About Student Life & Leadership Development
Student Services Building #1, Rooms 201 & 206
The Student Life and Leadership Development Office is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m and on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Office personnel provide guidance and leadership for students to supplement their educational experiences and encourage them to assume responsibility and self-direction for their own personal and educational growth.
Nonacademic activities may be scheduled by contacting the Student Life and Leadership Development Office. Events may include formation of clubs and organizations, political activities, meetings, information tables, films, sales for nonprofit groups, markets and other activities.
Graduation Information - Student Life and Leadership Development is responsible for the graduation ceremonies for credit students and GED graduates.
Student Life and Leadership Development also coordinates welcome week activities (the second week of each term), a winter Holiday Bazaar, works with AARP and coordinates the space for free tax help and other activities as well.
Free Tax Help
Free tax help will begin Tuesday, February 4 and will run Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the South end of the cafeteria until April 15, 2014. This service is first come first serve and sponsored by American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). Please bring W2, 1099, financial aid documentation and all other pertinent income information. For more information contact Tina Lymath at (541) 463-5336.
For a list of other free tax help sites throughout Lane County see the AARP Tax Aide Locator.
ASLCC Student Government (Associated Students of Lane Community College) Offices are located in the Student Services Building #1, Room 210. The ASLCC legislative body is the Senate, composed of four executive Officers, ten senators, and six student staff positions (appointed, non-voting positions). The purpose of ASLCC is to represent student interests and concerns and to promote student involvement in all phases of college life. Primary financing for ASLCC comes from mandatory student fees which are supervised by the director of Student Life and Leadership Development.
Contact the ASLCC president or the Student Life and Leadership Development Office if you would like to:
- Serve on a college committee
- Form an organization
- Plan an activity
- Become involved in student government
- Make suggestions and express concerns
The Student Resource Center (SRC) is a branch of the ASLCC. It is located on the second floor of Building 1, Room 206 and is a student-operated service organization funded by the Associated Students of Lane Community College. SRC personnel help students to resolve nonacademic problems both on campus and in the community. Direct services provided by the SRC include assistance and referrals in areas of housing, transportation, student organizations, voter registration, and other special student interests. Free coffee is offered every Wednesday.
Legal advice is free to all students who take credit classes on the main campus and are assessed the mandatory student activity fee. Beginning August 1, 2012 ASLCC Legal Services will be moving off campus to the Access the Law practice downtown at 245 West 13th Avenue in Eugene, Oregon 97401.
Access the Law is a not for profit law firm dedicated to serving the needs of students and those of modest means. Eligibility and the terms of legal services as a main campus LCC student remain unchanged. Marc Friedman, a practicing attorney, is available 30 hours per week, and limited hours during summer term. Appointments must be scheduled in advance, as there are no Drop-in Services. Appointments may be made by contacting Access the Law directly at (541) 686-4890 or online at their contact page. When requesting an appointment, you will need to provide your L-number and state the nature of the legal matter. You will need to take a copy of your current term schedule to the appointment to verify your status as a fee paying student.
If you have questions please visit Bette Dorris in Room 206A in Building 1, or Call (541) 463-5365 for more information on how to access this service.
The No Cash Clothing Stash is a non-profit, free thrift store for current, registered students of Lane Community College. We accept clothing and shoes for all ages. Students are allowed to take out up to five items per day, depending on current inventory. Donations are tax deductible. For more information contact Tina Lymath at (541) 463-5336 or the Clothing Stash directly at (541) 463-5283. The Clothing Stash is now sharing space with the Rainy Day food pantry in the Center building in room 218.
Clubs and organizations range from the Green Chemistry Club, the Native American Student Association, the Gender & Sexuality Alliance, Veteran's Club, Table Tennis Club, Student Nurses Association, and the Black Student Union to Phi Theta Kappa (honor society). Active clubs vary from year to year and represent many student interests on campus. Students are encouraged to organize new clubs and special groups compatible with the spirit of the college community. Students interested in contacting specific clubs can stop by Student Life and Leadership Development and discover the advisor contact information. Groups or individuals interested in forming clubs on campus should contact the ASLCC Student Government in Building 1, Room 210.