Union Adult Learning Center
English as a Second Language
Students take a pretest upon enrollment in order to place them in the appropriate class level. After attending 45 hours of instruction, each student takes a post-test to measure their language acquisition.
In-person and virtual classes are available to our students. Classes run throughout the traditional school year and new students can enroll quarterly. ESL Classes are free of charge.
High School Equivalency
UALC provides High School Equivalency test preparation classes throughout Northeast Oklahoma. Class schedules are determined each year based on the interest of prospective learners. Currently classes are offered at our Adult Learning Center in Tulsa, Goodwill Industries in Tulsa, Rogers State University in Claremore, Workforce offices in Pryor, Workforce offices in Muskogee,
The Union Adult Learning Center, operated by Union Public Schools, is a regional program based in Tulsa and grant-funded by Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, Lifelong Learning Section. All classes offer quarterly enrollment and offered free of charge; however, the GED and HiSET tests are offered with a fee set by Pearson VUE Testing Services and HiSET/ETS Testing Services.
Integrated English Literacy & Civics Education Classes
Hospitality, Digital Readiness, Workplace Computer Skills, Forklift & Order Picker
For more information on Goodwill Programming, visit their website. Click HERE
Interested in enrolling in an IELCE class? Contact Kali Anderson email@example.com
Students and staff are strongly encouraged, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a mask when inside Union buildings.
Physical distancing is encouraged. Our ability to provide adequate physical distancing in many instances may be limited given classroom size limitations and the number of students who select in-person learning.
Interruptions at School
In the event of a large outbreak of COVID-19 or a high risk of community spread at one or more schools, Union may decide to activate distance learning for all students who select “In-Person Learning.” Union will work with the Tulsa Health Department and other health officials in determining the level of risk. Please know the district’s ability to conduct contact tracing and notify all parties may be limited and delayed, depending on a number of factors. We will honor FERPA (student confidentiality) and HIPAA (medical confidentiality), but will do our best to notify students and families on a timely basis in the event there is an exposure to COVID-19 at school.
Career Guidance Specialist - Kali Anderson
Kali Anderson comes to the Adult Learning Center, from the high school, where she has been a school counselor since the 17-18 school year. Her previous career experience includes teaching, social work, and school counseling. She is tasked with making connections between Adult Education students and career pathway information and training. She can be reached by phone or email.