VINCENNES, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Vincennes University is offering free testing services for certain students through Dec. 31. In a first for the university, Adult Basic Education program students will receive the services for free.
The Indiana High School Equivalency is an alternative to earning a high school diploma, which can be earned after finishing a five-subject test.
“Vincennes University is excited to eliminate one of the largest barriers for Adult Basic Education students,” noted VU Vice President of Workforce Development & Community Services David Tucker. “Because students will be able to take the HSE exam for free, they will be able to complete classes and earn their equivalency at virtually no cost.”
VU offers Adult Basic Education courses online, or in person in twelve southern Indiana counties.