Did you know that Yavapai College students range in age from eight to eighty? No matter your age or situation, we’ve got resources to help you succeed in life
High school students hoping to get a head start on college can take advantage of dual enrollment courses at Prescott, Humboldt, Chino Valley, Mingus Union, and Red Rock school districts to earn up to 36 credit hours during their junior and senior years in high school. Imagine graduating high school and already having completed more than half of an associate degree! Learn more about Dual Enrollment.
Life happens. Sometimes it interrupts your plans, but it’s never too late to accomplish your goals. If you were unable to earn your high school diploma, the free General Educational Development (GED) program for adults 16 and older can help. Learn more about the GED program and register here. Free or low-cost child care may be available to support your GED efforts.
These free classes will help you to learn and improve your English language skills. Open to all legal residents who are learning English as a second language. Learn more about English Language Acquisition. Estas clases gratuitas le ayudarán a aprender y mejorar sus conocimientos del idioma Inglés. Disponible a todos los residentes legales que están aprendiendo Inglés como segunda lengua. Aprenda más acerca de Adquisición del Idioma Inglés.
With weekly or monthly sessions at many local middle and high schools, Educational Talent Search helps to prepare middle- and high-school students for College. Learn more about Educational Talent Search.
VUB TRiO helps eligible college-bound veterans prepare for enrollment and completion of their college education.
Learn more about Veterans Upward Bound (VUB).