Would you like to continue your education, complete your GED or learn a new skill?


Continuing your education can help you get back to work or switch careers. Having a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma can help you get started. Learning specialized skills, earning a career certificate and professional development will help set you apart and get the job you want.

We can help connect you with community organizations near you that can help. In the table below you will find organizations in your area that can help with your GED, career training, job training and more.
MDwise promotes and participates in events around the state to help members understand their MDwise health plan and benefits. At these events, members of our outreach team can answer any questions you may have including questions about education. To find MDwise events happening near you, visit our events calendar.

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Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description
Adult Education (HSE) 1-866-220-6675 The Indiana HSE (High School Equivalency) is an alternative for earning a high school diploma. Your HSE Diploma can be earned after completing a test based on five subject areas (math, reading, writing, science and social studies). The skills you are taught and eventually tested on are at the same level as those of graduating high school seniors.
The Excel Center 317-524-3925 Provides tuition-free high school for adults. Provides free child care & transportation. There are location around the state.



Central Indiana

(Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Morgan, Johnson, Shelby)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description
Brownsburg Library 317-852-3167
select option 6 Provides adult education and ESL classes.
Flanner House 317-925-4231 Flanner House partners with Marian University to offer adult education classes
Hendricks Connection Network 317-762-4338 Hendricks College Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving as a post-secondary education resource for area residents, businesses and community organizations.
Ivy Tech (Avon & Mooresville) 317-968-1516

Ivy Tech offers affordable associate degrees and certificates in Indiana; transfer or begin an

in-demand job in health, technology, business or public service.

MLK Community Center  317-923-4581 The MLK Center partners with Washington Township Adult Education to offer adult education classes. They also help prepare students for college and help students explore career training opportunities.
Center for Leadership Development 317-923-8111 The mission of the Center for Leadership Development is to foster the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional, business and community leaders by providing experiences that encourage personal development and educational attainment.
Edna Martin Christian Center 317-637-3776 The mission of the Edna Martin Christian Center is to bridge cultural, racial, and economic differences to support and nurture the people in the community by providing holistic programs that empower, encourage, and engender a vision of hope.
Adult Basic Education Classes 317-259-5275 Adults can earn a High School Equivalency Diploma, Prepare for College, Explore Career Trainings and Pathways, Strengthen Basic Skills. Main site is at Northview Middle School (there are additional sites available)
Hancock County Link 317-477-0745 Classes for an Indiana High School Equivalency Diploma (IHSED) (formerly GED).
School on Wheels 317-202-9100

Provides one-on-one tutoring and educational advocacy for

school-aged children impacted by homelessness.


North Central Indiana

(St. Joseph, Elkhart, Marshall, Kosciusko, Fulton, Cass, Miami, Wabash)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description
Plymouth School Corp.
Adult Education
574-936-7268 The classes are free and will help you build your learning skills and ultimately help to prepare you to take your High School Equivalency exam and beyond. 
Kosciusko Literacy 
574-267-5380 Assists with literacy needs.

West Central Indiana

(Warren, Tippecanoe, Carroll, Clinton, Montgomery, Fountain, Vermillion, Parke, Putnam, Vigo, Clay, Owen, Sullivan, Greene)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description

Lafayette Adult

Resource Academy

765-476-2920 Located in Lafayette, Delphi, and Monticello. Job training, free classes and testing services
Excel Center Lafayette  317-524-3641 Provides tuition-free high school for adults. Provides free child care & transportation
Vigo County Public
812-232-1110 In partnership with the Vigo County School Corporation, the VCPL LifeLong Learning Center (LLC) is a site for High School Equivalency, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Life Skill classes. LLC provides computer access and technology training for High School Equivalency students as well as a collection of materials for High School Equivalency students or independent learners.


Northeast Indiana

(LaGrange, Steuben, Noble, DeKalb, Whitley, Allen, Huntington)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description

Whitley County
Literacy Council

260-244-2375 We offer free one-on-one tutoring for HSE preparation. Tutors and students usually meet twice a week for at least one hour. We always meet in a public place, such as a library or community center.
Continuing Education &
Neighborhood Connection
260-467-1060 The Department of Continuing Education and Neighborhood Connection provides an educational outreach to the residents of Fort Wayne and surrounding areas. Our goal is provide current, affordable, high-quality educational and recreational opportunities and enable our residents to take advantage of our facilities.
Excel Center Noblesville 317-524-4410 Provides tuition-free high school for adults. Provides free child care & transportation


Northwest Indiana

(Lake, Porter, LaPorte, Newton, Jasper, Pulaski, Starke, Benton, White)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description

Ivy Tech - East Chicago

219-392-3600 Ivy Tech offers affordable associate degrees and certificates in Indiana; transfer or begin an in-demand job in health, technology, business or public service.
Jasper County
Public Library
219-866-5881 Resources for parents.
College Success Coalition 765-884-8022 The mission of Benton Community Foundation is to enhance community through civic leadership, philanthropy and charitable economic development initiatives.
Merrillville Adult Education 219-650-5310 The Adult Education and ESL division provides educational opportunities to adults who have not acquired a high school diploma.

East Central Indiana

(Howard, Tipton, Grant, Wells, Adams, Jay, Blackford, Madison, Delware, Randolph, Henry, Wayne, Rush, Fayette, Union)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description

Excel Center


Richmond, Kokomo

317-524-3925 Provides tuition-free high school for adults. Provides free child care & transportation
Literacy Center - Howard County 765-450-8532 For adults who want to improve their basic literacy skills. This includes grammar, math, spelling, computer, reading comprehension and a variety of other needed skills. Instruction methods include one to one, small groups and computer assisted education. 
Whitewater Programming 765-825-9394
x6330 Whitewater Adult Education offers free classes to help students prepare for the high school equivalency (HSE) exam along with tools and skills you need to find a job and/or go to college. 


Southeast Indiana

(Monroe, Brown, Bartholomew, Decatur, Franklin, Dearborn, Ripley, Jennings, Jackson, Lawrence, Orange, Washington, Scott, Jefferson, Ohio, Switzerland, Clark, Floyd, Harrison)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description

Excel Center 

812-283-7908 Provides tuition-free high school for adults. Provides free child care & transportation 
Excel Center Shelbyville 317-524-4430 Provides tuition-free high school for adults. Provides free child care & transportation
River Valley Resources 812-273-9270 River Valley Resources' Adult Education programs provide free math, reading and writing instruction to help adults acquire the skills needed to earn a high school equivalency diploma, go to college or enter an entry-level occupational certification program.

Southwest Indiana

(Knox, Daviess, Martin, Gibson, Pike, Dubois, Posey, Vanderburgh, Warrick, Spencer, Perry, Crawford)

Agency/Program Phone Number Website Description

Education -Perry County

Vincennes University  800-742-9198 The Vincennes University Adult Basic Education program offers FREE instruction in basic skills to adults in the southwestern counties of Daviess, Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Orange, Sullivan and Pike.
University of Southern IN - Lifelong Learning  812-464-1989 A wide range of noncredit programs for adults, working professionals and kids are available through USI Outreach and Engagement. Lifelong Learning courses are open to anyone in the community regardless of educational background
University of Evansville - Adult Education  812-488-2981 or The University of Evansville’s Center for Adult Education offers several different programs to fit the needs of working adults. Whether you are looking to finish a degree, advance your career or polish a professional skill, we will be there to assist you in achieving that goal.

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