About Lane

Is Lane right for you? Let's find out! Do you value small class sizes taught by faculty who know you by name and are personally invested in your success? If so, then Lane is a great option for you. With campus locations in Eugene, Cottage Grove, and Florence, Lane is known for its innovative programs, high quality instruction and commitment to sustainability. As a student at Lane, you can enroll full-time, part-time or take non-credit courses for a variety of interests.

Quick Facts
10,464
average enrollment
6
campuses and teaching locations
$5,123
annual costs (3 terms, 15 credits)
100%
acceptance rate
Academics
40+
Career and Technical programs
2,000
student internships annually
25
average class size
50+
Transfer Areas
Life at Lane
20+
student clubs & groups
54%
campus waste recycled or reused annually
50
Bike Lane bicycles loaned out free per term
10
Titan Athletics Teams
Eugene Metro Area
210
food carts in Eugene
41
miles of multi-use trails bordering the Willamette River
159,190
population of Eugene
65
miles to the Oregon Coast or the nearest ski resort
16,740
average enrollment
6
campuses and teaching locations
$4,915
annual costs (3 terms, 15 credits)
100%
acceptance rate
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A Supportive Environment

"Lane Community College helped me pursue my dreams of becoming a classroom aide and eventually a broadcast journalist," said LCC student Maria Sollo Diaz. "My ESL instructor prioritized my understanding of the English language, which contributed to my success." Read Maria's story.

Programs & Degrees

What type of student are you going to be?

Lane offers many different educational opportunities—we truly have something for everyone! Do you need credit courses that transfer to a university? Are you interested in career training? Would you like to earn college credit while still in high school? Lane has all of this and more! Which option is right for you?

Transfer Degree

Lane is the smart start to your four-year degree! Complete your first two years at Lane and save up to $11,200 on tuition and fees.* Then transfer to a university as a junior. See a list of Transfer Plans here.

* Compared to University of Oregon tuition and fees.

Career and Technical Education

Start your career here! Lane offers more than 40 professional and technical programs to help prepare you for a career in two years or less. Earn a degree or certificate in a variety of industries and fields including aviation, culinary, nursing, and lots more. View a complete list of program options here.

Continuing Education

Pursue your passion or try something new! Lane offers a wide range of continuing education classes and workshops for personal and professional interests. Learn more.

High School Connections

Get an early start and save money on your college education! Lane's High School Connections program allows you to earn college credit as a high school student. Take college-level courses through College Now, or enroll in professional and technical courses through the RTEC program.

GED

Start on your path to success and enroll in Lane's General Education Development (GED) program for an opportunity to earn your high school equivalency certificate.

Important Dates
8/24/16
Fall financial aid priority processing deadline
9/23/16
deadline for Fall term application
9/28/16
Fall term begins
Estimated Costs
$102.50
per credit (in-state tuition)
$1,708
tuition & fees per term (15 credits)
$5,123
annual tuition & fees (3 terms, 15 credits each)
2/15/16
Spring financial aid priority processing deadline
3/24/16
deadline for Spring term application
3/28/16
Spring term begins

Getting Started

Are you ready to start your success at Lane? Our staff is eager to help you get there. No matter what path you want to take, our academic advisors and faculty are always in your court. Stop by, explore Lane, and find out why being a Titan is a great way to start your success.

Attend an Event

Are you ready to Explore Lane? We can't wait to have you and your family on campus to learn about all the opportunities Lane has to offer. While you're checking out our campus, you can also meet faculty and learn about our student clubs and organizations. Register for an Explore Lane event today. See you soon!

Schedule a Tour

Thinking about becoming a Titan? Let's go on a campus tour! One of our Student Ambassadors will take you through campus and show you the ins and outs of what makes Lane a great place to get an education. To schedule a tour, call (541) 463-5678 or email outreach@lanecc.edu.

Meet with an Academic Advisor

We're in the business of helping you achieve your dreams, and we can't wait to discuss your future! Our academic advisors will help you find your passion and succeed here at Lane. Email us or call (541) 463-5678 to schedule an appointment.

Request More Information

Looking to dig a little deeper into Lane Community College? Fill out the form and we'll send you some Titan reading material!

Apply

Ready to become a Titan? Apply today!

Learn About Financial Aid

Lane is very affordable compared to other educational institutions. However, we understand that higher education can get expensive. We offer great resources for financial aid to ensure our current and future students have the opportunity to get a high-quality education. Learn more about Lane's financial aid resources and scholarship opportunities.

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Embracing Diversity on Campus

Lane was one of the first community colleges in the nation to build a Native American longhouse. The longhouse offers Native American-related classes and hosts cultural events throughout the year. Learn more.

Life at Lane

Lane is a place where you can achieve your dream, no matter what your passions or interests are. We know life outside the classroom is an important part of your college experience. Lane offers lots of opportunities to get involved so you can explore new interests, collaborate with other students, form lifelong friendships, and even give back to your community. How will you experience life at Lane?

Live at Titan Court

Titan Court is Lane's student housing complex conveniently located in the heart of downtown Eugene just a few steps away from our Downtown Campus. You're also close to the main bus station and lots of city hot spots. Living at Titan Court is a great way to meet other students and make the most of your college experience.

Titan Court Facts:

  • The building is LEED Gold certified.
  • Each apartment is fully furnished, including a flat screen TV and a desk.
  • You can hang out in the community area on your floor, unwind in the game room, or challenge your roommates to foosball in the main lobby.
  • Each floor is equipped with high-tech washers and dryers. You even get a text when your laundry is done!
  • Titan Court is within walking distance from a grocery store, the city library, a movie theater, and lots of places to grab coffee or a bite to eat.
  • Learn more about living at Titan Court!
Clubs & Student Organizations

Student clubs and organizations are the perfect way for you to get more involved at Lane. With a growing list of student-run clubs, cultural groups, volunteer opportunities, and many other organizations, there is something for everyone. If you have a new idea, you can even start your own club. Plus, being active in student groups will enhance your resume and help you develop new connections. Check out one of the organizations below, or check out a complete list.

Titan Athletics

Lane athletes know all about Feeling The Power! We have ten athletic teams that compete in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). Lane is committed to helping you achieve your dreams as a student athlete. Our coaches can assist you with transferring to a four-year college or university after you graduate. While our coaches actively recruit student athletes for Titan teams, walk-ons are also welcome.

Learn more about joining a Lane Titan team

Explore Eugene

Eugene is a diverse town with lots of exciting places to explore. Our vibrant downtown is home to Lane’s Downtown Campus and Titan Court as well as Voodoo Doughnut, Fifth Street Market, and many more local restaurants, cafes, and shops. Foodies will love sampling selections from our thriving food cart scene!

If you consider yourself an adventure seeker, take advantage of all of the outdoor activities available just a few steps from campus including hiking, rock climbing, and kayaking. Or take a day trip and explore one of Oregon’s many attractions. Within a short drive from Eugene, you can visit Portland, Bend, the coast, or the mountains.

Information for Parents

Everyone deserves the chance to go to college, and Lane provides more than just a degree. Students will discover a unique and valuable college experience that prepares them to be successful in the classroom and in life. Lane is an affordable investment in higher education and offers small classes, diverse degree pathways, and faculty who are personally committed to helping students reach their full potential.

Academics

Lane offers educational opportunities for all types of students! Whether your student aspires to attend a four-year university or prefers a two-year career technical program, Lane is a great place to start. Check out the options below or speak with someone in Counseling and Advising for additional assistance in helping your student choose the best path.

Paying for College

We know it can be stressful figuring out how to pay for a college education. Lane offers students and their families assistance accessing federal and state funding sources to help meet the costs of their educational goals. In fact, 86% of full-time Lane students receive financial aid. Use the links below to learn more about Lane’s tuition and fees and financial aid resources.

Explore lane

The best way to experience the Lane culture is to come visit! Each month, Lane hosts “Explore Lane,” an opportunity for you and your student to visit campus for an in-depth exploration of what Lane has to offer. While you're here, you can also meet faculty and learn about student clubs and organizations. See you soon!

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