Having a GED Increases Job Opportunities and Allows Access to Higher Education

SEICAA provides individualized assistance with the costs associated for the GED testing.

  • Participants need to be at or below CSBG federal poverty guidelines (see below).
  • SEICAA will pay for participants to take the GED test up to three times in one calendar year.

To find out more information, contact 232-1114 (option #2).

Income Guidelines

Family Size Monthly Income 3 Month Income
1 person $1,301.04 $3,903.13
2 person $1,761.46 $5,284.38
3 person $2,221.88 $6,665.63
4 person $2,682.29 $8,046.88
5 person $3,142.71 $9,428.13
6 person $3,603.13 $10,809.38
7 person $4,063.54 $12,190.63
8 person $4,523.96 $13,571.88
Each additional person, add $460.42 $1,381.25

Income guidelines are approximate. If you think you may be over income, please contact SEICAA for a full eligibility determination.

About the GED Test

  • The GED test is composed of five sections: Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, and Science.
  • GED Testing sites in Eastern Idaho are ISU’s counseling and testing center in Pocatello, and EITC in Idaho Falls.