Learning Communities (LC) allow students to enroll in a preset group of classes with other students who share the same passions, interests, or specific field of study. Students take major and general education classes together (between 1-3 semesters) and work closely with specific faculty and counselors assigned to their learning community and invested in student success. Programs are co-created for students starting higher education journeys at Skyline College.
Download the Learning Community brochure for additional information, and make sure you explore your Learning Community options
with your counselor using the Fall 2020 Learning Community Courses and Schedules handout
and link to the courses on WebSchedule below.
Registration for Fall 2020 begins on Monday, May 4th, please visit the Registration page for more information. Please contact a Counselor to ensure a completed Student Educational Plan is active.
By linking basic skills courses, G.E. requirements, and relevant, student-focused curriculum, learning communities help to support pathways to earning a degree or certificate. There are three LC categories - Arts, Languages & Communication; Science, Technology & Health; and Society & Education: