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For admission to Butler Tech full-time Adult Education programs, prospective students must:

  1. Have a high-school diploma, GED, or equivalent. You can get a copy of your GED transcript by going to The benefits of DiplomaSender:
    • First time test takers receive their initial diploma and transcript FREE
    • Documents can be delivered electronically via email or through fax, USPS first class, or priority express mail
    • Duplicate diploma requests are $15
    • Duplicate transcript requests are $15
    • Test takers can create accounts via to view their scores, order credentials (diploma and transcript), and view all historical and current test scores from all three assessment publishers (GED® , HiSET or TASC)

For all foreign diplomas we must receive an official copy from the US Department of Education evaluators

    • Applicants can fill out a form on their website at:
    • There is an $85.00 application fee for general evaluation. A $135 fee for a course by course evaluation.
    • If all of the information needed for the evaluation is readily available, it will take 15-20 business days to accomplish the evaluation. The fees include 2 “official” copies – one for the student and one in a sealed envelope to be given to Butler Tech.
    • For questions , you can call 414-289-3400 or email

Need GED classes and test information? Click this link for Steps Towards Your GED

Note: Please contact the Student Services office if you received your high-school diploma on-line.

      2. Successfully complete the WorkKeys Assessments in Applied Mathematics, Graphic Literacy (Locating Information), and Workplace Documents (Reading for Information). Minimum score requirements differ by program.

       3. Meet any other requirement or prerequisite specified by the program (see program descriptions).


Please follow these steps to your enrollment:

1. Attend an Information Session

  • Enrollment requirements vary by program and are covered during the session. To sign up for an Information Session fill out the online form on the program webpage or call 513-645-8200 and select the number to the corresponding program you’re interested in.

2. Take Action

3. To Enroll

  • Provide a copy of your high school transcript or GED scores
  • Complete and submit your Enrollment Agreement (provided when you pass the WorkKeys)
  • Pay a $200 enrollment deposit that will be credited toward your program tuition.