This article includes a full listing of GED® prep sites and test centers in the Liberal area. In Kansas, you will have to pass the four GED tests to earn your HSE (high school equivalency) diploma.
GED testing can be done online or at an official GED test center.
HSE testing is for persons who never graduated high school and it gives them the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.
The GED exam is totally computer-formatted and includes four subtests in Math, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies.
The GED test assesses knowledge and skills at a level similar to what HS seniors are expected to know when they graduate.
These subtests (modules) can be taken separately. You don’t have the complete the entire GED battery in one take.
In the past, GED testing was only possible at state-approved GED testing sites. Online testing was no option but that has now changed. Read more below.
Liberal City GED prep location
Colvin Adult Learning Center (Seward County Community College)
930 North Kansas Ave, Liberal, Kansas 67901, Ph: (620) 417-1313
The school offers a GED program that gives adults who did not complete high school the opportunity to earn a credential that is equivalent to a standard high school diploma, allows for continued education, and will bring better employment opportunities.
Passing the GED (General Educational Development) exam indicates that they have the same level of skills and knowledge as traditional high school students upon graduation.
The Kansas GED diploma is awarded by the Kansas Board of Regents, and the GED program offers a second chance to earn a high school diploma. Applicants must be Kansas residents, not be enrolled in a school program and not have a secondary education credential.
Applicants must be 18 years old, but exceptions may be possible for 16 or 17-year-old’s that have completed a high school exit interview.
Locations around Liberal (cities by alphabet)
Amarillo College Community Outreach Program-Community Link
2412 North Grand St, Amarillo, Texas 79107, Ph: (806) 371.5000
Amarillo College’s outreach program is called Community Link. This is your gateway to higher education! It is a program targeted at non-traditional students. It is the school’s mission is to boost the participation of economically and/or academically disadvantaged students in higher education.
The school does so by providing GED classes, college preparation workshops, counseling and advising, scholarship opportunities, and continuing education. Check out all Amarillo area GED prep sites here
Frank Phillips College-Dalhart
320 Denver Ave, Dalhart, Texas 79022, Ph: (806) 244.7669
Dodge City Comm. Coll. Adult Education
700 Avenue G, Dodge City, Kansas 67801, Ph: (620) 225.0123
DCCC offers the GED test in both English and Spanish on the third Wednesday & Thursday each month. GED test-takers are required to first take and pass the Official Practice Tests (OPT).
See all options on our Dodge City area page
Garden City Community College
801 Campus Dr, Garden City, Kansas 67846, Ph: (620) 276.7611 ext. 365
Workforce Center Garden City
107 E Spruce St, Garden City, Kansas 67846, Ph: (620) 276.2339
Guymon Adult Education
801 N Beaver Street, Guymon, OK 73942, Ph (580) 338-4360
More Guymon options can be found here
Frank Phillips Coll. Allen Campus
2314 S Jefferson Street, Perryton, TX 79070, Ph (806) 648-1450
Sublette Community Learning Center
810 W Lark Avenue, Sublette, KS 67877, Phone: 620-675-8877
The Sublette Community Learning Center offers education for adults of all ages who wish to complete their High School Diplomas. Open enrollment at any time during the school year, starting in August.
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GED testing sites in the Liberal area
Seward County Community College Area Tech
1801 North Kansas Avenue, Liberal, KS 67905, Phone (620) 417-1042
Dodge City Community College
2501 North 14th Avenue, Dodge City, Kansas 67801, Phone (620) 227-9217
Garden City Community College
801 Campus Dr, Garden City, Kansas 67846, Phone (620) 276-9654
Oklahoma Panhandle State University (McKee Library)
409 West Sewell Street, Goodwell, OK 73939, Phone (580) 349-1558
Frank Phillips College-Perryton
2314 South Jefferson Street, Perryton, TX 79070, Phone (806) 648-1450
New online GED testing option
Online GED testing was, until recently, not possible. If you wanted to earn your GED credential, you had to show up, in person, at an official Kansas GED test center.
But now, that has changed with the introduction of an online GED test-taking option. A proctor will guide you through the online GED test-taking process and see if you do everything conform regulations. Check out ‘a new online GED testing option’ for more details.
GED eligibility criteria
GED applicants must be 18 years or older, but there are special conditions for teenagers 16 and 17 years of age as well. When sitting for the GED exam, applicants must bring a current form of identification in the form of a photo ID that shows their name, address, date of birth, and signature. If you take the GED test online, your ID will be verified as well.
Acceptable photo-IDs are, for example, a Driver’s License, a Photo ID card issued by their state’s Division of Motor Vehicles, a valid Passport, a Military ID, and all other forms of national or overseas government ID’s.
Last Updated on January 21, 2021.