The Humanities Division offers a flexible program of study preparing students for transfer to a four-year institution's Communications, Humanities, Liberal Arts, or Fine Arts program. The Division also provides communications and humanities elective courses that are essential to the general education core and, therefore, to the graduation requirements of all programs offered at Reading Area Community College.
Additionally, the College's English as a Second Language (ESL) program is housed in the Humanities Division. The ESL program offers credit-bearing courses for bilingual (speaking English and another language) and non-native English speaking students (speaking English as a second or third language).
Programs of Study - Humanities Division
|Associate in Arts Degree (AA)|
The Humanities program has been suspended and we are not accepting any new applications.
Humanities Division Faculty & Staff
|Dr. Karen Jacobson||Assistant Dean||5092|
|Stephanie J. Andersen||Instructor (Writing)||5085|
|Susan Charron||Associate Professor (Reading and Writing)||5012|
|Dr. Christopher Costello||Instructor||5088|
|Joey Flamm Costello||Instructor||5087|
|Dr. Bahar Diken||Associate Professor (Writing)||5035|
|Susan Duby||Assistant Professor (Art)||5090|
|Dr. Joanne E. Gabel||Professor (Writing and Literature)||5093|
|Alexis Jardine||Associate Professor (Spanish)||5091|
|Dr. Elena Lawrick||Assistant Professor (ESL, Writing)||5094|
|David Leight||Associate Professor (Writing and Literature)||5086|
|Dwight Rinehart||Assistant Professor (Reading/Study Skills)||5097|
|Dr. Judith Schum||Professor (Writing, Literature, and Speech)||5252|
|Dr. Donna Singleton||Professor (Writing)||5096|
|Trudy Snyder||Administrative Specialist||6216|