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Community Learning

Meeting the needs of professional educators by forming a community with the common goal of completing a master's degree. This is a unique format that supports best practices, based on cutting-edge theory, within a supportive and caring environment. It's an affordable and challenging way to gain knowledge by working with a group that has the same goals and passions as you.

Program Structure

  • Communities meet five weekends per semester
  • Compact summer sessions
  • Online instruction to reinforce weekend meetings


  • All community learning models are facilitated by college prefessors and practioners.
  • Each community is comprised of 20-55 professionals in all subject areas, grade levels and special service areas.

Communities Forming Fall 2016

Communities are forming to start Fall 2016 in Fremont, South Sioux City and Norfolk.

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Student Experience & Success

"I have learned so much from the members of the community, more than I ever learned in any class. It's like having 40 professors, plus the facilitators push you to try new things and to expand your mind and way of thinking..."