High School Equivalency at WITCC
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High School Equivalency

The HSED program from Educational Testing Service (ETS) replaces the traditional GED program at WITCC, offering an accessible and affordable alternative to those seeking a High School equivalency diploma.
To earn your HSED, you must pass the five HiSET® tests: reading, math, writing, social studies and science.
  • Free pretests are administered through the HiSET® Preparation sites.
  • The test is priced at $50 which covers registration, scoring and transcripts.
  • Up to two free tests per subject are included for up to a year from original test (three tests per subject per year maximum).
  • There is a $10 diploma fee paid before your first test appointment.
  • Testing is available in Sioux City, Le Mars, Cherokee and Denison.
  • Testing in Spanish is available in Sioux City and Le Mars.
A high school equivalency diploma can increase your lifetime earnings, but don't stop there! In Iowa, residents with college degrees earn almost twice as much as adults with a high school diploma or less.
 

Sioux City

Location: WITCC Campus
4647 Stone Avenue
Robert H. Kiser, A424
Times: M-Th 8am - 7pm
F 9am - noon

Cherokee

Location: WITCC Campus
Conference Center
200 Victory Drive
Times: Call for hours

Denison

Location: WITCC Campus
11 N 35th Street
Room B4
Times: T & Th 5pm - 8pm

Sioux City - Goodwill

Location: 3100 W 4th Street
Sioux City, Iowa
Times: T - Th 1pm - 3pm

Le Mars

Location: The Le Mars Center
25 5th Avenue NW
Times: M & W 5:30pm - 8:30pm

HiSET® Online

Call 712.274.8733 Ext 1228 or E-mail Blanca.Gomez@witcc.edu
 
PLEASE NOTE: Persons seeking to meet the Iowa High School Equivalency Diploma requirements should be aware of companies that claim to offer the Test of General Education Development (GED) over the Internet or through correspondence courses. There are no online correspondence testing programs recognized by the General Education Development Testing Service (GEDTS) of the American Council on Education (ACE).
 
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