All LSC facilities remain closed through April 30. Classes moving online resume April 13. Click here for course conversion information. Fall registration begins April 15. Additional student resources can be found at LoneStar.edu/Coronavirus.
**Important Update** Students must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form (FAFSA) before being eligible to apply for financial aid and other scholarships. Apply now at LoneStar.edu/CARESAct.
Lone Star College Promise
We are not taking New Applications at this time. Current Promise recipients do not have to re-certify.
What Is the Lone Star College Promise?
The College Promise is a scholarship and community service program that provides two years of “last-dollar scholarship” for a college education at any Lone Star College location and is funded by the Lone Star College Foundation.
Students must exhaust all other grants and scholarships (except the Texas Public Educational Grant ) prior to being awarded the Promise Scholarship.
Why Lone Star College Promise?
The College Promise program is designed to reduce financial barriers to college and provide students with assistance to navigate and complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or TASFA (Texas Application for State Financial Aid) and the admissions process to attend Lone Star College.
LSC created the program to provide more opportunity for students to pursue and complete their higher education and break down the barriers to earning a college degree for in-district students. Lone Star College is committed to student access, equality, success and completion.
The LSC Promise will fund the balance of tuition and mandatory fees due for students that still demonstrate financial need after all Federal grant and scholarship awards are used to pay for tuition and fees. Books are not covered. It is not a loan and does not have to be paid back.
12 Credit Hours
Students must be full-time and enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours each fall and spring semester to be eligible.
15 Volunteer Hours
Students must participate in a minimum of 15 hours of community service each fall and spring semester.
Qualify for in-district tuition.
Enrolled in an Associate Degree program (seeking first degree).