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1819 N. Main St.
San Antonio TX, 78212

San Antonio College's learning communities help maximize academic and personal growth for students.  Faculty collaborate on teaching and preparing students to work effectively in learning and working environments.  Learning communities also promote increased student success by:

  • Encouraging collaborative learning which develops integrative thinking skills.
  • Fostering connections among students and faculty.
  • Helping students to become responsible, actively engaged learners.
  • Teaching students to identify and access sources of support.
  • Enabling faculty to build connections among disciplines and create more engaged classrooms.
  • Fostering learning beyond the classroom.

Research across the United States show that students who participate in Learning Communities earn higher grades, make friends faster, and graduate at higher and faster rates than students who don't participate.

Join a Learning Community to see why Learning Together is Better!


SPRING 2016 Learning Community Courses:


 Sociology & Math

 Solving Social Problems: The Story Behind the Numbers

 Students will learn how to collect and use data to understand and explain the economic and educational disparity behind social issues. 

Register for:  Spring 2016

Course Title Course CRN Day Time
Social Problems SOCI 1306.016 25354 T/TH 9:25 am - 10:40 am
Liberal Arts Math MATH 1332.017 11828 T/TH 10:50 am - 12:05 pm



Lisa Black, Professor of English,, (210) 486-0347
Terri Slonaker, Professor of Math, , (210) 486-1320

FALL 2015 Learning Community Courses:

Engineering & Math  

  This Learning Community is designed for student pursuing an engineering degree.

  • Students work closely with faculty, advisors and tutors
  • Assistance with transfer plans
  • Networking with local engineering organizations
  • Connect to employers and job opportunities
  • Geared for Veterans interested in majoring in Engineering
  • Opportunities for engineering-related scholarships, undergraduate research, internships and field trips
Course Title Course CRN Day Time
Intro to Engineering ENGR 1201.010 15435 T/TH 1:40 pm - 3:55 pm
College Algebra MATH 11414.120 28223 T/TH 6:00 om - 8:00 pm


 For more information contact:

Klaus Bartels , Professor of Math, , (210) 486-1301, CAC 238 
Dr. Dan Dimitriu, Professor of Engineering, , (210) 486-1309, CAC 238
Link to Engineering & Math flyer (pdf)


American Sign Language & English  

Sign of the Times: Learning 2 Languages

  • Explore the history of cultural literacy of the deaf community through documentary film.
  • Differentiate between the types of literacy through the arts.
  • Understand the adaptations of English language learners.
  • Learn to talk to a person who can't hear.
  • Analyze and interpret rhetoric of documentary film.
Course Title Course CRN Day Time
American Sign Language 1  SLNG 1304.001  14535 M/W 8:00 am - 9:40 am
(Beg American Sign Language 1) (SNGL 1301.001) (14540)    
Composition I ENGL 1301.097  16724 M/W 10:50sm - 12:05 pm 

Melody Hull, Professor of ASL,, (210) 486-1111, NTC 109F
Dr. Patricia Portales, Professor of English, , (210) 486-0681, GH 204
Link to ASL & English flyer (pdf)

Sociology & Dance  


Dance is Culture, Culture is Dance

 Core sociological concepts of diaspora and fusion, gender roles and ethnicity, social structure and social change are reflected in our social dances.  Examine dance through a sociological lens as you learn popular ballroom dances.

Course Title Course CRN Day Time
 Sociology SOCI 1301.075 23254 T/TH 9:25 am - 10:40 am
Ballroom Dance DANC 1128.002 15338 T/TH  10:50 am - 12:05 pm

For more information contact:
Terri Slonaker, Professor of Sociology, , (210) 486-1333, MLC 608
George Anne Simpson, Professor of Dance,, (210) 486-1021, CPEC 131J
Link to Dance & Sociology flyer (pdf) 


English & Criminal Justice 


 And Justice for ALL?

 Students will learn about racial and gender discrimination, income inequality, wrongful conviction, police misconduct and abuse of power.
 (*This course is for Honors Academy students.)

Course Title Course CRN Day Time
 English Comp 1 ENGL 1301.040 15275 M/W 9:25 am - 10:40 am
Intro to Criminal Justice CRIJ 1301.007 18595 M/W  10:50 am - 12:05 pm



Laurie Lopez-Coleman, Professor of English,, (210) 486-0663, GH 223C
Tiffany Cox, Professor of Criminal Justice, , (210) 486-0835, OC 331
Link to English & Criminal Justice flyer (pdf)