I was able to find my way at Lane. I always felt like if I had an issue, I could talk to anybody. It felt like India — the community college environment — like you belong to a family.Shijo John , Computer science grad finds his way at Lane
The teachers care about you and they want you to succeed.Amber Shaufler, LCC grad credits small, hands-on classes for her success
I knew that, after being out of school for a few years, I would need extra attention and to have resources at the ready. Lane provided exactly what I needed.Gina Knox, Biology studies set alum on path to help develop COVID-19 tests
Harper said people often assume with his sprawling array of airplanes, titles and awards, his life must have been comfortable. But those close to Harper say it has been far from easy and his path to farming far from certain. “At one time, I tried really hard not to be a farmer. But here I am, full circle, no regrets,” he said.Flying farmer, One man's journey to reach new heights on the farm and in the clouds
I believe the degree helped me get the job. It was amazing to be in the program and learn from experienced chefs.Carmen Alvarado , LCC culinary grad finds passion
The faculty were very involved ... they brought a sense of strength and direction to my growth.Kelly Kelso, LCC provided pitch perfect start for trumpeter
Adam earned high school and college credits at the same time through Lane’s partnership with the Baker Early College program.
Dual enrollment program credits apply both to high school diploma requirements and college graduation requisites.Dual-enrolled Adam Atman accepted to Johns Hopkins University, Credits his time at Lane, along with many years of hard work, for his success.