The Office of Academic and Student Affairs (OASA) provides the leadership and collaboration that supports a student centered learning environment at Lane Community College. The focused work of OASA crosses credit and non-credit instruction for professional-technical programs, transfer degree programs, and community education and workforce development. OASA provides leadership for curricular and co-curricular learning, support for the integration of Academic and Student Affairs (ASA), and leadership for continuous assessment and innovation efforts for the college.
Photographed from left to right:
Dawn DeWolf, Mary Jeanne Kuhar, Maurice Hamington, Kerry Levitt, Bill Schuetz
Craig Taylor, Anna Malliris, Julie Skidgel,
not pictured: Sara Fox, Liz Pratt, Barbara Bailey