Student Services at LSC-Greenspoint
LSC-Greenspoint Center is a comprehensive center. The on-site services are designed to address new and returning student needs in one location. Below is just a sample of things you can do while visiting the Center:
- Apply to Attend LSCS
- Meet with an Advisor
- Register for Classes
- Add and Drop Classes
- Order Transcripts
- Meet with a Financial Aid Specialist
- Pay for Classes
- Pay Library Fines
- Ask about Disability Services and Learning Accommodations
- Purchase Scantrons
- Visit the Extended Learning Center (Room 100)
- Find Tutoring (Room 308 & Room 311)
Visit the Transfer & Career Center (Room 200)
No appointment needed! Advising Services are located in Suite 109 – the Student Services area at Lone Star College-Greenspoint Center. Services include Admissions Assistance, Academic Advising, and Career Planning. Let us help you achieve your goals! For more information, visit us or call 281.260.3501.
Eligible LSC-Greenspoint and LSC-Victory Center students who wish to have classroom accommodations are encouraged to register as early as possible with Disability Services. Services, supports, and accommodations are individualized to meet the specific documented needs of the student. For more information, click on the links below or contact the Program Manager.
Marilyn Martin, Program Manager
Office Phone: 281-260-3522
Lone Star College-North Harris
Learning Accommodations Center
Lone Star College System
Wondering How To Apply For Financial Aid?You must complete LSCS's three step process in order to receive
- Complete a FAFSA (LSCS school code: 011145).
- If requested, provide any additional documentation.
- Review/accept financial aid award(s).
These steps must be completed each academic year that you wish to receive financial aid.
Keep in mind that the priority deadline for Fall is April 1, so submit all documentation as quickly as possible to allow time for processing. If you miss the priority deadline, don't worry! You can still apply throughout the year because funds are typically available year round.
Types of Financial Assistance:
Money you do not have to pay back. LOAN
Borrowed money. You do have to pay this back, with interest. WORK STUDY
Allows you earn money to help you cover school expenses. SCHOLARSHIP
Money awarded based on merit, need, or other specified criteria.