Step 1: You want to get your GED? Great idea! This is your road to college and job training. Did you know that - with very limited exceptions - to be eligible for federal financial aid, you must have a GED or high school diploma?
A new GED test series started in 2014.
To find out more about the GED 2014, please visit the GED Testing Service website for FAQs:
We can help you prepare so you can pass the GED tests and earn your GED by providing study courses and guidance.
As of January, 2014 all GED tests are taken on computer in a new version of the GED. Our instructors will prepare you for the new tests and help you feel more comfortable taking the tests online.
Step 2: See our Orientation Schedule for the next available opportunity to enter our program.
Step 3: Find a class schedule that fits your life and location.
Unsure what to do?
Talk to our advisors:
Office Address: 4000 E 30th Avenue
Building 11 - Room 219
Eugene, OR 97405
Shania Siron, advisor
Office Telephone: (541) 463-5723
Tuition Waivers and Scholarships
ABSE/GED classes are non-credit, offered at low-cost or no cost to students. Students enrolled only in ABSE classes do not qualify for financial aid.
We do have limited scholarships available to students who could not otherwise afford to take the GED exams.
After you earn your GED you may qualify for help in paying for your first college classes. Find out more about tuition waivers and scholarships for a great start.
Student Fees: ABSE/GED students enrolled at the Main Campus and Mary Spilde Downtown Center will be charged the current LCC transportation fee of $27. This will allow students at these two locations to obtain a LTD Bus Pass for no additional charge. All other ABSE/GED sites will remain free of charge and students are not eligible for the bus pass through Lane Community College.
We have a support program for high school-aged students. This program is for you if:
- You are 16 – 17 years old
- You can read at a secondary level
- You are in high school, or
- You are not in high school (either way!)
- You have a release form from your local high school. (The decision to release a student is made by local school district officials in accordance with Oregon Revised Statutes and local school district policy.
- Home-schooled students can obtain a release form from Lane Educational Service District (Lane E.S.D.)
In most cases, GED Option students attend classes at the 30th Avenue campus.
Celebrate your success by participating in the LCC Commencement Ceremonies (optional) on Saturday, June 16th, 2018, at 12:00pm (noon) at Lane Community College's Bristow Square. Graduates of the GED preparation program are honored at the annual college commencement ceremony. To apply and particpate in Commencment, please visit https://www.lanecc.edu/esfs/application-degree for more information. The deadline for submitting your application for Commencment will be May 14th, 2018.
Question: How do I get an official copy of my GED transcript?
Answer: All transcript requests for those who tested in Oregon are processed through GED Testing Service. If you earned your GED in another state, see GED Testing Service for a list of states and instructions.
Oregon transitioned to GED Credentialing for student records. If you have any questions, please call the GED credentialing support line at 1-888-906-4031 or visit the website at http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/gedrequest-a-transcript.
Contact the Adult Basic and Secondary Education (ABSE) office at (541) 463-5214 Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.