The Learning and Career Center (LCC), located in BC-222, provides a wealth of services to support student learning and provides students with academic support and a comfortable place to study.
SPRING TERM 2018 LEARNING & CAREER CENTER HOURS
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Tests will not be administered after 6 p.m. Monday - Thursday and 2 p.m. on Friday.
January 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Campus Closed
February 19: President's Day - Campus Closed
ACCESS TO LCC SERVICES
To use our services, you must be registered for an LBCC class.
Sign-in at the check-in computer each time you use the LCC.
COUNSELING AND ADVISING
Counselors are available to provide academic advising, career and crisis counseling, and international student advising. Call 541-757-8944 x5101 to make an appointment or for drop-in hours. Personal assessment inventories (i.e. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory) are available, as well as placement test interpretation and referrals to other resources.
A Career and Employment Specialist is available for assistance with career exploration, job search, online resources, resume writing, interviewing, student employment and general financial aid and college information. Call 541-757-8944 x5101 to make an appointment or for drop-in hours.
The LCC includes a quiet testing area where a variety of testing services are available. These include: the CPT (Computerized Placement Test), chemistry placment, CS 120 - Digital Literacy waiver, and Spanish placement tests, math modules, and proctored tests, both for LBCC and other schools' courses. Call for a testing appointment and for important information on what to bring with you to your test.
Computers are available to registered students for research and student projects. LCC staff is available to help with any questions. Loaded with the Windows 7 operating system, the computers offer a wide variety of software programs including:
- Windows 10
- Microsoft Office 2016 Pro Suite
- Open Office 3.0
- Internet Research; Student Email and Registration (WebRunner)
- Access to LBCC Online Library Resources
- Career Information System
- Read/Write Gold
The LCC offers a comfortable place to study or work on assignments with access to computers, printer, copier and scanner.
You are welcome to eat and drink in the LCC study area except at computer stations. Please turn your cell phone off or to vibrate and take cell phone conversations outside.
Pictures are taken in the LCC for your LBCC Student ID card. Go to registration to get proof of admission to LBCC or your current class schedule.
For more information:
Phone: (541) 757- 8944 ext. 5101
or email email@example.com
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