Community • Cogdell Learning Center Cogdell Programs
The Midland College Adult and Developmental Education (ADE) program assists students and members of the community with English as a second language, citizenship, and GED preparation. There is no charge for these classes. All ABE classes require pre-registration.
The Midland College Business and Economic Development Center (BEDC) promotes economic development in the community by providing comprehensive management, financial, and technical assistance and training to small businesses, entrepreneurial ventures, and non-profit organizations in the form of seminars and free, confidential counseling.
Midland Need to Read is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting adult literacy in Midland County by providing trained volunteer tutors for adult leaners. The tutors work with learners, individually or in groups, to reach their personal literacy goals.
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Established in 1992, the Cogdell Learning Center and scholarship were made possible through the generosity of Bill Pace Cogdell, a local businessman whose wish was to help residents of South and East Midland pursue a college education.
For more information, please contact: Alfredo Chaparro, Director of Community Services
Midland College Cogdell Learning Center, 201 W. Florida, Midland, Texas
(432) 686-4910, firstname.lastname@example.org