We understand how important the learning environment is to your educational success. A variety of options are available to help and support you as you progress through your program.
Take advantage of academic resources designed to help you successfully complete your coursework.
Don't miss an important date or deadline. Be sure to add important dates to your calendar.
Do you need to check out materials reserved by your instructor, or get help with research for a paper? Our librarian staff can assist.
Students taking pre-college math classes can work on their own or get help in the Math Achievement Center.
Test proctoring services for students who need to take an instructor assigned test in a supervised environment.
Improve your GPA! Free peer tutoring assistance in one-on-one and group sessions available in nearly every subject.
All levels of non-native English speakers welcome. ESL through college level classes supported.
Cozy, comfortable, quiet and convenient; that's what you'll find in these locations:
Reserve a private space for group study, to practice presentations, or to work on homework with classmates.
The Glenn Andrew Study Lounge located upstairs features groups of study tables and plenty of natural light.
Spaces for eating, socializing, and individual and group study are located on all floors to bring faculty and students together outside the classroom.
Couches, study tables and white boards, along with access to computers and printers. It's a favorite spot on campus!
Drenched in natural light, with convenient seating arrangements designed for individual or group study. Stop by the art gallery while you are there!
Grab a coffee, snack or soft drink in the cafe and find a comfortable spot. Whether you need to study on your own or with friends, there's a spot for you in the Student Center.
Quiet work space for veterans to relax and study located in the Student Center (STC 115). Vet Corps representatives available to assist veterans.
If you need help with career choices, stress or technology, please contact one of these support departments.
Get help with career planning and job search, or take classes and workshops designed to prepare you for your chosen career..
Discover your passion, create a plan to make the career of your dreams a reality, set realistic timelines or get help with stressors.
We are committed to providing equal opportunity accommodations for visitors and qualified students with disabilities.
Your resource as you use technology in the classroom. We are here to ensure that technology works for you as you fulfill your learning goals.
Committed to ensuring that all veterans, active duty personnel, reservists, and their families have access to the benefits and resources entitled to them.
Students involved in activities are ;more likely to be successful and satisfied with their college experience.
Don't miss out on the rich selection of concerts, plays, art shows, lectures, writer's workshops, readings and other arts, entertainment and cultural events on campus.
Fast, fresh and healthy breakfast and lunch options, including a variety of coffee and beverage choices.
Being a part of a club, organization or co-curricular group is a fun way to make friends, serve the community, broaden your horizons, and learn something new.
Top-of-the-line fitness equipment, a climbing wall, dance and yoga studios, a juice bar, and more, await your presence.
Your associated student government officers work to create an interactive, fun and welcoming environment for students and community members on campus
Lower Columbia College celebrates and embraces diversity of all kinds, including differing beliefs, cultures, people, and experiences.