In 2019 Northeastern made a commitment to provide post-secondary educational opportunities to the residents of Yuma and the surrounding county. Today, Northeastern has opened its doors to enable residents to complete their high school education with a GED, take courses to learn English as a second language, and deliver transferable, credit-bearing courses in English, journalism, and math.
The Yuma facility offers state-of-the-art distance learning in which students can attend certain courses taught on the main Sterling campus of Northeastern via a virtual classroom. Adult community education classes such as Annie's Project and more than a dozen general education courses are now open for registration. More courses will be offered for the fall 2020 semester when registration opens for that term in April.
For information about what courses are available for the spring and fall semesters of 2020, contact the Northeastern admissions office in Sterling at 970-521-7000.