LSCS News

  • The Honors College at Lone Star College offers a wide range of opportunities for high-achieving students seeking to graduate with honors distinction as well as for students interested in earning individual honors course credit.

  • Developing a community for the future has never been more important as the increased use of global communications has expanded the boundaries of communities of all sizes.

  • Lone Star College is developing a new associate degree for Occupational and Life Skills (OLS) to serve an often overlooked and underserved student population – those with cognitive disabilities.

  • The Houston City Council has approved funding for Lone Star College instructors to train Houston Airport System (HAS) construction workers. Currently there are multiple construction projects scheduled for Bush Intercontinental, Hobby and Ellington airports, including a new international terminal at Bush.
  • Lone Star College announced Dr. Lee Ann Nutt as the new president of LSC-Tomball effective Feb. 15.

  • Military veterans looking to enter the Texas workforce are eligible to receive free training at Lone Star College thanks to grants from the Texas Workforce Commission, Workforce Solutions and the Texas Department of Transportation. The streamlined training will shorten the completion time for military veterans looking to enter the workforce.

     

  • The Lone Star College System Board of Trustees will hold its workshop and regular meeting Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, at 5 p.m. in the board room of the Lone Star College Training and Development Center, 5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands, TX  77381.

  • Six Lone Star College students shared stories of hardship, dedication and success during the Lone Star College Foundation’s 22nd annual Chancellor’s Breakfast.

  • Houston is one of the leading port cities in the country and the transportation industry is struggling to find qualified drivers. Many are turning to the Lone Star College Transportation Institute for training that can potentially take them from a  minimum-wage, dead-end job to earning approximately $35,000 in just six short weeks.

     

  • Lone Star College has named Dr. Melissa Gonzalez LSC vice chancellor of workforce and economic development. Gonzalez will lead workforce-credit and non-credit programs, continuing education, job placement, resource development/grants, and Lone Star Corporate College.

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