Student Services-Student Support

Campus Store

Calapooia Center, CC-114, 541-917-4950,

The LBCC Campus Store carries textbooks and supplemental materials for courses taken on all campuses. The bookstore also offers school supplies, gifts, insignia sportswear, electronics, and convenience store merchandise. SNAP benefits are accepted where applicable. Bookstore hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Friday at our Albany main campus location. Visit our website for online ordering, book buyback information, store closure dates, extended hours, store events and more. Textbooks and supplemental materials for classes offered at Benton Center, Lebanon Center, and Sweet Home are also available at the Campus store or online, with convenient pickup at the center locations. UPS shipping direct to home is also available.


Campus Public Safety

RCH-119, 541-917-4440 (office hours), 541-926-6855 (anytime),

Director of Safety & Loss Prevention:

Cliff Carpentier

The Campus Safety Office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Public Safety Officers can be reached 24 hours a day by calling 541-926-6855, or using a designated Campus Safety phone. Dial 411 if calling direct from campus networked phones. The Office of Safety & Loss Prevention, of which Public Safety is a part, provides emergency planning; monitors LBCC compliance with OSHA, DEQ, and Clery Act requirements; patrols campus facilities and parking lots; houses LBCC Lost and Found services; maintains LBCC property, casualty, and liability insurance coverage; provides medical and emergency response; maintains control of building access; provides video surveillance of most facilities; and other safety-related services as referenced at


Child Care - Periwinkle Child Development Center

LBCC is excited to reopen the Periwinkle Child Development Center for the child care needs of students and staff in the 2023-24 school year. The center will serve young children, ages 2-5 years old. More information will be released closer to the opening date. 

This center will also serve as a lab school for students studying Early Childhood Education to do observations, teaching experiences and practicum hours.

Child Care – Family Connections

Luckiamute Center 132; 541-917-4884, 1-800-845-1363;

If you need child care, are having difficulty with your current child care arrangement, or want to ask questions of a child care specialist, call or stop by Family Connections, Luckiamute Center. Family Connections staff can also help with referrals to parenting education, recreation, or other family support programs in the community.

Computer Labs

All LBCC students and staff are eligible to use the student computer labs for course-related learning and research. Computer labs are available on the LBCC Albany campus and the centers in Corvallis, Lebanon and Sweet Home. The labs are open various times. For lab locations, hours, hardware and a list of software available, call the lab:
  • Albany Campus, Willamette Hall, Library – 541-917-4638
  • Corvallis, Benton Center, BC-222, Learning & Career Center – 541-757-8944, ext. 5101
  • Lebanon, Healthcare Occupations Center, Library – 541-918-8840
  • Lebanon Center – 541-259-5817

The Learning Center: Albany Campus

Willamette Hall 200, 541-917-4684

The Learning Center contributes to student engagement and success by providing free services that improve students’ academic thinking, writing, and learning skills. Professional staff and tutors provide the “insider knowledge” new students need to thrive at the college level, overcome learning challenges, and achieve excellence in their chosen programs. The Learning Center space offers an informal learning environment with great lighting, open study areas for group collaboration, reservable study rooms, portable whiteboards plus day use lockers, computers, and office supplies that busy commuter students value in an on-campus study space.

Services include:

Math Assistance The Math Desk provides a supportive place where students can get help with all LBCC mathematics and applied mathematics courses. Friendly staff use a variety of strategies to address each student’s learning needs. At the drop-in Math Desk, staff answer computational questions, explain course technology and clarify thinking about math assignments. A remote drop-in option for just-in-time help without needing to come to campus is also available.

The Math Cafe offers an informal environment with comfortable seating, free hot beverages, and laptops for students enrolled in Math 15, 50, 75, 95 and 98. Math success coaching is offered, both in-person and remotely, by appointment using Tutortrac. Students can discuss math study strategies and how to use and navigate ALEKS software.

Writing Assistance In a warm and welcoming environment, the Writing Center staff assists students with writing assignments from any class and at any stage of the writing process. Students can drop in to remote services, make a 30-minute appointment either remotely or in-person, or submit their work online through the Online Writing Lab (OWL) available through the Writing Center’s website. Written responses are provided within 48-72 hours. English Language Learner specialists are also available.

Computer Access Students may use drop in computers located in the open study areas for coursework. Wireless Internet access is provided throughout the facility. 

Academic Coaching Academic coaching helps students overcome barriers to their success, working with students to identify goals and develop an academic plan to promote their success, including improving specific academic or communication skills. Appointments are available both in-person and remotely.

Student Work Area A coin-operated copy machine, pay-for-print service, and other office supplies are available.

Tutoring Students are eligible for free tutoring appointments in many credit and GED courses, both in-person and online. Students may schedule tutoring sessions online 24 hours in advance through MyLB SSO. In interested in same day tutoring appointments, or within 24 hours, students may visit the Information Desk at the Albany Campus Learning Center, or email In addition, the Tutoring Program offers Group and Drop-in Tutoring when there is sufficient interest. For more information, please visit the Tutoring Center webpage:




Albany Campus, Willamette Hall •

Circulation: 541-917-4638

Reference: 541-917-4645 /

Student Help Desk: 541-917-4630 /

Healthcare Occupations Center Library: 541-918-8840

Department Chair: 541-917-4655

The LBCC Library provides resources and services for the instructional, research, and general information needs of students, faculty, staff, and local residents. The Library provides comfortable open space for collaborative work, including study rooms and a beautiful reading room. The Library provides computer workstations and laptops for checkout. The Library offers weekend and evening hours.

Located in Willamette Hall on the main Albany campus, the Library collection integrates a large collection of books, reserve textbooks, and multimedia items. Materials not held in the Library’s collection may be obtained for LBCC students, faculty, and staff at no charge through interlibrary loan.  Our many databases help you locate scholarly journal articles, electronic books, videos, and other sources. Off campus access to these databases is available to LBCC students, faculty, and staff. Librarians are available to provide research help at the reference desk, at individual consultations(both in-person and remote), and during library workshops.

The Student Help Desk, located in the Library, provides both in-person and remote assistance with student computing and technical needs, including e-learning (Moodle), student email accounts, printing, and common software.

The Library maintains a separate facility at LBCC’s Health Occupations Center with research assistance, book and database access, and technical support available during open hours.

Lost and Found

See Campus Safety


RCH-119, 541-917-4440

Parking for students, staff and visitors is free and available on a first come, first-served basis. Some parking areas are designated for specific use and are not available for general parking - loading zones, emergency/fire lanes, disabled parking, facility vehicle parking, Public Safety vehicle parking, etc. Unauthorized overnight parking is prohibited. Parking permits are available at no charge from the Campus Public Safety Office; permits are highly recommended.

A pamphlet outlining parking and traffic rules is available on the Campus Public Safety website, All state and local laws governing movement, operation, and parking of vehicles shall apply on college property. Parking regulations have been approved by the LBCC Board of Education and are strictly enforced 24 hours a day in accordance with college policy and ORS 341.300. Improperly parked vehicles are subject to a fine. Overnight parking is not allowed without prior authorization and vehicles parked for an extended period of time are subject to towing at the owner’s expense.

It is required that individuals obtain an Oregon Department of Motor Vehicle Disabled Permit if continued use of a disabled space is needed.

Student Life and Leadership

Student Union - F120, 541-917-4457


Becoming involved with activities outside of classes can enhance your college experience. LBCC has many ways to engage that can help our students get connected and it's easy to get involved with things like student government, clubs, co-curricular programs, volunteering, student employment, events, and more. Stop by the Student Union, email us, or give us a call to find out more.

Clubs and Co-Curriculars

LBCC has many active clubs and students are free and encouraged to form their own clubs to reflect their own interests. Examples of clubs and co-curricular programs include Campus Recreation, Performing Arts, Vocal Music, Remote Operated Vehicle Team, Equestrian Team, Gay-Straight Alliance, Active Minds Club, Veteran’s Club, Dance Club, LBFilm Club and many more. Student activities, organizations, and campus recreation are open to all students.

Volunteer Program

Student Life and Leadership runs a volunteer program which helps build experiences that can be used for resume building, connecting to your community, checking out different careers and more.

Student Employment


If you are a student looking for a job that works with your class schedule, or are looking for help with your applications, then visit Student Employment inside the Student Union or send us an email at

Student Leadership Council: Student Government and Programming

Student Union - Forum 120, 541-917-4457

The Student Leadership Council (SLC) represents the students of Linn-Benton Community College, ensuring student participation in governance and policy development; They are responsible for the management of ASLBCC Student fees; organizing student events; and providing an official voice for students.

The SLC’s mission as student leaders is to advocate on behalf of the student body in order to enhance the educational experience at Linn-Benton Community College. We are a dedicated group of students and staff devoted to bringing awareness and action in: community service, access to resources, creating and promoting cultural awareness, environmental sustainability, and breaking barriers to support all students. We also like to have fun and develop ourselves into future community leaders.

The Student Leadership Council gives you the opportunity to plan engaging events for students, to serve on college committees, and participate in student government. The President and Vice-President are elected and all other members hold positions on the SLC through an appointment process. Any admitted student who meets eligibility requirements is eligible to hold a position. SLC positions range from event planning to student outreach, student advocacy, finance, judiciary, and more. Students who serve on SLC are eligible to receive tuition grants. Contact Student Life and Leadership at 541-917-4457 or email

Department of Institutional Equity and Student Engagement

F-220, 541-917-4461,

The Department of Institutional Equity and Student Engagement focuses on creating a campus that embraces equity and the uniqueness of every individual while promoting the free and civil expression of ideas, perspectives and cultures. The Diversity Achievement Center serves as a welcoming space where all can come to explore and engage acceptance and honor difference, diversity and inclusion in all of its complexities.


LBCC students publish a weekly newspaper and online news site, The Commuter (, which has won numerous awards for excellence in reporting, writing, photography, design, and advertising. If you are interested in participating, contact the newspaper staff in The Commuter Office on the second floor of the Forum building room F-222. or contact The Commuter advisor and Journalism instructor, Rob Priewe.


Corvallis Campus

Benton Center, 541-757-8944

Chinook Hall, 541-918-8900 

Director, Corvallis Campus and Extended Learning

Jeff Flesch, 541-917-4990

The Benton Center and Chinook Hall bring LBCC’s quality education directly to Benton County residents. Conveniently located in the heart of Corvallis, the Benton Center and Chinook Hall offer a wide range of programs that include:

• Lower division transfer classes for both day and evening students

• Adult Basic Skills, English Language, Acquisition, and GED preparation

• Learning and Career Center

• Small Business Development, Corporate Training, Customized Training, and Commercial Drivers License Training.

• Noncredit lifelong learning classes for all Benton County residents through Community Education in art, fitness, foreign languages,computer training, driver education, and more

• A pre-school cooperative and parenting classes

The Corvallis Campus offers many of the credit courses necessary for transfer to OSU and other four-year colleges. LBCC and OSU students can take classes at either institution (or both) through our Degree Partnership program. The transfer courses offered at the center are the same comprehensive courses offered at other LBCC sites. Detailed course descriptions can be found in this catalog. A current schedule of Corvallis Campus classes can be found in the Online Schedule of Classes.

The Corvallis Campus supports its students with services including advising, testing, registration, instructional assistance in mathematics and writing, and Campus Store order pick-up. Career counseling and college advising are available free of charge at the Corvallis Campus.

The Benton Center is located at 757 Polk Street, Corvallis, 97330 and Chinook Hall is located at 931 Reiman Street, Corvallis, 97330.


Lebanon Center

Director of Lebanon Center:

Linda Carroll, 541-917-4263,

The Lebanon Center provides direct access to educational programs to East Linn County residents. The center provides a comfortable, welcoming environment for first-time students and those returning to college. Among the programs offered are:

  • Lower division transfer classes for both day and evening students
  • Adult basic skills and GED preparation
  • Business and accounting skills
  • Basic training in math, writing and computer skills
  • Professional technical training
  • Small business development
  • Parenting classes
  • Noncredit lifelong learning classes for all Linn County residents through Community Education in art, fitness, foreign languages, computer training, and more

The transfer courses offered at the center are the same comprehensive courses offered at other LBCC sites. Detailed course descriptions can be found in this catalog. A current schedule of Lebanon Center classes and hours of operations can be found on the college Web site and in the current printed schedule of classes.

The Lebanon Center supports students with services including advising, registration and tuition payments, financial aid information, placement testing, computer labs, tutoring, and an academic support/learning center.

The Lebanon Center is located at 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon, Oregon 97355, 541-259-5801.


Resources for Families

These departments/programs offer information and assistance to parents interested in helping their children develop into healthy adults. Classes for parents, child care providers and educators are offered each term.