The Office of Student Life is a student centered department dedicated to individual and organizational development through educationally purposeful experiences that promote involvement, learning, and success. Through these activities, the Student Life staff offers leadership skills, develops and perpetuates traditions, and enhances the overall quality of our studentsí collegiate experience. So, take your time and check out the Office of Student Life website to see what's available to you. If you have any questions feel free to come by or contact us! We're here for you! Stop by and say "Hi!" to us in office C-223!
The Office of Student Life encompasses the following areas:
The goal of the Lone Star College-Tomball's Office of Student Life is to serve the student body by planning, coordinating, and executing social and educational activities for the student body. Some of the larger events include Welcome Week, Fall Fest, Holiday Fest, Spring Fling, International Education Week, and Student Excellence Awards.
Lone Star College -Tomball is home to a wide variety of student organizations. The various student organizations are creative and energetic outlets for student's academic, career, cultural and recreational interests and needs. Student organizations are the campusí life outside the classroom. Shop them all at Involvement Fair during the first few weeks of classes during the fall and spring semesters, and on this website to find your fit!
For the athlete looking for a higher level of competition, Club Sports offers students the opportunity to play for national collegiate championships. LSC-Tomball offers the following Club Sports teams: Men's & Women's Basketball, Men's Soccer and Women's Volleyball.
* Watch for schedules posted around campus.
Students have a unique opportunity to gain valuable leadership experience through many opportunities provided by the Office of Student Life. Opportunities at LSC-Tomball includes Lone Star College- Leadership College, iLead Leadership Retreats, Student Government Association, Student Activities Board, and leadership retreats
The Recreational Sports program provides campus based recreational activities for the everyday athlete wanting to get exercise and have fun. Recreational activities include dodge-ball, badminton, self defense seminars, Madden Bowl tournaments, volleyball, racquetball, beach day, and wally-ball tournaments to name a few.