Registration is well under way for the first session of summer school at Lone Star College System, which starts June 1.
Students have until May 30 to register, which is the Saturday before classes begin.
The second session for the summer starts July 9.
Last year, 28,851 students attended summer classes at one of the five Lone Star Colleges, six centers, or the LSC-University Center.
“Based on very early projections, we expect the college system to enroll even more students this summer than last year,” said Kent McShan, professional analyst with the LSCS office of research and institutional effectiveness.
A full array of programs is offered as usual this summer at all colleges and centers. Current and future LSC students take advantage each year of the convenience and affordability that is offered through the shorter summer terms.
Lone Star College System consists of five colleges, including LSC-CyFair, LSC-Kingwood, LSC-Montgomery, LSC-North Harris, and LSC-Tomball, six centers and Lone Star College-University Center. With more than 50,000 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.
The summer schedule is as follows:
March 2 Registration began: on-site, online and telephone registration
*Check with campus admissions office for on-site hours*
May 1 Full payment due for early registration of mini-mester classes
2 Full payment due for all early summer registration
30 Last day to register for 1st summer session
June 1 1st summer session begins
5-7 Weekend classes begin
24 Last day to drop and receive "W" for first summer session
July 3-4 No classes (Independence Day Holiday)
8 Last day to register for 2nd summer session
9 2nd summer session begins
23 Last day to drop and receive "W" for 12-week summer session
Aug. 3 Last day to drop and receive "W" for second summer session
13 2nd summer session ends
16 Summer terms end
Fall 2009 Registration Dates
April 8 Registration for fall semester begins