LSC-Montgomery News

  • Members of the Board of Directors for the LSC-M Food Pantry stand with The Woodlands Marathon and Texas 10 Management to help fight hunger among the college community. Texas 10 Race Management recently donated more than 300 pounds of food to stock the college's new food pantry, which was created in partnership with the Montgomery County Food Bank. The donation comes from proceeds from the Texas 10 Series race in Conroe, with more donations planned from future races in the area. 

  • The spring semester at LSC-M begins Tuesday, January 19, but students seeking flexibility with course start times can still earn college credit this semester with Late Start classes. Some of these classes begin Monday, January 25, with others starting in February through mid-March. 

  • The LSC-M fine arts department has announced an exciting lineup for the upcoming spring semester. Mark your calendars now, and come enjoy the many talented artists and performers at LSC-Montgomery. All events are open to the community and admission prices vary, with many being free of charge. 

  • The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at LSC-M, a program for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community, will host an open house on Saturday, January 9, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., upstairs in the Atrium of the Health Science Center (building B). The program invites the public to attend. 

  • For some LSC-M students, the greatest perk for early registration is having the best selection of classes for the upcoming semester. But for student Joshua Uduebor, the greatest perk for registering early is walking away with his spring semester tuition paid for.

  • The LSC-M drama department’s fall production of “Tigers Be Still” received the rare feat of a choice award in the Kennedy Center American College Texas State Theatre Festival (KCACTF) this October. 

  • Three brave and talented students have traveled from Pabellón de Arteaga, a city in the Mexican state of Aguascalientes, to Montgomery County to attend LSC-M as part of a pioneer educational experience with the intent to return home and enter a competitive job market where they will implement their knowledge in the industries of Aguascalientes. 

  • Literary lovers will embrace the ghost of Emily Dickinson at a 20th annual birthday celebration in her honor at LSC-M on Thursday, December 10, at 7 p.m., in the Health Science Center (Building B), room 102. This event, which is part of the Writers in Performance series, is free and open to the public. 

  • Earn college credit in just a few weeks during Lone Star College-Montgomery’s winter mini-mester session, which begins Monday, December 14. 

  • On the heels of the successful release of the science fiction film The Martian, staring actor Matt Damon, and the uncanny timing of NASA’s confirmation of water on mars, the LSC-M biotechnology program secured a two-year grant from the Texas Space Grant Consortium (TSGC) to evaluate the responses of microorganisms when exposed to surface conditions similar to those found on Mars. 

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