Adult Education Student Resources

Student Handbook

The Student Handbook contains information pertinent to all successful Adult Education students at the Career Center. Students must read and sign a memorandum confirming an understanding of the handbook content and agreement of compliance. Important information such as attendance requirements, parking facilities, handicapped access, dress codes, smoking and eating on the premises, code of ethics, withdrawal and refund policies, are just a few of the policies and guidelines that aid staff and students in making their educational experience a successful and smooth event. The Adult Education Student Handbook establishes the expectations and commitment needed from all parties in maintaining and providing high-quality educational programs.

Community Resources

Phone directory of community agencies and services available to assist students with housing, child care, counseling, health issues, employment, cultural activities, crisis intervention, and many other needs

Adult Education External Resources

Ohio Department of Higher Education

The Ohio Department of Higher Education (formerly known as the Ohio Board of Regents) is a Cabinet-level agency for the Governor of the State of Ohio that oversees higher education for the state.

OhioMeansJobs

OhioMeansJobs can help people find employment, develop and refine their job search skills, assist them with career and educational plans, and connect them with community resources and services.

OverDrive

Access the most content, borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and more from your local public library - anywhere, anytime.  All you need is a library card!

COE Accreditation

ACWHCC is Accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.

7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350
Telephone: 770-396-3898 / FAX: 770-396-3790

InfOhio Digital Library

INFOhio is the state's "virtual" library and information network for all PreK-12 Ohio schools. It is freely available to all students and their parents. If you can "point and click," you can tap into a host of electronic resources that are age-appropriate, curriculum-related, librarian-tested, and teacher approved.

The information you retrieve will be useful and accurate. The 16 resources include eBooks, encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, digital videos, and more.

There is no charge to use the service. The INFOhio library never closes!

All you need is a computer or tablet with Internet access and a username and password. If you do not know your password, click the What is My Password button and complete the form. Your password will be displayed immediately.

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