Many credit students at Lane receive financial assistance through a variety of sources. Through a combination of these resources, it's possible to pay for direct school costs as well as some of your living expenses. However, it is always your responsibility to know how you will pay for college before attending classes.
These resources can take a few months to finalize, so plan ahead before you attend. The links below will direct you to more information regarding these funding sources.
Federal financial aid may include grants, such as the Pell Grant, and student loans. After applying for financial aid, please refer often to your award progress by clicking on "Financial Aid" in your myLane account. Need help navigating financial aid? Help is available at Enrollment Services.
Lane Community College is a qualified training institution for students eligible for Veterans' Administration education benefits. Our certification specialist will help you navigate paying for college using these benefits.
The Oregon Promise grant program offers new high school graduates and GED recipients an opportunity to have some or all of their community college tuition covered. Students must apply during their senior year of high school or immediately after their GED test.
Going to college doesn't have to be a financial burden. Our interest-free payment plans are a smart way to pay college costs. Payment plans let you spread the cost of your education into affordable monthly or bi-weekly payments.
Everyone has a chance for a scholarship, but you have to apply! Learn about available scholarships and see how our Scholarship Office can help you!
There are many community and campus resources, including rent assistance, food support, medical, crisis intervention, and legal assistance available to help support you while you study at Lane. We also have a food pantry and clothing closet (The Clothing Stash) on campus to help you stretch your budget.