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  • Give to Lane

    In compliance with the resolution passed by the Lane College Board of Trustees in October 1992, the following procedures shall be followed with respect to fundraising in the name of and/or on behalf of Lane College:Any person, department, organization, corporation, or entity shall seek the written …

  • Financial Services

    The Business and Finance Department is responsible for the general financial oversight of the College. The department is responsible for several areas of the College which include: accounting, cashier student accounts, bookstore/copy Center/incubator, food services, human resources, switchboard/mai…

  • CAMS

    Faculty Portal that is truly cross-platform, eliminating common accessibility issues.Features of the CAMS Enterprise™ Faculty Portal include:Information Update. Allows faculty to enter the basic demographic information such as address, phone number, activities, and education.Faculty Directory. Gene…

  • Communications

    The Director of Marketing and Communications is Professor Andrew Jones. The Director of Social Media is Professor Pamela Peters.Please direct all media requests to Marketing Content Manager Josh Lemons at (731) 426-7529 or email him at jlemons@lanecollege.edu.

  • IT Help Desk

    IT HELP DESKMr. Earnest Mitchell - Associate V.P. of Information Technology731-426-7604 | emitchell@lanecollege.eduMr. Elgenor Douglas - Computer Services Technician731-410-6705 | edouglas@lanecollege.eduMrs. Linda Ragland - Help-Desk/Coordinator731-426-7503 | lragland@lanecollege.eduMr. Adrian Ing…

  • Lane College

    Click here for up-to-date information on Lane's Covid-19 response.

  • Athletics

    The Lane College Dragons and Lady Dragons are a proud athletic program with rich histories and traditions, competing at the NCAA Division-II level as a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAC). The Dragons compete in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, cross country, a…

  • On Campus

    We care deeply about the safety and well-being of everyone on this campus — every student, faculty member, staff member and/or visitor. We have a vigilant Security staff and TIBRS-trained professionals who work very hard to achieve the goal of a crime-free work and study environment.

  • Faith Community

    Lane College has a longstanding and rich religious heritage. Its religious programs are dedicated to enriching the living/learning experience and...

  • Fundraising

    PROCEDURES FOR FUND-RAISING IN THE NAME OF LANE COLLEGE In compliance with the Resolution passed by the Lane College Board of Trustees in October 1992, the following procedure shall be followed with respect to fund-raising in the name of and/or on behalf of Lane College: Any person, department, …

  • Lane Radio

    WLCD is a Low-Powered FM Radio Station operated on the campus of Lane College, a historically black college and university in Jackson, Tennessee. The station's current formats are rhythm & blues, classic soul, jazz, gospel, and community programming. More than 30 years ago Lane College alumnus and…

  • Student Organizations

    The Mission of the Office of Campus Life is to support and enhance the educational mission of Lane and to assist students in reaching their goals.

  • On Campus

    On Campus

  • Bookstore

    The bookstore is owned and operated by Lane College. It is an on-campus source for textbooks, college, and fraternity and sorority paraphernalia. It also has a general book department which includes school supplies, study aids, reference books, and a broad selection of standard titles in every acad…

  • Library

    TECHNOLOGY LEARNING CENTER The Technology Learning Center, located in the Chambers-McClure Academic Center (CMAC), provides forty (40) computers for students, faculty, and staff use, along with twelve (12) classrooms and five (5) offices. The Technology Learning Center became a wireless environm…

  • Housing

    OUR CORE VALUES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & RESIDENCE LIFE ARE:IntegrityProfessionalismRespectCustomer ServiceAccountabilityOUR RESIDENCE HALLS ARE:Alumni Hall | 731-868-1233Cleaves Hall | 731-426-7515Graves Hall | 731-426-7566Hamlett Hall | 731-426-7574Harper Hall | 731-215-1753Jennie E Lane H…

  • Safety and Security

    LANE COLLEGE DAILY CRIME LOG Name (classification) Case Number Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred General Location Disposition Theft 05032020400-PM 5/3/20 16:00 5/3/20 12:30 Graves Hall Judicial Referral/ Referred Jackson Police …

  • Transportation

    FROM MEMPHIS Take I-40 East to Jackson, TNExit at 82-A (Highland Avenue South)Stay on Highland Avenue South to Lane Avenue (Travel through 9 traffic lights/approx. 2 miles)Two blocks beyond the 9th traffic light (Lane Avenue), turn left and continue to campus entranceFROM NASHVILLE Take 1-40 We…

  • Apply to Lane

    We are excited that you have considered Lane College for the next phase of your life.

  • Freshman

    CoursesUnitsEnglish4Mathematics (Including Algebra I)2Natural Sciences2Social Sciences2Foreign Language2 ADMISSION PROCEDURES FOR FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN STUDENTS A first-time freshman is a student who has not attended a postsecondary institution or college upon completion of high school or its equiv…

  • Transfers and Readmission

    Transfer Student Students transferring from regionally accredited institutions of higher learning are encouraged to apply to Lane College. The applicant must be in good standing in conduct and academics with the institution previously attended and eligible to return to that school. Students who t…

  • International Students

    Applicants from foreign countries who present official credentials with academic achievement, meet the requirements for admission, and have command of written and spoken English, will be admitted. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required as a basis for establishing language pro…

  • Veterans

    CHOOSING THE RIGHT G.I. BILLOur goal in the benefits area is to provide exemplary assistance and supportive services to veterans and military family members enrolled at Lane College. This area assists veterans and eligible dependents in requesting educational assistance from the Department of Veter…

  • Tour the Campus

    PHYSICAL FACILITIES(1) J.K Daniels Conference CenterThis historic facility houses two large conference rooms, and the offices of Academic Assessment, Institutional Advancement, and Institutional Research.(2) Central Heating PlantThis historic building, originally constructed in 1909, is scheduled f…

  • New Student Orientation

    Students ONSO virtual session is a one-day, summer experience required for all new first-yeart and transfer students. It is an opportunity for you to: Register for your Fall 2020 classes and Connect with your future classmates, Prepare for life inside and outside the classroom, Learn t…

  • Course Catalog

    COURSES OF INSTRUCTIONNOTE: Specific courses are offered yearly, in even numbered years and odd numbered years. (A) Indicates courses offered All years(E) Indicates courses offered in Even numbered years(O) Indicates courses offered on Odd numbered years*Students should consult their academic advis…

  • Academic Calendar

    May3Classes Begin (Maymester & Summer I)3Last Day to Initiate and Complete Registration & Add/Drop Classes for Maymester & Summer I5Withdraw with a grade of “W’ begins (Maymester & Summer I)7100% of all charges assessed (including tuition/fees, and room/board) No adjustments for students who withdr…

  • Bachelor's Degrees

  • Degrees

    Degrees

  • Divisions

    We are committed to promoting scientific, symphasizing the process, content, and interdisciplinary nature of these disciplines. In addition, we are also committed to providing you with the necessary courses for meeting the requirements of the general studies curriculum in the sciences. Our goal is …

  • Business, Social and Behavioral Science

    The Department of Sociology provides an integrated program of instructionin the understanding of human culture and social organization. Sociologyseeks to describe how human social behavior changes and is organized. The Department prepares students to pursue graduate study andemployment in Sociolog…

  • Liberal Studies and Education

    If you see the world as a place that sparks your creativity, a minor in art at Lane may be the perfect fit. Lane’s forward-thinking art department offers students broad exposure to the concepts and skills needed to become a creative problem solver.

  • Natural and Physical Science

    Physicists study in a broad, inherently cross disciplinary field. They study fundamental relationships in the physical and natural world and aim to reveal how all of the complexities of the universe emerge from these fundamental laws. In a very practical sense, physics can be a foundation on which …

  • College Costs

    Residential Students1st Semester2nd SemesterTotalTuition (12-16 hours)$4,635.00$4,635.00$9,270.00STEP (Text Books) Fee$350.00$350.00$700.00Matriculation Fee$450.00$ 450$ 900Technology Fee$310.00$310.00$620.00Student Activity Fee$100.00$100.00$200.00Housing (Room)$2,380.00$2,380.00$4,760.00Meal Plan…

  • Federal and State Aid

    Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) measures a student's completion of coursework toward a degree. Students who do not complete classes in which they are enrolled, or fail to achieve the minimum standards for grade point average may lose their eligibility for all types of federal, state, and insti…

  • Apply for FAFSA

    The FASFA is a form prepared by current and prospective college students in the United States to determine eligibility for student financial aid.

  • Dependency and Verification

    Every year a certain number of financial aid applicants are selected for verification. This may happen in two ways. Students may be selected at random by the Department of Education. The Student Aid Report will indicate whether you have been selected for verification. Additionally, the Financial Ai…

  • Satisfactory Academic Progress

    The U.S. Department of Education (34 CFR Section 668.34) revised the requirements for Colleges & Universities to define and implement Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards for students receiving Title IV Federal Financial Aid. As required, the Lane College SAP policy for Title IV stude…

  • Refunds

    In accordance with College policy and Federal regulations governing Title IV financial aid programs, the Office of Financial Aid will determine whether total or partial refund/repayment of financial aid funds may be due when a student withdraws from the College or when there is a change in the stud…

  • Scholarships

    The S-STEM Scholarship provides financial, academic, and professional development support to new students majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Math, Computer Science, or Physics. S-STEM Scholars will receive up to four years of scholarships with annual support of up to $10,000 per year which will be bas…

  • Academic Centers

    WRITING LABORATORYThe Writing Center, located in the Learning/ Library Resource Center, serves as a supplementary resource for students seeking help on writing assignments. It is designed to create an environment where the student can focus on thinking, reading, writing, and research.The Lab is sta…

  • Calendars

    The time of the course final examination is determined by the time period in which the course begins on the schedule of classes. Physical Education activity courses will have final examinations on the day of their last class meeting. One-hour Music courses and Physical Education activity are not sc…

  • Academic Calendar

    May3Classes Begin (Maymester & Summer I)3Last Day to Initiate and Complete Registration & Add/Drop Classes for Maymester & Summer I5Withdraw with a grade of “W’ begins (Maymester & Summer I)7100% of all charges assessed (including tuition/fees, and room/board) No adjustments for students who withdr…

  • Testing Schedule

    March 2, 2020CAAP/SPE Testing Opens (All Students)March 19, 2020Senior Exit Exams 5 pm - 7 pm (All Students)April 3, 2020CAAP/SPE Testing Closes

  • Guidance

    The goal of our First Year Success Mentoring Program is to provide you with the opportunity to connect with professionals who work in diverse areas of the business world. We are looking for committed individuals who are willing to serve as mentors. Sign-up today and become a part of a program that…

  • Career Planning

    The mission of the Career Services Center is to support academic programs and to provide services that assist students and alumni in developing, evaluating and implementing career plans that lead to employment and lifelong personal development. All resources are employed to facilitate and enhance t…

  • Counseling

    The mission of the Lane College Counseling Department is to facilitate student success, helping them prepare for life during and beyond college. Our goal is to provide skill-building strategies for emerging adults in the areas of self-awareness, emotional regulation and academic achievement. We tak…

  • Mentoring

    We would like to invite you to participate in the First Year Success Mentoring Program at Lane College. The goal of this program is to provide students with the opportunity to connect with PROFESSIONALS who work in diverse areas of the business world. We are looking for committed individuals who ar…

  • General Education Math Scholars

    Each year, Lane College requires selected incoming freshmen and transfer students to participate in the GEMS program. The GEMS program is a two-semester program where GEM scholars have the opportunity to complete innovative classes to continuously improve their math skills. To complete the GEMS pro…

  • Health Services

    Did You Know? The consequences of excessive drinking affect virtually all college campuses, college communities, and college students, whether they choose to drink or not. Death: 1,825 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die from alcohol-related unintentional injuries, including motor ve…

  • Student Handbook

    The Student Handbook is designed to acquaint you with your rights and responsibilities as members of the College community, and to inform you of some of the services we offer. As a student, it helps to familiarize you with the school’s policies and procedures. It contains many of the answers to the…

  • Registrar

    Congratulations! You've made it! Here you will find the necessary forms needed to apply for graduation and how you want your name to appear on the commencement programs.

  • Enrollment or Withdrawal

    Students who withdraw from the College for any reason must complete the following steps:Secure a withdrawal form from the Registrar's Office.Complete the personal data information; list the courses registered for the semester;and check the reason(s) for withdrawal.Obtain the signatures of and condu…

  • Transcripts

    ATTENTION ALUMNI, CURRENT and FORMER STUDENTS: Lane College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the web. You can order transcripts using any major credit card (or debit card with Visa/MasterCard logo). Your card will only be charged after your order …

  • Graduation

  • Admissions

    People often say you have to experience Lane for a day to believe it.Bring your parents, take a tour and meet with admissions counselors and faculty. We're confident once you've experienced Lane in person, you'll be hooked.

  • Academics

    We offer three divisions in Business, Social and Behavioral Science, Liberal Studies and Education and Natural and Physical Science. The Division of Business, Social and Behavioral Sciences develops communication, technical, human relations, and analytical skills to enhance successful entrance in y…

  • Financial Aid & Tuition

    The refund is the amount paid by our financial aid office or in cash minus any amount kept to cover charges for the period of enrollment. The amount the we retain is calculated according to our refund policy, which you can find in your student handbook.Repayments are cash disbursed directly to you …

  • Current Students

    Being away from home means being away from your family, friends and your doctors. But don't worry, we've got you covered here too. We have a full time nurse as well as a college physician. Our health services offer free visits as well as highly discounted prescriptions. Because your physical and me…

  • Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

    Lane College has been awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to fund a project designed for improvements.

  • News

    News

  • Employment

    Lane College provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Lane College complies with applicable state and local laws g…

  • Alumni

    Alumni Affairs promotes the establishment of a mutually beneficial relationship between the College and its alumni through growth and development and serves, informs, connects, and engages alumni in an effort to cultivate a strong and vibrant community through active lifelong relationships. It furt…

  • Lanite Yearbooks

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  • Institutional Advancement

    Throughout my nearly 25 years of service to this great institution, I am reminded of the important role that philanthropy has always played to propel Lane College to heights greater than it ever imagined. From the initial gift of $240 raised by Bishop Isaac Lane that was the basis for the establish…

  • Alumni Affairs

    The purpose of the Lane College Office of Alumni Affairs is to promote the mission of the College through the establishment of mutually beneficial relations between the College and its alumni; help support the College through growth and development; and serve, inform, connect, and engage alumni in …

  • National Alumni Association

    SOUTH CENTRAL REGION - Isaac Northern7537 Easterly Lane | Memphis, TN 38125 | inorthern@bellsouth.netSOUTHERN REGION - Paul Barnes2002 Ivy Ridge Road | Smyrna, GA 30080 | wpdb@vzw.blackberry.netEAST COAST REGION - Dr. Brenda Robinson Shaw3602 Appling Way | Durham, NC 27703 | BShaw42690@aol.comGULF …

  • Research and Assessment

    Institutional Research and Assessment supports the College’s goals of promoting academic quality by enhancing learning, teaching, scholarship, and service and by celebrating Lane College’s distinctive strengths by promoting individual student success and responsibility for accomplishments through f…

  • Planning and Effectiveness

    The requirement to demonstrate institutional effectiveness through the assessment of student learning outcomes and the assessment of the effectiveness of services provided by our administrative and educational support units has become a permanent feature of higher education. The concepts of institu…

  • Title IX

    If you are the victim of Sexual Assault, you should call 911 and Campus Security (731) 697-9765.

  • Security Policies

    545 Lane Avenue | Jackson, Tennessee 38301GENERAL QUESTIONS | (731) 426-7500SAFETY & SECURITY | (731) 426-7645SECURITY | 731. 426.7645 or 426.7531 (Daytime) | 731.426.7574 or 426.7531 (Evenings)Lockdown Procedures

  • Privacy Policies

    The controller of the personal information described in this Privacy Notice is:Lane College545 Lane Avenue Jackson, TN 38301Email: privacy@lanecollege.eduQuestions, concerns, requests, or complaints regarding this Privacy Notice and the processing of personal information by Lane College should be d…

  • ADA Compliance

    Qualifying as a person with a disability A person with a disability is anyone who has a physical (e.g., quadriplegia) or mental (e.g., anxiety disorder) impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities (e.g., learning), has a record of such an impairment (e.g., a record of hav…

  • Terms of Use

    This statement is effective 1/1/2020 and will be reviewed at least annually. It was last revised on 1/1/2020.Lane College reserves the right to change, modify, or otherwise alter this statement at its sole discretion and at any time as it deems circumstances warrant.

  • Legal

    Legal

  • Events

    Events

  • Lane Life

    Ever thought you'd make the perfect deejay? Got a gift for gab? Well, we've got a program for you!WJKR- 98.7-FM, is run by the students, for the students. This is a hands-on, student-run station that introduces you to the most up-to-date equipment and trends in the radio industry.Think you've got w…

  • Business

    The mission of the Department of Business is to produce students who will become business leaders with a strong commitment to their communities.

  • Criminal Justice

    Be prepared for employment opportunities in a variety of criminal justice fields including law enforcement, law probation, juvenile services, private security, public administration/planning, counseling, research, regulatory agencies, and law.

  • Accounting

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  • French

    Be prepared for graduate study, or career opportunities in multi-national businesses and non- profit organizations in different areas, including, but not limited to, international relations, marketing, and translation.

  • Lane College introduces summer campers to STEM learning

    We just want to give them an opportunity to see the variety of STEM jobs that are available

  • History

    Have a strong foundation for pursuing further studies in graduate and/or professional schools.

  • Sociology

    Be prepared to continue their education in professional or graduate study beyond the bachelor’s degree.

  • Finance

    Finance

  • Marketing

    Marketing

  • English

    Demonstrate the ability to use primary texts, reference sources, and periodicals in preparing research.

  • Interdisciplinary Studies

  • Mass Communication

    All classes within the department will engage in practical experiences in a lab and real world context.

  • Music

    Understand the role of the musician in service to the community and to the broad career opportunities for a vocation in music.

  • Physical Education

    Demonstrate knowledge of the basic functions of the human body and its systems.

  • Religion

    Follow careers in ministry and/or graduate religious studies.

  • Art

    The ability to benefit through a professional involvement directly or indirectly related to visual art.

  • Spanish

    Demonstrate the skills necessary for scholarly research and writing in the humanities and foreign languages.

  • Biology

    Enter graduate, professional schools, or pursue positions in the private sector.

  • Chemistry

    Understand and develop an appreciation of the significance of chemical phenomena in our daily lives.

  • Computer Science

    Be competitive in the computing job market or enter graduate programs in computing.

  • Mathematics

    Be competitive for careers in mathematics, and graduate and professional schools.

  • Physics

    Appreciate and understand the significance of the principles of physics in our daily lives.

  • Drama

    Drama

  • About

    We're one of America's oldest colleges, steeped in great social traditions. Thirty-six buildings sprawling across 55 acres create a truly exceptional academic and living environment.Award-winning and accredited academic programs are offered in dozens of majors and minors - business, entrepreneurshi…

  • History of Lane College

    In September 2001, the Lane College Board of Trustees approved the administration’s strategic plan to expand the College’s curriculum, strengthen the quality of its faculty, and increase student enrollment. Since 2002, and particularly during the years between 2006 and 2009, the College executed so…

  • Lane College Today

    College is about finding your calling in life and we are all about helping you do just that.Incredible range, depth, and variety will characterize your academic experience. Nationally recognized for our unique ability to transform the lives of students with diverse academic backgrounds, we will hel…

  • Board of Trustees

    BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS BISHOP HENRY M. WILLIAMSON, Sr. - CHAIR BISHOP MARVIN FRANK THOMAS - VICE CHAIR PAMELA SPRINGFIELD - SECRETARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBERS BISHOP NATHANIEL BOND CAPTAIN VORESA BOOKER JOHN D. CALHOUN DR. BRYAN CHAMPION DR. CARMICHAEL CRUTCHFIELD DR. LOUIS CUNNING…

  • Campus Map

    Physical Facilities1. J.K Daniels Conference CenterThis historic facility houses two large conference rooms, and the offices of Academic Assessment, Institutional Advancement, and Institutional Research.2. Central Heating PlantThis historic building, originally constructed in 1909, is scheduled for…

  • Faculty & Staff

    HERE ARE LINKS THAT FACULTY & STAFF USE OFTEN

  • Attendance Reporting

    Attendance is assumed for all students unless you indicate otherwise. If all students are attending, you do not have to take any action for that class.

  • Blackboard for Faculty

    Blackboard is a learning management system that provides a learning system for course delivery and management for institutions; a community and portal system for communication; a content management system for centralized control over course content; and a system to record and analyze student assess…

  • Handbooks

    Handbooks

  • Institutional Planning and Effectiveness

    Institutional Planning and Effectiveness

  • Bachelor's of Arts

    Bachelor's of Arts

  • Bachelor's of Science

    Bachelor's of Science

  • Prospective Students

    Here you will learn about how to apply, how to sign up for New Student Orientation as well as how to sign up to take a tour of the campus. There is also information for returning students, transfers, international students, and veterans.

  • CME Church

    In 1882, one of the nation’s early Black Church denominations founded what has since evolved into Lane College. Now referred to as The Christian Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church, the organization was originally named the Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church in America when it formed in 1870. Am…

  • Lockdown Procedures

    WHAT IS A LOCKDOWN?A lockdown prevents persons from entry or departure from a Lane College campus facility and is used to protect building occupants in the case of an emergency. Once an emergency is declared by the President or an appropriate designee, the following lockdown procedures are to be fo…

  • Accounting

    ACT 110: Fundamentals of Accounting3 CreditsDescription: Covers the basic concepts and principles of accounting, along with introduction and usage of account terminology. The technical aspects of accounting are practiced through recording, classifying, and summarizing the financial information that…

  • Art

    ART 120: Art Appreciation 2 CreditsA survey course designed to acquaint students with the art of various cultures and with the ideas and techniques basic to the arts of architecture, sculpture, painting, and related crafts; to develop greater appreciation of these forms of artistic expression. Requ…

  • Biology

    BIO 131: Biological Science3 CreditsA survey course introducing principles of biology through a study of the plant and animal kingdoms. Emphasis will be placed on cellular biology, gross anatomy, reproduction, heredity, and ecology. This course is designed to meet the needs of non- science majors. …

  • Business

    COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ACT 110: Fundamentals of Accounting3 CreditsDescription: Fundamentals of Accounting covers the basic concepts and principles of accounting, along with the introduction and usage of accounting terminology. The technical aspects of accounting are practiced through recording, clas…

  • Chemistry

    CHE110: Scientific Literacy and Critical Problem Solving1 CreditThe course will provide a student with understanding of how to navigate scientific problems. The course will especially focus on assisting the student in learning how to sort, organize and group information so that it can be easily int…

  • Computer Science

    CSC 110: Personal Computer Systems Repair*1 CreditDesigned for majors and non-Computer Science majors. Basic technical skills related to the function and operation of major elements of personal computer systems, and methods to localize and correct common hardware and software problems. Hands-on exp…

  • Criminal Justice

    CRJ 131: Intro. to Criminal Justice3 CreditsHistory, theory and structure of the criminal justice system in the United States with emphasis on the nature of the law, police, courts, and parole. Penal and criminal procedure law will be introduced.Offered: Fall/Spring (A)CRJ 231: Police Administratio…

  • Economics

    ECO 210 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 CreditsAn introduction to acquaint the student with economic analysis of aggregate employment, income, and prices are related to economic problems. Topics include major schools of economic thought; aggregate supply and demand; economic measures, fluctuation, a…

  • English

    ENG 131: Composition I3 CreditsA writing course that begins with a review of the complex paragraph. Emphasis is on outlining, organizing thoughts, and the writing of essays. The course concludes with the writing of critical essays in a variety of modes, e.g., description, narration, exemplification…

  • Finance

    FIN 150: Personal Financial Management* 2 CreditsTreatment of problem areas of major concern in business, marketing, and financing. Among the topics included are personal credit management, personal consumer economics, personal finance, personal monetary and banking, personal risk management, and p…

  • French

    FRE 131/132: French I and II3 CreditsA course designed to acquaint beginning students with elements of pronunciation, comprehension, reading, and writing.FRE 311: Phonetics and Pronunciation*3 CreditsIntroduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Practical application through reading in…

  • Geography

    GEO 231: World Geography3 CreditsA systemic study of regional areas of the world The climatic, ecological and environmental factors as they affect human adjustment. Offered: Spring (A)

  • History

    HIS 111,211, 311,411: Special Topics in History1 CreditDesigned to promote academic excellence through the intense study of history, science, literature, religion, the arts, social sciences, popular culture, and particularly African American history and culture.Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor. …

  • International Study Abroad

    INT 460: Study Abroad*12 CreditsIntensive semester of study abroad, to include exposure to and analysis of social, political, cultural, and economic climate of a foreign country. Prerequisite: Senior status and recommendation of Foreign Languages Studies staff

  • Management

    MGT 210: Principles of Management3 CreditsThis course will provide an introduction to the basic concepts of management and organizations. Core areas of study will include the basic functions of management: planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Prerequisite: ENG 131. F/S (A)MGT 220: Mana…

  • Mass Communication

    COURSE DESCRIPTIONS COM 131: Mass Communication3 CreditsAn introduction to the basic types, principles, and practices of journalism and the mass media.Prerequisite:ENG 131/132Offered: Fall/Spring (A) COM 132: Introduction to Communication Theory3 CreditsAn overview of communication theory and the…

  • Mathematics

    MAT 125: Algebra I3 CreditsStarting with properties of exponents and culminating with a thorough study of exponential and logarithmic functions, this course will provide the necessary foundational algebraic skills for success in the Calculus sequence. Other major topics include linear equations, sy…

  • Marketing

    MGT 110: Introduction to Business3 CreditsThis course is designed to help students develop a basic understanding of business principles, processes, practices, and strategies. It will enable students to use business theories and concepts to better understand current business issues and their broad i…

  • Orientation

    ORN 110: Orientation1 CreditThe freshman orientation course is designed to help freshmen and new students in their academic and social adjustment to the College. All students who are required to enroll in this course must earn a satisfactory grade before being cleared for graduation. Offered: F/S (…

  • Philosophy

    PHL 131: Introduction to Philosophy3 CreditsAn introduction to the basic problems in philosophy. Emphasis on representative philosophical sources. PHL 132: Principles of Ethics3 CreditsA course examining some of the major ethical theories of Western philosophy and their relevance to contemporary et…

  • Music

    MUS 100: Class Voice I*1 CreditEmphasis is on voice performance and group discussions of techniques. One group lesson per week. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Open to students majoring in areas other than Music and to Music majors and minors whose major instrument is not voice.Prerequi…

  • Physical Education

    PER 109: VolleyballI CreditA study of rules, regulations, and fundamental skills of volleyball.Offered: Fall/Spring (A) PER 110: BasketballI CreditA study of rules, regulations, and fundamental skills of Basketball.Offered: Fall/Spring (A) PER 111: Bowling1 CreditFundamentals and techniques of bo…

  • Physics

    PHY 131 Galileo and the Church 1 Credit A role-playing game team taught by the religion and physics departments exploring the ideas behind the 1616 hearings of the Catholic Church examining Galileo’s views of cosmology and the 1632-1633 trial of Galileo for heresy. Students are assigned roles of fa…

  • Political Science

    PSC 231: American Government*3 CreditsStudy of the origins of the American system of government, framing of the constitution, privileges underlying constitutional government, citizenship, civil rights, political institutions, national executive, congressional organizational and functions, and judic…

  • Psychology

    PSY 130: Introduction to Psychology3 CreditsThe science of behavior as it is used to help the student develop insight into his/her own psychological processes and those of others. Stresses psychological knowledge and procedures applicable in the solution of personal and social problems. PSY 131: Ed…

  • Religion

    Religion CoreCredit HoursPrerequisitesREL 131-Old Testament3N/AREL 132-New Testament3N/AREL 230-Introduction to Christian Theology3N/AREL 231-History of the Black Church3N/AREL 233-Christian Ethics3N/APHL 131-Introduction to Philosophy3N/AStudents must complete (2) courses from the following:PHL 13…

  • Sociology

    SOC 131: Introduction to Sociology3 CreditsThis course surveys the major issues sociologists study, including gender and sex roles, socialization, politics, race and ethnicity, crime and drugs, poverty and homelessness, and social class and inequality. Students will consider whether sociological me…

  • Spanish

    SPN 131 and SPN 132: Elementary Spanish I and II3 CreditsStudy of pronunciation, oral-aural practice. An introduction to Spanish grammar and dictation, translation, conversation, and readings dealing with aspects of Spanish culture.Offered: Fall/Spring (A) SPN 231 and SPN 232: Intermediate Spanish …

  • Speech

    SPC 230: Foundations of Speech3 CreditsThe study and practice of basic elements of voice, articulation, pronunciation, and nonverbal communication. Strong emphasis on the preparation and delivery of extemporaneous speeches as well as constructive listening. Prerequisites: ENG 131Offered: Fall/Sprin…

  • A Message From the President

    "Grace, mercy, and peace will be with you from God the Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of the Father, in truth and love" (2 John 1:3).Faith and reason are inextricably intertwined, in that whatever one is called and inspired to through faith, she or he must employ reason to bring it …

  • Annual Funds

    In compliance with the resolution passed by the Lane College Board of Trustees in October 1992, the following procedures shall be followed with respect to fundraising in the name of and/or on behalf of Lane College:Any person, department, organization, corporation, or entity shall seek the written …

  • Associate Degrees

    Associate in Art and Associate in Science Degrees General Education Curriculum Requirements Mathematics∙MAT 125: College Algebra I∙MAT 126: College Algebra II Physical and Life ScienceChoose one course from the following (A.A.): ∙BIO 131: Biological Science∙PHY 131: Physical Science Choose two cour…

  • Sociology

    Sociology CoreCredit HoursPrerequisitesSOC 131-Introduction to Sociology 3 noneSOC 132-Social Stratification and Inequality3SOC 131SOC 136-Social Problems 3 SOC 131SOC 231-Deviance3SOC 131SOC 232-SOC Psych3SOC 131SOC 248-Social Organizations 3 SOC 131Students must complete (2) courses from followin…

  • Business

    Business CoreCredit HoursPrerequisitesACT 101-Fundamentals of Accounting3noneECO 131-Macroeconomics3MAT 126BUS 131-Principles of Management3ENG131Select four (5) Courses from the following areas:ACT 131-Principles of Accounting I3MAT 126ACT 132-Principles of Accounting II3ACT 131MKT 131-Principles…

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    The focus of this program is to prepare students for entry-level positions in the business world or leading to a bachelor’s degree. This degree provides foundational knowledge in the major functional areas of business, along with current and marketable administrative skills. The general studies cou…

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    Media Strategies CoreCredit HoursPrerequisitesART 130-Beginning Drawing3N/ADIG 131-Introduction to Digital Media Strategies3N/ACOM 131-Introduction to Mass Communication3ENG 131COM 135-Introduction to Media Writing3COM 131COM 233-Editorial Writing and Interpreting3COM 135CSC 140-Introduction to Web…

  • Education

    EDU 230: Foundations of Education3 CreditsA survey of the development of education through the various stages of civilization. A study of organizational structure, issues, practices, and trends and their relation to basic philosophical concepts and historical development; also the principles underl…

  • Interdisciplinary Studies

    AVS 101 Academic Success1 credit Description: The course emphasizes academic success strategies that include intensive advising, mandatory academic tutoring sessions, and peer mentoring.Offered: Fall/SpringAVS 301 Graduate/Professional School Prep Course1 creditDescription: Graduate School Prep Cou…

  • Religion

    REL 130: World Religions3 CreditsThis course is designed to acquaint students with the basic tenets, ideologies, and concepts of the major religions of the world.Offered: Fall/Spring (A)REL 131: Old Testament3 CreditsA study of the books and the theology of the Old Testament. Attention will be give…

  • Dragons Release Fall Football Schedule

    Jackson, Tenn (May 28, 2019) - Lane College has released its 2019 football schedule and there are some of the usual subjects but also some unfamiliar faces.The Dragons start out the first two weeks of the seaon on the road, first heading to Orangburg, SC to take on South Carolina State University …

  • Using Other Libraries

    The Lane College Library/Learning Resource Center is a member of the West Tennessee Academic Library Consortium (WeTALC) and Tenn-Share, resource-sharing programs with other member libraries in West Tennessee and throughout the state.The following is a list of institutions that have agreed to share…

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    BACKGROUND AND INFORMATION Benet’s Reader’s Encyclopedia | R803 B465Includes information for the general reader on writers, literary movements, works, historical perspectives, etc. Cassell’s Encyclopedia of Literature | R803 C345 V.1-V.2The articles in the Encyclopedia of Literature are arranged…

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    Finally, here is a list of all the codes which can appear in a call number to show that the associated book is kept in one of the library’s special collections. CEL | Curriculum Education Lab (appears at end of call number)F | FictionJF | Juvenile FictionN | Negro HeritageNF | Negro Heritage - Fict…

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    You have been assigned a research paper for a class. You are told to find information from several different kinds of sources, but not to use the class textbook. Your paper has to present and discuss an idea, and take a position about it at the conclusion. What do you do, and how do you start?CHOOS…

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    REGULAR SEMESTER HOURSMonday-Thursday: 8: 00 am – 11:00 pmFriday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday: 12:00 am – 4:00 pmSunday: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pmSUMMER SCHOOL HOURSMonday - Friday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pmFaculty members are welcome to come to the librarians’ offices where we cover everything from library service…

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  • Directions To Campus

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    Lane College provides a liberal arts curriculum leading to baccalaureate degrees in the Arts and Sciences. The College accepts persons regardless of race, color, gender, religion, age, or national origin.Founded in 1882 by Bishop Isaac Lane, a former slave, Lane College is proud to be one of the na…

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    These are three academic tools you will definitely use during your time here. You can look up classes, register, and see your grades just to name a few. Login using your student ID and the password you set up at NSO before your first semester here. Blackboard can also help you submit assignments to…

  • Lane Man Awarded Second Straight UNCF Scholarship

    Jackson, Tenn. (February 1, 2020) - Lane College is pleased to announce that DeMarco Wimbish-Patton has been awarded the UNCF Doris & John Carpenter Scholarship for the second consecutive year.The Madison, WI native is a sophomore majoring in sociology with aspirations of becoming a funeral directo…

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  • Lane College Announces New Head Football Coach

    Jackson, Tenn. (February 1, 2020) - Lane College today announced that Assistant Football Coach Vyron Brown will lead the Lane College Dragons Football program as head football coach, effective immediately.Brown brings 16 years of coaching experience to the job and has worked at the secondary and co…

  • Lane College Announces Ms. Khristal Thomas as January Alumnus of the Month

    Jackson, Tenn. (January 14, 2020) - Lane College is happy to announce the alumnus of the month for January is Ms. Khristal Thomas. Thomas received her B.S. in Biology from Lane College in 2015 and a Masters of Science in Public Policy, Science and Technology Policy at George Mason University in 201…

  • Governor to Give West Tennessee State of State Address at Lane College

    Jackson, Tenn. (February 3, 2020) - In an effort to continue reaching Tennesseans outside of the state capitol, Governor Bill Lee will deliver addresses in East and West Tennessee. This will mark the Governor’s second time delivering his State of the State address in each of Tennessee’s Grand Divis…

  • Warren for President surrogate, Jamilah Lemieux, to bring HBCU Tour to Lane

    Jackson, Tenn. (February 3, 2020) - Jamilah Lemieux, Elizabeth Warren for President supporter, will stop at Lane College from 10:30 a.m. until noon on February 7 as part of her HBCU Tour. Lemieux will meet with members of the media at 10:30 a.m. before speaking to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. m…

  • Lane College Announces Grammy-Nominated Artist Kelly Price as 2020 Founder's Day Guest

    Jackson, Tenn. (February 3, 2020) - Lane College is excited to announce our Sixth Annual Founder’s Day Scholarship Dinner and Gala will feature Grammy-nominated artist Kelly Price at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 1, in the J.F. Lane Health and Physical Education Building on the Lane College campus. The G…

  • African American Literature Read-In to be Held at Lane

    Jackson, Tenn. (February 6, 2020) - Lane College is proud to announce acclaimed educator and author Juanita Austin is bringing her African American Literature Read-In to Lane from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12 in the Cyber Cafe on the Lane College campus. Juanita Austin was born and…

  • Lane College announces Dr. John Carpten as February Alumnus of the Month

    Jackson, Tenn (February 17, 2020) - Lane College is happy to announce the alumnus of the month for February is Dr. John Carpten. Carpten is an internationally recognized expert in genome science, possessing unique training in multiple disciplines, including germline genetics for disease risk and pr…

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  • Lane College Moves To Remote Classes Due To Coronavirus (COVID - 19) Concerns

    Your health and safety have been uppermost in my mind and prayers over the past few days and weeks. As we learn more about and monitor the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID – 19), I have sought counsel from our College Physician and nurse, faculty, staff, administration, students and Board chair. I …

  • Lane College Extends Spring Break and Launches Remote Classes March 30

    Scholars and Colleagues, I pray you are healthy and enjoying Spring Break. After thoughtful conversations this morning (3.18.2020) with students, faculty, staff and administration, the College is extending Spring Break an additional week, March 23 – 27. Beginning March 30, the College will hold …

  • Lane Suspends Upcoming Praxis Testing

    Due to the health and safety concerns for both test takers and test center staff following the COVID-19 outbreak, Lane College has announced the suspension of Praxis testing for April 4 and April 11.Ongoing updates on testing administered by the Educational Testing Service is available at ets.org. …

  • Campus Offices Closed Friday, March 20 and Monday, March 23. Residence Halls and Dining Services Remain Open.

    Dear Lane Community, As we approach the end of the first week of the Lane College 2020 Spring Break – Extended Addition, I rejoice in knowing “that God causes everything to work together for the good”! I thank each of you, the students, faculty, staff, administration, and Board members for your pa…

  • Lane Administration Return From Spring Break: Offices Open

    Dear Lane College Community, I pray God’s protective and healing hand be on you, our College and our land as we traverse through this difficult season. I trust that the spring break has been a restorative respite for you. Lane College is open for business. As you are aware, the authorities have…

  • COVID-19 Campus Safety

    First Last Mobile Number Position Department 731-225-0711 Campus Security LiveSafe 731-697-9764 Campus Security Campus Security Patrol Kelly Boyd 731-693-1933 Director Enrollment Management Derrick Burroughs 731-571-3343 …

  • Our COVID-19 Response

    Lane has received funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act to support the emergency needs of enrolled students. This section of our website details how funds are being spent, the method we use to determine eligibility for emergency funds and additional guidance on CA…

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    The Office of Enrollment Management will practice social distancing. We are here to serve you, but for safety reasons we will not provide in person services this week. For services related to Admissions and Financial Aid, please call, text, or email: Boyd | 731.425.2547 | kboyd@lanecollege.edu M…

  • Lane Restricts Access to Campus

    Dear Lane Community, In continuation of our efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Lane College will close to visitors and guests. Essential personnel and students who live on campus are the only persons permitted on campus. While the campus remains open, many employees are working remotely. So…

  • Lane Institute

    Lane Institute is located at the corner of Middleton and Orchard. The entrance to the building is on Middleton street. In particular, this initiative embodies two of the College’s strategic themes: To promote student success through meaningful interactions to prepare students for life in a global …

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    The Office of Enrollment Management will practice social distancing. We are here to serve you, but for safety reasons we will not provide in person services this week. For services related to Admissions and Financial Aid, please call, text, or email: Boyd | 731.425.2547 | kboyd@lanecollege.edu M…

  • Continuity Plan and Senior Protocol

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lane College has moved to REMOTE INSTRUCTION, and SOCIAL DISTANCING practices. This will have a direct affect upon our SENIORS as they prepare for graduation and commencement exercise. The following procedures are designed to aid seniors in a smooth transition …

  • Continuity Plan and Student Protocol

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic Lane College has moved to REMOTE INSTRUCTION. Classes will be delivered only via remote instruction - no face-to-face teaching. While Blackboard and CAMS are the College’s primary learning management tools, faculty may use a variety of platforms to advance and e…

  • Residence Halls Close April 3 Following Governor's Safer-At-Home Order

    After consulting with Chairman Williamson and the executive committee and members of the Lane College Board of Trustees, my direct reports and the Academic Cabinet, I have determined to end the 2020 spring semester on Friday, April 24, 2020 and to close the residence halls on Friday, April 3, 2020.…

  • Lane Celebrates New Appointment for Dr. Deborah Rogers

    Please join me in congratulating Dr. Deborah J. Rogers on her appointment as Vice President for Academic Affairs for Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School located in Rochester, New York. Dr. Rogers will begin her role on July 1, 2020. Dr. Rogers has served Lane College for eight years as an aca…

  • Lane College Updates and CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2020

    Scholars, As we approach the final few days of this unprecedented spring 2020 semester, I want to encourage you to finish strong. I have heard from several of you that you like the online instruction and others have reported challenges. I ask you to continue to be patient, prayerful, flexible and …

  • 2020 Summer Courses

    Summer II (Summer2 2020) 6/22/2020 - 7/22/2020 Department Course Course Name Credits Faculty Name ART 120 ART APPRECIATION (Online) 2 Giberson, Louis CHE 142 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (Online) 4 Gaber, Farag CHE 244 ORGANIC CH…

  • Dragon Academy

    Dragon Academy is a five-week summer bridge program designed to ease First Year students’ transition from High School to College. Dragon Academy’s aim is multilayered. The program seeks to develop scholastic habits while earning between six(6) and nine (9) college credit hours, further cultivate le…

  • COVID-19 UPDATE

    The College continues to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, as additional cases are confirmed in the United States, and especially the State of Tennessee. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus a pandemic with more than one million cases…

  • 2020 LANE CONVOCATION

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    Lane College will be hosting courses online via Blackboard Ultra this summer. We are offering more than 70 courses ranging from general core courses to major electives. Registration is still open, so log into your CAMS Student Portal and register today! Also, check with the Office of Financial Aid …

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  • Lane College Salutes Class of 2020 in the National HBCU Virtual Commencement Celebration

    Dear Lane College Class of 2020, I applaud and salute you for persevering through a global pandemic to reach this critical milestone in your life and development as young adults. I know you’ve lost precious senior year moments on campus that simply cannot be replaced. Graduating from college is a…

  • Mass Comm General Requirements

    EMPHASIS: GENERAL MASS COMMUNICATION CORE COURSES (24 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite COM 131 Intro to Mass Communication 3 ENG 131/132 COM 132 Intro to Communication Theory 3 COM 131 DIG 131 Intro to Digital Media 3 COM 13…

  • Mass Comm Broadcasting Requirements

    EMPHASIS: BROADCASTING CORE COURSES (27 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite COM 131 Intro to Mass Communication 3 ENG 131/132 COM 132 Intro to Communication Theory 3 COM 131 DIG 131 Intro to Digital Media 3 COM 131 COM …

  • Mass Comm General Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits COM 260 Interpersonal Comm Theory 3 COM 270 Radio Announcing 3 COM Major Electives 6 Intro to Broadcasting 3 Total 15 Senior Year - Semester II …

  • Mass Comm Broadcasting Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits COM 270 Radio Announcing 3 COM 334 Writing for Broadcast Media 3 COM 260 Interpersonal Comm Theory 3 COM Major Electives 3 General Electives 4 Total…

  • Sociology Curriculum Map

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits SOC 430 Social Research Methods 3 SOC SOC Electives 6 General Electives 6 Total 15 Senior Year - Semester II Dept. No. Course Credits SOC 432 …

  • Sociology Requirements

    CORE COURSES (51 hours) Course No. General Education Core Credits Prerequisite ORN 110 Orientation 1 CSC 131 Intro to Computers 3 FIN 122 Personal Financial Management 2 MAT 126 REL 130 World Religions 3 REL 131/132 or …

  • The National Association of Broadcasters Appoints Greg Davis to Radio Board of Directors

    Jackson, Tenn (May 27, 2020) - Lane College is proud to announce the recent appointment of Lane Man Greg Davis to The National Association of Broadcasters Radio Board of Directors. Greg Davis is CEO and President of Davis Broadcasting, Inc.After beginning his career in broadcasting and working in m…

  • Our Mission

    With strong ties to the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the College’s Mission is to develop the whole student. Academic excellence is the institution’s top priority, and it is achieved through a student-centered and nurturing approach to learning supported by excellent teaching, teaching-r…

  • Dr. Vivian Cawthon Williams Appointed to Deputy Superintendent

    Jackson, Tenn (June 3, 2020) - Lane College is proud to announce the recent appointment of Lane Lady Dr. Vivian Cawthon Williams to Deputy Superintendent of Academics, Schools, and Students for the Jackson-Madison County School System. Dr. Williams currently serves as the Chief of Student Support a…

  • Dr. Logan Hampton to Testify at Senate HELP Committee Hearing

    Dr. Logan Hampton, President of Lane College, Among other College Presidents to Testify at Senate HELP Committee Hearing HBCU President, Dr. Hampton, available for press inquiry following testimony WHAT: The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions will hold a hearing titled, “CO…

  • Dr. Logan Hampton Serves as a Witness in Senate HELP Committee Hearing

    Emphasizing the importance of providing $1 billion for HBCUs and the need to double the maximum Pell Grant. WASHINGTON (June 5, 2020) – On June 4, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions held a hearing titled, “COVID-19: Going Back to College Safely.” The purpose of the he…

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  • Cares Act Funding

    CARES Act Emergency Funds for Students Acknowledgement that the Institution signed and returned to the Department the Certification Agreement On April 14, 2020, Lane College signed and submitted the Certification and Agreement Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the Coronavirus Aid R…

  • BA Concentration Requirements

    Students may choose a concentration in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, or Business Management. A concentration consists of a minimum of 12 credit hours over and above the Business major requirements. ACCOUNTING CONCENTRATION (12 hours) Required Courses ACT 310 Intermed…

  • Business General Requirements

    EMPHASIS: GENERAL BUSINESS CURRICULUM CORE COURSES (24 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite COM 131 Intro to Mass Communication 3 ENG 131/132 COM 132 Intro to Communication Theory 3 COM 131 DIG 131 Intro to Digital Media 3 COM 1…

  • Dr. Hampton Appointed to State Capitol Commission by Gov. Bill Lee

    Tennessee Governor Bill Lee today announced the appointment of Dr. Logan Hampton, President of Lane College, to the State Capitol Commission West Tennessee citizen seat. Governor Lee also announced Finance & Administration Commissioner Butch Eley will serve as the commission chairman, filling Stuar…

  • Business General Curriculum

    EMPHASIS: GENERAL BUSINESS CURRICULUM GENERAL EDUCATION CORE COURSES (54 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite ORN 110 Orientation 1 CSC 131 Introduction to Computers 3 FIN 150 Personal Finance Management 2 MAT 126 REL …

  • Business General Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits FIN 210 Principles of Finance 3 MGT 410 Business Law 3 MGT 330 Prod & Operations Management 3 General Electives 6 Total 15 Senior Year - Semester II …

  • Business Accounting Curriculum

    EMPHASIS: ACCOUNTING BUSINESS CURRICULUM GENERAL EDUCATION CORE COURSES (54 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite ORN 110 Orientation 1 CSC 131 Introduction to Computers 3 FIN 150 Personal Finance Management 2 MAT 126 R…

  • Business Accounting Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits FIN 210 Principles of Finance 3 MGT 410 Business Law 3 MGT 330 Prod & Operations Management 3 ACT ACT Elective 3 MGT 440 Business Research Methods 3 …

  • Business Finance Curriculum

    EMPHASIS: ACCOUNTING BUSINESS CURRICULUM GENERAL EDUCATION CORE COURSES (54 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite ORN 110 Orientation 1 CSC 131 Introduction to Computers 3 FIN 150 Personal Finance Management 2 MAT 126 R…

  • Business Finance Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits FIN FIN Electives 6 MGT 410 Business Law 3 MGT 330 Prod & Operations Management 3 MGT 440 Business Research Methods 3 Total 15 Senior Year - Semester II…

  • Business Marketing Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits FIN 210 Principles of Finance 3 MGT 410 Business Law 3 MGT 330 Prod & Operations Management 3 MKT 420 Marketing Research 3 MGT 440 Business Research Methods 3…

  • A Letter to Students on Reopening

    Dear Students, I want to extend my thanks to you – our new students and rising sophomores, juniors and seniors – and your families for being vigilant, patient, flexible and prayerful during this difficult time! 2020 Fall Semester Lane College will welcome new students (August 1, 2020) and return…

  • Lane's Reopening Plan

    Dear Students, I want to extend my thanks to you – our new students and rising sophomores, juniors and seniors – and your families for being vigilant, patient, flexible and prayerful during this difficult time! 2020 Fall Semester Lane College will welcome new students (August 1, 2020) and return…

  • President Logan Hampton's Reflections on Independence Day 2020

    As the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day, July 4, 2020, it is worth noting that “In every war fought by or within the United States, African-Americans participated.” Whether freemen or enslaved, Americans of African descent have served and made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms an…

  • Sixty-Seven Lane Student-Athletes Named to All-Academic Team

    Jackson, Tenn. – A total of 67 Lane College student-athletes have been named to the 2019-20 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Commissioner’s All-Academic Team. Within the SIAC, a record-high 1,355 student-athletes were named to the Commissioner’s All-Academic Team for maintaini…

  • Business Marketing Curriculum

    EMPHASIS: MARKETING BUSINESS CURRICULUM GENERAL EDUCATION CORE COURSES (54 hours) Course No. Major Course Credits Prerequisite ORN 110 Orientation 1 CSC 131 Introduction to Computers 3 FIN 122 Personal Finance Management 2 MAT 126 RE…

  • Business Management Track

    Senior Year - Semester I Dept. No. Course Credits FIN 210 Principles of Finance 3 MGT 410 Business Law 3 MGT 330 Prod & Operations Management 3 MKT 420 Marketing Research 3 ACT ACT Concentration Course (1) 3…

  • Fall 2020 is the YEAR OF YES at Lane!

    Lane College will begin instruction on August 3, 2020 for first-time freshmen and August 7, 2020 for all returning students. Instruction will be provided through the following delivery methods: Remote Instruction – Online through the Blackboard platform.Face-to Face – Meeting in classes on campus.…

  • General Information

    Enrollment Management Xavier Taylor | 731-426-7509 | xtaylor@lanecollege.edu Scheduling an AppointmentStudents, faculty, staff, and visitor MUST: Contact personal in which they want to meet with.This can be done by phone, text, and/or email.Arrive…

  • #IAMLANE Day of Giving - We are Stronger Together

    Lane College is excited to announce our upcoming 4th Annual IAMLANE Day of Giving on Friday, August 21. The virtually fun-filled day allows alum to reminisce and share about their time here at Lane, while making a gift to help the school meet a financial goal and challenging their fellow alum to do…