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Classes Cancelled

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

LSC-Montgomery late start classes keep educational goals on track after Hurricane Harvey

The devastation left in Hurricane Harvey’s wake has impacted students, their families and the start school year, but Lone Star College-Montgomery is doing everything it can to help students stay enrolled or get the courses they need to achieve educational goals. One great alternative is late start classes.

If students feel he or she has to drop a class to deal with flooding LSC-Montgomery wants to work with you, so first please talk with an advisor about how they can assist you. Call 936.273.7236 or email mc.advising@lonestar.edu.

There are many late start class alternatives students can add. These classes have start dates beginning in late September through October to help custom fit complicated schedules. Day by day recovery after the storm is touch and go and enrollment in these courses is flexible. As long as there are spaces available students can register for these eight- to 14-week online or in-person courses right up to the first day of class.

Just like traditional courses, Late Start classes help students achieve academic goals set toward workforce certificates, associate’s degrees, or university transfer.

This fall, LSC-Montgomery offers Late Start courses in the following program areas:


Automotive Technology (LSC-Conroe Center)

Business Management

Computer Information Technology



Health Information Technology


Interactive Media

Land Surveying


And much, much more...

For more information on how to search and register for Late Start courses, visit http://www.LoneStar.edu/late-start.  

Lone Star College offers high-quality, low-cost academic transfer and career training education to 95,000 students each semester. LSC is training tomorrow’s workforce today and redefining the community college experience to support student success. Stephen C. Head, Ph.D., serves as chancellor of LSC, the largest institution of higher education in the Houston area with an annual economic impact of $3.1 billion. LSC consists of six colleges, eight centers, two university centers, Lone Star Corporate College and LSC-Online. To learn more, visit LoneStar.edu.