College and Career Readiness Programs
Durham Tech College and Career Readiness programs focus on developing basic reading, writing, and math skills to allow students to obtain a high school credential.
- Gateway to College Adult High School Diploma (Ages 16-24)
- Adult High School Diploma Program (Ages 25+)
- High School Equivalency Diploma (Ages 18+)
- Adult Basic Education (Ages 18+)
Minors (16–17 years of age) must be withdrawn from school at least six months before being admitted into the College and Career Readiness program. A minor’s application packet must be completed and submitted to the dean for approval. Download the application packet
Orientation and Placement Testing
Before enrolling, all applicants must complete a structured orientation that includes placement testing. Students are enrolled in courses based on placement test results. Learn more about orientations and placement testing and how to schedule it.
Students who have an appointment for an orientation/placement testing should report to Main Campus, Collins Building (Building 2), room 2-178.
View the steps to schedule a GED or HiSET test and how to take the test at Durham Tech.
Students who have completed all of the steps to schedule an Official High School Equivalency test, should report to the Durham Tech Testing Center, Wynn Center (Building 10), room 10-300.