How we serve our community is just as important as how we serve our students, which is why local businesses and employers look to Lane as the number one provider of employee training and why the college is considered an essential partner in the economic development of Lane County.
Find out more about how we're connected and about how you can connect with Lane.
- Continuing Education Explore a new career, learn a new skill, or pursue a dream with our many noncredit opportunities.
- Adult Basic Secondary Education (ABSE)
- GED Preparation
- GED Testing
- High School Connections Earn both high school and college credits (dual credit) for some courses to get an early start on college at substantial savings.
- Senior Programming Striving to enhance the lives of mature adults, and those who nurture their success, through vibrant collaboration, education and innovation.
Arts & Culture
Collaboration & Partnerships
- Cooperative Education
Partnering with employers throughout the region to provide meaningful internships for students seeking to launch their career.
- LCC Foundation
Partnering with Lane County residents to provide educational programs, training, services, and scholarships to our community.
- KLCC 89.7 FM
A charter member of National Public Radio and the primary NPR member station in the Eugene/Springfield community.
A multi-use facility available to all students and providing program and classroom space for culturally appropriate activities.
- Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Your support team for building and running your business, we offer a wide range of services and training for owners and employees.
- Senior Companion Program
The Senior Companion Program of Lane County improves the quality of life for the citizens of Lane County by providing supportive services and companionship to disabled and isolated adults.
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