Welcome to The Learning Center
All of our services are online for Fall 2020 and can be found on the Canvas Learning Center page. In order to use the virtual Learning Center, please follow these steps:
Step 1: Register for the Learning Center (Click here for directions or to see the directions on the bottom right of this page).
- Step 2: Click this link to
connect to the Learning Center Canvas page. Enter your WebAdvisor username and password, and then click on SAC Learning Center.
Questions about registering or what to expect when you go to the Learning Center Canvas page? Watch the video below.
Contact us by email or phone
Directions for Communicating on Zoom
Click here to watch a video about how to join a Zoom meeting.
If you have downloaded Zoom on your computer, and you are joining through the Zoom program, click "Join with Computer Audio" if you have a microphone, and then click "Chat" on the bottom menu bar of Zoom.
If you have not downloaded Zoom, and you are joining from an internet browser, please click "Join Audio by Computer" if you have a microphone, and then click "Chat" on the bottom menu bar of Zoom.
If you are joining from a phone or tablet, please click "Join Audio" on the bottom menu bar of the Zoom app. In addition, please click "Participants" and then "Chats" on the bottom menu bar of Zoom.
The mission of the Santa Ana College Learning Center is to provide quality supplemental learning activities in reading, writing, modern languages, and communication studies, utilizing an innovative delivery of instruction. The Learning Center offers personalized one on one instruction, customized directed learning activities, state of the art computer software programs, and student success workshops in a dynamic learning environment.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students in the Learning Center will be able to:
Identify the Learning Center as a place for receiving conferencing/ tutoring, attending workshops and working independently on directed learning activities.
Apply knowledge gained in the Learning Center to improve class performance, subject understanding and course grades.