Co-Chair, Reading Department
Office: BGS 202
Office: BGS 301
Academic Reading Center
Location: LRC 215
Monday 11 am - 3 pm
The Saddleback College Reading Department is dedicated to facilitating student achievement and academic success with emphasis placed on serving the needs of the expanding, diverse populations of the South Orange County Community College District.
In addition, the Department serves as a resource for college faculty and members of the community.
The multilevel reading program includes both a range of developmental and college level classes and independent labs designed to improve vocabulary, reading comprehension, study skills, reading rates, spelling, and critical thinking. State-of-the-art technology and software programs form the core of the independent reading labs.
Please click here for further details on the Academic Reading Program.
Academic Reading Strategies
Academic Reading and Allied Health Material
Healthcare Career Readiness Program. Fast Track to Success
The Saddleback College Allied Healthcare Readiness Project
Basic Skills Faculty Resources
How Do I Get My Students to Read Their Textbooks?
A Handbook of Useful Strategies for Student Engagement
Reading Program Newsletters: