing centers
University of Arkansas Testing Services
97 N Razorback Road, Fayetteville, AR 72701, Phone: (479) 575-3948
Northwest Arkansas Community College Student Center (Room 306)
1 College Drive, Bentonville, AR 72712, Phone: (479) 986-4078
Northwest Technical Institute-Adult Education
610 E Emma Avenue, Suite 200, Springdale, AR 72764, Phone: (479) 751-0181
Cherokee Nation Career Services
219 West Oak St, Stilwell, OK 74960, Phone: (918) 822.2444
The online GED test
Sitting for the four GED subtests via the internet has never been possible. Test-takers needed to report, in person, to one of Arkansas’ official GED test centers if they wanted to earn an Arkansas GED credential. Now, with the arrival of an online GED test, that all is changing. More information can be found here: the online proctored GED test.
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