× LoneStarCollegeALERT:

Visit LoneStarCollegeAlert for more information.

Academic Building - ACAD-200

north harris computer lab photo

Call 281.618.5445 for more information.

Spring 2017 Schedule


      Service

Day
Monday - Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Time
7:30 a.m.- 8:00  p.m.
7:30:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


  • Computer Access 
  • Internet Access 
  • E-mail Accounts 
  • Printing (10 cents per page) 
  • Lab Classrooms for Faculty and Staff 
  • Student Success Workshops

Open Computer Lab

Location: ACAD 200   Phone: 281.618.5445
Contact: Shelbe Blacklock  281.765.7932

Computers in the Open Computer Lab have Windows 10, Microsoft Office, Internet access, and a variety of subject-specific software.

Student Success Course

Location: ACAD 208-F
Contact: Crystal Allen   281.618.7113

EDUC 1300: Learning Framework - First Year Experience is a required student success course designed to help students to (1) identify and address barriers to their success, (2) create an academic plan, (3) set career and personal goals, (4) develop study strategies, and (5) link to advising and other college resources.

Peer Mentors

Location: ACAD 200
Contact: Tawana Burke   281.618.7134

The Peer Mentors is comprised of 10-15 peer leaders who function in a dual role in the Office of Academic Success as mentors and tutors. The Peer Leaders mentor first-time-in-college (FTIC) students enrolled in the EDUC 1300 course. Peer Leaders address the tutoring needs of FTIC students visiting the Office of Academic Success, and assist in tutoring at the SEA (Success Encourages Achievement) Centers and in other content areas. The Peer Mentors also addresses campus awareness of student services and creates definable and measurable goals relating to first year students.

Student Success Workshops

Location: ACAD 200   Phone: 281.618.5445
Contact: Shelbe Blacklock  281.765.7932

The Office of Academic Success provides a series of workshops to help you maximize your academic experience. Free workshops are designed to be interactive and informal seminars that cover strategies and techniques for success. Topics include goal setting, time management, resume development, and Microsoft Office.