As the sixth-largest community college in Oregon, LBCC's 104-acre Albany campus is located just 10 miles east of Corvallis and provides modern science labs and classrooms facilities.
Students will find academic support in the college Learning Center and Library on campus, with free tutoring in math and writing, as well as study skills help, testing and modern computer labs.
Among the unique things on campus are a green roof garden on White Oak Hall for biology, solar gazebo in the courtyard, 3D printers in the engineering graphics lab, industry-standard robotics in our mechatronics lab, and even a wood-fired oven for our culinary arts program.
There's also a bookstore with college apparel, a small theater, and a full gym and recreation area available to students. Dining facilities include a lunch cafeteria, a small cafe and Santiam Restaurant, and a student-run coffee shop.
Additional locations include the Benton Center in Corvallis, the Lebanon Center and the Sweet Home Center, where students can take a variety of credit and non-credit classes. LBCC's Horse Center, about 1 mile from Albany campus, is home to the equine management program.
Parking at the college is free, and students can take public transportation for free between LBCC and downtown Albany, Corvallis, Philomath, Lebanon, Sweet Home and other communities in East Linn County.