Enroll in a community to complete your courses in a group with engaged students and faculty.
Why should I enroll in a Learning Community?
…to establish close relationships with your professors
…to work and study with the same group of students
…to discover areas of academic and career interest
…to feel more confident about being a college student
…to complete courses successfully and faster
How does a Learning Community work?
Meet with an academic advisor to discuss the Learning Communities offerings.
Determine the courses needed for your program of study and plan your schedule.
Know that you will be taking the courses that are a part of the Learning Community with the same group of students.
Work and study together with engaged and supportive students and faculty.
Participate in activities such as student success workshops, common book, multicultural events, lecture series and service learning.
Make connections across the Learning Community courses and beyond to real world experiences.
What are examples of a Learning Community?
EDUC 1300 Learning Frameworks + ENGL 1301 Composition I + HIST 1301 History of the U.S.
Theme: First Year Experience
ENGL 1301 Composition I + HIST 1301 History of the U.S.
Theme: Stories, Victories, and the American Identity
ENGL 1302 Composition II + HIST 1302 History of the U.S. II
Theme: African-American Emphasis
DMAT 0305 Developmental Math (8 weeks) + DMAT 0310 Intermediate Algebra (8 weeks) + EDUC 1300 Learning Frameworks
Theme: Academic Readiness
Who should enroll in a Learning Community?
• First year students
• Continuing students
• Transfer students
• Students who are interested in being connected, supported and challenged at Eastfield College.
For more information, contact the Office of Student Engagement & Retention (OSER) at 4OSER@dcccd.edu.