Centro de Aprendizaje Campus
Welcome to the Centro de Aprendizaje!
The Rasmussen College Centro de Aprendizaje (Learning Center) is a community education hub in southwest Chicago. It provides high school students and adult learners with academic coaching and advising, computer/internet access, study space and a bilingual staff. We hope those in the area will find it a welcome place to study. The Centro de Aprendizaje is just another way our graduates are helped toward success in our communities.
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Centro de Aprendizaje: Productivity and Knowledge at Its Core
- Access to computers and wireless internet
- Study and meeting space in a convenient location
- Academic coaching/advising and financial guidance on Rasmussen College programs
- Bilingual staff on-site
Through a long-standing partnership with AUSL, a nonprofit organization that manages more than 30 Chicago Public Schools (CPS), Rasmussen College has helped hundreds of high school students in Chicago reach graduation and successfully transition to college or the workforce. This partnership and the opening of the Centro de Aprendizaje are a continuation of Rasmussen College’s more than 118-year tradition of providing high-demand, affordable degree offerings and innovative learning options that meet the evolving needs of students.
The center provides high school students and adult learners with:
$865,000 Costs Students Saved Through AUSL Partnership
1,300 Students Served at Three Chicagoland Campuses
21 Computer Terminals
Campus Director Brings Her Passion and Dedication to Serve Bilingual Families at the Centro de Aprendizaje
For Claudia Lule, associate campus director of the Rasmussen College Centro de Aprendizaje, the new learning center is an initiative close to her heart. Lule understands the impact education can have on a person’s life. Watch the video to learn more about how Lule believes education can make a difference in people's lives.
Latest Centro de Aprendizaje News and Events
Associate Campus Director
“Through education, we can make a difference in people’s lives and that hits close to home.”
Supporting Individual and Community Success
High School Students
We have partnerships with seven high schools offering students college credit.
We support the academic interests of our three Rasmussen Chicagoland Campuses serving 1,300 students.
We strive to stay connected to our network of employers and offer comprehensive career support.
Centro de Aprendizaje Key Partners
Our high school partners offering students college credit:
- Bowen High School
- Chicago Academy High School
- Collins Academy High School
- Harlan Community Academy High School
- Hirsch Metropolitan High School
- John Hope College Prep
- Loyola High School
- Ombudsman Chicago
- Orr Academy High School
- Phillips Academy High School
- Paul Robeson High School
- Solorio Academy High School
- York Alternative High School