***Spring classes will continue meeting through alternative instructional methods and end on time (May 5). Extracurricular activities remain suspended until further notice. For general information, call the PCC Student Coronavirus Hotline at (252) 493-7245, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.***04

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

This program is designed for adults who need to improve communication (reading, writing, speaking), numeracy, computation, and problem-solving skills necessary to function effectively on a job, in post-secondary training, in the family or in society,. Some classes are designed to provide basic literacy level instruction, while others are designed to prepare for the high school equivalency test or Adult High School diploma. All classes are designed to provide reading, writing, and math instruction in the context of workforce and career development and preparation. A variety of instructional strategies and approaches provides adult learners with the basic education necessary for achieving success in job training and retraining programs, post-secondary education opportunities, and obtaining and retaining productive employment so that students may fully enjoy the benefits and responsibilities of being citizens. Computer-assisted and distance learning instruction may be available as a supplement for students working toward their goals. Classes are available throughout the Pitt County service area, both days and evenings, and may be co-sponsored with other community agencies, churches, businesses, or schools.