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Reading/Writing Learning Center
A key component of the English Language Arts Division, the Reading/Writing Learning Center complements the courses offered in the Reading and English Departments by offering an alternative to classroom learning. The Reading/Writing Learning Center, located in Holt 201, offers individualized support to students throughout their college experience and serves those who wish to improve their comprehension and production of college-level material. The Center provides a range of services: students can receive one-on-one help in writing assignments for Delta College courses; students can take English 73, a two-unit writing course; students can take Reading 98 lab courses, which provide individualized, self-paced, and/or small group instruction in reading and learning skills. The Reading 98 lab courses range from basic comprehension skills through critical reading. Students interested in serving as tutors should contact the Reading/Writing Learning Center. Students interested in using the Center should stop by Holt 201 for more information. The Center is open from Monday to Friday, days and evenings.
This English Department facility, located within the Reading and Writing Center, is a computer lab for students to use during scheduled English courses. Internet access is available. Some instructors hold classes in this room by arrangement.
Puente—Bridge to Success
Puente students succeed academically, are recognized as leaders and scholars, graduate from four-year colleges and universities and belong to a statewide network of leaders and professionals. Many components work together to prepare Puente students to transfer to four-year universities: English instruction, counseling, and mentors.
Extended Opportunities Programs and Services
The Goal of EOPS is to support, guide, recruit, and retain students that need assistance based on their educational disadvantage and low-income status, and to increase the number and percentage of EOPS students: who successfully complete their chosen educational objectives; who are successfully placed in career employment; and who transfer to four year institutions, after completing educational programs at community colleges.
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