Learning Support Classes

The mission of the Learning Support Program is to provide you with a quality education that emphasizes the basic academic and study skills needed to succeed in college. 

Student-oriented program goals

  • to assist students in becoming competent successful college students
  • to provide educational and social environments that promote and facilitate student learning
  • to offer numerous Learning Support classes that teach study skills and basic academic skills
  • to provide study skill workshops and academic support for vocational classes

College Success

College Success Strategies (LRNS 111)

Provides an indepth opportunity for you to learn and adopt methods that promote success in college and in life.   Topics to be explored include critical thinking, communication skills, managing health, memory, diversity and relationships, test- taking strategies, fears about college, time management, notetaking, stress management, research techniques, basic computer skills, money management, basic reading strategies, and +campus policies and resources. This is a 3-credit course offered in Fall and Spring. Check the Course Schedule.


Math 095 and 096 Skills Courses
(LRNS 095 & 096)

Provides academic support for Math 095 or Math 096. Utilizes large and small group instruction to provide opportunities for you to improve basic math skills and study skills, helping you succeed in your Math 095 or Math 096 course. Academic tutoring and computerized lab instruction are offered in addition to group instruction. S/U grading. These courses may be repeated with instructor approval and are not applicable towards any degree or certificate. These courses are offered in the Fall and Spring. Check the Course Schedule.

For more information

We are located in the East Classroom Complex - Room 1307.

LuAnn Walton
(505) 566-3781

Sharon Brown
(505) 566-3340