The Adult Basic Education program helps students succeed in their educational and professional goals by offering comprehensive supportive services. The professional staff is dedicated to meeting students' needs, including mentoring, educational advisement, counseling, and tutoring.
Counselors provide personal, educational, and academic guidance to help students achieve success in the classroom. Counselors monitor student progress and provide appropriate interventions as needed, such as assistance in planning the completion of high school credits, selecting appropriate college/credit classes, or providing referrals to campus support services and community agencies. Counselors also encourage students to continue their education beyond the Adult High School Diploma and GED programs and, in so doing, provide a supportive bridge to the college campus.
The ABE Program provides the following services to support its students' career and educational goals:
To make an appointment with a counselor, please call (909) 274-4937.
Educational advisors are available to help students when they select college classes and to create a course plan for college graduation and transfer. To make an appointment with an educational advisor, please call (909) 274-4845.
The Mentoring Program links noncredit and credit students to provide noncredit students with a supportive peer as they consider enrolling in college courses. Generally, students meet with their mentor twice a month to learn about and experience the Mt. San Antonio College campus, student services, and activities. The goal is to help noncredit students feel more comfortable about enrolling in college classes relating to their career and/or academic interests. Any Adult Basic Education student can join the program.
To learn more about the Mentoring Program, please call (909) 274-5903 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Adult Basic Education Department offers a variety of career development and exploration activities to help you plan and achieve your educational and career goals. Services include:
Students must be enrolled in a Continuing Education program to receive services. To make an appointment with a career counselor, please call (909) 274-4845.