Belmont College

Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE)

Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) is a state and federally funded program that helps adults, includes 16 and 17-year-olds who meet certain criteria, grow to their potential.  The ABLE program includes classes that help students build a foundation of literacy skills needed for effective citizenship, family learning, further education, and employment.  

ABLE Services

ABLE programs and classes serve adults in the areas of:

  • GED preparation
  • Basic skills (English, math, reading, writing, science, and social studies)
  • Family literacy
  • Workplace education 
  • English for speakers of other languages (ESOL)
  • Basic computer literacy

ABLE Classes

Day and evening classes are available at the centers listed below.  Call Mid-East Career and Technology Center at 800.350.1242 or visit www.adultcentereducation.org for a schedule of classes.

ABLE Centers

Belmont County

  • Belmont College
  • Martins Ferry ABLE
  • Barnesville Senior Citizen’s Center
  • Belmont Career Center

Harrison County

  • Belmont College, Harrison County Center
  • Harrison County Career Center
  • Church of Christ, Cadiz

Monroe County

  • Old Woodsfield High School

Guernsey County

  • Mid-East Career and Technology Centers, Buffalo Campus
  • Cambridge Salvation Army
  • Willett-Pratt Training Center
  • YMCA

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Admissions Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Saturday - Sunday
Closed

Contact Information

Admissions
Belmont College
120 Fox-Shannon Place
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950

High School Enrollment Services Associate
Crissy D'Aquila
Email: cdaquila@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3845

Enrollment Services Associate
Courtney Nign
Email: cnign@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3894

Senior Admissions Counselor
Juanita Roxby
Email: jroxby@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3812

Admissions Counselor
Pamela Robinson
Email: probinson@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3846