Adult Learners, improve your skills.


Are you ready to reach your goals? We can help you get the skills you need for work and life. Cape Fear Literacy Council (CFLC) provides FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL instruction to adults – age 18 and older – with personal or academic educational goals.

We offer 1-on-1 tutoring and small classes to help you with the following:


  • Improve reading and writing skills
  • Improve math skills
  • Work on reading, writing, and English grammar
  • Gain computer skills
  • Study for community college or military entrance exam
  • Reach personal learning goals


  • Improve English language skills
  • Work on speaking, listening, and conversation skills
  • Work on reading, writing, and English grammar
  • Prepare for the U.S. Citizenship naturalization exam, including N400 help and interview practice.
  • Study for the TOEFL or other college entrance exam
  • Reach personal learning goals

Getting started is easy!

  1. Make an Appointment
    Call our office at 910-251-0911 to make an appointment. Contact Nicole Wolf-Camplin, Adult Literacy Coordinator, at nwolfcamplin@cfliteracy or Joanne Cheng, ESL Coordinator, at for more information.
  2. Intake and Assessment
    Come in for your appointment to complete an Intake Assessment.
  3. Placement and Enrollment
    Get matched with a tutor or placed in a class. Commit to your goals.
  4. Start Class!
    It’s time to start learning!

CFLC's Program Hours

PROGRAM HOURSClasses and tutoring are available both IN PERSON and REMOTELY. In-person meetings are available by appointment only, Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call us first to make an appointment or for more information at (910) 251-0911.


WEATHER AND EMERGENCY CLOSINGS — Cape Fear Literacy Council follows the emergency system for Cape Fear Community College for guidance on closings/delays due to weather. Helpful links:


COVID-19 POLICIES — Cape Fear Literacy Council follows CDC recommendations and NHC mandates to keep our environment as safe as possible. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we strive to protect our students, staff, and volunteers! Please review our Mask Policy Update 3.10.22