Join a Learning Community
Study with great faculty, meet new people, and maximize your time. How? Join a learning community.
You become part of a community of learners, taking two classes with students who have the same academic goals and interests as you. With two faculty members guiding your learning, there is plenty of opportunity to interact.
The on-campus classes meet back-to-back, so you use your time efficiently.
Build Your Skills
Some learning communities specialize in building your communication skills as you also progress through a guaranteed transfer course. Don’t worry – the reading or writing assignments in the guaranteed transfer course keep pace with the development of your communication skills. And just as in all our classes, our faculty focus on your success.
Share Your Interests
Other learning communities combine courses of similar interests; for example, Ethnic Studies with Ethnic Literature, or Accounting Principles I with Introduction to Business.
Talk with an Advisor
To register for a learning community, use eWOLF . The ever-growing selection of learning communities varies by campus and semester, so talk with an advisor to determine the right learning community for you.
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