The LCC Florence Center is open. Our current hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 on Friday, but due to the fact that most staff are working remotely, office hours are variable, and we encourage you to call before any visit to our campus. Access to our North Building is restricted and it can only be accessed with permission from the front desk.
Spring Term Courses
Spring term began one week late, on April 6, and will end on June 13 as scheduled. Aside from some Health Professions courses, all classes will be conducted online. We will continue to provide updated guidance and support.
As many colleges, including Lane, move much instruction online, some companies are offering free or low-cost services to help you stay connected from home. In our area, Spectrum (Charter) is offering two free months of internet and WiFi services to new customers in households with Pre-K to 12 or college students who need remote education—including installation. And Lane has created a number of very helpful resources for our students transitioning to taking classes online.
Effective until further notice, Lane Community College has canceled all nonessential events on college property—including here at the Florence Center. This applies to all continuing education events, classes and activities, as well as all college and community-related performances, activities, and other events occurring in Florence or at other LCC campuses and facilities. Where possible, arrangements should be made to postpone internal campus meetings and/or move to Zoom videoconferencing.
Nestled along "Education Row" in one of the most beautiful and livable cities on the planet, you'll find the LCC Florence Center.
The Florence Center has a remarkable history of serving the needs of those who live, work, study and play in Western Lane County. It is a place where you can achieve your goals and reach your dreams, whatever they may be:
At LCC Florence, you can meet all the academic requirements to attain an Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree that will unlock the door to future educational opportunities across Oregon's four-year university system.
You can also work toward your Associate of General Studies degree, Associate of Science degree, Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree (AAOT), your Associate of Science Oregon Transfer: Business (ASOT:Bus) degree, or your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.
We also offer classes that can lead to a multitude of one- and two-year certificates that can unlock the door to a new career or a key advancement in a specific field.
You are sure to find an approach to learning that works best for you, with live lecture classes, classes with two-way IP video that taps into all the resources of main campus, online, video and hybrid courses. And if you want to enter the exciting field of health care via Lane's nursing program, you can obtain all the necessary prerequisite courses right here at the Florence Center. If you're interested in meeting with an academic advisor to plan your classes, please contact our office to make an appointment, 541-997-8444 or 541-463-4800.
Please note: Lane's CNA program is currently being offered at Lane's Downtown Center in Eugene. No CNA classes are scheduled for the Florence campus at this time.
If you are a life-long learner, interested in personal or professional development, you'll find an amazing array of offerings at the Florence Center. From health and wellness, arts and recreation, the latest in technology and community-oriented classes, you're sure to find classes you will enjoy. Our Outward Ventures program has become renowned for fabulous day trips with marvelous and interesting people, integrating lectures with planned activities and delightful outings.