Fine arts, communication and humanities
Guided Pathway Division
The Fine Arts, Communication and Humanities Guided Pathway provides coursework designed to prepare students for rewarding careers in fields that employ professional writers, artists, and communication specialists. Students within these fields of study will develop mastery in creative and analytical modes of expression and research, leading to a variety of different career paths in creative industries, education, government, and business.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Access is limited to Compton College, but we're here to help in many ways.
- While the majority of student support services remain online, students may make an appointment to utilize the Student Health Center and Enrollment Services in Tartar Village. Walk-in services are available at the Library-Student Success Center, and the Bookstore is open for students and employees.
- The majority of classes will remain online for Fall 2021 and Winter 2022. There will be limited in-person labs and classes on campus. Please refer to the class schedule for details.
- Community members may use the track Monday-Friday, 4:00-7:30 a.m.
- Visit the Compton College COVID-19 webpage for more information.
Please remember to follow these health and safety protocols:
- Only employees, students, construction workers, and approved individuals may enter (and remain) on campus.
- Students, please refer to the Student Information and Communications webpage for current Entry to Campus Protocol.
- Face coverings are required on campus.
DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
Communication Studies (AAT)
English as a Second Language (ESL) - non-credit program
General Studies (AA) with an emphasis in:
Arts & Humanities; Culture & Communications; or Fine & Applied Arts
Music (AA and CERT)
Studio Arts (AAT)
Transfer Studies (CERT)
OTHER COURSES AVAILABLE: Degree or certificate not available at Compton College.
Academic Strategies, Dance, English as a Second Language, Film/Video, Humanities, Japanese, Journalism, Library Science, Philosophy, Sign Language/Interpreter, Theatre
Explore the programs and maps designed to help you reach your educational and career goals.
Dr. Rebekah Blonshine
Dean of Student Success
310-900-1600, ext. 2235
L-SSC, Room 103
Dr. Valerie Woodward
Division Chair - FACH
310-900-1600, ext. 2239
Senior Administrative Assistant
310-900-1600, ext. 2136
L-SSC, Room 104
Instructional Division Coordinator
310-900-1600, ext. 2543
L-SSC, Room 202
Guided Pathways Counselor
Guided Pathways Counselor
Guided Pathway Counselor
Student Services Advisor
Fine Arts, Communications & Humanities GPD Staff and Faculty - Click Here
STUDENT SUCCESS PROGRAMS:
- Student Success Plan Implementation
- Learning Communities
- Student Success Center
- Supplemental Instruction
- Math and Science Center
- Reading and Writing Center
- Academic Tutoring