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Upcoming AIP Events

Fall 2021 AIP Events at A Glance

Below is a list of events hosted by Academic Initiatives and Partnerships. As dates and registration links become available, they will be posted. For general questions regarding any of these events, you can contact our office at TC-DualCredit@lonestar.edu or 281-655-3621.

Grit Summit 2021

Lone Star College-Tomball has become a leader in the practice of incorporating good GRIT into the classroom. The Global GRIT Initiative is a project in which LSC-Tomball will partner with other advocates for the importance of GRIT to the average college student to continue developing ways to encourage good GRIT and share what we've learned.

The first annual GRIT Summit held October 14, 2016, brought together 100 representatives from community colleges, ISDs, and global educational research firms to discuss what GRIT is, why it is important, and what the future of GRIT in the classroom should look like. 

GRIT Summit- Friday, October 15th, 2021

GRIT Theme: Grit, Grace, Gratitude: Rising from Challenge to Change

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Paul Stolz

Home School Information Sessions

Home School families interested in learning about dual credit are invited to attend one of these sessions. Attendees will learn what students, faculty, and other home school parents have to say about the dual credit experience for home school students.  

Session dates are:

Wednesday, October 6th, 2021, 10:00am, Virtual Event         


Thursday, October 21st, 2021, In Person at the Tomball campus, room E-100

Required Advising Sessions

According to Senate Bill 1189, students who have successfully completed a cumulative total of 30 or more semester credit hours, must meet with an academic advisor to complete a degree plan. This should be completed before the student successfully completes these hours. 

Students who have completed 30SCH must attend a required advising session/appointment BEFORE they can register for the following term.

They will be contacted by our homeschool advisor and will need to  schedule an appointment to meet via a Zoom call with an advisor for a required advising session

The Dual Credit Experience: A Step Ahead

In this information session, students who attend an LSC-Tomball high school are invited to a Zoom meeting to learn about the dual credit experience. By the end of the session, students will understand the benefits of taking dual credit classes, the difference between Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Credit classes, the different courses that can be taken as dual credit, the expectations of DC students, and the different processes and procedures that must be followed to get started taking dual credit classes.

We will offer one session in December: To be determined.

Dual Credit Clinic

Here at this clinic, students who attend an LSC-Tomball high school are invited to a Zoom meeting to get information about testing,and receive and fill out necessary documents required for registrations. This is also a time for students to ask questions about the upcoming semester.

We will offer one session in December: To be determined.

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