Tutoring Services

Welcome to Tutoring Services

Free Tutoring is available on some Saturdays during fall, winter and spring terms at the following locations:

Science Resource Center
Bldg 16, Rm 193

CIT Computer Lab
Bldg 19, Rm 135 

Business Resource Center
Bldg 19, Rm 249

We are offering free tutoring to Lane students in a variety of subject areas. Our safe learning environments encourage students to gain comfort and independence while learning, practicing, and developing new skills.

Choose your subject area from the links to our drop-in tutor centers on the left, or view a list of all centers. Be willing to try all of our tutors; everyone is different. Download a pdf of the centers.


Lane has joined the eTutoring Consortium

In addition to our face-to-face tutor centers on main campus, Lane is joining the Western eTutoring Consortium. They will offer schedules that range from 8am - 10pm every day, including weekends. This will allow all Lane students with a current L# to access free online tutoring in a variety of subjects.

Find out more about eTutoring Consortium.


What can you expect from a tutor?

95% of students who use tutors are either very or somewhat satisfied! Check out what students are saying on our video page.

Tips

  • Avoid Procrastination
  • Don't be afraid to ask for help, we all need it for something.
  • Visit tutor centers early and often for maximum success!
  • Remember, learning is NOT a spectator sport

LCC tutors gathered on stairs

General Questions:

Liz Coleman-Tutoring Services Coordinator

Office: Center Building, Room 215
Phone: (541) 463-5783
Email: colemanl@lanecc.edu

If you need support or assistance because of a disability, you may be eligible for academic accommodations through Center for Accessible Resources. For more information, contact Center for Accessible Resources at (541) 463-5150 (voice) or (541) 463-3079 (TTY), or stop by Building 1, Room 218.


All attending tutored students will be asked to add a non-credit, tuition-free CRN# once per term. This allows Lane to receive reimbursement from the state for services provided to students.