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Transfer Center

What comes after Lane? Even if your associate degree isn't the end of your academic journey, we're still here to help!

  • Contact Advising to discuss your transfer goals and make sure you're taking the classes you need for a smooth transition to a four-year university
  • Check out our Event Calendar for upcoming visits from college representatives
  • Learn more about the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree, which will let you transfer as junior to any public Oregon university
  • Find the classes you need to transfer in our catalog or learn about transfer policies in Oregon
  • Click one of the college links below to learn about their specific transfer requirements

Accelerated Transfer Programs

Have a specific program in mind? Interested in studying abroad? We offers global pathways for you to complete your bachelor’s degree in countries around the world! After completing certain associate's degrees at Lane, rather than transferring within the United States, you can complete your degree in another country in one less year. We currently offer two global pathways: International Business 2+1 in France, and Graphic Design 2+1 in New Zealand with more to come!

Check out all our Accelerated Transfer Options

Not a Lane student yet, but want to learn more?

Our Admissions Office is available to answer your questions and help you get started at Lane with a plan to easily transfer.

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Are you a college representative?

You can book our Transfer Center for a special advising events helping Lane students learn how to transfer to your school! To get started click the link below:

Transfer Center Reservation Request

Questions? Email TransferCenterAtLane@lanecc.edu

Have questions about transferring after Lane?

Lane Advising Department
4000 E. 30th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97405

Building 1, room 103
In person or via Zoom:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9-4
Thursday 10-4
Friday 9-2
LCC is closed on Fridays during summer term