Congratulations! You are on your way at Lane.
News & Announcements - Now Enrolling for Summer Term
Lane Community College has enacted measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus and protect students, faculty, staff, and the broader community.
ABSE/GED classes will be held remotely during Summer term.
Please click the button below to fill out the student intake form. Within 3 business days, a staff member from the ABSE department will be in touch with you to discuss your interest in classes. You may also call our office at 541-463-5214 to ask any questions you may have.
Please note: The Summer Term transportation fee has been waived. All ABSE/GED classes are free!ABSE/GED Intake Form
COVID Relief Funds
COVID-19 relief grants($150-$200) are available to current ABSE students to help cover living expenses such as rent, mortgage, utilities, etc. Click the link below to apply and fill out the form by June 4. You must be signed into your Lane student email account to access the form.
To speak with an office representative, contact us by phone541-463-5214) or email us at email@example.com. Leave a message with your name and phone number and we will contact you as soon as possible to help you.
Visit Lane’s Covid-19 page for up-to-date news.
Atención: GED español reanudará el plazo de otoño
No ofreceremos clases de GED de español para el período de verano. Reanudaremos la clase de español GED Otoño.
Vuelva a consultar nuestro sitio web en agosto para completar el formulario de admisión de otoño.
Visite la página Covid-19 de Lane para obtener noticias actualizadas
Interested in taking a tuition-free credit course this summer?
If you’re a high school junior or senior, or have passed your GED RLA or GED Math, you can take a tuition-free credit course at Lane this summer! Learn more about taking a tuition-free course.
Having trouble with technology? Need to learn the basics? Take our Quick Start Course!
Fill out the ABSE/GED Intake Form to get started!
Are you ready to take the next step?
This is the Adult Basic & Secondary Education (ABSE) Department—the place where thousands of people before you began on their road to success—and you can too!
Here are your first three steps:
Step #1: Identify your goals:
- I want to get my GED
- I want to refresh my basic skills for the workplace
- I have completed high school or my GED and I want to prepare for college courses
- I'm curious about all the programs Lane has to offer me as an ABSE/GED student
Step 2: Attend an orientation. (Please see the message in News & Announcements)
Step 3: Find a class schedule that fits your schedule and location.
To do that, follow these links:
Or call one of our friendly staff at 541-463-5214
For answers to all your questions
Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) or check out our menu links (left panel).