LSC-Tomball News

  • Halloween is a time for scary good fun, but for children with special needs and their families, it can be just plain scary. That’s why, on Tuesday, October 28, from 5-7 p.m., students of the Lone Star College-Tomball Occupational Therapy Assistant Program (OTA) are hosting their 4th Annual Halloween Carnival for children with special needs at the LSC-Tomball Health Science Building. 

  • LSC- Tomball Pharmacy Technology is currently accepting student applications for the 2014 fall semester program. The deadline for student application submission is Thursday, July 24, 2014. Careers in the healthcare industry are ever-increasing across our nation and around the world. The field of Pharmacy Technology is rapidly growing with expected growth rates of 32 percent in the next eight years nationwide.  

  • Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library will be hosting Workforce Solutions’ free seminar “Interviewing” which is designed to help job seekers make the best possible first impression in today’s competitive job market on July 23, 1-3 pm.

  • Registration is underway for LSC-Tomball Fall. Take advantage of these fast-track methods to getting ahead with your degree plan. 

  • The Lone Star College-Tomball Theatre Department presents DreamWorks Theatricals’ “Shrek: The Musical.” Performances are scheduled for July 10 through July 13. Visit to purchase tickets online. 

  • LSC-Tomball will be closed for the Independence Day holiday Thursday, July 3 - Sunday, July 6. All offices will be closed and classes will not be held. The LSC-Tomball Community Library will close at 5 pm on July 3 and remain closed through July 4. The library will be open on Saturday, July 5, from 10 am to 5 pm; the library is always closed on Sundays. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, July 7.

  • This month's Star of the Month, Gabriella “Gabby” Bazan , decided to begin her college experience with the Lone Star College System because “starting off at a community college, yes, saves you money, but it really helps you establish a feeling of freedom and independence,” she said.  

  • Second-year nursing program student Megan Caroll was selected as one of three $1000 scholarship recipients as part of the Houston Chronicle’s 13th annual Salute to Nurses, a program recognizing nurses and health care organizations during National Nurses Appreciation Week. 

  • LSC-Tomball’s student organization Students Together Achieving Radiant Success (STARS) has been announced as a grand prize winner in advocacy organization’s Campus Challenge Season 7.  

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the increasing demand for electricians and electrical technologists will continue with faster than average job growth over the next few years. In response to this demand, LSC-Tomball is now offering an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree and a Level 2 certification as an electrical technologist.

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