Please Note: There is No paper bill sent to students admitted as credit level students, unless you have "opted" individually to have one sent.
Students admitted as noncredit/continuing education students will be mailed paper statements, to the most recent address LaneCC has on file, unless they opt to receive email reminders.
Statement of Non-Discrimination in our financial assistance programs
Lane Community College is committed to non-discrimination in our financial assistance programs, in compliance with federal anti-discrimination laws, including the petitions for exceptions to the refund process. Terrie Minner, Interim Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Center for Accessible Resources, (541) 463-5150 is the ADA Compliance Officer for students and is the designated employee who is responsible for addressing student's questions and concerns regarding disability discrimination.
College Tuition, Fees and Payments
When you have registered for classes, your charges will appear in the Student Account menu in myLane.
Your payment for each term is due the 15th of the first month of that term. There is a 2% late fee assessed on the next business day, and billing is then monthly, with an additional 2% late fee after the 15th of each month. If your account goes over 90 days, Lane will mail a final notice to your last known address.
If your account goes over 120 days, your account will be referred to collections. See the Collection Accounts page for more information.
Other deadlines can affect Registration and Transcripts: Because Lane Community College also runs on an academic year, with four distinct academic quarters, there may be other deadlines that apply which relate to parts of the term you are in, for example:
- See "Prior Term Payment Due Registration Drops" under Payment due date information
- See "Holds" under Transcripts
At LaneCC, charges include:
- Tuition charged on a per credit (for credit classes) or contact hour (for non-credit) basis
- Term fees that are charged each term
- Credit/Class fees associated with a certain class or number of credits
- Non-credit fees and expenses
By adding up these individual costs, you will know your total bill.
How to check your bill:
To view your account, login to myLane. Your account balance is displayed on the upper right of the home screen. You will find more detailed information on the "myFinances" tab.
"Account summary by term" shows an up-to-the-minute summary of all charges incurred so far, divided into terms.
"Account detail by term" shows an up-to-the-minute detail of each transaction, divided into terms.
"Statement and payment history" shows the actual statement created by the 17th of the month, and is a snapshot of the date it was created. It does not show charges/payments after the creation date.
via myLane with a web check, savings account, credit card or debit card. You may view and pay your bill on the home page or by clicking on the "myFinances" tab. All transactions are handled through a highly secure payment system.
- By Mail
send checks to:
Lane Community College/Bursar
PO Box 50850
Eugene, OR 97405-0999
- In Person
at Building 1 (Student Services), you can pay at the windows or use the Enrollment and Student Financial Services drop box. Please include your student "L" number with your check. Enrollment Services advisors can take cash or checks in person, but not credit/debit card payments.
- International Students Via LCCFlywire.com. Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency.
Parents, spouses, employers and others:
- Online at Third Party Payments
A student can authorize a third party to see the account balance and pay the bill. The user can pay online with a web check, savings account, credit card or debit card. View instructions for third party payment authorizations.
Past Due collections accounts:
If you have an account that is at collections, payment may only be made through the collection agency, not at LaneCC directly. You can find contact information in your myLane account when you attempt to pay online.
See the Collection Accounts information page.