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Stockton offering virtual prep class for high school equivalency exam

Stockton offering virtual prep class for high school equivalency exam

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Stockton University will host a virtual preparation class next month for those taking New Jersey's high school equivalency exam.

The class, coordinated through the college's Office of Continuing Studies, will meet online from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from Feb. 1-18. The cost is $120 for those registered by Jan. 15 and $135 thereafter.

Residents of Atlantic County may be eligible for income-based financial aid.

The course work is designed for students ages 16 to 24 who left high school without a diploma, homeschooled students and those looking to receive their high school diploma early.

Participants will need internet access and a computer or smart device (not a cellphone) to participate. Those without the required technology may be eligible to participate in person at Stockton’s Atlantic City campus.

For more information, email

Contact: 609-272-7251

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