Campus Resources

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Academic and Tutoring Services

One-on-one assistance in most academic subjects through peer tutoring.

Adult Basic and Secondary Education

Classes designed for adult learners who need to learn or re-learn basic reading, writing, math, or employment skills.

Academic Advising 

Lane Academic Advising assists students in planning and meeting their educational goals. The center provides academic and career advising.

Academic and Tutoring Services

Academic and Tutoring Services provides tutoring and academic services to help you succeed in your classes.

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Academic Learning Skills

The Academic Learning Skills Department offers courses for college credit that help students succeed by improving their reading, writing, spelling, vocabulary, basic math, and study skills.

Mental Health and Wellness Center

The Mental Health and Wellness Center (MH&WC) provides a wide range of wellness services and resources for LCC students.

Counseling Center

Provides personal and retention counseling and career counseling.

Health Clinic

The LCC Health Clinic provides a broad range of health care services for students taking credit classes, including evaluation and treatment for acute illnesses, minor injuries, and chronic conditions. Appointments are preferred; urgent visits are accommodated when possible. They also provide information and referrals to community resources.

Lane Library - Services for Students with Disabilities

The library provides facilities to give persons with disabilities equal access to its services and resources.

Student Help Desk (SHeD)

The Student Help Desk provides remote and in-person assistance with Moodle, myLane, WiFi, and other academic technologies. Click the link above for contact information.

TRiO Learning Center

The TRiO Learning Center at Lane Community College helps students succeed. It is a federally funded program with the goal of helping students stay in school and successfully graduate from Lane Community College and/or transfer to a four-year institution. Services are provided free to eligible students to assist them in meeting the varied challenges of college life.

Veterans Education Benefits Certification Information Office

Programs at Lane Community College are approved by the State Board of Higher Education State Approving Agency as qualified training for students eligible for Veterans Administration education benefits. Find eligibility requirements, office hours, contact information and other links for Veterans on the Web site. Visit the office for more information.

Women in Transition

A program of the Gender Equity Center to assist women in transition to become economically self-sufficient.