Learning Skills Program
The Learning Skills Program assists students with learning disabilities by providing assessment, advising, and liaison with campus instructors and programs.
Learning Resources 296 – Diagnostic Learning
Individual assessment of learning strengths and weaknesses to determine eligibility for services as an adult with learning disabilities. Students also meet in small group sessions to learn strategies and self-advocacy skills related to their specific learning disabilities.
Learning Resources 259 – Writing Strategies
Designed for students with learning disabilities to master techniques and strategies for writing ranging from sentences to research papers. Students are required to co-enroll in a mainstream English course.
Learning Resources 276 – Learning Strategies in Algebra and Geometry
Introduces students to concepts in algebra and geometry. Students with learning disabilities master learning strategies in mathematics appropriate to their learning strengths and weaknesses. Students are required to co-enroll in a mainstream Math course.
Learning Resources 277 – Introduction to Mathematical Concepts and Strategies
Mastering quantitative concepts and developing problem-solving skills in mathematics. Students are required to co-enroll in a mainstream Math course.
Call the DSPS office at 510-748-2328 to make an appointment with a counselor.
The Mission of College of Alameda is to serve the educational needs of its diverse
community by providing comprehensive and flexible programs and resources that
empower students to achieve their goals.