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  • TOMBALL, TX – Nothing has ever come easy for LSC-Tomball graduate Matthew Ramsdal and overcoming obstacles is something he says he has become accustom to. In fact, when Matthew Ramsdal enrolled into LSC-Tomball three years ago, he became the first in his family to attend college, and had to prove that he could accomplish something no one else in his family had ever done.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – Lone Star College-Tomball graduate Jackie Klemme-Beisert says she was born with a photographic memory. One of the things she remembers most about being a student is she discovered that she has a gift for writing – something she never knew she had until she arrived on campus. Thanks to this discovery, she has published her first book called Just Wingin’ It, which is now available on Amazon.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – Carlos Aguilar has always wanted to be a part of something bigger than himself. He has been able to do exactly that by touching the lives of students as a Visual Communications Professor at Lone Star College-Tomball.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – Nearly two-thirds of new veterans say that they have faced a difficult transition to civilian life, according to a recent survey on post-military life experience, but thanks to an upcoming event at Lone Star College-Tomball, people from all walks of life will discover ways to support veterans’ transition and success.

  • TOMBALL, TX – LSC-Tomball will host its third TEDxTomball event, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 9 a.m. – noon in the Performing Arts Center. This year’s event will be focused on education.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – According to Forbes Magazine, we have shifted to a “video first” world, where video learning is no longer a novel idea. It’s the new normal. And when it comes to the number of colleges equipped to train employees, as well as, recruit and instruct students with the use of video, LSC-Tomball is ahead of the game, representatives say.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – Today, nearly half of all students who begin college do not graduate within six years, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Education, but the percentage of minority students failing to graduate from college is even higher. That’s why LSC-Tomball has implemented two unique programs specifically designed to increase student success–and it’s working.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of people requiring medication nationwide has spiked over the past decade, resulting in a 32 percent increase in the employment of pharmacy technicians beyond 2020, and thanks to LSC-Tomball’s upcoming Pharmacy Technology Program Application Day, students will now be able to register and join this growing field.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – The national news media crowned him Houston’s newest celebrity during Hurricane Harvey, and making one of his first speaking appearances since the hurricane, Harris County Flood Control District Meteorologist Jeff Linder will present on Nov. 16 at Lone Star College-Tomball in Room N103 at 11 am.

  • TOMBALL, Texas – When Dianna "Dee Dee" Simpson graduated from Texas Tech University and received her occupational therapy assistant license in 1989, her plan was to have a long career and live happily ever after, but when she had her first child in 1994, and then her second child in 1996, she had a big decision to make.

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