Adult Learning Center

Students on campus
to the Adult Learning Center located on the Bedford Campus of Middlesex Community College. Established in 1995, the Adult Learning Center offers a FREE program for adult learners interested in improving their basic academic skills and/or preparing for the HiSET, GED, further education, job training or better employment.

This fall, the Adult Learning Center will hold classes online and will include live, interactive sessions taught by instructors as well as independent work done by students outside of class time.
  • Daytime classes will be held Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 12:30pm.
  • Evening classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 9pm.
Students will need:
  • a computer with a keyboard, speaker, microphone, and camera (if available)
  • reliable access to the internet
  • to be able to attend and participate in the live class sessions as well as time to complete homework outside of class
Registration and placement testing Fall classes have begun. However, new students may register and be placed on a waitlist for later in the semester. We will enroll new students as soon as possible as long as there is space available. To enroll in fall classes, please complete this REGISTRATION FORM as soon as possible and we will be in touch. If you have questions about the program, please contact Allison Norton, Program Coordinator, at or 781-280-3662. If you do not have reliable access to the internet or a computer or are only interested in taking in-person classes, please let us know.

Want to take your HiSET or GED at home? Remote testing now available! For more information, visit HSE Testing Info.

For those considering college, the Adult Learning Center is also the home of Middlesex Community College's Links program. Please visit the Links Program page or contact Karen Spengler, or call 781-280-3654.

The Adult Learning Center and Links are funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education.

Last Modified: 9/8/20