All LSC facilities remain closed through April 30. Classes moving online resume April 13. Click here for course conversion information. Fall registration begins April 15. Additional student resources can be found at LoneStar.edu/Coronavirus.
**Important Update** Students must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form (FAFSA) before being eligible to apply for financial aid and other scholarships. Apply now at LoneStar.edu/CARESAct.
Here are a couple of ways to lessen your stress with online classes by offering options for FREE tutoring!!
Tutoring for online courses via BrainFuse ( BrainFuse PDF) This is free and easy to navigate. This is also accessed by clicking “Online Courses” in your My Lonestar. Then choose the 3rd option in the drop down “Online Tutoring." It will take you directly to Brainfuse. In the next week or so you will see the option of LSC Tutor Match in which you can choose from any LSC tutors as well, when they are available.
Contact your Conroe Center instructor through your D2L and ask them for the list of tutor emails. Math, Biology and English have all submitted their information to all Conroe Center instructors or visit: Conroe Center Tutors
If you have questions or get confused, you are welcome to email Jennifer.O.Dodd@Lonestar.edufor assistance. We want to make tutoring easy for you, not add to your stress.
If at any point, the need for a proctor arises, you have the option to use this site until our campuses re-open. Just be aware that there is a $25 fee charged by them per exam.The site name is ProctorU.com. Any other questions about testing can be sent to Conroe.Testing@lonestar.edu.
Student Economic Help
Tanya Shelby, Communities in Schools Program Manager, is available and supporting students with issues regarding: Health care, Food, Emergency aid/Unemployment, Housing, Instructional Considerations, and Mental Health & Wellness. Please call 832-639-0485 or email email@example.com? to schedule an appointment.
Close to Home
LSC-Conroe Center is a full-service Lone Star College center that offers affordable college education accessible to north Montgomery County. The center is a comprehensive educational campus that offers academic college transfer courses and professional-training programs in high-demand fields such as Piloting and in workforce programs that include: Welding, Machining, and Automotive Technology. Get Started Today!
The machining technology workforce skills award prepares graduates for careers in the operation and programming of computer numeric control (CNC) drills, grinders, mills and lathes used extensively in the manufacturing and repair industries.
Students will study the mechanical, electrical/electronic and environmental systems of the contemporary automobile and light truck. Graduates will be well prepared for entry-level employment as a career technician within dealership service departments or other major retail or service firms.
As of March 31, 2020 - To allow advisors to prepare for appointments, please schedule your appointment on the following spreadsheet at least 24 hours in advance: Schedule an Appointment
You will receive a confirmation in your myLoneStar email. Please use the job aid below to confirm your contact information is updated in iStar: Job Aid
Student Economic Help
During this difficult time, the LSC- Conroe Center's Communities in Schools Program (CIS) can assist students with problems they may be facing such as a financial help, needing food, housing, mental health, health care, and more.
CIS surrounds students with a community of support to help them succeed. Tayna Shelby, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 832-639-0485, is there to help.
Please note that the campuses are closed temporarily and LSCS has moved services and courses online.
(Currently on hold) New student orientation is a requirement for all first-time college students. For more information and to register please visit New Student Orientation orcontact us byphone (936.521.4500) or email. TBA