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
- Complete the HSC RTEC Referral/FERPA 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 by clicking on the blue bar. Completing all steps may take 4-10 days.
Spring term enrollment deadlines:
The application must be submitted by Friday, March 22nd.
All of the other steps must be completed by Thursday, March 28th.
If you are brand new to Lane, within 2 business days you'll get an L# and temporary password via email. Your L# is required for Step 3 and on.
If you already have an L# from your College Now courses at your HS, you can complete Steps 1-4 in any order.
Complete Step 1 and 2 To Get Started
Step 1: Complete Online Application
This application will give your student ID (L#).
What if you already have an L#? 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
- A unique student email: It cannot be an email address that belongs to your parent(s) or another student
- Planned Program of Study: Choose the major that you think you may be interested in
Step 2: Submit a HSC RTEC Referral/FERPA Form
All new students must submit the Referral/FERPA release form. All students under age 18 will need a parent signature on a parent form/under 18 form.
Complete In Any Order
Step 3: Determine Placement Level
You must prove your writing level before advising and registration. Your HS counselor and the RTEC Advisor may also require proof of your math level.
|Writing Placement Options- choose one method|
|Complete Accuplacer's Next Generation reading and writing placement tests at your high school or at Lane’s Testing Office|
|Transcripted College Now writing course|
|Transcripted AP/IB writing credit with proof of your College Board scores|
Get a waiver into WR 121 with your Smarter Balanced test scores
|Math Placement Options - choose one method|
|Complete Aleks math testing at Lane’s Testing Office|
|Transcripted College Now math credit|
|Transcripted AP/IB math credit with proof of your College Board scores|
|Get a waiver into MTH 111 with your Smarter Balanced test scores and an appropriate math course|
Step 4: Complete the Student Information Session
Once you log into myLane, you will complete this online information session. It will help you learn about student services, important deadlines, and your rights as a student.
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 communicate through this my.lanecc.edu email
Last Step Before Registration
New spring 2019 students can register February 20. Please schedule a meeting around February 20th.
New fall 2019 students can register in late May. It is preferred, we meet around May.
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.