LSC-Montgomery News

  • LSC-Montgomery came together as a community to help 36 families affected by April’s floods. LSC-Montgomery students, faculty and staff impacted by the weather could speak with counselors, pick up packages of essential toiletry, cleaning and pet items, find information on flood relief assistance, and get groceries from the food pantry. Seventy-two LSC-Montgomery students, faculty and staff recovering from damages were also awarded a total of $45,600 in special grants from the College. 

  • Stay in academic shape, flex your brain by taking classes at LSC-Montgomery on your summer break. Relax and learn with a variety of online classes that have just been added. Courses begin as early as May 16 and range in length from three to five weeks. Most classes are transferrable and are just a fraction of the cost of tuition at a four-year university. 

  • Talk about leading by example. Navy Veteran and Lone Star College Police Sergeant Edwin Gomez Sr. is graduating from LSC-Montgomery with his son Edwin Gomez Jr. Friday, May 13 at 6 p.m., at The Woodlands Church-Fellowship Campus. 

  • LSC-Montgomery will confer certificates of completion to 58 GED students Tuesday, May 24, at 6 p.m. in the Mainstage Theatre located in Building D. LSC-Montgomery will also be awarding two $500 dollar scholarships to students attending the college in the fall. 

  • Students at LSC-Montgomery make a difference at Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center blood drives and now The Blood Center is making a difference in LSC-Montgomery students’ lives. Eunice Arias and Hanna Brumbelow each received a $1,000 Commit for Life Scholarship from Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. 

  • Congratulations to the Lone Star College-Montgomery Class of 2016 who will be recognized for their achievements at the commencement ceremony Friday, May 13, at 6 p.m., at The Woodlands Church-Fellowship Campus. 

  • Lone Star College hit its stride at the National Model U.N. conference in New York City. Eight honors students from LSC-Montgomery helped the college win the Outstanding Delegation Award for the second year in a row. Three LSC-Montgomery students, Hanna Brumbellow, Natalia Hazelwood and Lindsey Solis each won the prestigious individual award, Outstanding Delegate in Committee. Four LSC-Montgomery students, Emma Hudroge, Pradip Lamsal, Jasym Mireles, and Henry Price won position paper awards. 

  • LSC-Montgomery students Hanna Brumbelow and Blake Kelly received scholarships from Coca-Cola. Brumbelow, a Woodlands native, has been recognized as a 2016 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar. She will receive a $1,500 scholarship from The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation for this honor. Kelly, a Sugar Land native, was recognized as a Coca-Cola Leader of Promise and will receive a $1,000 scholarship for this honor. 

  • March Madness may be over, but LSC-Montgomery is excited to announce its “final four,” four students in the running to give the student address at commencement. The students are: Hope Bennett, Natalia Hazelwood, Jeremy Martinez and Riley Young. 

  • The LSC-Montgomery dance department is helping flood relief efforts. Admission to Dancescape the spring dance show is now free for the performance Friday, April 29, at 7 p.m. In lieu of purchasing a ticket, attendees are asked to bring a donation for the flood relief center on campus. New, unused cleaning supplies, household items, pet supplies, personal hygiene products, school supplies, baby products and child-appropriate toiletries and clothing are needed. 

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