Automotive Technology - Admission Information
You will need to complete the following steps including applying for admission to Lane, completing placement testing, filling out and submitting the Automotive Application and meeting with an academic advisor.
1. Lane Community College Admission
Fill out an application for admission to the college. If you have never attended Lane before, or if it has been over one year since you last attended, you need to complete a new admission and we encourage you to apply online as it is the fastest and simplest way to become a student at Lane. If you are unable to apply online, you can download an admission application from Lane's website. For more information on how to get started, please visit our Future Students page.
Students are required to submit an email address when applying to the college by using the online admissions process. Students who have already been admitted are required to enter an email address via their myLane account.
2. Placement Testing
The Testing Office is located in Building #1, Student Services in Room 116.
New Students: Complete college placement tests in reading, writing, and math. Minimum placement test scores are: reading-68, and writing-64.
Students with Prior College: Bring a copy of your transcript(s) when you meet with a program advisor. Math must be current within one year or a placement test will need to be taken.
3. Automotive Application
To be considered for the Automotive Program, you must complete an Automotive Application. The following documents must be submitted with the application: any unofficial transcripts (high school and/or college), test score sheets from the testing office, copy of valid driver's license, and a $25 non-refundable application fee.
4. Program Advising
Meet with a program advisor to determine which classes you should take for your career goals and to ensure entry into the program. Advisors meet with students during their drop-in office hours. You can view weekly advising hours by logging into Moodle.