The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine instructor and student views of online GED programs. Twenty-two adult students and four adult instructors from one adult education site in the southeastern part of the United States completed surveys, followed by nine student interviews. Our research confirmed that most users accessed a computer at home, were successful at using a computer, and spent relatively little time enrolled in the GED program. The majority of students had passed their GED test, indicating the online option provided sufficient support and face-to-face interaction may not be that important for this group of learners. Limitations of this study and further research ideas are included.