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LSC-Tomball News

  • In some ways Brianna Greenberg, a LSC-Tomball Chancellor’s Fellow with The Honors College, embodies the characteristics of her research subject, Ripley, the courageous and commanding character in the Alien movie series.  

  • TOMBALL, Texas –LSC-Tomball students, staff, faculty, and the Tomball-area community are invited to the TRiO Community Food Fair on Thursday, December 6 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Free, fresh produce and milk will be available from the Houston Food Bank

  • A unique and innovative partnership that provides high school students with an accelerated path to a nursing license has been recognized with a “Stand Up for Public Schools” award.  The award acknowledges the Lone Star College-Tomball Nursing Program for its Advanced Nursing Pathway partnership with Klein ISD.  The award was presented by the KISD Board of Trustees on behalf of the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB).

  • Watching students cross the stage during a Lone Star College-Tomball commencement can make literally hundreds of people feel as proud as a parent.

  • For high school students who face increased competition for good paying jobs, Lone Star College-Tomball is a smart next step, offering a close to home community college education. And for those who may have thought college was out of reach, the Tomball Lions Club is providing a helping hand with a donation of $2,400 to Lone Star College Foundation.

  • The $10,000 prize isn’t the only large sum of money the LSC-Tomball Up To Us Campus Competition team is thinking about.  Another large amount – $21 trillion – also weighs on the members’ minds.  That’s the amount of our nation’s long-term debt.  Coming up with clever ways to raise awareness about the deficit could help the student team pocket the $10K. 

  • About four years ago, Debbie Conner’s daughter, Juliane, passed away unexpectedly.  Juliane had a true passion for life and was celebrated for opening her heart and home to many abandoned, sick, homeless, and injured animals.  Searching for a way to honor Juliane’s life and legacy, Debbie’s friends and college classmates, launched the first annual Juliane’s Compassion for Critters 5K Fun Run and 1K Dog Walk.  And this year, they are hosting it again at Tomball High School.

  • Make plans to attend the Healthy Harvest Food and Wellness Fair on the morning of November 6 on Lone Star College-Tomball.  Hosted by Communities in Schools of Houston, the fair includes free, fresh produce, low cost flu shots, and other health screenings and assistance.  Everyone is welcome, including students and Tomball area residents.

  • HOUSTON (Oct. 26, 2018) – Students living in communities that traditionally lack resources to succeed now have an opportunity for a brighter future thanks to the Lone Star College Promise Firsts Scholarship program.

  • Lone Star College-Tomball, building on its culture of cultivating leaders, is pleased to announce the 2018-2019 Next Generation Leadership Academy Cohort.  The six new members selected for the year-long training program will help LSC-Tomball continue a course that seeks innovative, research-based growth and progress, and is increasingly student success-centric.

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