Learning Communities offer students a great way to learn and to connect with other students! As a student in a learning community, you will be part of a group of no more than 25 students in courses that are “linked.” Your professors work together to help you make connections among the courses, which share a common theme, problem, and/or public issue. You will get additional support as the learning communities program has its own counselors, advisers, and other support services. In addition, some learning communities can be used to satisfy the writing intensive requirement.
Why should I join a learning community?
Students in learning communities:
Experience college and learn in welcoming environments
Get to know their instructors better
Learn in ways that improve outcomes end employment opportunities
Receive personally tailored guidance from dedicated advisors
Become more involved in their own educational decisions
Develop team building and communication skills
Register for convenient class schedules
Enjoy smaller class sizes
Finish college faster
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If you are considering taking Summer classes you may be eligible to participate in the 2nd Annual Kingsborough Institute for Civic Engagement.
Contact Gayle Becker for more information, in E-106 or at 718-368-5105
Attention Spring 2012 Opening Doors Students!