Transitional Studies

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Group photo of Transitional Studies students

Transitional Studies is a division of Big Bend Community College.  Our primary focus is to provide our communities the tools and resources to put them on a path to success.  This division of the college is home to a broad range of Basic Education for Adults (BEdA) programs. In conjunction with our academic programs, we also offer a broad range of services to both Transitional Studies and traditional college students.


  •  Adult Basic Education (ABE)
  • Developmental English and Transitional Math
  • College Success Skills
  • Secondary Completion Programs such as Open Doors, High School 21, and  G.E.D.
  • Dual-enrollment in select college-level courses
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) 
  • Citizenship  


  • Workforce Education Services –  provides guidance, support, and financial assistance for students in basic education and workforce education programs (non-transfer degrees)
  • William C. Bonaudi Library – located in the Advanced Technology Education Center (ATEC), Building 1800
  • English Writing Center – provides both Transitional Studies and college-level students assistance with writing projects (located in the Library)
  • Career Center – assists current, prospective and former students with exploring off-campus employment opportunities

Adult Education Class information/información?

For more information call (509) 793-2304 (English & Spanish) or email Click on images below for information about Adult Education classes for Fall 2020. 

Adult Ed Class info Fall 2020 in English


SPANISH VERSIONAdult Ed Class infor Fall 2020 in Spanish

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