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The mission of Eastfield College is to provide excellence in teaching and learning.

Engage, Discover, and COMPLETE in Learning Communities!

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Complete On-time via self-Motivation, Persistence, Leadership, Engagement, Transformation, and Excellence

What is a Learning Community?

At Easfield College a learning community is a group of students who take 2 or more classes together, work closely with professors and classmates, and successfully complete their first year.

Who should enroll in a Learning Community?

  • • First year students
  • • Continuing students
  • • Transfer students

Why should I enroll in a Learning Community?

  • • To make connections across the Learning Community cluster courses

  • • To feel more confident about being a college student

  • • To engage in campus events and study groups with your classmates

  • • To discover career opportunities by participating in guest speaker presentations, hands-on field trips, and other co-curricular activities
“The learning communities program ease the communication between students”
“We supported and helped each other”
-Learning Communities Students

How does a Learning Community work?

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…Complete!

  • • Second, check out the Learning Community cluster descriptions, and be prepared to take the Learning Community classes together
  • • Third, select and register for two or more linked classes in the Learning Community cluster that most interest you

For more information, contact the Office of Student Engagement & Retention (OSER) at 4OSER@dcccd.edu.