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LSC-CyFair May Mini Mester 2017

May Mini-Mester is almost here! Be sure to check out the details below and start registering for your May Mini classes!

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

Dates

Registration for the May Mini-Mester begins March 1, 2017.
Classes begin on May 15, 2017.

May Mini-Mester 2017 Calendar

Registration Begins for May Mini-Term March 1
Full Payment Due for May Mini-Mester Classes May 5
May Mini-Term Begins (3-week) May 15
Memorial Holiday (Offices Closed) May 27-29
Last day to receive a W for May Mini Term May 30
May Mini-Term Ends (3-Week) June 4
May Mini-Term Ends (4-Week) June 11

Classes Offered

Check online for additional information including times, availability and campus locations (LSC-CyFair, LSC-Fairbanks Center, and LSC-Cypress Center).

May Mini-Mester (3-Week) Online Classes

Subject Catalog Course Title
ART 1301 Art Appreciation
BIOL 1322 Nutrition
BUSI 1307 Personal Finance
EDUC 1300 Learning Framework: 1st Yr Exp
ENGL 1301 Comp & Rhetoric I
ENGL 1302 Comp & Rhetoric II
GEOG 1303 World Regional Geography
GOVT 2305 Federal Government
GOVT 2306 Texas Government
HIST 1301 US History to 1877
HIST 1302 US History Since 1877
HIST 2301 Texas History
HUMA 1301 HUMA I:Prehistory to Gothic
MATH 0308 Intro Algebra
MATH 1314 College Algebra
MATH 1316 Trigonometry
MATH 1342 Statistics
MUSI 1306 Appreciating Music
PHED 1164 Intro Physical Fitness and Wellness
PHED 1304 Personal/Community Health
PHIL 1301 Intro to Phil
PSYC 2301 General Psychology
PSYC 2314 Life-growth/devel
SOCI 1301 Prin of Sociology
SPCH 1311 Intro to Communication
SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Comm
SPCH 1321 Business and Prof Comm

May Mini-Mester (3-Week) Face to Face Classes

Face to Face classes traditionally meet Monday through Friday.

Subject Catalog Course Title
CRIJ 1306 Court Syst and Pract
ECON 2301 Macro-economics
ENGL 1301 Comp & Rhetoric I
ENGL 1302 Comp & Rhetoric II
GEOG 1301 Physical Geography
GOVT 2305 Federal Government
GOVT 2306 Texas Government
HIST 1301 US History to 1877
HIST 1302 US History Since 1877
MATH 0306 Pre-Algebra Math
MATH 0308 Intro Algebra
MATH 0310 Inter Algebra
MATH 1314 College Algebra
MATH 1316 Trigonometry
MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business
MATH 1342 Statistics
PHIL 2303 Intro to Formal Logic
PSYC 2301 General Psychology
PSYC 2317 Basic Statistics
SOCI 1301 Prin of Sociology
SPAN 1300 Span Conversation I
SPCH 1311 Intro to Communication
SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Comm

May Mini-Mester (4-Week) Classes

The following list includes online, hybrid and in-person classes.

Subject Catalog Course Title
BCIS 1305 Business Computer Apps
COSC 1301 Introduction to Computers
DRAM 1310 Theatre Appreciation
ECON 2301 Macro-economics
MUSI 1306 Appreciating Music
SPCH 1311 Intro to Communication
SPCH 1315 Public Speaking
SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Comm

Tutoring

Are you pressured by Mini-Mester course assignments? Tutoring offered by the Academic Success Center can help!
From May 15 to June 4, 2017 tutoring will be available:
Monday - Friday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Academic Success Center
2nd Floor of LRNC (Library)
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Library Hours

Library hours can be found here.

Campus Bookstore

The LSC Cy-Fair campus bookstore will follow the hours outlined here.

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

  • Click here for more information about Financial Aid.
  • You must have a completed 2016-2017 financial aid file to establish eligibility.
  • Transient students will not be eligible for Mini-Mester aid.
  • You must be making satisfactory academic progress. Click here to view the written standards.
  • If you are awarded financial aid for Summer 2017, your Mini-mester charges will be applied to your Summer 2017 semester charges. Please note: If you are not meeting SAP your aid may be cancelled and your will be responsible for payment.

Admissions – Applying to Lone Star College

All students applying for the May Mini-Mester must follow Lone Star College admissions guidelines. Transfer and transient students may find additional admissions information here.

Transfer and transient students will be required to submit official transcript(s) from all colleges or universities previously attended. However, students may be allowed to register using unofficial transcripts by signing a transcript waiver. See Registration for more information.

Official college transcripts may be:

  1. Brought in to the campus in the original sealed envelope.
  2. Sent electronically via the SPEEDE system.
  3. E-mailed as a secured PDF directly from the institution to StudentRecords@LoneStar.edu.
  4. Mailed to LSC Cy-Fair admissions at:
    ATT: Student Records
    Lone Star College-CyFair
    9191 Barker Cypress Road
    Cypress, TX 77433-1383

Academic Advisement

Lone Star College-CyFair encourages all students to participate in academic advisement throughout their tenure here. The Academic Advisement process includes meeting with an academic advisor to choose courses, discuss course transferability and make appropriate decisions concerning students’ academic goals.

The Counseling Services staff is available year round to guide students in their career choices and many other aspects that concern student development.

Registration

Once students are ready to register, they are able to search and register for open classes through their myLoneStar account.

Students who are having difficulty registering online may also E-mail their request for registration to CyFair.Registration@LoneStar.edu from your myLoneStar student E-mail account. In this E-mail you must include your full name, Student ID number and the class information for the specific classes you would like to add. The class information should consist of the Course Number, Course Subject, Section Number and Class Number.

Transfer and transient students will be required to submit official transcript from all colleges or universities previously attended. However, students may be allowed to register using unofficial transcripts by signing a transcript waiver.

The transcript waiver may be downloaded here. Once completed, the waiver and a student’s unofficial transcripts may be sent via E-mail to CyFair.Registration@LoneStar.edu, from the student’s myLoneStar E-mail account.

View the detailed registration schedule on the Academic Calendar.

*Students are responsible for paying charges by the payment due date. Students not paying by the payment due date may be dropped from their classes.

Drop a Class During May Mini

Students may visit the Admissions and Records counter in CASA to drop a class or drop electronically. Students are able to drop a class electronically using the CyFairRegistration@lonestar.edu email address from their MyLoneStar email account. Students must include:

  • Full Name
  • Student ID Number
  • Course Subject, Course Number, Section Number and Class Number of the class being dropped

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.

Tuition

Payment for the May Mini-Mester tuition and fees is due in FULL May 5, 2017. After this date, payment is due upon registration. Mini-Mester classes are NOT eligible for a payment plan. For more information, visit our Tuition page.

By registering for classes at Lone Star College, students acknowledge and agree to Lone Star College System's Financial Responsibility Agreement, available here.

Credit Hours Resident of District1 Out-of-District2 International/Out-of-State3
1 $94 $164 $250
2 $156 $296 $326
3 $218 $428 $473
4 $280 $560 $620
  1. Resident of district: Includes tuition at the rate of $44 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 an infrastructure 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.