Welcome to the Learning Communities

A learning community is an exciting new way to take courses at Downtown Campus. We are now at 321 State Street.

A learning community is a group of students who take two or more courses together. The courses are coordinated by two or more faculty who work closely together. Typically each learning community has a theme. Most writing assignments and projects are coordinated and are used in the Learning Community courses.

The Learning Communities for Fall 2019 at the Downtown Campus are:

Theme: Just Write – Effective Writing for Careers in Law & Criminal Justice

For the programs in Criminal Justice, please contact Valerie Olivieri at 585-686-6009 or volivieri@monroecc.edu

CRJ 101 CL2 (crn 13629) (Introduction to Criminal Justice) 
CRJ 103 CL2 (crn 13630) (Constitutional Law)
TRS 200 CL2 (crn 23915) (Integrated Reading &  Writing )
  SEE ABOVE NOTE

CRJ 101 CL1 (crn 10621) (Intro to Criminal Justice)
CRJ 103 CL1 (crn 10593) (Constitutional Law)
TRS 200 CL1 (crn 20275) (Integrated Reading & Writing)
  SEE ABOVE NOTE

LAW 101 CL1 (crn 19424) (Introduction to Law)
TRS 100 CL1 (crn 21945) (Integrated Reading & Writing) 
COS 133 CL1 (crn 10762) (College Orientation and Success Strategies)
  SEE ABOVE NOTE

Here are other Learning Communities in other departments:

EDUCATION

EDU 100 CL4 (crn 11143) (Introduction to Education)
COS 101 CL4  (crn 18618) (College Orientation Seminar)

Transitional Studies