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Adult Education

About Us

College of the Redwoods Adult Education offers free classes and programs at numerous locations throughout Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. Programs are designed to increase educational attainment and career success by providing the preparation and skills needed for employment, continuing education, and personal growth.

Our Vision

To rethink and redesign an educational system for Humboldt and Del Norte County students that creates a seamless and logical transition between the adult education programs and the community college, with the intent to accelerate academic and career success in order to earn a living wage.


If you are a student with a disability, an English Language Learner, or need any other type of assistance, contact us and and our Student Development Advisors will be happy to help.
Phone: 707-476-4520


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English as a Second Language (ESL)

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Living Skills for People with Disabilities

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American Sign Language (ASL)

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GED/HiSET Preparation

Prepare to take the GED or HiSET test and earn a California High School Equivalency Certificate.

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How to Apply

There are 3 easy ways to get started taking Adult Education classes.

  1. Apply in-person during your first class meeting. Remember, you can join classes at any time they are in session!
  2. Apply online. Like all CR students, Adult Education students apply online through CCC Apply. Get started with the CR Application.
  3. Contact an Adult Education Advisor. They are available at any time to assist you with applying and finding the correct classes.

Phone: 707-476-4520



Search the Class Schedule

  1. Go to WebAdvisor
  2. Choose 'Search for Classes' in the list on the left side
  3. Select your Term from the dropdown menu
  4. Select an Adult Ed Subject below from the dropdown menu, and then click the Submit button.
    • Education
    • English Second Language
    • Guidance
    • Mathematics
    • Reading
    • Senior Resource
    • Work

Adult Ed classes are all 200 level courses, for example: ESL 201 and EDUC 220.
The Class Selection Results will provide you with the name of the class, the location, and the time.

If you would like to register for a class or learn more about a class, please email an Advisor or call us at 707-476-4520.

Frequently Asked Questions

Adult Education offers classes for high school equivalency (GED/HiSET preparation), college preparation, career preparation, English language, and classes for adults with disabilities. Contact Adult Education to learn more about current classes.

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Adult Education classes are offered at the Eureka campus, Eureka Downtown site, Del Norte Instructional Site, Klamath-Trinity Instructional site, Humboldt Correctional Facility, Pelican Bay State Prison, and community locations throughout the College of the Redwoods District.

No. All Adult Education classes are free.

Complete the College of the Redwoods online application here: Apply to CR. Then, contact Adult Education to schedule an appointment to meet with a Student Development Advisor.

If you are a student with a disability, an English Language Learner, or need assistance completing the application, contact Adult Education to schedule an appointment, and we will be happy to assist you.

Phone: 707-476-4520

You will first need to create an account at If you need assistance creating an account, contact Adult Education to schedule an appointment, and we will be happy to assist you. After you create your GED account, schedule your test by calling College of the Redwoods Community Education at 707 476-4500. 

Student Development Advisors

Advisors provide individualized support to current and prospective students. They help students set goals and make plans to achieve those goals, and identify barriers to their success and strategies to overcome them. They can assist students with completing the College of the Redwoods application, selecting and registering for classes, and using online tools like CR’s student email and WebAdvisor. They can also help current Adult Education students complete the necessary steps to begin a credit program at CR. 

Adult Education Office: 310 Third Street, Eureka

"Suite B": 333 6th Street, Suite B, Eureka

CR Del Norte: 883 W. Washington Blvd., Crescent City

CR Klamath-Trinity: HCTE Computer Lab, 29 Orchard St., Hoopa

CR Main Eureka Campus: 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd., Eureka

MultiGenerational Center

Humboldt County Library: 1313 3rd St., Eureka, CA

The Job Market: 409 K St., Eureka

Arcata High School: 1720 M St, Arcata

DHHS: 537 W. Washington St., Eureka marker

AEBG Meeting Minutes

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Adult Education offers free classes in local correctional facilities. These classes vary from Workplace Performance Training to preparing for the GED/HiSET exam to Career and College Foundations. Offering classes in Humboldt County Correctional Facility, Pelican Bay State Prison, and Del Norte County Correctional Facility helps to foster a connection between the students and College of the Redwoods. Additional support can be provided by Adult Education Advisors to make for a seamless transition to either noncredit or credit classes once released.

Adult Education also partners with California Conservation Corps and the Job Market.

Contact Us

Adult Education Office

310 3rd Street, Suite C 
Eureka, CA 95501

Phone: 707-476-4520

 Adult Education Office