News & Events

  • Bates, Forestier, Hosley: Bonds will help Lone Star College keep pace
    (The Houston Chronicle)
    On May 11, voters will have very important decisions to make regarding the future of the Lone Star College System and the important role it plays in the community. Read More »
  • Lone Star College works
    (The Houston Chronicle)
    Lone Star College was the fastest growing education system in the nation in 2012, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. The community college system, which serves 11 school districts north of Houston, sits in the middle of an arc of growth stretching from Tomball to The Woodlands and Conroe, and east to Humble and Kingwood. Read More »
  • BRUCE HILLEGEIST: Remember to vote this Saturday, May 11
    (The Tomball Potpourri)
    You may have recently read where the Chamber Board of Directors voted last month to support the two local bond referendums on the May 11 ballot. I am sure you are aware that Lone Star College System is asking for voter approval of a $497.7 million bond referendum to prepare for an expected 100,000 students by 2018. Read More »
  • Developing North Houston - Chamber panel highlights growth opportunities
    (Northeast News)
    NORTH HOUSTON – The burgeoning economy for development in North Houston is being examined in a series of panels and luncheons by the Houston Intercontinental Chamber, according to its president, Reggie Gray. Read More »
  • Tomball Chamber of Commerce supports bond proposals
    (The Tomball Potpourri)
    The Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted April 2 to support the Lone Star College System and Tomball Independent School District bond proposals, which are on the ballot May 11. Read More »
  • Kingwood-area voters face May 11 decisions
    (The Houston Chronicle)
    Voters in the Kingwood area began casting their ballots with the start of early voting on April 29 in preparation for the May 11 election day. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System wants to increase security measures with bond referendum
    (The Houstonian)
    Security could be increased within the Lone Star College System, along with other upgrades, if the more than $497.7 million bond referendum gets passed. Read More »
  • LSCS looks to build with $498M in bonds
    (Your Houston News)
    Voters in Montgomery and Harris counties will decide whether an ambitious construction campaign for the Lone Star College System moves forward with a $497.7 million price tag. Read More »
  • Lone Star College bond will bring center to Magnolia
    (The Magnolia Potpourri)
    The Lone Star College System has grown by 30,000 students over the last five years. Due to this growth the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees has called for a $497.7 million bond referendum. Read More »
  • Additions planned for LSC-Tomball if bond passes
    (The Houston Chronicle)
    Voters in Harris County will decide on May 11 whether the growth experienced by the Lone Star College System is a good enough reason to approve a $497.7 million bond referendum. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System brings bond referendum to the voters in May
    (The Humble Observer)
    To address growth throughout the Lone Star College System, voters will be asked to vote yes or no on a bond referendum May 11. Read More »
  • Lone Star College calls for May bond election
    (Community Impact Newspaper)
    To address its explosive enrollment growth, the Lone Star College System’s bond election in May will include $102.2 million to expand its Tomball campus. The expansion involves building an 85,000 square-foot Creekside Center and, in a couple of years, a Magnolia Center. Read More »
  • Lone Star College bond referendum includes new building for East Aldine
    (Northeast News)
    NORTHEAST – Lone Star College North Harris president Dr. Stephen Head and a group of his administrators met with the East Aldine District and community leaders in business and education, to discuss how the college could serve the district residents in the future. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System helps train houston area workforce
    (Cypress Creek Mirror)
    HOUSTON – Houston is basking in a booming economy – and Lone Star College System is feeling that growth with its expanding student enrollment. Read More »
  • Lone Star College calls for May bond election
    (Community Impact Newspaper)
    Following five years of unparalleled student growth, Lone Star College System officials have called for a $497.7 million bond election May 11. If approved by voters, the money will pay for several new instructional buildings and increased parking spaces at the LSC–CyFair and University Park campuses. Read More »
  • Lone Star College launches website for 2013 bond referendum
    (Ultimate Kingwood, The Houston Chronicle)
    The Lone Star College System recently launched a new website to provide details on the projects by campus related to the Saturday, May 11, bond referendum called by the LSCS Board of Trustees. Read More »
  • LSC bond referendum to include $102.2 million for area
    (The Tomball Potpourri)
    The Lone Star College System has announced the projects that it intends to fund through a $497.7 million bond referendum set for May and several updates to the Tomball campus are expected along with funding for a future LSC campus in Magnolia. Read More »
  • Lone Star College rolls out $500M bond construction package
    (Houston Business Journal)
    Houston's Lone Star College System has unveiled its nearly $500 million bond referendum to be put before voters in May. Read More »
  • LSC bond referendum to include $102.2 million for Tomball, future Magnolia campus
    (The Magnolia Potpourri)
    The Lone Star College System has announced the projects that it intends to fund through a $497.7 million bond referendum set for May and several updates to the Tomball campus are expected along with funding for a future LSC campus in Magnolia. Read More »
  • LSCS outlines bond referendum projects by campus.
    (The Tomball Potpourri)
    HOUSTON (March 6, 2013) – Lone Star College System has launched a new web site – LoneStar.edu/Bond2013 – to provide details on the projects by campus related to the May 11 bond referendum called by the LSCS Board of Trustees. Read More »
  • If passed, LSCS bond will not change tax rate
    (Houston Chronicle)
    Voters within the Lone Star College System will face a $498 million bond election on May 11 that would expand facilities throughout the system to accommodate a growing student body. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System Board calls for May 11 bond election.
    (The Tomball Potpourri)
    HOUSTON – The Lone Star College System Board of Trustees has responded to a committee of citizen leaders and voted unanimously to put a bond referendum in front of area voters for approval on May 11. Read More »
  • Community leaders call for the expansion of Lone Star College.
    (Cypress Creek Mirror)
    A citizen committee is pushing for the expansion of the Lone Star College System to meet the institution’s unprecedented growth rate and prepare for new growth that will come with the completion of Exxon Mobil’s new campus in The Woodlands, the Grand Parkway and Noble Energy at Lone Star College-University Park. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System Board hears from community about growth needs.
    (Cypress Creek Mirror)
    HOUSTON – A committee of community leaders has recommended to the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees that the system consider building new learning facilities and infrastructure sufficient to accommodate the system’s historical growth. Read More »

Official Press Releases

  • LSCS plans expanded security features with bond referendum funds

    (Lone Star College)
    HOUSTON (April 23, 2013) – Upgraded security and enhanced campus safety features at Lone Star College System are projects included in the upcoming $497.7 million bond referendum. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System helps train Houston area workforce

    (Lone Star College)
    HOUSTON (March 28, 2013) – Houston is basking in a booming economy – and Lone Star College System is feeling that growth with its expanding student enrollment. Read More »
  • LSCS outlines bond referendum projects by campus
    (Lone Star College)
    HOUSTON (March 6, 2013) – Lone Star College System has launched a new web site – LoneStar.edu/Bond2013 – to provide details on the projects by campus related to the May 11 bond referendum called by the LSCS Board of Trustees. Read More »
  • LSCS schedules ballot position draw for upcoming board trustee election

    (Lone Star College)
    HOUSTON (Feb. 27, 2013) – Candidates running for the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees’ Positions 1, 2, and 8 will meet in Room 112 of the Training and Development Center, 5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77381 at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 4, 2013 to draw for a position on the May 11, 2013 Board of Trustees election ballot. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System Board calls for May 11 bond election.
    (Lone Star College)
    HOUSTON (Feb. 22, 2013) – The Lone Star College System Board of Trustees has responded to a committee of citizen leaders and voted unanimously to put a bond referendum in front of area voters for approval on May 11. Read More »
  • Lone Star College System Board hears from community about growth needs
    (Lone Star College)

    HOUSTON (Feb. 8, 2013) – A committee of community leaders has recommended to the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees that the system consider building new learning facilities and infrastructure sufficient to accommodate the system’s historical growth. Read More »
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