Reserve your RTEC 101 Spot

You will need to have an active L# and we can either register you for the course or you can in your myLane. Registration is required before the first day. You will have an opportunity drop without penalty during the first week if you no longer want to participate. It is important to register before the first day so your Moodle account can be personalized with advising information and you can complete the first week activities before their deadline.

You need to tell Lane if we're allowed to communicate directly with your high school or district. Without your permission, Lane and the RTEC 101 instructor cannot release any student information due to the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Tell us about yourself
Do you know your myLane password?
Your myLane password is needed to access myLane, Moodle and your student email address. You need your password before the first week.
You may have an L# and not know it so I will check for you and let you know.
Students under 18 when the class starts will need their parents to sign a consent form. I will verify with Enrollment Services to see if you have already completed this step. If you have not, it will be due the first day of the class. 
Students will be taught how to use Moodle during the first day.
Do you want Lane to register you for RTEC 101?
Registration is required before the first day of class. Students who do not participate during week 1 will be dropped from the course. Normally students have to register themselves for courses; RTEC 101 is an exception. 
Please write out your HS name.  If you are in a GED program at your high school, please write GED and your high school's name.
When do you want me to email you your Lane admissions to-do list?
There are a few admissions steps that are needed so you can register for other classes.  They are graded in my class and you have the whole term to complete them. 
Your college major will determine if you need a math test or not
Optional Acknowledgement and Release of Information

Sharing of student information between school district staff and Lane Community College staff requires a release of student record information, which is covered by the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). If you choose to release your information, it will be in effect until you graduate high school and only the HS Connection Office will know if you signed this form. 

I agree to and authorize the release Lane Registration, final grades, financial transactions, and financial aid information to ensure eligibility for upcoming terms. Final grades will not be released to parents.
I understand the following
  • I authorize the release of myLane’s financial aid requirements and award letter to High School Connections to ensure my academic eligibility for financial aid after graduation.
  • I understand that all policies regarding grading, class attendance, college deadlines, payments on account and college procedures apply to me and exceptions will not be made because of my age or status as a dual enrolled high school student. I will be expected to use myLane to make adjustments to my schedule, review and access my Account Summary for any charges assessed, and review my unofficial transcript, which will reflect my grades.I will not give out myLane password to anyone.
  • I am choosing to complete college-level course content. Classes may be a blend of underage and adult high school students (age 18-21), which creates an adult-oriented learning environment. I recognize that course content, instructor focus, and class discussions will not be amended to account for my age. Lane staff expects mature, adult behavior and may provide follow-up on non-attendance or feedback back on academic progress only to the student, unless the student releases information.
  • Students will be responsible to use myLane to drop or grade change RTEC 101 by the college deadlines.
  • Grades earned in RTEC 101 will appear on my permanent college transcript. The grade will not be eligible for adjustment at a later date and will impact future financial aid/Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards. 
  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Regardless of age, you, the student, can choose if you want to release information to your high school and/or parent/guardians See Lane's FERPA policy for more details
  • This FERPA release, if approved, is only granted to the High School Connections office. Any parent or high school employee contacting other Lane departments will not be given information about myLane account.
Your signature

By entering in my name, and personal email, I certify that I have read and agree to the HS Connections RTEC 101 referral form and if applicable, release of my information. I have provided complete and accurate statements on this form. I will obtain a copy and print for my records.

Verify you typed in the right email because this is how you will get the first day of class information. If you have a Lane student email, enter that here! If you do not have the Lane student email, enter in an email that you check frequently. You'll get your Lane student email as a part of class.
Sign your full name above as best as you can with the mouse.