More than 18,000 students come to LBCC each year to pursue their educational goals. Our Guided Pathways offer seven core areas of study to explore, which lead to more than 80 career technical education and transfer degree programs. Our faculty work to bring cutting-edge programming and technology to the classroom, so LBCC students are well-equipped to pursue their career path or transfer to a four-year college.
As the sixth-largest of Oregon’s 17 community colleges, LBCC plays a critical role in the well-being of both our local and state economy. More than 300 business and industry partners help to ensure our students receive the best in workforce education for today’s high-tech manufacturing environment, as well as critical core transfer courses for students in a variety of disciplines such as medical, biological sciences, engineering, business and more.
LBCC also provides professional development, corporate training, small business development and community education classes. The college has six locations throughout Linn and Benton County, include the main campus in Albany, centers in Corvallis, Lebanon and Sweet Home, and the Healthcare Occupations Center in Lebanon, and the Advanced Transportation Center in Lebanon.
LBCC students to go on to be tomorrow’s sought after leaders, innovators and highly-skilled professionals.