Campus Accessibility

Campus Accessibility

Image of accessible ramp and sign on LCC campus.Interactive Campus Map — The Center for Accessible Resources (CAR) is pleased to announce the accessibility feature in the Campus Map is live! Lane has many features increasing accessibility, such as Evacu-Tracs, electric doors, single stall restrooms and resting places. The interactive map now easily directs students and staff to these, as well as accessible parking spaces, elevators, and ramps! The accessibility feature of the Campus Map is active online and on mobile devices. Updates to accessibility related detours and other access concerns will also be available on this system when necessary.

Note: The Center Building south elevator has been reprogrammed to operate freely between the second and third floors of the Library. Access at the first and fourth floors has been restricted to key-only. Previously, this elevator had been programmed for free access between the first and fourth floors and key only access between the second and third floors. With this previous setting, a Library employee was required to use a key to unlock the elevator to help students with access between the second and third floors. Access between the first and fourth floor is still unrestricted in the north and the west elevators. If you are an employee who requires use of the south elevator between the first and fourth floors, please submit a Megamation Work Request for a key.

Campus locations — Maps of all LCC locations.Image of an automatic door sign

Campus map with labels — Campus map with labels for wheelchair accessible parking, elevators, and electric doors with floor locations.

LCC walking routes — Various exercise/walking routes around campus, including wheelchair accessible routes.

If accommodations are needed to facilitate full participation in an Lane Community College event contact the Center for Accessible Resources at least one week in advance at (541) 463-5150 or

Center for Accessible Resources logo

To request this information in an alternate format (Braille, digital, audio, or large print), please contact Center for Accessible Resources: (541) 463-5150 (voice); 711 (relay); Building 19, 231; or