TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries has partnered with Lone Star College-Tomball for the use of the LSC-Tomball Health Science Building to provide much needed care in a safe environment for a certain population of clients.
The coronavirus is causing harm to small businesses in the greater Houston area and across the country. In an effort to combat this impact, the federal government recently approved the Payroll Protection Program, but there are additional resources to help small businesses get through these difficult times.
The coronavirus is forcing grade school students to change from traditional face-to-face classrooms to online learning. This can be difficult, not only for students, but for parents who are helping their children through this transition.
Lone Star College-Kingwood has loaned eight ventilators to local area hospitals in an effort to help combat the coronavirus. The LSC-Kingwood Respiratory Care program which uses these ventilators to train students also donated five nebulizers and 75 personal protective equipment kits.
Lone Star College announced it will waive fees for courses which are moving online due to the coronavirus and delay a planned tuition increase. The waived fee also applies to the 8-week term, any remaining Next Start classes, May Mini-Mester, Summer I and Summer II distance learning classes.
A Lone Star College student has tested positive for COVID-19. The student contracted COVID-19 while traveling out of the state during spring break. This student has not been on college property since before March 6.