× LoneStarCollegeALERT:

LSC-North Harris News

  • Second in a series featuring the faculty and staff that make the college a standout in higher education. Looking at Lone Star College-North Harris up close reveals more than 1,100 employees fulfilling the college's mission at LSC-North Harris and LSC-East Aldine Center. Their collective experience and dedication make the college a standout in higher education. One of those employees is Juan Argueta.

  • Third in a series featuring the faculty and staff that make the college a standout in higher education. Looking at Lone Star College-North Harris up close reveals more than 1,100 employees fulfilling the college's mission at LSC-North Harris and LSC-East Aldine Center. Their collective experience and dedication make the college a standout in higher education. One of those employees is Reyna Tippetts.

  • First in a series featuring the faculty and staff that make the college a standout in higher education. Looking at Lone Star College-North Harris up close reveals more than 1,100 employees fulfilling the college's mission at LSC-North Harris and LSC-East Aldine Center. Their collective experience and dedication make the college a standout in higher education. One of those employees is Ovi Galvan.

  • Frankenstein comes to life at Lone Star College-North Harris as the LSC-North Harris drama department presents Nick Dear’s Frankenstein live on stage beginning Tuesday, Oct. 15.

  • On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Lone Star College-North Harris announced the opening of a food pantry. The pantry is called the “CAT-5 Cupboard,” and it is designed to improve student success by combating food insecurity.

  • On Friday, Sept. 13, Lone Star College-North Harris representatives joined with community leaders and elected officials to celebrate the opening of Lone Star College-East Aldine Center in the East Aldine community.

  • Kim Ogg, Harris County District Attorney, will be speaking at Lone Star College-North Harris on Wednesday, Sept. 18. Ogg will speak at 12:30 p.m. in the Academic building, Room 126, on the Lone Star College-North Harris’ campus at 2700 W.W. Thorne Drive, Houston.

  • The Lone Star College-North Harris Latin American Student Organization (LASO), Center for Civic Engagement, Student Life and others are showcasing Latino literature and culture during Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 – Oct. 15.

  • Lone Star College-North Harris commemorates the opening of a center in the East Aldine community with a building dedication on Friday, Sept. 13. Lone Star College-East Aldine Center’s building dedication will begin with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 2 p.m. followed by an open house.

  • It’s not too late to find your place at Lone Star College-North Harris, and the new Lone Star College-East Aldine Center, with “Late Start.” Late Start provides options to complete a full semester program in a shortened period.

LSCS News Archive

Make LSC part of your story.