Who Can I Talk To?
Lone Star College has identified employees at all College locations who can assist LSC students with questions about accommodations. These employees are also available for faculty and staff who have questions on how to support students utilizing accommodations and auxiliary aids and services. Contact information is noted below.
Lone Star College-CyFair Locations
LSC-Westway Park Technology Center
Lone Star College-Kingwood Locations
Lee Ann Liebst
Lone Star College-Montgomery Locations
Lone Star College-North Harris Locations
LSC-North Harris Main Campus
CHI LSC-North Harris School of Cosmetology
LSC-East Aldine Center
LSC-Health Professions Building
Disability Services Office Front Desk: 281-765-7940
Direct Line: (281) 765-7938
Lone Star College-Tomball Locations
LSC-Tomball Main Campus
LSC-Tomball Health Science Building
LSC-Tomball Creekside Center
Lone Star College-University Park Locations
LSC-University Park Main Campus
LSC-Energy & Manufacturing Institute
Disability Services at LSC-System Office
Shelley F Blassingame
What is Disability Services?
Disability Services (DS) assists current and future students by determining and recommending appropriate academic support services. We also focus on helping students with disabilities make a successful transition to the college and act as a referral source for services both on campus and within the community.
Policy & Procedures
Students with Disability Rights
LSC recognizes and supports the principles set forth in federal and state laws designed to eliminate discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities. LSC believes in equal access to educational opportunities for all individuals and is committed to making reasonable accommodations, including furnishing auxiliary aids and services, for qualified individuals with disabilities as required by law. For more information, please see LSC’s Board Policy on Students with Disability Rights (section VI.D.11). For more information on procedures, see Students with Disability Rights Procedures.
Lone Star College collaborates with a variety of local, state, and federal entities to identify and share resources for students with disabilities. At Lone Star College locations, there are building entrances and indoor facilities designed to accommodate students with special needs. Classrooms and other facilities are also adjusted, when requested, to meet student needs. Auxiliary aids and services are available and are free to eligible students who register with the Disability Services Office at the Lone Star College they are obtaining their degree from. For more information, contact a DS Provider listed under Campus Contacts on this page