Remote: M-F 8-5
Beginning July 6, 2021 we will be available:
In person - Mon & Tue 9-12:30 and 1:30-3
Remote - Monday-Thursday 8-5
You can reach out to the GEC Counselor, Michele Barber, at email@example.com if you are looking for any resources or would like to schedule an in person or online counseling session via zoom Fall, Winter or Spring.
Stay connected with the GEC community through our Instagram, @lanegenderequitycenter, and Facebook, @GEClane
Welcome to the Gender Equity Center
Lane Community College's resource for students, staff and faculty.
Summer 2021 GEC Summer Student Reservation Form
If you would like to come to visit the GEC please fill out this form:
Our main areas of support are:
- Women in Transition: Classes and other resources supporting women entering college.
- LGBTQ Support & Advocacy: Support, Resources and Community for all LGBTQ+ students, staff, and allies.
- Healthy Masculine Identities: Resources and workshops exploring healthy masculine identities and ways of being.
- A welcoming place to study and socialize with other students
- A free phone for local calls
- Free use of our computers, with staff assistance available
- Peer support from GEC Ambassadors
- Referrals, and information
- Help entering Lane Community College
- Help applying for financial aid online
- Information on Women in Transition classes
- Help planning your time and class schedule
- Support and resources to stay in school
- Computer tutoring and advice
- Personal and career counseling
- Emotional support and encouragement
- Gender Inclusive Restrooms
- Ideas on how to balance school, work, and family life
- Referrals to campus resources for yourself and your family
- Support and referrals to local domestic violence service agencies
Eugene's community offers many resources: child care, employment services, medical resources, housing, financial assistance, food boxes and more. For more details, see the General Resource List.
GEC Mission Statement:
The Lane Community College Gender Equity Center exists for students, staff, and faculty and is focused on supporting an inclusive campus environment where all genders and sexual identities are valued and supported. We promote the exploration of the social construction of gender and how gender intersects with race, ethnicity, class, sex, sexual orientation, ability, age, nationality, and belief systems. The Gender Equity Center operates from a foundation of Brave dialogue where all ideas rooted in inquiry and learning are welcome.