With three awards in just two months, Lone Star College-University Park’s reputation for innovation and excellence in higher education has been recognized by renowned local and international organizations.
The adage, “it’s never too late to learn,” is still applicable today. A college education can open the door to a brighter future. With that in mind, there is still time to enroll in classes at Lone Star College-Kingwood, LSC-Atascocita Center and LSC-Process Technology Center. Registration for fall 2019 will continue until the first day of class on Aug. 26. After that, students can register for late start courses that will begin the week of Sept. 6.
With countless options available in the world, finding your place after high school graduation can be difficult for some students. However, at Lone Star College-North Harris students continue to find the support and encouragement they need to achieve success and pursue their dreams.
While Michelle Gomez was still a student at Klein High School, her mother was diagnosed with cancer. The associated financial upheaval, coupled with the need for her to stay close to home during her mother’s treatment, led Gomez to choose Lone Star College-University Park on her academic journey.
From filling out an application to scheduling classes, Lone Star College-North Harris’ Super Saturday events on Aug. 17 and 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. will offer new and returning students an opportunity for one-stop registration for the fall semester.
Lone Star College-University Park’s partnership with Harris County Precinct 4 is one example of how the college is successfully working with the community to fulfill its role as an engine of prosperity for students of all ages, families, and businesses.