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Registration for NMC’s Adult Basic Education Program Continues this Week (April 14. 2016)

The Northern Marianas College’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program, which focuses on meeting the educational needs of adult learners, has announced the following revised dates for Session IV, which begins in mid April and ends in May.

ABE Session IV 2016 Calendar

  • April 11-15: Late Registration M-F 9am-5pm, ABE Office in Building T
  • April 11-15: ?Add/Drop Course(s) Week ABE Office in Building T
  • April 13: ?First day of instruction
  • May 24: Last day of instruction?

New students and those who have been out of the ABE program for over a year must make an appointment at the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Office located in Building T to take the CASAS Assessment Test. This schedule is subject to change. For additional information, contact ABE office; NMC Building T or contact us at 237-6713.



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