"First Time in College" New Student Academic Advising Sessions
Lane Community College provides New Student Academic Advising Sessions for "First Time In College" students. You will learn about Lane degrees, certificates and transfer programs, as well as plan your first term classes.
Before scheduling your appointment, be sure to complete the following steps:
- Create an email account
- Apply for Admission (to get your L#)
- Apply for Financial Aid
- Schedule and take your Placement Testing
- Initiate your myLane account and complete the New Student Information Session
Winter term 2017: (Winter classes begin January 9):
If you are new to Lane and have never been to college before, welcome, you are on the right page! If you are planning to attend winter term classes and have scheduled and completed your placement tests, your next step is to schedule your New Student Academic Advising Session. New Student Academic Advising Sessions for winter term begin Tuesday, November 8 and will continue through the fall months on the main campus, 4000 E. 30th Ave. Eugene, OR. Students choosing the online option have different deadlines.*
Bring paper & pencil, Placement test scores, your L number, current Lane catalog if you have one, and any questions you may have about beginning classes. Following your New Student Academic Advising Session, your next step will be to register for winter term classes in myLane.
Find in-person appointment dates for WINTER term sessions on the Main Campus (Eugene)
*Access the online version of the New Student Academic Advising Session here. Fall term sessions are over; the online version will be available for winter term beginning November 7.
For Sessions in Cottage Grove, check the Cottage Grove schedule or call Mary Gilroy at (541) 463-4201
For Sessions in Florence, call (541) 463-4800
Have you been a Lane student in the past? If you have ever been a Lane student in the past, you will need to complete the Readmission application.
Student Resources - View a compiled list of student services to assist you in your academic goals.
If you have further questions or concerns, contact the Counseling Department (preferred), or call (541) 463-3200.
To request disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in this event (such as Sign Language interpreting, Braille, electronic text, visual describer), please contact Center for Accessible Resources at least one week in advance: (541) 463-5150 (voice); 711 (relay); Building 1, 218; or email@example.com