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Classes Cancelled

All classes are cancelled beginning at 3:00 pm today. Normal schedule will resume on Saturday.  

New 8-Week Courses

There are many benefits to taking an 8-Week class

This fall, get on the Fast Track here at Lone Star College-Montgomery. Research shows that students are much more successful in 8-week semesters. 8-Week Degree programs allow students to:

  • Prioritize: Students can focus their attention on two classes at a time to minimize workload.
  • Complete: A life event that causes students to drop classes won’t impact the number of courses dropped as heavily.
  • Capitalize: Longer meeting times over shorter semesters allows students more time to focus on difficult subjects.
  • Transfer: Taking Advantage of 8 Week semesters can allow students to transfer to the university of choice sooner.

The 8 Week degree program allows students to break up a 16 week semester into two 8 week semesters.  Students who take 12 hours of credit over the two 8 week semesters can still qualify for financial aid!  

There are many benefits to taking an 8-Week class:

  • Focus on taking one class at a time.
  • Retake classes and get back up to speed quickly.
  • Transfer to your university of choice sooner. 

Fall 2019

Registration for Fall 2019 is open. Register today to get the classes and schedule you want.

Course Core/Elective Component Hours
First Session (Fall)
ENGL 1301 Communication 3
  Core elective (or ENGL co-requisite) 3
EDUC 1300 Learning Frameworks 3
Second Session (Fall)
MATH 1314 Mathematics 3
ENGL 1302 or 2311 Component Area Option (or Math co-requisite) 3
Third Session (Spring)
SPCH 1311, 1315, 1318, 1321 Communication 3
HIST 1301 American History II 4
Fourth Session (Spring)
SOCI 1301/ PYSC 2301/ECON 2301 Social and Behavioral Science (or Math co-requisite) 4
HIST 1302 American History II 3
Fifth Session (Summer or Second Fall)
SOCI 1301/PYSC 2301/ECON 2301 Social and Behavioral Science 4
ARTS 1301/DRAM 2366 Creative Arts 3
Sixth Session (Summer or Second Fall)
BIOL 1408 or ENVR 1401 Biological & Physical Science 4
  Elective  
Seventh Session
  Elective  
BIOL 1409 or ENVR 1401 Biological & Physical Science 4
Eighth Session
  Elective 3
  Lang/Phil/Cult 3
GOVT 2305 Government  
Ninth Session
GOVT 2306 Government 3
Tenth Session
  Elective 3
  Elective (if necessary due to co-requisite) 3
Total Hours for Degree: 60

Choose electives from any course in the catalog based on university requirements if transferring.

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Meet with an Advisor

We encourage you to talk with an advisor to see if accelerated courses are a good fit for you. Lone Star College academic advisors have resources and tips available to assist you in determining which courses will help you reach your goals.

Questions? Contact an Advisor:
936.273.7236
mc.advising@lonestar.edu
3200 College Park Drive
Building C • Conroe, TX 77384

Spring Enrollment Services Hours of Operation

Monday - Tuesday 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sunday Closed


Register for Class

Once you have been advised and cleared to register, start searching for open courses using myLonestar.  You may register for classes online or in person with a Student Services staff member. Need help? Contact Student Services for further information and assistance

Search for Classes

Common Service Indicators/Holds

Students will need to come on campus to bypass online holds. To bypass new student orientation, TSI testing, and First Time In College course work for new students, please send your university transcripts to the following address or email (StudentRecords@LoneStar.edu):

Lone Star College Student Records
20515 SH 249 - UP1104
Houston, Texas 77070

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  • Student Success Hold – Designed for First Time In College (FTIC) students. Please contact the Advising Office if you are currently attending another college/university.
  • New Student Orientation – For First Time in College (FTIC) students. Please contact the Advising Office if you are currently attending another college/university.

 

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