General Information & Orientation

As of August 3, 2020, OFTC’s campuses are OPEN and available to assist you in-person, in addition to phone and email under normal operating hoursIf you prefer to call or email us, please visit our Information Directory for contact information.

  • Outside of the classroom or lab environment on OFTC’s campuses, wearing masks and social distancing are required, in conformity with the guidance issued by DPH and CDC.

Please continue to visit our website and follow us on social media for the latest updates.

Enrolling for Classes

Adult Education classes at OFTC are free and open to the public. Please contact your closest Adult Education site to pre-register.

Resources to Help You Find Success

Academic Support

Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s Adult Education program offers academic support services for students to enter college at the highest level possible or the highest level of learning support. Entry at the highest level will enable students to save their financial aid dollars and help them prepare for the rigorous academic requirements at the beginning of their postsecondary career.

The adult education program offers free academic support courses in:

  • Reading, writing, and math;
  • Courses linked with college survival skills;
  • Courses in study skills, such as critical and creative thinking skills, note-taking, time management, goal setting, and stress reduction;
  • Dual enrollment in adult education and academic support education, depending on placement process; and
  • College transition courses that bridge the academic gaps between adult education and college-level courses.

For more information on enrolling in these support courses, please contact Rashaun Taylor for our North Campus service area at (478) 553-20794 or Alisia Goff for our South Campus service area at (478) 274-7651.

Distance Learning Resources

Distance learning can help some students when they are unable to attend classes. Many web-based resources are available and can be easily accessed if you have the necessary computer equipment.

  • OFTC’s Online Tutoring Center –  Access good study sites by subject.
  • Adults who are interested in a customized distance learning plan are encouraged to contact their local Adult Education office.

Additional Online Resources

Below is a list of other resources and information related to GED® preparation, GED® Testing and locations as well as Adult Education services.