The Community for Academic Progress (CAP) Program is an exciting program designed to allow students to enroll in grouped or paired courses that share common themes, activities, and assignments. Since the courses are linked, students take these classes concurrently (during the same semester), allowing faculty and students to work and learn together. Whether you are transitioning from high school or are a continuing college student, CAP might have a learning community for you! While college may seem overwhelming, CAP addresses your needs in an environment of caring faculty, staff, and administrators. In addition to learning communities, CAP offers math courses that are only open to CAP students, which means everyone in a math CAP class is part of the CAP program.
The CAP Program Offers:
  • An academic program that combines courses in one convenient schedule.
  • "Priority" registration so that registering for college is not difficult.
  • A personal orientation to introduce you to the program and to the college.
  • Counselors who assist with your Student Educational Plan (SEP) and provide personal counseling and career development.
  • Coordinated sessions with Supplemental Instructional (SI) Leaders who will provide study sessions and demonstrate effective learning and study strategies*.

Steps to Apply - Spring 2015:

The Community for Academic Progress (CAP) Program will be accepting applications on first-come, first-serve basis for the Fall 2015 semester starting around mid-May 2015.


Martin Luther King Building
(MLK) Room 213
Spring 2015 Hours
Mon – Fri      10:00 – 2:00
Sat & Sun     Closed

Contact Us
Information Line          (951) 328-3820
Educational Advisor     (951) 328-3661