Student Tech Assistance

Student Technical Assistance and Tutoring

We provide basic technical and computer assistance to current or past Women in Transition students or any Lane Community College student that is seeking a resource for technical help. We are passionate about technology and how it can empower you to succeed and lead a happier and more productive life. We encourage students to learn and understand how to use and maintain a healthy computer and we provide aid in gaining the knowledge to do so.

The tech assistants that work in the the Women's Center are available for drop-in or scheduled appointments. If you would like to schedule an appointment please call the Women's Center front desk at (541) 463-5353.

We provide tutoring in basic Microsoft applications (Word, PowerPoint and Excel) as well as tutoring in basic maintenance and care for laptops and computers. We can also help you make informed decisions about purchasing the best computer for your needs.If you are having problems with your computer or it is running slow we can help to diagnose the problem and provide a recommendation on how to resolve your issue. 

*You are required to be present while we are working on your computer and please find child care if you have a scheduled appointment.

Here is a flyer with a description of the services offered through the Women's Center student tech, feel free to print it out to keep as a reference. 

Our student tech assistance program is supervised by Lisa Bohannan, the Career and Technical Education Advisor. Lisa can assist any current or former Women in Transition student who is considering a CTE program or who is taking classes in a CTE program. She also helps students get information about union training programs. Learn more about Career Technical Education (CTE) Advising Services

Other Resources and Interactive Video Guide:

Ever wondered how to uninstall a program from your computer, how to pick the best computer for your needs, or learn helpful tips to keep your computer running fast and secure? We have created a list of videos that answer your tech questions. These videos will be updated regularly and are a go to resource for all your tech related needs.

View the list of videos and enjoy!

If you don't have a computer, there are many computer labs on campus that you can use. These computers all have some version of the Microsoft Office Suite, some have the Adobe Creative Suite if you need to use a specific program for class and there are also computer labs that offer drop-in tutoring. Check the Computer Lab Hours & Services Details for information and locations. Find out more information about the CIT computer lab that offers tutoring.