Adult Learning Center

651-604-3553

Adult Learning Center
Fairview Community Center
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, Minnesota 55113

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It's never too late to enjoy the benefits of learning ...

The Roseville Adult Learning Center is for adults who want to succeed in learning. Our licensed teachers are caring individuals who know how to help adults learn and succeed in their studies. They will work with you one-on-one, in small groups, or in a classroom setting providing individualized instruction. Daytime and evening classes are available.

Roseville Adult Learning Center is located in the Fairview Community Center near Rosedale Shopping Center. (On MTC Bus Route 87.)

You can enroll at any time and get started on your learning program. Our staff can answer your questions and help you find the program that is right for you. For more information and registration times call 651-604-3553 or e-mail Roseville Adult Learning Center.


Adult Basic Education and GED

Adult Basic Education is a group of individualized study programs designed to help adult learners:

  • complete a high school diploma
  • pass the GED (General Education Development Diploma) tests
  • review for college entrance
  • improve reading, writing and math skills.

One-on-one/small group learning at your own pace

Adult Learning Center students will find a learning experience that differs from a traditional classroom setting. The program uses a self-paced, independent study model and the structure is geared to the students learning style. Our focus is on helping you succeed.

To be eligible. . .

You must be 16 years or older and no longer in a traditional high school program. To take the GED tests, you must be 19 years old or meet conditions for an age waiver.

Classes are offered. . .

Morning hours:
Tuesday & Thursday, 9:00 to 11:30 am

Evening hours:
Tuesday & Thursday, 4:30 to 7:30 pm

English Learners Program (EL)

The English Learners Program is a program for adults seeking to improve reading, spoken and written English language communication skills. English classes are offered at many different levels. The curriculum focuses on helping learners successfully navigate systems of public schools, city, county and state governments, colleges and work culture.

We have an Adult Diploma program built into the upper levels of our EL program. Once students achieve a reading level appropriate for studying high school topics, they can join these classes. Students will gain the academic skills to complete a high school diploma, prepare for college or post-secondary training and the world of work. We also have periodic TOEFL prep and citizenship classes. For more information and registration times call 651-604-3553.

To be eligible. . .

You must be 18 years or older and not attending a public high school.

Classes are offered. . .

Morning hours:
Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 1:00 pm

Evening hours:
Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 to 9:00 pm

Dual Enrollment – Credit Make Up

Dual enrollment is designed to meet the needs of individual learners who have not passed one or more credits required for graduation. Students are referred to the Dual Enrollment Program by their high school counselor.

To be eligible. . .

You must be 16-20 years old and maintain full time enrollment in the high school.

Classes are offered. . .

Evening hours:
Tuesday, and Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 pm