Welcome to Lane Community College

Eugene, Oregon

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In the United States, nearly all bachelor's degrees (also called 4-year degrees or undergraduate degrees) require a general education curriculum during the first two years of study. Both universities and community colleges offer general education classes to meet these requirements. This means you will spend two years at a community college meeting the general education requirements, plus two years at a university completing the major-specific requirements.​



Lane Community College is a two-year public college that offers more than 75 different degree programs. The campus is located in Eugene, Oregon, a college town that is also home to the University Of Oregon and Northwest Christian University. 


Great Location

Eugene is situated in the beautiful, mild climate of Willamette River Valley, 90 minutes from the Pacific Ocean, the ski slopes of the Cascade Mountains and Portland. Oregon is a fun metropolitan atmosphere with local entertainment, tax-free shopping, abundant live music, theater and art.


Great Campus
  • On-campus housing

  • State-of-the-art science and technology center

  • Wireless Internet access for students

  • Campus bookstore and cafeteria

  • Gym and fitness center

  • Safe, friendly campus

  • Free tutoring center

  • Clubs, sports, activities

  • Career Center


Student Population
  • 10,000+ total student body

  • 400 international students from nearly 40 countries

Where do Lane Students Transfer after

2-years in LCC?

Lane students have been accepted to:


  • University of Oregon (This school is located in the same city as Lane)

  • University of Washington

  • Stanford University

  • University of Southern California

  • University of Wisconsin

  • Texas A&M University

  • Georgetown University

  • Oregon State University

  • Portland State University

  • ..... and many other universities


More than 800 employers provide internships to Lane students where students earn credit and grade while working full-time or part-time in positions related to their careers and academic goals


New international student scholarships:

  • Available to new international students.

  • Range from $500-$3,500.

  • Awarded through a competitive process.

  • Require recipients to volunteer 25 hours of service.

  • Are a one-time scholarship which is paid after students are fully enrolled at Lane.

Deadline to apply for scholarship

  • Fall term admission - June 15

  • Winter term admission - October 15

  • Spring term admission - January 15

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Cost to study at Lane Community College (USD)

Tuition and Fees*                        9,000

Estimated Expenses:

   Books and Living                     8,900

   Health Insurance                     1,200

Total cost per academic

year (9 months)                         19,100


  • Prices effective fall 2019- summer 2020 and subject to change

  • Health insurance is required

  • Book cost varies by program

  • Fees includes the $27 transportation fees (Bus Pass)

* Based on 12 academic credits

Admission Requirements
  • Completed International Student Application

  • Financial Statement

  • $50 non-refundable application fee

  • Applicants must be at least 17 years old

  • Transcript from last school attended

  • Copy of passport

TOEFL/IELTS not required


Housing (Live Downtown in Titan Court!)

  • Each apartment is fully furnished

  • Amenities includes;

    • Flat screen TV

    • A desk in each bedroom

    • Fully equipped kitchen

    • High-tech laundry rooms on each  floor

  • Utilities are paid including cable and Wi-Fi.

  • Located downtown and across the street from the Eugene Public Library and main transportation station.

  • Short walk from;

    • grocery store

    • Shops

    • Restaurants

    • Downtown hot spots

*Free airport pickup for Lane students

Student Activities

  • Fitness Centre

  • Student Clubs

  • Student Government

  • Events such as Lunar New Year, Coffee Talk, Laser Tag and fun events.

  • Excursions to the Pacific Northwest, including hiking, skiing and, snowboarding.