QUEST Evening Classes for Adults

Quick. Convenient. Affordable.

What is QUEST?

QUEST, which stands for, "Quick Education for a Successful Tomorrow," is intended to give students the needed education to succeed in a career/technical degree program or enter a bachelor’s degree program. QUEST classes are usually offered in a hybrid format, with one-half of the class online and one-half in a traditional classroom setting with the instructor. Students are given the opportunity to earn up to six college credits with QUEST in the first eight weeks and six college credits the second eight weeks of a traditional fall or spring semester. QUEST classes provide the Texas Core Curriculum, which is guaranteed to transfer to any public university in Texas. To participate in QUEST classes, students must meet all prerequisites for the courses and have Internet access.

QUEST Core Curriculum (pdf)

How do I register or get more information?

To register for classes or questions regarding QUEST classes, call (903) 236-2030. The Department of Instructional Student Support Services will assist individuals through the entire registration process, including application for admission, placement testing, financial aid to those qualified, registration and other support services. We are available to be with you throughout the entire QUEST experience.

QUEST

Spring 2015 QUEST Schedule

Spring 2015 - Full-Semester Classes:

(Classes will meet Jan. 12 - May 8, 2015)

  • GEOL 1404.Q51 142S, Historical Geology (Web)
  • GEOL 1404L.Q51 142S, Historical Geology Lab (Tuesdays)

1st Half of Spring 2015 Semester Classes:

(Classes will meet Jan. 12 - March 6, 2015)

  • SPCH 1315.Q51 143F, Public Speaking (Tuesdays)
  • ENGL 1301.Q51 143F, Grammar and Composition (Thursdays)
  • GOVT 2305.Q51 143F, Government of the United States (Thursdays)

2nd Half of Spring 2015 Semester Classes:

(Classes will meet March 16 - May 8, 2015)

  • ENGL 1302.Q51 144F, Composition and Readings (Thursdays)
  • HIST 1302.Q51 144F, United States History II (Thursdays)

View printable PDF of above schedule

The Basics of QUEST

QUEST classes are designed for adult learners who are computer literate and have a computer. QUEST classes are usually offered in a hybrid format, with one-half of the class on-line and one-half in a traditional classroom setting with the instructor.

To enter QUEST, students must have:

  • Met all developmental requirements, with the exception of MATH 0308
  • Access to a computer and Internet access. High-speed access is beneficial

QUEST Classes:

  • Prepare students for a career technical degree or a bachelor’s degree.
  • Designed for adult learners who are computer literate and have a computer with Internet access.
  • Offered in a hybrid format, with one-half of the class on-line and one-half in a traditional classroom setting with the instructor.
  • Offered on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 8:50 p.m.

Students must have ready access to a computer and Internet access.

For information about QUEST:

Ebony Dennis
Director
Instructional Student Support Services
Phone:
(903) 236-2030
Office:
KC-Longview North Bldg. (LN) 101