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Health and Human Performance

The Health and Human Performance Department offers Associate of Science degrees for students planning to transder to Oregon State University to earn a baccalaureate degree in:

For students planning on transferring to Western Oregon University or other four-year institutions, an AAOT with an emphasis in Health Promotion or Exercise and Sport Science is a good option to consider.



Volleyball Weight Room


The department has indoor and outdoor facilities to support exercise, physical education activities and athletics.  The Activity Center contains a fully equipped, double-court gymnasium, as well as a weight training room, aerobics room and complete shower facilities.  Outside facilities include a baseball diamond, tennis courts, four sand volleyball courts, disc golf and a wellness trail.

Cooperative Work Experience  Students enrolled in the Public Health or Health Education and Exercise and Sports Science Programs can earn up to 14 hours of college  credit for on-the-job training through LBCC's Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) program.  Students interest in building CWE into their curriculum should discuss it with their major advisor and the CWE Coordinator.

Intercollegiate Athletics are offered in men's basketball and women's volleyball. If you are interested in intercollegiate athletics, contacting the coach of the respective program is recommended.
Men's Basketball - Randy Falk -
Women's Volleyball - Jayme Frazier -