Steps to Enroll PC

Steps to Enroll for Prior College Students

Deadline to complete all Steps to Enroll for Spring is March 29

Welcome new Lane students!! We're happy you have chosen to enroll at Lane. In the following Steps to Enroll for spring term, you will embark on the road to successfully fulfilling your academic dreams!

A few matters to consider: There are ongoing opportunities to enroll using the steps below before spring term begins.

The deadline to start the Steps to Enroll for spring term is March 24th and the deadline to complete the Steps to Enroll for spring term is March 29.

Remember, the earlier you enroll, you increase the chances of getting the classes you need and want, so please do not wait until the last minute to enroll. And consider your timing - completing all of the Steps to Enroll may take 4-10 days.

Step 1: Complete the required Lane Admissions Application

  • The last day to apply for spring term admissions is March 24.
  • You must have an email address before completing this online form.
  • Once your application is processed you'll receive an email with your Lane Identification Number (L#) and temporary myLane Password for use in Step 5 below.
  • To verify myLane access you'll need to log into myLane and create a permanent Password and security questions.

Complete the required Lane Admissions Application

Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid

Though this step is optional, you will not be eligible for any federal grants unless you complete the FAFSA. Apply early, as it can take 4-12 weeks to process aid awards once all documents have been received.

Apply for Financial Aid if needed

Step 3: Submit your Transcripts

  • Sharing a transcript with your academic advisor is not the same as submitting your transcript to Enrollment Services and requesting a Transcript Evaluation from Enrollment Services.
  • You may continue with these Steps to Enroll while your transcripts are being ordered or are in route.
  • Complete this step if you plan to earn a degree or certificate from Lane.

Submit your official transcripts and request a Transcript Evaluation

Step 4: Decide if you need to complete Placement Testing

  • If you have not completed a writing composition course at a previous college, or you earned a grade lower than a C-, you must take the reading/writing placement test before you can register.
  • If you have not completed the math requirements for your desired program, major or degree and have not completed math within the past four terms (with a C- or higher), then take your math placement test.
  • The Placement Testing deadline for for winter term is March 28, or earlier if appointments are full on this date.

Make a Reading/Writing and/or Math placement test appointment.

Step 5: Complete the required New Student Information Session

  • All new Lane students need to complete this self-paced online information session in order to be able to register for classes. You will need your L# and permanent Password to access this resource.
  • You must complete the New Student Information Session to be able to see the myEnrollment tab in myLane.

Complete the required New Student Information Session

Step 6: Drop-in for your required Start Right Advising session

  • The last date for you to drop-in for a winter term session is March 29, as long as there are advisors for your program/major available and there is time for you to have a session before closing time at 5 p.m.
  • Bring a copy (unofficial is fine) of your transcripts to your session, even if you have already submitted official transcripts to the college.

Find out when Prior College academic advising sessions are available.

Step 7: Register for Classes in myLane

That's it! You're ready to register!

Register for classes in myLane!

Under the myEnrollment tab, choose the "When Can I Register? and View Holds" link to be sure you are cleared to register. If you have any holds, follow the instructions given on how to remove your holds.

Don't forget to apply for scholarships! The LCC Foundation awards a number of scholarships early each spring.

If you have any questions about academic advising or programs offered at Lane Community College, contact the Advising Center: