Apply to Teach a Course

College Now

Apply to Teach a College Now Course

Interested in teaching a course at your high school for college credit through Lane Community College? Look no further!

Deadlines for 2017-2018- If you are wanting to teach a course for Winter and/or Spring term your application must be in by October 13th. Any applications received after this date are NOT guaranteed to complete the process by the term needed for the 2017-2018 Academic year.

Deadline for 2018-2019 courses is March 15, 2018.

After reviewing our qualifications matrix and finding the course that would match yours in our college catalog, please check the following:

If you are applying for Culinary and Hospitality Management courses, please complete the Articulation Checklist for the course(s) and attach it to your application below using the Other Documentation upload:

If you are applying for Mathematics courses, please complete this additional Math Credit Summary sheet, and attach it to your application below using the Other Documentation upload.

Then complete the form below:

Your Information
High School Information

Indicate which course(s) you would like to be certified to teach and/or articulate:

 LCC Course NumberLCC Course TitleHigh School Course Titlte
Include if you have a recent version
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Unofficial are okay. Not required if you are already an approved/certified College Now instructor.
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If articulating or seeking approval for multiple courses, please attach additional syllabi in "Other Documentation" below
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If approved, I agree to collaborate with Lane CC discipline faculty to maintain content and rigor, attend articulation meetings and respond to requests for information.