JCESD GED Center Now Closed
Jefferson County ESD’s GED Testing Program is closed as of 1/06/14.  We will not be offering GED testing in 2014 or in the future.  With GED testing going to computer based testing our testing center did not have the financial resources to continue testing. If you have questions about testing in Central Oregon please contact COCC, call 541/383/7701 ext. 2271 and ask for Floy Sitts the COCC GED examiner. If you need to contact someone from the Jefferson County ESD about GED please contact the Superintendent, Rick Molitor by email  .

If you have questions about your GED you may always contact the State of Oregon GED office: you may call Linda at 503/378/4325 or Teresa at 503/947/5701.  You may also email Linda or Teresa at: .

If you tested by computer and paper/pencil remember that your records will be merged in DiplomaSender five days after you have passed.  If you have trouble finding that your records have been merged please contact Linda or Teresa at the state office.

Information about DiplomaSender: Beginning July 1, 2013, you were able to order an official copy of your GED Transcript or Diploma.  For first time test takers this service is free.  For non-first time test takers you will need to pay a fee.  Follow the following steps:

1.       Visit DiplomaSender online at .

2.       Complete the online registration.  Wait for your email confirming your registration.

3.       Order your diploma or transcript (if you need to pay use a credit or debit card). Remember to wait five days from when it says passed to order your diploma.

4.       If you prefer to use a phone call: 855/313/5799 (additional fees may apply when ordering by phone).

Important Dates close out dates to remember with a new GED testing series beginning 1/01/2014:

1.       January 15, 2014 is the last day for changes to testing records on

2.       February 15, 2014 is the last day for student access to scores and eTranscripts via

3.       February 15, 2014 is the last day for third-party score verification via

4.       February 15, 2014 is the last day for the state to access records on