Learning Communities

Learning communities are a high impact practice for college success because they encourage integration of learning across courses. In learning community courses, students work closely with one another and with their instructors. Student success is elevated because course content is integrated and presented in a meaningful way. MCC offers integrated academic support learning communities.

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Integrated Academic Support

In an integrated academic support learning community, RDG100LL: Disciplinary Literacy Lab is linked to an academic content course. Reading materials from the academic content course are used in the reading course for students to learn and practice reading skills. Students are required to enroll into RDG100LL and the academic content course at the same time. Even though students are enrolled into these course concurrently, the grades for each course are independent.

If you would like to enroll into this type of learning community, use the course search feature and select "Learning Communities." Find a course with the note: "Students must be concurrently enrolled in RDG100LL XXX###(Section) and any section of XXX###."

Integrated Academic Support Learning Communities

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE SECTION LOCATION INSTRUCTOR COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE SECTION LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
RDG100LL Disciplinary Literacy Lab Check the MCC Class Schedule On Your Own Time Online Anna McWhirter PSY101 or PSY132 Introduction to Psychology or Psychology and Culture Any Any Any
RDG100LL Disciplinary Literacy Lab Check the MCC Class Schedule On Your Own Time Online Amelia Rodriguez MAT081 or MAT091

Basic Arithmitic

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Introductory Algebra

Any Any Any