New Student Resources
Welcome to New Student Resources. As a new SOAR student, you are offered resources for your success at Lane, right here on this page. Lane Community College offers the following Student Services to assist you in your academic goals. Please click on individual titles to be redirected to the respective website. Here is a campus map for your convenience.
Academic Advising Syllabus
Prepare yourself for your academic advising session to maximize your experience and expectations. Find out what you can expect from our team of counselors and academic advisors, and what they will expect from you.
Advising and Counseling
Counselors and Advisors provide new student information and advising on course selection for Lane and transfer programs. Lane counselors and counseling interns can help you manage issues such as feelings associated with anxiety and depression, financial stress, relational issues, and family dynamics. All services are available on a drop-in basis during open hours. A limited number of on-going, weekly personal counseling appointments are available each term. Located in Building #1, Room 103.
When you pay for the credit classes you are taking at LCC's main campus or the Downtown Center, a bus pass is yours at no additional charge! So, you do the math...spend a wad of cash on car payments, gasoline, insurance, and maintenance...or save some money by riding the bus to school. And, you'll arrive at school refreshed and ready for your day, not frazzled from traffic and parking. For information on how to get your bus pass, click on "Bus Pass."
Career and Employment Services
The mission of Career and Employment Services is to provide comprehensive, high quality career information, employment services, assist with myLane functions, and scholarship resources for Lane students, graduates, and community members. Located in Building #1, Room 102.
Center for Accessible Resources
Center for Accessible Resources (CAR) works closely with students and staff to understand barriers in the learning environment for students with disabilities. Advisors collaborate with students to identify and implement accommodations to create access to the learning environment, assist students in developing strategies for their college success, and provide resources and referral information. In addition, the department provides consultation and education to faculty and staff so they can work effectively with students who are receiving accommodations. Located in Building #1, Room 218.
The Child and Family Education Department provides a whole village of support for children and families by providing quality child care, resource and referral services, and early childhood education instruction to staff, students and the community.
Enrollment and Student Financial Services
The Enrollment and Student Financial Services department at Lane is the place to go for information and assistance for admissions, registration, financial aid and other enrollment-related services. Located in Building #1, Lobby.
The LCC Health Clinic provides free or low-cost health care services to Lane students and employees, including treatment for most acute illnesses, minor injuries, and many chronic conditions. Appointments are preferred; the Health Clinic is open when school is in session. We also provide information and referrals to community resources. The clinic participates in the Oregon CCare (family planning) program. Students who pay the Health Clinic Fee when registering for classes are eligible to use the clinic, which is staffed by doctors, nurse practitioners, a nurse and a medical technologist. A number of students work in the clinic as part of their co-operative clinical experience or in Federal work study positions. All services provided are confidential. Located in Building #18, Room 101.
Lane Honors Program
The Honors Program provides high-performing, motivated students with a challenging and transformative learning experience and the opportunity to graduate from Lane with honors. Benefits include honors classes designed to foster scholarly inquiry, collaborative learning, creativity and independent thinking; honors transcript and diploma recognition; faculty mentorship through a Capstone project; special honors seminars and events; and honors advising. For more information or to apply online visit the Lane Honors Program website.
Lane is Proud to be Tobacco-Free
On September 27, 2010, Lane's 30th Avenue core campus became tobacco- free. Smoking is allowed in four designated areas in the perimeter of campus. These four designated smoking areas are in Parking Lots B, L, M and N (West, South, East and North of the campus core). The Cottage Grove, Downtown and Florence campuses are also tobacco-free. A tobacco-free campus is more aesthetically pleasing, welcoming and accessible to all students, environmentally sustainable, and decreases risk of fires. If you need help quitting, contact the Lane Community College Health Clinic to make an appointment and get prescription medications like Chantix at no cost or a reduced cost.
The Library provides students with research help; access to computers, books, videos, and online databases; and help with computers. It is a welcoming place to study and to discover resources, and much of the library's collection is available online. Visit the library and meet the staff, and explore all the resources on the Library's website. The following videos will help you get acquainted:
- Library Tour (video)
- The Reference Desk (video)
- The Circulation Desk (video)
- The Laptop Help Desk (video)
Located in the Center Building, Second floor.
The Science Resource Center (SRC) houses services and materials to help you succeed in your science classes.
- Science Tutors available throughout the operating hours.
- Instructors meet students in the SRC and offer small study sessions.
- Study alone/groups using lab materials and study aids.
- Computers available for science and math work only; specialized software available.
- Open Study: Models, large tables, white boards available for large/small groups.
- Quiet Study: This room is shared with the Math Resource Center.
- Main Room : Tutor area; check-out desk for services, books, and other materials; lab area with microscopes, computers, and scales.
- A&P Study Room: Pre-nursing and biology study, with models, keys, computers; tutors available.
- Testing Rooms: Tests and quizzes arranged by Science instructors.
Located in Building #16, Room 193.
Lane Community College now offers housing at Titan Court for students enrolled in at least 6 credits at any accredited college or university. Titan Court is located near the LCC downtown center and the LTD bus station. Gather a group of friends, or let the Titan Court team find a compatible roommate(s) for you. For more information visit Titan Court.
The Titan Store is your one-stop resource for textbooks and course materials, computers and electronics, school supplies, Titan spirit gear and much more. The Titan Store offers a variety of programs and services to support your textbook and supplies needs to include online ordering, Deferred Billing services, textbook buyback programs, and friendly and knowledgeable staff. Located in the Center Building, Third floor.
TRiO is a federally funded student support program.
The eligibility to become a TRiO student:
- Must be a full-time student (at least 12 credits)
- Planning on graduating with a 2-year degree or transferring to a 4-year college
And one of the following must apply:
- First generation going to college
- Meeting financial need guidelines
- Disability that interferes with your education
Our services include:
- Academic and career counseling
- Computer labIndividual and small group tutoring
- Special workshops and classes each term
- Visits to Oregon four-year collegesPersonal counseling
- Study groups
Located in Building #1, Room 219.
Tutoring is for all successful students!
Research has shown that when students engage with the subject by studying with another or seeking assistance from tutors, understanding, success and grades improve. LCC offers free drop-in tutoring in most academic subjects at a variety of locations. Most tutors are also students of either LCC or UO. The link will direct you to more information about free tutoring. Viosit Tutor Central for tutor locations by department.
The Women's Program offers courses to assist women as they start college such as Women In Transition and Transiciones, for Spanish speaking women. The Women's Center is a lounge space for students to study, get information or referrals, and assistance with Financial Aid applications or using Lane's online information/registration systems. Transiciones and Women in Transition both have individual advising available. Located in Building #1, Room 202.
WorkSource Lane at LCC
WorkSource Lane is dedicated to helping individuals learn new skills, find employment and progress in their careers. Friendly and experienced staff are ready to help you get back to work! WorkSource Lane is open to the community. We exist to help you find new or different employment. Located in Building #19, Room 265.