Community-Based Learning courses include community projects related to course material. These projects help students better understand the subject through firsthand experience, allow students to participate in community problem solving, and engage students with issues of values, leadership, and civic engagement.

Please communicate with the instructor if you would like to learn more about the specifics of the Community-Based Learning component in their course. To learn more about Community-Based Learning, please visit www.pcc.edu/cbl. Look for the Community-Based Learning identification below participating CRNs.

Integrated Community-Based Learning

Community-Based Learning is INTEGRATED (a required component) into the following CRNs (Refer to the schedule of classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details):

ART 140B CRN 22463 and CRN 22827; ART 140C CRN 22828; BA 101 CRN 20366; BI 202 CRN 20459; BI 213 CRN 24279; COMM 214 CRN 21784 and CRN 23350; ESOL 150 CRN 20645; HST 251 CRN 24382; PHL 202H CRN 22431; WR 90 CRN 25147; WR 122 CRN 20309

Optional Community-Based Learning

Community-Based Learning is an OPTION in the following CRNs (Refer to the schedule of classes for specific days, times, locations, and other details):

ART 140A CRN 22462 and CRN 22465; ART 140C CRN 22464; BA 101 CRN 20101; BA 224 CRN 21640;

BI 101 CRN 22506 and CRN 22526; BI 163 CRN 20420; BI 213 CRN 20044 and CRN 20622; FP 123 CRN 22348; HST 107 CRN 21511 and CRN 21512; MTH 20 CRN 23884 and CRN 23885; MTH 256 CRN 20385;

PL 103 CRN 21044 and CRN 26687; SOC 204 CRN 21505; SOC 205 CRN 21693; SOC 206 CRN 21579; SOC 218 CRN 23524; SOC 223 CRN 20597; SOC 228 CRN 24302; SOC 230 CRN 20751; WS 101 CRN 20723, CRN 21211, and CRN 26480; WS 202 CRN 21507