We are extremly excited about your interest in participating in a Behavioral and Social Science (BSS) Learning Community! Behavioral and Social Science learning communities provide students with an opportunity to experience an innovative and dynamic learning environment not typical of most college courses. In BSS learning communities, you will explore a central theme from the perspective of different disciplines. This approach provides a learning experience to build a community that enhances learning and fosters connections among students, faculty, and disciplines. Please explore this website to learn more about our learning communities and how you can become a participant. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Why Enroll in a Learning Community?
•UC/CSU transferable courses linked through a central theme•Free tutoring through PASS mentors•Small classes•Student-centered faculty•Hands-on learning applied to the real world•Engagement with professors and classmates in meaningful discussion •Efficient progress toward transfer•Academic counseling integrated
Student Equity - El Camino CollegeEl Camino College is committed to assuring student equity in all of its educational programs and services in accordance with El Camino Community College District Board Policy 5300 and the standards set forth in Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. The College provides programs and services to ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed academically. The overarching equity goal at El Camino College is to provide a teaching and learning environment that is welcoming, supportive, and accessible to all participants, regardless of ethnicity, culture, nationality, language, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or religion, and to ensure that all students have an equal opportunity for academic success.
Student Equity Reenvisioned El Camino College | 16007 Crenshaw Boulevard, Torrance CA 90506 | (310) 532-3670
Fall 2017 BSS/AAPI/SER Learning Communities
Between Black and White: Finding AAPI Voices in the U.S. Racial Landscape•Christina Nagao - English 1A: People of Oceania in the U.S. (3 units)Time/Room: TBA•Melissa Fujiwara - Sociology 107: Issues of Race and Ethnicity in the United States (3 units)Time/Room: TBAHeritage and Identity Across Borders: The History of Mexico and the Chicano Socio-cultural Experience•Xocoyotzin Herrera - Ethnic Studies 3: The Chicano in Contemporary United States Society (3 units)Time/Room: TBA•Jason Suarez - History 154: History of Mexico (3 units)Time/Room: TBA