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Option 1: Take Courses to Earn a College Degree or Transfer to a University

If you’re working toward a degree or certificate, intend to register for six or more credits, or have applied for financial aid, you must complete the admission process. As a fully admitted student, you will be eligible for priority registration as either a full-time or part-time student and be considered for federal financial aid, if you applied. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. For all programs, the college reserves the right to give higher priority to district residents.

Choose below for steps to apply:
High school graduates without previous college credit

Step 1: Create a WebRunner account to begin the online application.

Step 2: When prompted, select “New Student” for the Application Type.

Step 3: After completing your application, someone from the LBCC Office of Admissions will email you.

Step 4: Complete the new student assessment.

Step 5: Register for classes.

High school graduates with some previous college credit

Step 1: Create a WebRunner account to begin the online application.

Step 2: When prompted, select “Transfer Student” for the Application Type.

Step 3: After completing your application, someone from the LBCC Office of Admissions will email you.

Step 4: Complete the new student assessment.

Step 5: Register for classes.

Step 6: Arrange for payment.  Learn about payment options.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions.

Healthcare students

Step 1: Review the Special Admissions & Limited Enrollment Bulletin for the program you are interested in. 

Step 2: Attend a pre-application information session (see bulletin for details).

Step 3: Return your application and any required forms.

Step 4: The department will make a decision on your application. Because space is limited, some programs will interview you prior to making a decision. 

Step 5: Arrange for payment.  Learn about payment options.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or the department you are interested in applying for.

International students

Step 1: Review the International Student Application Instructions

Step 2: Create a WebRunner account to begin your online application.

Step 3: When prompted, select “International Student” for the Application Type.

Step 4: After completing your application, someone from the LBCC Office of Admissions will email you.

Step 5: Complete the LBCC ESL reading placement test. A minimum average score of 95 is required. 

Step 6: Provide all necessary documents including a copy of your passport, proof of English language proficiency, proof of visa, etc.

Step 7: Arrange for payment. Learn about payment options.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or the International Programs Team

Dual enroll in LBCC + OSU, WOU, or Oregon Tech

Step 1: Review the information about LBCC’s university degree and transfer programs.

Step 2: Begin the process by completing an online application at the university you wish to dual enroll at. Select an option below:

Step 3: Once your application is accepted, contact the university admissions office to complete your dual enrollment for LBCC. 

Step 4: Arrange for payment through the university. 

Step 5: Work with the registrars at both LBCC and the university to register for classes.

Questions? See contact info for: LBCC + OSULBCC + WOU, or LBCC + OIT.

Credit for Prior Learning (CPL)

LBCC offers a number of options for students to earn credit based on prior learning or experience. Credit is awarded based on recognized standards and with the approval of faculty. Awarded credit is transcripted in accordance with standards established by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO).

Learn more about options of Credit for Prior Learning (CPL).

 

 

Option 2: Finish High School or Earn a GED

LBCC continues to expand opportunities for high school‐age students through partnerships with area public and private high schools, as well as home schooled students. Programs are also available for adult students wishing to earn their GED or gain the skills needed to succeed in school or work.

Choose below for steps to apply:
Students currently in high school or home schooled

Step 1: Create a WebRunner account to begin the online application.

Step 2: When prompted, select “High School Partnerships” for the Application Type.

Step 3: If you are under age 16, additional information will be needed after submitting your application. Someone from the LBCC Office of Admissions will email you.

Step 4: Complete the new student assessment.

Step 5: Register for classes.

Step 6: Arrange for payment.  Learn about payment options.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or LBCC’s High School Partnerships Office.

Prepare to take the GED

Step 1: Visit the GED website.

Step 2: Attend a free two-day orientation session. These are held throughout the year and offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. If you are age 16 or 17, you will need to bring special paperwork with you to the orientation.

Step 3: Register for class. There is a $33 non-refundable fee when you register.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or LBCC’s GED & Adult Education department.

 

 

Option 3: Take Non-Credit Classes for Fun or 
Personal/Professional Development

Class offerings include language and writing, recreation and dance, computers and technology, fitness and health, music and art, and more. With about 200 passionate instructors, LBCC serves of the communities of Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, Sweet Home, and surrounding areas. 

Choose below for steps to apply:
Community education classes

Step 1: Create a WebRunner account to begin the online application.

Step 2: When prompted, select “Non-Degree Seeking” for the Application Type.

Step 3: After completing your application, someone from the LBCC Office of Admissions will email you.

Step 4: Register for classes and make payment. Payment is due at the time of registration.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or read more about Non-Credit Classes & Training

Employee training

Corporate Training and Professional Development is a customized program for businesses and individuals. The sessions are facilitated by Terri Houde. For more information and to register contact Terri at  houdet@linnbenton.edu or visit LBCC’s corporate training page

Driver’s education and safety

Step 1: Review the Driver Education Registration Packet.

Step 2: Bring your completed registration form — along with your driver’s permit, insurance card, and registration fee — to an LBCC Driver Education office in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, or Sweet Home.

Step 3: Read the Driver Education Handbook before attending the first orientation class. Both the student and parent/guardian are required to attend the entire first class meeting (3 hours).

Questions? Learn more and get contact info for LBCC’s Driver Education & Vehicle Safety program.

Writing, math, or reading skills improvement classes

Step 1: Review the Adult Basic Skills Orientation Guide

Step 2: Attend a free two-day orientation session. These are held throughout the year and offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. If you are age 16 or 17, you will need to bring special paperwork with you to the orientation.

Step 3: Register for class. There is a $33 non-refundable fee when you register.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or LBCC’s Adult Education department.

English Language Acquisition (ELA)

Step 1:  Visit the English Language Acquisition website. 

Step 2: Attend a free two-day orientation session. These are held throughout the year and offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. If you are age 16 or 17, you will need to bring special paperwork with you to the orientation.

Step 3: Register for class. There is a $33 non-refundable fee when you register.

Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions or LBCC’s Adult Education department. Para mas información en Español, llame (541) 917-4664.

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