The Board of Education has primary authority for establishing policies governing the operation of the college and for adopting the college's annual budget. The board's charge is to oversee the development of programs and services that board members believe will best serve the needs of the people of the Lane Community College district.
Meetings for 2021-2022
Meetings are held on LCC's main campus in Building 3, Room 216 unless otherwise noted and are also available for viewing on the college’s event streaming page.
- September 1, 2021 Work Session
- September 15, 2021 Regular Meeting
- October 6, 2021 Special Meeting and Work Session
- October 20, 2021 Regular Meeting
- November 3, 2021 Special Meeting and Work Session
- November 17, 2021 Regular Meeting
- December 1, 2021 Work Session
- December 15, 2021 Regular Meeting
- January 12, 2022 Regular Meeting
- January 22, 2022 Board Retreat
- February 2, 2022 Regular Meeting
- February 16, 2022 Work Session
- March 2, 2022 Regular Meeting
- March 16, 2022 Work Session
- April 6, 2022 Regular Meeting
- April 20, 2022 Work Session
- May 4, 2022 Regular Meeting
- May 18, 2022 Work Session
- June 1, 2022 Regular Meeting
- June 15, 2022 Work Session
- July 6, 2022 Regular Meeting
- July 16, 2022 Board Retreat
Monthly meeting dates are subject to change and are included on the previous month's agenda. Additional meetings are held as needed. Materials for the board meeting will be available through BoardDocs.
Public Comments at Board Meetings
Public comments may be made in person or via Zoom webinar by registering in advance.
To provide comments during a public board meeting, please check the meeting calendar above. You may sign up at the meeting to give testimony in person or remotely by following the instructions on the "Public Comment" section of the relevant board meeting agenda. You may also send an e-mail to email@example.com with questions about how to provide public comment.
LCC is a weapons-free campus
Lane Community College (LCC) is committed to preventing workplace violence and to maintaining a safe work and learning environment. LCC strictly prohibits any person, including students, employees, visitors, contractors and vendors, from being in possession of, or giving the appearance of being in possession of, any firearm, dangerous or deadly weapon, or destructive device while on College business, or at any other time while in or on College owned or controlled buildings, offices, premises, sites or vehicles, or at activities under the jurisdiction or sponsorship of the College. College property also includes that portion of any other building occupied by the College on a permanent or temporary basis. This policy applies to all firearms and does not include an affirmative defense described in ORS 166.370 (3)(g), concerning persons licensed to carry a concealed handgun under ORS 166.291 and ORS 166.292. On-duty law enforcement officers licensed with the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) or equivalent state or federal authority authorized to license the possession of firearms by law enforcement officers may possess firearms while on college property and acting within the scope of their employment. The LCC President is authorized to make exceptions on the showing of good cause or necessity with immediate notification to the board. Any individual found in violation of this policy is subject to removal and exclusion from campus, college disciplinary action (if an employee or student), and/or arrest in accordance with state and federal laws. Read more about weapons-free campus here.
Lane Community Board of Education
Seated L to R: Holli Johnson, Angela VanKrause, Rosemary Pryor
Standing L to R: Lisa Fragala, Austin Folnagy, Mike Eyster, Steve Mital