Admissions Application

Program Application

In order to ensure every student in the program is able to receive the individual attention and meaningful critiques that they deserve, admission is selective. To enter one of our programs, once you have completed the Steps to Enroll, you’ll need to show readiness for Math 25 or higher and Writing 97 or higher. If you don’t meet the reading and/or writing requirements, please meet with your academic advisor to go over your options for getting into the program! You will also need an Oregon Food Handlers card. Then you will want to complete the program application below.

Culinary Arts Application Dates and Deadlines:

AAS degree Culinary Arts and Foodservice Management
Commercial Cooking, 1 yr. Certificate of Completion

  • Fall term 2019 – Friday, August 30, 2019 or until full
  • Winter and Spring terms 2020 – Please refer to Student Registration Calendar.
  • Note: A winter or spring term start does not include Cooking Theories and will have limited program offerings. Cooking Theories is a sequence of lecture/lab classes that begin fall term only.

Commercial Baking and Pastry, 1 yr. Certificate of Completion
Baking and Pastry, Less than 1 yr. certificate

  • Fall term 2019 - Friday, August 30,2019 or until full
  • Note: The Baking and Pastry program is fall term start only. However, the PASS Lane Baking & Pastry program will begin summer term 2019.

AAS degree Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Management
Meeting, Convention, & Special Events Manager, Career Pathways Certificate

  • Fall term 2019 – Friday, August 30,2019 or until full
  • Winter and Spring terms 2020 – Please refer to Student Registration Calendar.
  • Note: A winter or spring term start will have limited program offerings. A fall term start is encouraged.

Dual Degree Option for Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management

  • Culinary Arts students that complete the Culinary Arts and Foodservice Management AAS degree are eligible to complete the Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Management AAS degree for an additional 9 classes (24 credits.) Obtaining this additional degree will enhance the culinary students’ skill set and education. For more information please refer to the Culinary Arts program sheet.

Program Status Notification

Students applying to the Culinary Arts or Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Management programs will be notified of acceptance/non-acceptance status within two weeks of submission. If this is your first term of enrollment you must attend a Start Right Advising session or you will not be cleared to register for classes at Lane, including all Culinary Arts and/or Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Management classes. Contact your program academic advisor for questions.

If you have any questions about this application, please contact:
Wendy Milbrat, Project Specialist – (541) 463-3518, milbratw@lanecc.edu , Bldg 19, Room 204


Program Application Form:

Your Information
Minimum Requirements
To apply for these programs, you must meet the following minimum requirements.
MTH025 minimum – You scored a 14 or higher on the ALEKS math placement test.
Writing 097 minimum – You scored a 241 or higher on the NEXT-GEN Accuplacer placement test.
Application
Which programs are you interested in? Check all that apply.
Demands of the program

It is important to recognize that the Culinary Arts and Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Management fields are exciting, fast-paced and typically involve a high degree of mental and physical demands. Applicants to either of Lane’s programs can expect that the curriculum will match the demanding nature of these service professions.

At the time of entry into the program, students are expected to be able to communicate well verbally and in writing, calculate basic math and simple algebra problems, and with practice, learn to extend recipes quickly at the time of planning and food preparation. Lab sessions last five hours, and students are typically standing for extended periods of time. Some food and equipment are heavy or involve safety risks (such as knives) and require lifting or agile movement. All students will be expected to work gracefully and communicate clearly under intense time pressures for specific events.

In order to successfully complete these programs, students must meet the established academic requirements that are essential to the program of instruction, with or without reasonable accommodations.

To request assistance or accommodations related to disability, contact the Center for Accessible Resources at (541) 463-5150 (voice), 711 (TTY), AccessibleResources@lanecc.edu (email), or stop by Building 19, Room 263A.

Program Orientation

CAHRTM Program Orientation on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 10:00a-12:00p, Bldg 19/203

Students that are accepted into the Culinary Arts (CA), Hotel/ Restaurant/ Tourism Management (HRTM), or Baking and Pastry (BP) programs will be required to attend the CAHRTM Program Orientation.

Orientation will include: Introduction to Faculty and Staff, Program Orientation, Photo, and Tour.

The Culinary Arts and Hotel/ Restaurant/ Tourism Management (CAHRTM) orientation is a program specific orientation. It does not take the place of the New Student Academic Advising Session. Please contact your CAHRTM advisors if you have questions.

Failure to attend could result in forfeiture of program eligibility.

Attachments
Please submit a copy of your Oregon Food Handlers Card. Can be obtained online for $10
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