The office of Student Life at each of the Lone Star College campuses offers a variety of ways to help you get involved with your campus, other students and your community. Student life programming opens the doors to leadership development, social opportunities, skill enhancement, volunteerism and academic success. The ultimate goal of student life is to enhance the student experience and promote student success.
For those who want to work more closely with their campus, becoming a Student Ambassador allows you to represent the college at official functions. Opportunities for service include participating in college night, serving as hosts/greeters for official college functions, conducting tours for visitors, and assisting with opening week activities each semester.
Each Lone Star College campus has a variety of clubs and organizations for students to get involved in. Every fall semester new and existing clubs and organizations must complete the required registered student organization (RSO) paperwork and submit a club roster and constitution. For more information on registering your organization or starting a new club visit your campus Student Life office.
The office of Student Life is funded by the student activity fees that are collected from students each semester. Student activity fee funds are used to support all campus activities that involve or benefit students and are allocated each year by the Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC). The SFAC functions at each LSC campus based on Texas Education Code §54.503 and LSC system policies.