LSC-Montgomery News

  • Lone Star College-Montgomery and the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) recently announced Dr. Kelly Weller, Gary Brown, Renee La Rue, and Lori Hughes as Faculty Excellence Award recipients for their dedication and contribution on campus, for the 2014-2015 academic year.

  • LSC-Montgomery’s art department will host photographer Marti Corn’s exhibit “The Ground on Which I Stand,” a photo essay and oral history of the Freedmen’s Town of Tamina, Texas, on display Monday, January 12, through Friday, February 13, in the college’s Mary Matteson-Parrish Art Gallery, located in the Performing Arts Center (Building D).
  • The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery, a program for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community, will host an open house on Saturday, January 24, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., upstairs in the Atrium of the Health Science Center (building B). The program, celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, has invited the public to celebrate, and entertainment and refreshments will be provided.
  • Dr. Rebecca Riley has been named LSC-Montgomery interim president beginning Jan. 15. Riley replaces Dr. Austin Lane who was recently promoted to LSC executive vice chancellor.
  • Are those high-achievers bringing you down? Well, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em – in the LSC-Montgomery Honors College. The Honors College, designed to set high-achievers apart with a wide range of opportunities, offers advantages of a small “college within a college,” while still providing access to the same extensive benefits available to traditional students.
  • More than two dozen Magnolia residents, business and community leaders have joined with Lone Star College-Montgomery's leadership team to begin planning for the soon-to-be-constructed Lone Star College-Magnolia Center. 

  • Have you ever been to a concert or performance and wondered, “how do they do that,” as you become mesmerized by the events alluringly simultaneous light and sound display?

  • At first glance Erin Maes might appear to be a typical high school student, barreling down the hall to music class with her bulky tuba case dragging beside her. However, typical Maes is not. She is a whiz kid, a rising star in education, and one of many exceptional students reaping the benefits of the unique partnership between the cutting-edge iSchool High at Montgomery-The Woodlands, a tuition-free public charter school, and LSC-Montgomery.
  • For some LSC-Montgomery students, the greatest perk for early registration is having the best selection of classes for the upcoming semester. But for student Phalisatee White, the greatest perk for registering early is walking away with her spring semester tuition paid for. 

  • While a career in land surveying and mapping technology may no longer be a viable profession to become President of the United States – as it once was with our Founding Fathers, recent technological changes such as drones, satellite imaging, and global positioning systems (GPS) have made this career choice an exciting – and challenging – one for students at LSC-Montgomery.
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