Connect With Advising
Academic advisors are communicating with students via email, Zoom appointments, and phone.
Here you can determine your Advising team, submit unofficial college transcripts to the department, connect via phone or email, or report an advising concern.
To Schedule an appointment with an Advisor: Remote help via phone, email, or Zoom, open Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. See contact information below for options.
LCC is closed on Fridays during the summer.
LCC has implemented a vaccination requirement for students who are taking any classes in person. Students who are online/remote only are not subject to this requirement. However, if you are an online/remote only student and plan to come to campus for access to in-person services and support such as in-person advising, in-person counseling, in-person tutoring, and in-person library research assistance you must also meet this requirement. To receive these in-person student support services, you must meet the LCC Vaccine Requirement by submitting a Vaccination Status Reporting Form, and register for “In-Person Student Support” using Winter Term CRN 31558 and Spring Term CRN 41442. This registration has no cost and will not appear on your student transcript.
Connect with Lane's Advising Department:
Email the main office: academicadvising@Lanecc.edu
In each email correspondence, please include your full name, L#, and your specific questions so that we can respond efficiently and effectively.
Main Advising office phone: 541-463-3800
Visit us: Lane Advising Department, Building 1, room 103, 4000 E. 30th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97405
Submit unofficial college transcripts to the Advising department using the form below.
Email your Advising Team:
Communicate via email with your Advising team, submit unofficial transcripts before your advising session, or ask quick academic planning questions.
If you are a prior college student contacting us for the first time, please use our contact form below to submit unofficial copies of your college transcripts for review.
Attend Zoom Drop-In Advising:
Advisors try to keep their schedules updated for Zoom drop-in advising appointments as much as possible, but schedules are subject to change
Academic advisors are communicating with students via email, Zoom appointments, and phone. For the most up-to-date Zoom drop-in advising hours, call the Academic Advising Center at 541-463-3800.
- Individual advising on a first-come, first-serve basis, max 15 minutes each.
- Students need to have completed all Steps to Enroll first.
- Bring questions that pertain to current and next term only.
- *Not* suitable for SAP or max timeframe discussions.
- Students must show up at least 15 minutes prior to the end of the advising hour.
Step-By-Step guide to finding Drop In in Navigate
You can find our drop-in availability by:
- Going to Lanecc.navigate.EAB.com
- Log in using your L# and password
- Select Appointments from the left-hand side menu
- Click on Schedule an appointment
- Click on View Drop-in Times
- Select service:
- Click on Find Available Time
- Select staff
- Under location select: Virtual
- Check both of our drop-in availability to see which best fits your schedule.
Your Career Community might not have Drop-in Zoom hours just yet, in which case you can email them or Schedule a Zoom Appointment.
Schedule an Advising Appointment:
Half hour, one-on-one appointment
- Students need to have completed all Steps to Enroll first
- Discuss Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) or max timeframe planners
- Discuss term by term planning
- Review completed program applications
- Bring all questions
Advising Contact Form
Questions, comments, concerns, or want to submit unofficial transcripts to your advising team?
Do you want to ask an advising question, share a comment or concern, or submit unofficial transcript(s) to your advising team? To best respond to your academic advising needs please complete ALL fields below. A department staff member will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.
Fields marked with an * are required
Note: The confidentiality of electronic messages cannot be guaranteed.