When you are a Lane ABSE/GED student you gain access to many support services.
Office Address: 4000 E 30th Ave
Building 11 - Room 219
Eugene, OR 97405-0640
Office Telephone: (541) 463-5723 ext. 2
Accommodations, advising, academic support for students dealing with any physical, mental, or emotional disability
Academic Advising/Career Counseling
Discover your possibilities and create strategies to deal with obstacles through personal counseling
Women in Transition
The Women's Center and Women in Transition programs plus other advocacy to provide women empowerment to improve their lives
The place to go for admissions, registration, financial aid and other enrollment-related services
Exploring Your School and Work Options
Everything You Want to Know About College
Make connections with important resources and services. Learn about the college web site, financial aid, scholarships, important dates, career exploration, and college costs.
Career exploration and career planning, job search coaching, and support
Lane hosts many free events such as:
- Career and Jobs Fair
- Scholarship and Financial Aid Workshops
Look on the Lane Homepage or check out the wall calendar in Main Campus, building 11, 2nd floor.
Clases en Español
Transiciones - para mujeres de hable hispana (Women in Transitions in Spanish)
Esta clase prepara a mujeres de hable hispana para que logren excelencia académica en su educación superior.
Cuidado Infantil (Child care certification courses in Spanish.)
Clases ofrecido en español para obtener su licencia y empezar un negocio de cuidado infantile.
Las clases de GED en español
Las clases de GED en español ofrecen instrucción en español para ayudar estudiantes a prepararse para pasar el GED en español.
Resources for High School Students
Ashton Kayser, Teen Advisor (see Advisors, above)
Scholarships and Tuition Waivers
GED Testing Scholarships
Limited funds are available to assist students with testing fees. Download this GED Test Fee Request form, complete all sections and then turn it into the ABSE Office for processing.
Graduates of our GED preparation classes are eligible to apply for a 6-credit tuition waiver. Check out our College Preparation page for more information.
Online Learning Resources for Registered Students
(check back for updates to hours and room numbers)
- Main campus: Bldg 11, Rm 255 hours posted on door
- Downtown campus:
- Cottage Grove:
- Junction City:
SkillsTutor for math and reading practice
GED Practice Tests
Accuplacer Practice Tests
Volunteer tutors are trained and assigned to ABSE/GED students on a case-by-case basis. Speak to your instructor to request a tutor. Tutors meet you at the school by appointment.
Academic Learning Skills (ALS) The Academic Learning Skills Department provides instruction at both the developmental and transfer levels to prepare students for success in lower division and career/technical courses and in work, family and community settings.
For more information, contact the Adult Basic and Secondary Education office at (541) 463-5214. We are open Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.