Admissions for Non-Sponsored/Sponsored High School Students
Oregon high school students can join the RTEC program at Lane to get a jump start on college. RTEC is part of the Expanded Options program offered at the high school. It's an opportunity for a current high school student to be on Lane's campus and earn college credit.
Sponsored Students only - Meet with your RTEC/Expanded Options Counselor
You, the student, need to meet with your RTEC/Expanded Options high school counselor to determine eligibility. Meet with your high school counselor to:
- Discuss career and educational goals
- Discuss courses, amount of credits allowed, and what is paid by your sponsorship
- Determine if college courses will apply to high school diploma requirements
- Review student and district costs with counselor, student, and parents
- Start the Sponsored HS Connections RTEC Referral form
Steps to Follow for All High School Students :
Follow the steps below if you plan to take classes on Lane’s Campus under the RTEC program (classes at Lane before high school graduation). Please review all the steps first. Then plan your time; completing all steps may take 4-10 days.
Step 1: Submit a HS Connections RTEC Form
All new students must submit this form.
If your a high school student paying out of pocket, submit the Non-Sponsored HS Connections RTEC Referral form.
If your school district will pay for your courses, submit the Sponsored HS Connections RTEC Referral form.
- Confirm with your school district that they submitted a Billing Authorization every term to Sponsored Accounts
Step 2: Complete Online RTEC Application
You need an L# to register for Lane classes.
College Now students: You must submit this application to take part in the RTEC program. Your L# will stay the same.
- Social Security Number: If you plan to apply for financial aid (FAFSA) in the future, please enter your social security number
- Planned Program of Study: Choose the major that you think you may be interested in
Step 3: Proof of College Writing Level
You must prove your college writing level before advising and registration.
How to prove your college level writing:
- Complete all placement testing at your high school or with Lane’s Testing Office or
- Transcripted College Now writing credit or AP writing credit with proof of your College Board scores
- Get a waiver through Smarter Balanced test scores with specific HS classes
Contact the High School Connections Advisor to get a list of recommended classes based off your writing level and major interest
Step 4: Complete the Student Information Session
Once you log into myLane, you will complete this online information session. You must complete this before continuing with registration.
Step 5: Use Student @my.lanecc.edu Email Address
In myLane, you will see a tab that says Claim Student Email. Students are required to use the Lane student email as their primary communication with Lane.
Step 6: Meet with the High School Connections Advisor
You are required to meet with the High School Connections Advisor, Brenda Williams, to be cleared to register. Meet with Brenda to:
- Learn about how to succeed in college classes
- Understand policies at Lane
- Register for classes
You and your high school counselor should contact Brenda before an appointment to pick out classes.