Adult Education

Adult Education
"The Selma Dallas County Public Library is a community resource center where diversity is celebrated and where people of all backgrounds are welcomed daily for fellowship and learning. Our goal is to provide excellence in library service to the families of this city and county by building bridges of friendship and understanding."
Becky Cothran -Nichols , Library Director, Selma Dallas County Public Library
Monster March and Costume Contest
Downtown Selma Tuseday October 31
Starts at the Library Children's Department at 4:00. Face painting and crafts!

Finish High School at Your Library!


GED tutoring and preparation for the graduation exam is as easy as coming to the library! The Selma Dallas County Public Library in cooperation with Wallace Community College Selma offers classroom tutoring from 9:00-1:00 every Monday through Thursday in the Grace Scrushy Adult Education Classroom. Come and meet Dr. Queen Morrow, teacher of the class and let her help you join the class.



Queen is a dedicated teacher with real love for her students. She has taught students with special needs before receiving her Masters' degree and then her Doctorate of Education. She believes that learning is more fulfilling when students take ownership of their learning and work purposefully toward their goals.

All GED Participants


  • Must be 17 years or older
  • Have withdrawn from public/private school
  • Be a resident of Alabama
  • Have taken the TABE evaluation which is given at the Craig Field, Bldg. 16 every Thursday

Call the Library Adult Education Classroom at 874 1735 today!