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The Adult College, Lancaster

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The Adult College, Lancaster

The Adult College
Established 1975
Type adult education
Academic affiliation Lancashire Adult Learning
Location Lancaster, Lancashire
Website The Adult College

The Adult College is an adult education college located in the centre of Lancaster in Lancashire, England.

The college was established in 1975, and moved to its current site on Quarry Road overlooking the Lancaster Canal in 1990.[1] The Adult College is not an independent body, rather it is wholly owned and operated by Lancashire County Council as part of Lancashire Adult Learning.

Courses offered by the college are aimed primarily at adult learners who are returning to education, rather than recent school leavers. Levels of study range from basic literacy and numeracy courses to GCSEs and Access courses.

See also


  1. ^ "Lancashire Adult Learning - Colleges". 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 

External links

  • The Adult College homepage

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