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Coronavirus Update

Important Dates
Registration for Summer and Fall classes is now open
Priority Decision Date for Financial Aid applications is June 4
Facilities open June 1 to only designated employees and students whose courses have not been fully converted to online delivery
LSC Services Resources continue to be provided online

Emergency Assistance Now Available
CARES Act Emergency Financial Grants available to students to help cover expenses related to disruptions due to COVID-19.
Apply now for CARES Act assistance.

Emergency Instructions and Evacuation

Emergency Instructions and Evacuation

  • Remove anyone in the immediate area and close all doors as you leave.
  • Activate the nearest fire alarm pull station to evacuate the building and to notify the Fire Department.
  • Use stairways, NOT elevators!
  • If you hear a fire alarm, leave the building immediately. Always assume it is real until you are told otherwise by the proper authorities.
  • As you leave, close the doors and windows behind you.
  • If there is smoke or heat, stay low. Crawl to the nearest exit if need be.
  • If your nearest exit is blocked by fire, smoke, or heat, go to an alternate exit.
  • If heavy smoke is present, close the door and stay in the room.
  • If the door is not hot, open it cautiously. Stand behind the door and be prepared to close it quickly if there is excessive smoke.
  • If you are trapped:
    • Call LSCS Police at x5911 from a campus phone and give your location. If you use a cell phone or non-LSCS telephone, call LSCS Police at (281) 290-5911.
    • Place a blanket or similar article along the bottom of the door to keep smoke out. If possible, wet the material first.
    • Cover your nose and mouth with a wet cloth.
    • Retreat. Close as many doors between you and the fire as possible.
    • Hang an item out the window to attract attention of rescue teams.
    • Do NOT jump!
    • Do NOT break open windows!
  • If you must move through flames – hold your breath, move quickly, covering your head and hair. Keep your head down and close your eyes as much as possible.
  • If your clothes catch fire “stop, drop, and roll” until the fire is out.
  • Conduct a final search of the building if it is safe to do so.
  • Leave the area by the nearest stairway that is clear of smoke.
  • Assemble outside in a pre-designated area.
  • Do not re-enter the building until notified to do so by the Fire Department.
  • Follow the procedures in place to account for all employees after evacuating.

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