Lane offers specialized resource centers to help you stay connected and academically prepared for your classes Connect with specialized programming, support and leadership opportunities.
Center for Accessible Resources
Lane is committed to providing an empowering environment for students with disabilities. Our Center for Accessible Resources (CAR) works with students and faculty to ensure equal access, full participation, and reasonable accommodations for your studies. Our staff coordinate support services and work with you and your instructors to determine appropriate academic adjustments and services you might need. Learn more about CAR.
Gender Equity Center
The Gender Equity Center (GEC) is a welcoming space that supports an inclusive campus environment where all genders and identities are recognized and supported. The Center’s programming includes advocacy and support for LGBTQ+ students, employees and allies and women entering college through the Women in Transition program. The GEC also offers education and resources about Title IX & Sexual Assault Prevention. Learn more about the Gender Equity Center.
Maxwell Student Veteran Center
Are you a veteran or currently serving in the military? Check out Lane's Maxwell Student Veteran Center! The MSVC provides a unique space for veterans and active duty students to study, meet other students, and attend specialized events.
Concepción “Connie” Mesquita Multicultural Center
The Concepción “Connie” Mesquita Multicultural Center (MCC) provides a comfortable atmosphere where students from all ethnic backgrounds can get information on admissions, registration, course and program planning, and referrals to on-campus and community services. The MCC is also “home” to student identity groups: African American Student Program/Black Student Union, Asian-Pacific Islander Student Program, Chicano/Latino Student Program, and the Native American Student Program. Learn more about the Multicultural Center
The TRiO/TRIO STEM is a federally-funded program for students that are first-generation, low-income, or have a documented disability. TRiO/TRiO StEM can help you stay in school and successfully complete your program or transfer to a four-year school with additional tutoring and support tailored to your needs. Learn more about TRIO/TRIO STEM.
Success to Academic Readiness
The Success to Academic Readiness (STAR) program supports students who have tested below program level writing or math and who identify as first-generation, low-income, or underrepresented students on their higher education journey at Lane Community College. Learn more about STAR
Whether you’d like to rent a laptop for your term or you need to print out your Writing 121 paper, we’ve got you covered.
Need a place to print on campus? Looking for a specific type of software for your program? Learn more about computer labs on campus.
SHeD (Student Help Desk)
Find the answers to your questions about navigating technology at Lane at the SHeD (Student Help Desk). SHeD staff can help you access or navigate the programs you’ll use as a student, like ExpressLane, Moodle, and Zoom. SHeD staff can also connect you to other resources like loans of laptops, Chromebooks and WiFi hotspots. Learn more about the SHeD.