Lane Community College

LCC Seeks Input on 5-Year Plan


EUGENE, Ore. — Lane Community College is looking for public input as it works on a five-year plan. On Monday, LCC will continue a series of open forums about what the college should be doing. The meetings will be held in Eugene, Springfield and Florence. The forum on Jan. 26 is from 6-7:30 p.m. at … Continue reading »

Lane Community College Seeks Input


EUGENE, Ore. — Lane Community College is looking for your input. The LCC Board of Education wants the public to give its ideas on what direction the college should take over the next five years. Monday night is the first of many “community conversations” meetings that will last until May. To give your input, go … Continue reading »

New Planes for LCC


EUGENE, Ore. — They may be small, but they’re playing a huge role at the Lane Aviation Academy. The latest trainers at the flight school, built in Oregon, are called RV-12′s, from Van’s Aircraft in Aurora, Oregon. The school bought them for $115,000, and say they’re thrilled with the light sports planes’ performance. In fact, … Continue reading »

LCC Breaks Ground on $35M Remodel


Eugene, Ore. — A new beginning of sorts Monday at Lane Community College, just as students left for summer break. The school celebrated the groundbreaking for its new Center Building, which is part of a $35 million remodeling project. The Center Building, home to food services, the campus library, and book store, has gone largely … Continue reading »

LCC Faces Budget Shortfall


EUGENE, Ore. — As the economy improves, enrollment is going down at Lane Community College and it’s forcing school officials to make tough decisions about their budget. LCC has a budget shortfall between $10.9 to $12.6 million. School officials say they have to balance the budget for next year and with decreasing enrollment, they have … Continue reading »

Lane Women Add Three More


The Lane Titans women's basketball team added three more players to their 2013 signing class with the signings of Heidi Walchli, Gabby Heehn, and Jacia Jointer on Thursday. Walchli and Heehn come from Hermiston High School while Jointer played her basketball at Parkrose High School.

Lane’s Offensive Prowess Paves Way for Sweep


Lane saw their bats come alive over the weekend, scoring 10 runs in both of their games against Southwestern Oregon Community College in 10-7 and 10-5 victories to record the doubleheader sweep. The Titans now stand at an even 13-13 overall and 9-5 in conference play.

Gov. Kitzhaber approves $632 million for OUS construction, with $11 million allocated to UO


Gov. John Kitzhaber approved the Oregon University System’s request for higher education capital projects, which resulted in allocating the University of Oregon $11 million out of the $236.5 million it needs for campus-wide renovations. According to the 2013-15 Governor’s Balanced Budget, the $236.5 million the UO needs will go towards Straub and Earl Hall classroom [...]

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