LSC-University Park Spring Registration
Welcome to Lone Star College-University Park! Innovation meets education on our campus, conveniently located at State Highway 249 and Louetta Road. We invite you to build the future you have always imagined here. Most Spring classes begin the week of Jan. 17, so start the registration process now! Below you will find information to help you enroll.
All students applying for Spring must follow Lone Star College admissions guidelines.
LSC-University Park encourages students to participate in advising. Meet with a counselor or advisor to choose courses and make appropriate decisions your academic goals.
The Counseling Services staff is available year-round to guide students regarding prerequisites, course transferability and career choices.
View the detailed registration schedule and important dates on our Academic Calendar.
A full-time course load is 12 to 18 credit hours. An overload is defined as attempting more than 18 credit hours in the fall or spring term. An overload during any term must be approved by the academic vice president or designee.
Review the class schedule at LSC-University Park to see which ones may work best for you. Classes may fill up quickly, so we recommend that you register as early as possible. Also check this listing periodically to see if additional class sections are available.
If you miss registration for the traditional Spring semester, LSC-University Park offers Late Start classes with various start dates in many subject areas.
Payment for early registration for Spring 2017 tuition and fees is due in FULL by Jan. 7, 2017. After this date, payment is due upon registration. For more information, visit our Payment page.
To see our affordable in-district, out-of-district and out-of-state rates visit our Tuition page.
- The priority deadline for submitting Financial Aid documents for the Spring 2017 semester was Nov. 1. Students who apply after that date are still eligible for financial aid, but may need to pay their tuition by the payment due date.
- You must make Satisfactory Academic Progress to retain eligibility.