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MCTC Launches 10 Learning Communities

Posted on: June 17th, 2011 by insidemctc No Comments

What is a Learning Community?

A learning community is made up of students who enroll in two or more courses together. The coursework is integrated and coordinated to ensure students have an engaging learning experience. Learning communities provide a supportive environment for students and are designed to lead to higher student success. Students gain skills and knowledge relevant to career development and living in a diverse world.

What can a Learning Community do for me?

Participants in learning communities enjoy:

  • Higher academic success
  • Specially designed courses, resources, programs and events
  • Enhanced working relationships with peers, advisors/counselors, and faculty
  • A more positive college experience
  • Clear pathways connected to certificates, transfer (MnTC goals), graduation or career success.

What are the Learning Communities offered at MCTC?

MCTC is offering 10 learning communities this fall, including the following:

For more information about specific Learning Communities courses, visit the Class Schedule and then click on Learning Communities (LCOM) under Subject.

Who is eligible to enroll in a Learning Community?

Any student who meets the prerequisites for the Learning Community may enroll. Some Learning Communities may have additional requirements. First-time, full-time students are strongly encouraged to enroll.

Who do I contact for more information?

For more information about learning communities at MCTC, please contact: Julie Chi at Julie.Chi@minneapolis.edu.

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