LSC-CyFair Winter 2015 Mini-Mester

The following is helpful information for enrolling in the December 2015 Mini-Mester.

Admissions – Applying to Lone Star College

All students applying for the Winter Mini-Mester must follow Lone Star College admissions guidelines.

Academic Advisement

All students are encouraged to visit Advising Services throughout their undergraduate studies at LSC-CyFair. The academic advisement process includes meeting with an advisor  to develop an academic plan that will ensure students are making appropriate decisions concerning their academic goals.

Counseling Services have professionals who are trained to assist you in meeting your academic, career, and personal goals. Change, stress, and personal growth are all elements of the college experience. Counseling Services are dedicated to helping you succeed through a variety of services.

Registration

View the Academic Calendar to see our detailed registration schedule.

Dates

Registration for the Winter Mini-Mester begins November 11, 2015.
Classes begin December 14, 2015
Due date is December 4, 2015. After this date payment is due upon registration.

Winter Mini-Term (3 week) December 14 - January 3
Winter Mini-Term (4 week) December 14 - January 10
Winter Holidays for Mini-Term December 25 and January 1

 

Student Load and Overload

An overload is defined as attempting more than 18 credit hours in the fall or spring terms. An overload during any term must be approved by the academic vice president or designee. A student may take only one course during the Mini-Mester.

Class Schedules

3-Week Winter Mini-Mester Classes

Start Date: December 14, 2015 — End Date: January 3, 2016
Face-to-Face classes held Monday-Friday

Subject Catalog Section Course Title Mode
ARTS 1301 F001 Art Appreciation Online
ARTS 1301 5004 Art Appreciation Online
ARTS 1301 5037 Art Appreciation Online
BIOL 1322 F001 Nutrition Online
BIOL 1322 5001 Nutrition Online
ECON 2301 5001 Macro-economics Online
ECON 2302 5001 Micro-economics Online
ENGL 1301 Y012 Comp & Rhetoric I Online
ENGL 1301 F001 Comp & Rhetoric I Online
ENGL 1301 5001 Comp & Rhetoric I Face-to-Face
ENGL 1301 5002 Comp & Rhetoric I Face-to-Face
ENGL 1301 5003 Comp & Rhetoric I Online
ENGL 1301 5004 Comp & Rhetoric I Online
ENGL 1302 Y009 Comp & Rhetoric II Online
ENGL 1302 5001 Comp & Rhetoric II Face-to-Face
ENGL 1302 5002 Comp & Rhetoric II Face-to-Face
ENGL 1302 5003 Comp & Rhetoric II Online
ENGL 1302 5004 Comp & Rhetoric II Online
ENGL 2311 Y004 Technical Comm Online
ENGL 2328 5005 American Lit Civil War - Present Online
FIRT 1291 5001 ST Fire Arson Investigation 3 Face-to-Face
GEOG 1303 F001 World Regional Geography Online
GOVT 2305 5001 Federal Government Face-to-Face
GOVT 2305 5002 Federal Government Online
GOVT 2305 5003 Federal Government Online
GOVT 2306 F001 Texas Government Online
GOVT 2306 5002 Texas Government Online
GOVT 2306 5041 Texas Government Online
HIST 1301 F011 US History to 1877 Online
HIST 1301 5001 US History to 1877 Face-to-Face
HIST 1301 5002 US History to 1877 Online
HIST 1301 5003 US History to 1877 Online
HIST 1302 5001 US History Since 1877 Face-to-Face
HIST 1302 5002 US History Since 1877 Online
HIST 1302 5061 US History Since 1877 Online
MATH 0308 5033 Intro Algebra Online
MATH 0310 5001 Inter Algebra Face-to-Face
MATH 1314 F001 College Algebra Face-to-Face
MATH 1314 5002 College Algebra Online
PSYC 2301 F001 General Psychology Online
PSYC 2301 5035 General Psychology Online
SPCH 1311 F002 Intro to Communication Online
SPCH 1321 5013 Business and Prof Comm Online

 

4-Week Winter Mini-Mester Classes

Start Date: December 14, 2015 — End Date: January 10, 2016
Face-to-Face classes held Monday-Friday

Subject Catalog Section Course Title Mode
ACCT 2401 5001 Prin. of Financial Accounting Online
ACCT 2401 5003 Prin. of Financial Accounting Online
ACCT 2402 5001 Prin. Managerial Accounting Online
BCIS 1305 5019 Business Computer Apps Online
COSC 1301 5039 Intro to Computers Online
COSC 1309 5001 Logic Design Online
MATH 0308 5035 Intro Algebra Online
MATH 0310 5003 Inter Algebra Online
MATH 1314 5001 College Algebra Online
MRKG 2348 5001 Marketing Research Online
PHED 1164 5067 Intro-Physical Fitness & Wellness Hybrid
PHED 1164 5068 Intro-Physical Fitness & Wellness Hybrid
PHED 1164 5069 Intro-Physical Fitness & Wellness Hybrid
PHED 1164 5070 Intro-Physical Fitness & Wellness Hybrid
PHIL 1301 5014 Intro to Phil Online
SPCH 1318 5019 Interpersonal Comm Online

 

Tuition

Payment for the Mini-Mester tuition and fees is due in FULL by December 4, 2015. These classes are NOT eligible for a payment plan. For more information, visit our Payment page.

Credit Hours Resident of District1 Out-of-District2 International/Out-of-State3
1 $92 $162 $250
2 $152 $292 $322
3 $212 $422 $467
4 $272 $552 $612
  1. Resident of district: Includes tuition at the rate of $42 per credit hour, a $9 per credit hour technology fee, a $2 per credit hour student activity fee, a $7 per credit hour general use fee, a registration fee of $12 and a facility use fee of $20. Applies to U.S. citizens who are residents of Aldine, Conroe, Cy-Fair, Humble, Klein, Magnolia, New Caney, Splendora, Spring, Tomball and Willis Independent School Districts.
  2. Out-of-district: Applies to U.S. citizens who are residents of Texas but do not reside in the college district. Includes the same tuition and fees as in-district students, plus a $70 per credit hour out-of-district fee.
  3. International/Out-of-state: Applies to all other students. By legislative action the tuition may not be less than $200 (minimum tuition). Includes the same tuition and fees as in-district students, plus an $85 per credit hour international/out-of-state fee.

Things to know for using your Financial Aid for Mini-Mester

  • You must have a completed 2015-2016 financial aid file to establish eligibility.
  • Transient students will not be eligible for Mini-Mester aid. Students must be enrolled as a full year, Fall only, or Spring only student.
  • You must be making satisfactory academic progress. Click here to view the written standards.
  • If you are awarded financial aid for Spring 2016, your Mini-Mester charges will be applied to your Spring 2016 semester charges. Please note, SAP will not be run until after the Winter Mini-Mester term begins. Therefore if you are not meeting SAP, your aid may be cancelled and you will be responsible for payment.
  • Click here for more information about Financial Aid.

The LSC-CyFair Tutoring Program

The Tutoring Program is part of our Academic Success Center. All tutoring services at LSC-CyFair are absolutely FREE! The LSC-CyFair Tutoring Program:

  • cultivates life-long learning in a positive and caring atmosphere;
  • supports classroom instruction and overall student success;
  • challenges and motivates individuals as they strive for and attain personal and academic growth.

At present all tutoring except English (in the Writing Center) is on a drop-in basis.

Tutoring Available from December 14 to December 31
Hours: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: CASA 111
Closed: December 25 and January 1

To Request to Add/Drop a Class via E-Mail

Send an e-mail to CyFair.Registration@lonestar.edu from your myLoneStar student e-mail account and include:

  • Your full name
  • Your student ID number
  • The class information for the class you would like to add/drop. (Class information consists of the Course Number, Course Subject, Section Number and Class Number)