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Linn-Benton Community College is located in Albany, Linn County, OR, and has an enrollment of about 5400.

There are 83 programs leading to Associates degrees. Among these are: Animal Technology: Horse Management; Digital Imaging and Prepress; Exercise and Sport Science and Farrier Science.

East Linn-LBCC centers offer a broad range of credit and non-credit courses each term in Lebanon, Sweet Home, Brownsville, Halsey, Scio and other rural communities of Linn County and Benton County. Classes are held at the centers as well as at local schools, churches, senior centers and Boys & Girls clubs.

Athletic scholarships are given in basketball, baseball and track/cross country.

Location: 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany Oregon 97321 Telephone 541-917-4811

Other Education nearby:
(Salem) A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village
(Corvallis) Ashbrook Independent School
(Silverton) Biblion College Seminary
(Eugene) Cal Young Middle School
(Salem) Chemeketa Community College
(Eugene) Gilham Elementary School

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