Lone Star College lifePATH® provides a unique opportunity for adult students to learn the social and skill expectations needed in business, academics, and personal relationships. LSC lifePATH® is a four-year comprehensive model of post-secondary educational opportunities for students who have disabilities that affect executive functioning. Students are selected as part of a cohort and each cohort remains together for all classes during the first two years. Students earn various Lone Star College certificates in Occupational Studies, complete ACT® WorkKeys® Assessments, and receive the ACT® National Career Readiness Certification. Students can choose to earn college credit in general Lone Star College credit courses. After two years, students can exit lifePATH, receiving a Lone Star College Certificate in Foundational Occupational Studies. Students who stay for the four year program, continue to take lifePATH classes as a cohort.
Attend an Information Session
Details about the lifePATH® program and its various options are presented during information sessions available at either the LSC-Tomball or LSC-Montgomery location. Potential students are required to attend an information session as part of the application process.
lifePATH® Information Session Dates
Wednesday, May 15, Tomball College E100 4:30-5:30pm
Tuesday, May 21, Montgomery College G102 4:30-5:30pm