Programs & Courses

Adult 10-12

Did you leave high school prior to graduating? Did you graduate high school, but need to improve your marks in order to apply to post-secondary?

Southeast College provides programs at various locations throughout its region to help adults achieve their Adult 10 and 12.

Adult 10

Adult 10 includes five courses in: Communications, Social Sciences, Life/Work Studies, Mathematics and Science. These courses are designed for people that want to build on their current knowledge and skills. Learners who successfully complete Adult 10 often go on to further education, training or employment opportunities.

2020/2021 Program Dates

Fall Semester – September 8, 2020 – December 18, 2020; Classes run Monday through Friday from 9 am – 3:30 pm
Winter Semester – January 11, 2021 – May 28, 2021; Classes run Monday through Thursday from 9 am – 3:30 pm

*Registration for our Winter Semester has begun. Please contact your local Student Services Advisor for more information*

Adult 12

Adult 12 gives students the opportunity to obtain their Adult 12 standing recognized by the Ministry of Education, upgrade marks or grain prerequisites for further education in an adult focused learning environment. There are seven required subject areas including: English, Canadian Studies, Mathematics, Science and 30-level electives. Learners who complete Adult 12 successfully go on to further education, training or employment opportunities.

2020/2021 Program Dates

Fall Semester – September 8 – December 18, 2020; Classes run Monday through Friday from 9 am – 3:30 pm

Winter Semester – January 11, 2021 – May 28, 2021; Classes run Monday through Thursday from 9 am – 3:30 pm

*Registration for our Winter Semester has begun. Please contact your local Student Services Advisor for more information*

Are you interested in financial support?

Southeast College’s full time Adult Education students may qualify for assistance through the Provincial Training Allowance. More information on the Provincial Training Allowance can be found at Provincial Training Allowance Information

Southeast College’s Adult Education students may also be eligible for a number of scholarships and bursaries awarded through the Southeast College Education Foundation. For more information: Southeast College Scholarships and Bursary Information

Do you need more information about the application process?

All students interested in attending Adult Education classes at Southeast College are encouraged to submit application form. The form can be found here Adult Basic Education Application 2020-21  Applications are also available at your local Southeast College campus locations. By submitting an application form early, Southeast College staff can determine the best time and method to contact you for further information about your educational goals.

Prospective students will be invited to complete an intake interview with a Southeast College Student Advisor prior to placement into the program. Intake interviews assist the Student Advisor with determining academic placement, student and financial supports and program suitability. Students will be contacted by an advisor to schedule an appointment once your application has been received and reviewed.

 

For more detailed information, please contact your local Student Services Advisor:

 

Location: Contact:
Cowessess First Nation 306-853-7205
Estevan 306-637-3852 or 306-421-8089
Indian Head 306-695-2243 or 306-660-7525
Kahkewistahaw First Nation 306-853-7205
Moosomin 306-853-7205
Ochapowace First Nation 306-853-7205
Piapot Urban First Nation (Regina) 306-537-7447
Piapot Valley First Nation (On-reserve) 306-537-7447
Weyburn  306-848-2302 or 306-897-7727
Whitewood  306-853-7205

 

Information about the 2020-2021 program year:
Southeast College is planning to integrate technology across its curriculum starting in fall 2020. Our students, their student experience and academic success are at the forefront- of our plan as we move forward.

 We expect to begin programs as currently scheduled, although start dates and delivery methods may be modified or adjusted to ensure that its programs and services follow the direction and guidance of the provincial government and Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer. 

Space in classes may be limited, please submit your application early!

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