Dual Enrollment Information

Dual Enrollment Information

If you'd like to take courses at two schools at once, a dual enrollment program may be for you. Both the University of Oregon and Oregon State University offer a dual enrollment program.

Benefits of a dual enrollment program include:

  • Coordinated advising and course planning
  • Straightforward financial aid process
  • Flexibility in course selection and planning
  • Expanded student options and choices of curriculum
  • Access to a wider array of services and activities

Dual Enrollment with the University of Oregon

To dual enroll at Lane Community College and the University of Oregon (UO Dual Enrollment Program), you must first be officially admitted by both schools. Visit UO's Dual Enrollment website for more information on enrollment, requirements, tuition and fees, and financial aid.

UO manages all dual enrollment between UO and Lane, so submit forms to UO unless the form indicates otherwise. UO will request your Lane transcripts automatically, contact UO with questions regarding your transcript status.

Dual Enrollment with Oregon State University

To dual enroll at Lane Community College and Oregon State University (OSU Degree Partnership Program (DPP)), you must first be officially admitted by both schools. Visit OSU's Dual Enrollment website for more information on enrollment, requirements, tuition and fees, and financial aid.

OSU manages all dual enrollment between OSU and Lane, so submit forms to OSU unless the form indicates otherwise. OSU will request your Lane transcripts automatically, contact OSU with questions regarding your transcript status.