- June 27, 2017LSC-Montgomery announces new scholarship named after President of Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands
Zoe Campbell received the inaugural Michelle Riley-Brown Healthcare Scholarship at Lone Star College-Montgomery’s 2017 Commencement.
- June 22, 2017
Get ready to bust a gut at LSC-Montgomery’s summer play “The Miss Firecracker Contest.”
- June 15, 2017
Students in Phi Theta Kappa Beta Delta Iota chapter at Lone Star College-Montgomery identified as a top 100 chapter out of more than 1,000 chapters internationally.
- June 13, 2017
LSC-Montgomery Medical Radiologic Technology students recently received six honors at the annual Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists conference.
- June 06, 2017
For the third year in a row 10 honors students from LSC-Montgomery helped LSC win the most prestigious award at the National Model United Nations Conference in New York City.
- June 05, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery honors students reproduced almost 30 African Violets from just 11 small leaves.
- June 01, 2017
Eleventh and twelfth graders from Conroe Independent School District can apply now for Lone Star College-Montgomery and Making Awesome Things Happen’s (M.A.T.H.) “Math and Minorities (M&M’s) in STEM Summer Institute.”
- June 01, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery English Professor Melissa Dennis added a new twist to her freshman English 1301 class and it involved one local nonprofit receiving a $500 grant.
- May 25, 2017
Nineteen high school seniors are on their way to becoming certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) thanks to a new dual credit program at Lone Star College-Montgomery. Once they pass the National Registry of EMT exam these students will be able to work on an ambulance or in an emergency room and many other places in our community, state, even nationwide.
- May 23, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery graduation was twice as nice for three area families. Devyn Fitzpatrick & Haley Fitzpatrick; Christopher Frantz & Jason Frantz; and Ariole Jones & Ashley Jones, all twins, celebrated their associates degrees with almost 1,400 other graduates May 12.