The Humanities Division at El Camino College offers a wide variety of courses in its departments: English, English as a second language (ESL), foreign languages, journalism, and library information science.
Humanities courses in our division assist students in strengthening and refining their skills in a variety of academic courses while furthering their educational goals.
Courses in English, ESL, and foreign languages range from basic to advanced. As the largest division on campus, we are proud of our quality faculty, who keep current with both their research and practical knowledge of their respective fields.
Humanities Division office hours are by appointment only. To make an appointment with a Humanities Division dean, please email them directly (contact information below). Every effort will be made to conduct these appointments by phone or email.
Students enrolled in Humanities fall classes must be available for online meetings at the times listed in the online schedule.
All classes are being delivered online for fall session unless defined as essential under current state directives.
To understand time commitments, please see the information listed under the “meeting information” column in the online schedule. You have two choices:
Humanities Counselors: Counseling Services are now available in a virtual environment. The following link will take you directly to online access to the Humanities Division Counselors, Sabra Sabio, Maribel Hernandez, and Rocio Diaz: Humanities Counselors
ESL Online Services: Lorena Garcia and Kenya Alvarez are coordinating ESL Placement Testing. To chat, schedule appointments or send messages, visit Warrior Welcome Center (WWC) Online Support Services.
Repeat a Course: If a student receives a substandard grade (D, F or NP) or withdraws (W) from a course once, the student may repeat the course for a second time without permission.
Students who have taken a course twice but earned a substandard grade or dropped the course (D, F, NP or W), may submit a petition to repeat the course for a third time.
Online Tutoring: Online Tutoring Services available, specifically, Chinese, French, Japanese and Spanish are available. Access Tutoring Resources
Debra Breckheimer, Dean
Scott Kushigemachi, Associate Dean
Michele Bynum, Administrative Assistant
Tracy Ann Wilson, Secretary
Charlotte Koyanagi, Clerical Assistant
Helen Wada, Clerical Assistant