Testing Support Services

Lane Community College Testing Office is committed to providing professional testing services to the school and community. Remember: Photo ID is required for all testing!

LCC Testing Support Services follows the National College Test Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines.

Testing is by appointment only with in-person services available Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am -12:30 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Fridays from 8:30 - 2:00 pm.

Available testing support services include:

  • Accessible Testing
  • Placement Testing
  • ESL Placement
  • Language Placement
  • Pearson Vue & GED Testing
  • Candidate Services with Scantron Testing
  • College Level Examination Program
  • ATI Testing
  • Make-up Exams
  • Incomplete Course Exam

Question? Please phone/email (541) 463-5324 or testingoffice@lanecc.edu.

For faculty who choose to proctor their online exams in person:
Please follow your instructional department’s section building process by working directly with your instructional department administrator to include your testing space needs in the Banner section build. This will allow them to identify an available space to be scheduled for you well in advance of the scheduled term. Questions? Please reach out directly to your instructional department administrator.

Placement Options

Lane Community College uses placement tests and other methods to help determine your skill level in reading, writing, and math. Placements can also fulfill prerequisites and demonstrate required skill levels for courses and programs. All students new to Lane must follow the "Steps to Enroll" before earning a placement.

Looking for practice tests?

Need help?

Call 541-463-5324 or email us at testingoffice@lanecc.edu.

Writing & Math Placement

If you're pursuing a degree or certificate, or taking credit classes for personal enrichment, you'll likely need writing placement. You may also need a math placement to clear prerequisites for some courses, particularly in math or computer science, or for entry to certain program. At Lane, placement can be earned through placement testing, other prior testing (like SAT, ACT, IB, or AP), through prior college credit, and other measures.

Complete the placement survey to see which, if any, of these two tests you need to take for placement

ESL Placement

All students, no matter their current English ability, can take English as a Second Language classes at Lane Community College. To start these courses, you will need to complete an ESL placement test, which you can find in your applicant portal.

Learn more about how to enroll as an ESL student

Foreign Language Placement

If you have prior language experience in Spanish or French, you may be able to place beyond the entry level courses (SPAN101 or FR101).

Proceed to Foreign Language Placement

Pearson Vue & GED Testing

Lane Community College is an official Pearson Vue Testing Center. Most of our delivered tests on the system are for GED, but we offer all available professional tests.

Some of the more common "other" professional tests include Oregon Educator Licensure Assessments (ORELA), National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) exams, and IT professional (for example, CISCO) exams.

Testing is available to both Lane students and community members.

GED Testing

Learn how to get a high school equivalency diploma with GED®.

Proceed to GED Information

Other Pearson Vue Testing

Learn about the many tests offered through Pearson Vue and how to schedule.

Proceed to Pearson Vue Information

Other Testing

Lane Community College is an official Scantron Testing Center. Most of our delivered tests on the system are for ACE Fitness, but we offer all available professional tests.

Testing is available to both Lane students and community members.

Proceed to Scantron Information

Lane Community College is an official ETS Testing CLEP (College Level Examination Program) site. Learn how to earn credit through testing.

Testing is available to both Lane students and community members.

Proceed to CLEP Information

Lane Community College offers the Test for Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) during the month of March to Lane Students applying for the Dental Hygiene program.

Testing dates are typically made available in early January.

Proceed to ATI Testing Information

Placement Testing Forms

Contact Testing Support Services

Lane Community College
Testing Support Services
Building 19, Room 263-A
4000 East 30th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405
Hours:
Testing is by appointment only
In Person Services: Monday - Friday, 8:30am-12:30pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm.
Phone/Email: Monday - Friday 8:30am-12:30pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm
LCC is closed on Fridays during summer term.