As a student at Lone Star College, there are numerous resources provided at each campus that you will need while on your journey to graduation. Below is a list of resources which can be utilized at little or no cost to you while you attend classes at LSC. If you donít find what you are looking for, please search the Community Resources or contact us at LSC-Navigators@lonestar.edu.
Most of our campuses have Computer and Digital Centers that are enhanced with state-of-the-art equipment. These centers have computers available to students, instructors, and community members.
Some Lone Star College campuses offer child care. Some offerings include traditional curriculum-based, drop-in daycare and YMCA partnerships.
Disability Services (DS) assists current and future students by determining and recommending appropriate academic support services.
Getting off to the best start at the beginning of the semester is important; therefore, all First Time in College students at Lone Star College are required to complete a student orientation.
Many transfer degree programs and resources are available to assist students with the transfer process. Transfer Degree Maps and Students Benefits are excellent tools for the transfer student as they plan for transfer.
Scholarships are a type of financial aid that does not need to be repaid. Scholarships are awarded on various criteria usually reflecting the values and purposes of the donor of the award.
LSC Career Services offers job listings and job search resources to help you find employment. Career counselors are available to help you with writing your resume, developing a job search and preparing for job interviews.
The Honors College at Lone Star College offers a wide range of opportunities for honors studentsófrom incoming freshman wanting to graduate with an Honors AA or Honors AS degree, to high-achieving students seeking to graduate with Honors distinction, to students interested in earning individual honors course credit.
Placement tests help ensure that students enroll in the courses that best match their academic skills, especially during their first year of college.
Communities in Schools is a nationwide network of passionate professionals working in public schools to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Donít wait to ask for help. Lone Star College and our surrounding communities offer services to support your well-being in times of need.
The Student Success Institute is a new program at Lone Star College designed to help students connect to the campus, reach key academic milestones, and support students as they pursue their academic goals.