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                                Foundational Communities                                     

​College Connections (CC)

Make the connections that will lead to success! Develop effective writing skills! Learn to read with greater understanding! Use proven study strategies! Consider how to balance academic and personal responsibilities! Build supportive friendships! This learning community is designed to help students strengthen their academic skills as they explore how to meet the challenges of college life.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (5-8.5)

47479

English 60A

K. Anderson

T/TH

2:00-4:00PM

QD 119

4

48196

Guidance 45

N. Abbate

T

1:00-1:50PM

QD 105

1

Co-Requisite: Students who placed into Reading 81, 82 or 83 must take one of the courses in the Reading for Cap Learning Community. See schedule on the last page for reading class dates and times.

 Supplemental Instruction: TBA

 







Roots to Routes (RR)

The Roots to Routes Learning Community is a creative environment where students are part of a peer network, connecting their African American cultural roots and the routes to their academic and personal success.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (6)

47474

English 60A

M. Reid

T/TH

8:00-10:05AM

QD 204

4

48215

Guidance 48

D. Ramsey

M

9:00-11:05AM

QD 105

2

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA






Engaged and Empowered (EE)

In this learning community, you will learn why it is important for you to become actively engaged in your education; you will learn how improved reading, writing, and study skills can increase your ability to engage with the material, and how this connection will empower you to become a successful student.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (9)

47487

English 60B

S. Lamph

T/TH

8:00-10:05AM

TBA

4

47824

Reading 83

V. Sandoval

M/W

9:00-10:25AM

QD 212

3

48211

Guidance 48

V. Vargas

T/TH

10:15-11:05AM

QD 118

2

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA








 

                                     ​ GENERAL EDUCATION COMMUNITIES                                               These learning communities help fulfill General Education and/or transfer requirements for RCC, CSU and UC. Check the catalog or with a counselor for more details.

Double Time 1 (DT1)

FAST-TRACK your way from English 60A to English 60B within the same academic year. You will take an 8-week English 60A course followed by an 8-week English 60B course.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (8-11.5)

47477

English 60A

C. Sandoval

MTWTH

10:15AM-12:20PM

TBA

4

47488

English 60B

C. Sandoval

MTWTH

10:15AM-12:20PM

TBA

4

 

Co-Requisite: Students who placed into Reading 81, 82 or 83 must take one of the courses in the Reading for Cap Learning Community. See schedule on the last page for reading class dates and times.

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Advantages of Success (TAOS)

Build a strong foundation for success in college and life through developing your college-level reading and writing skills and studying theories of success from writer's like Malcolm Gladwell (who wrote the book Outliers) and others

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (7)

47436

English 50

K.Sell

M/W

10:15AM-12:15PM

QD 204

4

47808

Reading 3

V. Sandoval

T/TH

8:00-9:25AM

QD 212

3

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

The Individual and Society (IS)

Racism, Sexism, Classism… Why does social inequality exist? Explore your place in the broader social structure.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (8)

47451

English 50

K. Anderson

M/W

9:00-11:05AM

QD 208

4

47848

Sociology 1

F. Vu

M/W

11:10AM-12:35PM

QD 213

3

47834

Reading 86

Staff

M/W

7:45-8:50AM

QD 109

1

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Justice & Your “Writes” (JW)

Would you like to understand your rights under the U.S. Constitution?  Why police officers must behave ethically?  Why California prisons are overcrowded?   Where the Three Strikes law went awry?  What happens when someone is sentenced to death?  Join this Learning Community to learn and write about these very relevant issues.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (7)

47368

English 1A

M. Pfenninger

T/TH

10:15AM-12:20PM

QD 122

4

47206

Administration of Justice 1

O. Thompson

T/TH

8:00-9:25AM

QD 240

3

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

                            ​       Transfer Learning CommunitIES                                       

These learning communities help fulfill requirements for CSU and/or UC. Check the catalog or with a counselor for more details.

Onwards and Upwards (OU)

FAST-TRACK your way to early completion of your English graduation requirement by taking an 8-week English 50 course followed by an 8-week English 1A course!

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (8-11.5)

 

English 50

B. Osgood-Treston

MTWTH

10:15AM-12:20PM

QD 211

4

 

English 1A

B. Osgood-Treston

MTWTH

10:15AM-12:20PM

QD 211

4

 

Co-Requisite: Students who placed into Reading 81, 82 or 83 must take one of the courses in the Reading for Cap Learning Community. See schedule on the last page for reading class dates and times.

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading the Word and the World (RWW)

Explore the world’s great religions and seek answers to life’s questions such as “Why are we here?” and “What happens after death?” without ever leaving RCC. See how a myriad of religious ideas can respond to world’s ecological crises, economic justice, war, equality, and capital punishment. As you attempt to gain perspective from these complex worldly issues through reading about the religions of the world, you will be supported in a collegial environment which assists you in reading the course content. There is no better way to “read” the Word and the World.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (8)

47365

English 1A

T. Kearn

M/W

10:15-12:20PM

QD 122

4

47585

Humanities 10

K. Sell

M/W

12:45-2:10PM

QD 213

3

47835

Reading 86

V. Sandoval

M/W

7:45-8:50AM

QD 212

1

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eating and Drinking Pop Culture (EDPC)

The Simpsons is the longest continuously running series on television today.  One of the reasons for its success is that it is a living document of our popular culture.  In a single episode, there are references and allusions to television shows, movies, music, sports, and consumer products.  In the Eating and Drinking Pop Culture learning community you will explore the elements and effects of our current media driven world.  Just think, you will be reading and writing about topics and themes that surround you.  All you have to do is enroll and open your eyes.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (5)

 

English 1A

J. Anguiano

T/TH

8:00-10:05AM

QD 119

4

 

Reading 86

Staff

T/TH

10:25-11:30AM

TBA

1

 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA








Ideas and Intersections 1 (II1)

Powerful ideas persist for hundreds, or even thousands, of years. Where does the term “Machiavellian” come from? Or the call to “simplify, simplify”? Or even the image of America as a “melting pot”? Why are we still talking about these ideas today? Come join the conversation as you find the intersections between ideas then—and now.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (5)

47369

English 1A

K. Anderson

T/TH

10:15AM-12:20PM

QD 204

4

48502

Reading 86

S.Cerwin-Bates

T

9-9:50AM

QD 110

1

 

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ideas and Intersections 2 (II2)

Powerful ideas persist for hundreds, or even thousands, of years. Where does the term “Machiavellian” come from? Or the call to “simplify, simplify”? Or even the image of America as a “melting pot”? Why are we still talking about these ideas today? Come join the conversation as you find the intersections between ideas then—and now.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units (5)

47370

English 1A

T. Allen

T/TH

10:15AM-12:20PM

QD 16

4

48567

Reading 86

S. Smith

T

8:00-8:50AM

QD 109

1

 

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading for CAP

CAP reading courses are only open to CAP students.

Reading for CAP

Reading 81, 82 and 83: Students enrolling in College Connections and Double Time 1 (DT1) will be registered in one of the reading classes below based on their placement score. Students in the Onwards and Upwards (OU) Learning Community will be registered if scored in Reading 81, 82 or 83.

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units

47812

Reading 81

J. Lowe

M/W

M: 1:30-4:00PM

W: 1:30-3:45PM

QD 212

3.5

 

REA-81 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

47821

Reading 82

M. Adebayo-Ige

M/W

M 1:30-4:00PM

W: 1:30-3:45PM

QD 103

3

 

REA-82 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA

47828

Reading 83

S. Smith

M/W

8:00-9:25AM

QD 110

3

 

REA-83 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions: TBA


​​Math for CAP

CAP math courses are only open to CAP students.

Math for CAP

If you need to take Math 65, 52 or 35, the CAP Program offers its own sections of these courses. This allows you guaranteed enrollment in a math class where all students are part of the CAP Program!

Section #

Course

Instructor

Days

Times

Room

Units

48416

Math 65

Staff

MTWTH  

02:40- 03:50PM

MTSC 437

5

48397

Math  52

Staff

MWF

3:00-4:15PM

MTSC 233

4

48347

Math 35

K. Nabours

MTWTH

2:40-3:50OM

MTSC 105

 

 

For more information, please e-mail us at CAP@rcc.edu or call the CAP Office at 951-328-3820.

You can also visit us at www.rcc.edu/services/support/cap/index.cfm.

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