Published on: February 01, 2010
On Thursday, Jan. 21, State Representative Sylvester Turner, Lone Star College System Board of Trustees Chair, Randy Bates, J.D., Lone Star College-North Harris President, Dr. Steve Head and other LSC-North Harris administrators invited the Aldine ISD’s Victory Early College parents and members of the community to an open forum at the LSC-Carver Center campus to gather input and answer community questions regarding the planning and visioning for the soon-to-be-built Lone Star College-Victory Center. The center will be located in the Acres Home and Inwood Forest communities. Architects with Archi Technics/3 and Perspectiva were on hand to answer questions about the design of the new 85,000 square-foot facility, which is envisioned to be a center for workforce and academic preparation, economic and community development, and a focal point for citizenship training and community events. Future community forums will be planned during the upcoming spring semester. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin summer 2010.
Shown left to right: Kirk Paul, Archi Technics/3 Inc.; Dr. Steve Head, Lone Star College-North Harris president; Randy Bates, J.D., Lone Star College System Board of Trustees chair; Texas State Representative, Sylvester Turner; Dr. Larry Rideaux, LSC-Greenspoint and Carver Centers associate vice president; Dwayne Mollard, AIA, Perspectiva senior architect; and Martin Needle, Perspectiva executive vice president,
Lone Star College-North Harris is located at 2700 W.W. Thorne Drive, one-half mile south of FM 1960 E, between Aldine-Westfield and Hardy Roads. For more information about the college, call 281.618.5400 or visit: lonestar.edu/northharris.
Lone Star College System consists of five colleges including LSC-CyFair, LSC-Kingwood, LSC-Montgomery, LSC-North Harris, and LSC-Tomball, six centers, LSC-University Center, LSC-University Park, Lone Star Corporate College, and LSC-Online. With more than 62,000 students in credit classes this spring, LSCS is the largest institution of higher education in the Houston area and third largest community college system in Texas. To learn more visit LoneStar.edu.
Jan 28, 2010
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