LSC-Montgomery News

  • Lace up your sneakers and get out to Lone Star College-Montgomery’s annual heart pumping Healthier U wellness expo and job fair, to be held Wednesday, April 8 through Friday, April 10.
  • The Military History Club, a student organization at Lone Star College-Montgomery, recently raised more than $400 with its "Race to the Sea," fun run, commemorating an event from World War I.  

  • Power down those computers and turn off those televisions. It’s time for you and your family to get outdoors for the annual Texas Wildlife and Woodland Expo and Spring Fling on Saturday, March 28, at Lone Star College-Montgomery.

  • When Randy Smyth, Walter Wells Jr., Eric Sears, James (Devon) Lawson, and Elsie Munoz entered the Job Fair 2015 in Conroe last month with their resumes in hand and the intent to make a potential job connection, they had no idea they would receive a $500 scholarship to Lone Star College, with the option to attend classes at any one of the college’s campuses.

  • Discover all that Lone Star College-Montgomery offers at Maverick Mania, an open house event on Tuesday, April 14, from 4:30-7 p.m., in the atrium of the Health Science Center (Building B). Those who pre-register for the event online and then attend will be eligible for a prize drawing of free tuition for the fall 2015 semester.  

  • Close your eyes and let the sounds of authentic Irish singing and stories of Irish-American vocalist and instrumentalist Danny O’Flaherty take you off to a warm, turf-fueled, fire-lit night of Irish heritage and ancestry. 

  • Lone Star College-Montgomery and the Montgomery County Literary Art Council’s Writers in Performance series welcomes Texas novelist, screenwriter, and journalist Sarah Bird to read and discuss excerpts from her works on Thursday, March 19, at 7 p.m. in the Health Science Center (building B), room 102, at Lone Star College-Montgomery.

  • Staff members at LSC-Montgomery are a key component to ensuring student success. Recently, four members, Janis Bloecher, Cheri-Tee Ben, Mozhgan Pourasadollah, and Michael Roberts, were recognized for their outstanding service and achievement with the college’s annual Staff Excellence Award.

  • Author, educator, and librarian D.H. Figueredo sets out to discredit the myths and falsehoods of the American West by chronicling the cultural perceptions that led to historical inaccuracies in his lecture on Thursday, March 19, at 11:30 a.m., as part of Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Lyceum Speaker’s Series. The lecture, which is free to the public, will take place in the Music Hall (Building H), on the LSC-Montgomery campus.
  • CONROE (February 17, 2015) – “Close your eyes and picture yourself traveling on an elevator up several floors. As you travel up each floor, you are getting sleepier and sleepier….”
    The Lone Star College-Montgomery psychology club and Psi Beta, the college’s psychology honor society, welcome Dr. William Mitchell, a practicing clinical hypnotist and certified hypnosis instructor, to show enthusiasts and skeptics just how cliché that line really is.

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