Listed on this page are all GED® prep locations and testing sites in Roseburg and surroundings. Oregon uses the computer-formatted GED exam for the state’s HSE (High School Equivalency) testing program.
The GED exam can be taken online or at one of Oregon’s state-approved GED testing facilities.
The HSE program gives adults who didn’t graduate high school another shot at obtaining an equivalent degree.
The GED exam includes four individual tests, or modules, in Math, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies.
HSE testing happens at a level that compares to what students must command upon graduation from high school.
You have the liberty to sit for one subtest at a time, You are not required to complete all four tests in one take.
Online GED testing was never an option but now, we saw a new development with the introduction of a new online proctored GED testing option. Read more below.
Roseburg GED prep classes
Umpqua Community College
1140 Umpqua College Rd | Roseburg | OR 97470 | Phone: (541) 440.4603
Umpqua Comm. College (The Wooley Center)
1634 W Harvard Ave | Roseburg | OR 97470 | Phone: (541) 440.4603
Rose School (Roseburg Alternative Education-Creekside Learning Center)
1419 NW Valley View Dr | Roseburg | OR 97471 | Phone: (541) 440-8278
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Prep Sites around Roseburg (cities by alphabet)
1204 11th St SW | Bandon | OR 97411 | Phone: (541) 347.3221
SWOCC-Brookings (Curry Campus)
96082 Lone Ranch Pkwy, Brookings, OR 97415, Phone: (541) 813.1667
Harding Education Center
755 S 7th St | Coos Bay | OR 97420 | Phone: (541) 267.1485
South Coast Head Start
250 Hull St | Coos Bay | OR 97420 | Phone: (541) 888.3717
Southwestern Oregon Community College (Tioga Hall, 3rd Floor)
1988 Newmark Ave | Coos Bay | OR 97420 | Phone: (541) 888.1593
For classes in Brookings and Port Oxford call (541) 813.1667, for Gold Beach (541) 247.2741
SWOCC Ark Project (Coos Bay School District)
740 S 2nd St | Coos Bay | OR 97420 | Phone: (541) 267.3104 (ext. 7115)
The ARK Project is for youth between 19 and 22 who cannot attend public school because of their age but are not comfortable to enter a community college and partake in a GED class.
Maslow Project of Coos County GED Classes
740 S 2nd St | Coos Bay | OR 97420 | Phone: (541) 297.4448
Lane Community College
1059 Willamette St | Eugene | OR 97401 | Phone: (541) 463.5214
See more Eugene prep sites here
Wolf Creek Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
2010 Opportunity Ln | Glide | OR 97443 | Phone: (800) 588.9003
SWOCC-Gold Beach Center
29392 Ellensburg Ave | Gold Beach | OR 97444 | Phone: (541) 247.2741
Medford Goodwill GED Classes
11 W Jackson St | Medford | OR 97501 | Phone: (541) 772.3300
You can find more options in our Medford post
Umpqua Comm. Coll. Adult Education
217 S Old Pacific Hwy | Myrtle Creek | OR 97457 | Phone: (541) 440.4603
UCC South County Site
501 Chadwick Ln | Myrtle Creek | OR 97457 | Phone: (541) 440.4603
Coos County Literacy Council GED Classes
PO Box 611 | North Bend | OR 97459 | Phone: (541) 888.4328
Port Orford Library (SWOCC)
1421 Oregon St | Port Orford | OR 97465 | Phone: (541) 247.2741
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Roseburg area GED testing sites
Umpqua Community College GED testing
1140 Umpqua College Road, Roseburg, Oregon 97470, Ph (541) 440-7659
Southwestern Oregon Community College (Stensland Hall)
1988 Newmark Avenue, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420, Ph (541) 888-7371
Curry Library Gold Beach
94341 3rd Street, Gold Beach, Oregon 97444, Ph (541) 247-7246
Rogue Community College GED Test Center
3345 Redwood Highway, Grants Pass, Oregon 97526, Ph (541) 956-7100
River’s Edge Academy Charter School (REACH)
270 West Evans Creek Rd, Rogue River, Oregon 97537, Ph (541) 299-0299
Companies, government organizations, and academic institutions recognize the GED certificate as the best substitute for a high school qualification. The GED program gives people without a high school diploma the “second chance” to achieve better work opportunities and entry into colleges and universities.
The GED exam is playing a key role in our national economy and can be of great help to persons who never did finish high school and employers and universities continue to accept the GED diploma as comparable to a high school degree. In case you never got your high school diploma (or similar), it will virtually impossible to secure reasonably paying employment.
Introducing online proctored GED testing
To earn your Oregon high school equivalency diploma, you always had to show up, personally, at an official Oregon GED testing center. The GED test was simply not available via the internet.
Well, we’ve now seen the introduction of online proctored GED testing so that is now changing. To learn all about online proctored GED testing, go to this article: Introducing online proctored GED testing’.
Last Updated on January 20, 2021.