In August 1995, Lone Star College-Montgomery opened its doors as the fourth Lone Star College with a dedication ceremony led by then Texas Gov. George W. Bush. It was established as a comprehensive college located on 165 acres of pine forest between The Woodlands and Conroe, to serve the residents of Montgomery County.

LSC-Montgomery is also located just footsteps away from the LSC-University Center at Montgomery, which offers bachelor’s, master’s and specialized degrees from several university partners.

To accommodate student enrollment growth, LSC-Montgomery experienced campus expansion in 2011 with three new buildings opening on the main campus, as well as a new north side center in the Conroe/Willis area – the LSC-Conroe Center. LSC-Montgomery’s new buildings opened on campus include a new Health Science Center, a one-of-its-kind Music Hall, and a General Academic Center, as well as a 1,000-space parking garage.

LSC-Montgomery’s fall 2012 enrollment for credit students was 13,250.

Improvements planned for LSC-Montgomery - $38.9 million

  • New student services building – 60,000 sf
  • New university center – 54,000 sf
  • Increase parking – 420 spaces
  • Widen and improve entry drives
  • Renovations - 82,000 sf

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LSC-Montgomery 2013 Bond Proposals diagram

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LSC-Montgomery campus

Students outside the General Academic Center

Students relaxing on campus

Students studying on campus

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Smart Investment for Future Growth

  • No tax rate increase
  • Added 30,000 students in past 5 years; 58% growth
  • Projecting more than 100,000 students by 2018
  • Strong budget management and
    accelerated debt pay down
  • AAA Bond Rating
  • Frozen tax rate for 65+ and disabled
  • Rapidly increasing community demand

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