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What is a Learning Community?

 

A Learning Community is a fun, exciting, and supportive learning environment for students. Our Learning Community programs offer students the chance to

  • Enhance academic skills
  • Accomplish career or transfer goals
  • Recive the support of a college community

Students complete 12 units of coursework in English 1A PLUS, research, and student skills development. The ACE program offers students a pathway to successfully transition into college, build their college skills, and receive support along the way. Find more information.

Stars is a one-year academic program that begins in the fall semester. In the first semester, students take course work in English 1A PLUS, math, and counseling & guidance in addition to classes for their major or transfer. Find more information.

Earn a Business Information Worker certificate in only two semesters, and start your career! Develop expertise in Microsoft Office, business technology, and other high demand skills to be ready to work in any business office. Find more information.

Free one-week intensive math review designed to prepare students for their upcoming math course. Have fun reviewing math with friends, terrific tutors, and amazing instructors! Find more information.

Open to students that want to transfer to a four-year college or university. Coursework includes English 1A PLUS with a social justice theme. Students work closely with a career-related mentor and a dedicated counselor. Find more information.


 


Learning Communities Center (LCC)


Aptos Location & Hours:

  1. Room 501, M-F 9am-4pm
  2. Phone: 831-477-3340
Director: Eric Grabiel
Phone: 831-477-3293
Program Specialist: Leah Resendez
Phone: 831-477-3341
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