Logo: The Northwest Water and Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College
Logo: The Northwest Water and Energy Education Institute at Lane Community College

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

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What do I need to do in order to become an Energy or Water student?

Steps Every Energy or Water Student Needs to Complete

Below are several steps with specific links that will help you through the student enrollment process. While you can apply to be a student and enroll in a program at anytime, you'll discover that there are many deadlines associated with each step that may delay the date you can start taking classes.

Step 1.


Apply for Admission / Re-Admission to Lane Community College

This requires that you have an email address.
If you don't have one, Create a free personal email account first.

Step 2.


Apply to the Energy Program of Your Choice

The application only takes about 10-15 minutes and gives us a better idea of the academic direction you're headed.

All energy & water students are required to apply to the energy program in addition to applying to the college.

Step 3.

Review Lane Community College's New Student Resource webpage

Step 4.


Apply for Financial Aid

Step 5.


Complete the Math Prerequisite or

Schedule your Placement Testing

Energy Program are required to pass Math 95 within the first year.

Step 6.


Setup a Meeting with the Energy Program

Send an email to Roger or stop by the offices - (4th floor in the Downtown Campus ) and request a meeting.

Lane has implemented a stringent email filtration system. If you don't receive some kind of response within a week or two, follow up via phone to verify that the email was received.

Step 7.

Attend New Student Academic Advising Session, either in person or online.

There are 2 days in June (17 & 18) for in person New Student Academic Advising or ONLINE Jun 3 to 11th for fall term. 

Step 8.

Register for Classes

Step 9.


Visit a Student Advisor

An advisor can help create a customized education plan outlining exactly what you need to do in order to stay on track and graduate.

on Thursday May 11 by Super User
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