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Academic advising support is a crucial element of LSC's commitment to student success.  It is strongly recommended that all dual credit students meet with an academic advisor to discuss their academic goals and degree plans prior to taking any college level courses. 

Keep this in mind when speaking to an advisor regarding dual credit courses:

  • Grades in dual credit classes become a permanent part of your college record.
  • Students must maintain a grade of "C" or better to remain in the program.
  • Participation in dual credit courses may cause you to be ineligible for University Interscholastic League competition.  Check with your high school counselor for details.
  • Compare the college and high school calendars.  These are not always the same.
  • Withdrawal from a dual credit course requires notification of your high school and completion of the necessary paperwork at your Lone Star College.

Note:  Determination that a college course meets the high school TEKS/learning outcomes for a particular high school course is the responsibility of the school district or private/charter/home school.  Lone Star College does not identify courses as meeting any particular TEA requirements for high school graduation.  Lone Star College-Online has designed some online dual credit courses to meet the TEKS, but additional outcomes required by any school/district will need to be supplemented by that school/district.  All decisions regarding a student's high school graduation plan should be determined by their school counselor/administrator.

Academic Advisors

 LSC-CyFair Dual Credit CyFair Dual Credit Advisor 281.290.3426
 LSC-Kingwood Lynn Deal Linda.D.Deal
 LSC-Montgomery Lynsey Hammond Lynsey.W.Hammond

 LSC-North Harris Cathleen Tyson-Ferrol Cathleen.A.Tyson-Ferrol
 LSC-Tomball Erica Clark Erica.Clark
 LSC-University Park Cheryl Rader Cheryl.K.Rader