The Office of Academic and Student Affairs (OASA) provides the leadership and collaboration that supports a student centered learning environment at Lane Community College. The focused work of OASA crosses credit and non-credit instruction for professional-technical programs, transfer degree programs, and community education and workforce development. OASA provides leadership for curricular and co-curricular learning, support for the integration of Academic and Student Affairs (ASA), and leadership for continuous assessment and innovation efforts for the college.
Institutional Leadership Work
Photographed from left to right:
Dawn DeWolf, Mary Jeanne Kuhar, Kerry Levitt
Jennifer Frei, Bill Schuetz, Craig Taylor
not pictured: Leanne Guthrie, Barbara Bailey