Many adults choose community college courses for continued learning to enrich themselves and satisfy their leisure needs, despite having completed formal education. We explored the relationship between learning motivation, learning satisfaction, leisure satisfaction, and learning performance among community college students attending classes in Taipei City. A total of 1,011 participants were recruited. Structural equation modeling was used to examine the validity of the questionnaires and test our hypotheses. Furthermore, we determined whether the two types of satisfaction acted as mediators by testing a dual mediation paths model. Learning motivation, learning satisfaction, leisure satisfaction, and learning performance were significantly and positively correlated. Additionally, learning and leisure satisfaction had complete mediating effects, with the indirect effect of learning satisfaction being relatively stronger than that of leisure satisfaction.