A learning community is a class that combines two or three academic courses into a single college class - a group of students and faculty members who meet together in RLRC to explore a class theme. These classes are ten or fifteen credits, and they are a great way to meet your AA-degree and transfer requirements.
Succeed and Achieve
Current and prospective students each have an academic advisor, chosen based on their major or undecided status. Students can see who their advisor is by looking in DragonZone. Advisors help students plan their academic and vocational future by clarifying assessment results, enrollment restrictions, course selection, degree options, and transfer information. Some RLRC faculty members provide such academic advising services for GED referrals and students in learning communities or developmental education classes.
HCC's retention program monitors students' attendance in selected classes, helps students with time management and scheduling, and refers students to tutoring and other support services.