Learning Skills Program
Student Accessibility Services HOURS and Location
Monday – Friday:
8:00-4:00 (hours may vary through June-July)
Scheduled Summer 2021 Services Closures: July 5 (Independence Day – observed)
Location: SAS Main Office (D117)
Lynn Rex, Ph.D. – Learning Disabilities Specialist 510-748-2388
TO ENROLL: Meet with a College of Alameda SAS Counselor. Appointments can be scheduled using our Online SAS Appointment Scheduling System, or by calling our Live SAS Assistance phone number 510-463-4899 (Mon-Fri 10:00-2:00).
The Learning Skills Program (LSP) assists students with learning disabilities by providing assessment, advising, instruction, 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.
All LSP classes are taught in L-210 (second floor of the library).