Lone Star College-North Harris is proud to feature the accomplishments of our students through testimonials highlighting their experiences on campus. Our fall campaign features real students from all walks of life at different points in their academic journey. From workforce to university transfer students graduating with their associate degree, LSC-North Harris is helping students find their place every semester!
Phuoc Hung Nguyen made the most of his time at LSC-North Harris by getting involved early and often to build his skills as a leader. As an emigrant student from Vietnam, Nguyen improved his English and learned about American culture through the friends he made as a member of Phi Theta Kappa honor society, Student Ambassadors, Brother 4 Brother, and other campus groups and organizations. After graduating, Nguyen is continuing his academic journey at Texas Christian University.
Jessica Thrift enrolled at LSC-North Harris with a simple goal in mind Ė get her core classes out of the way and transfer to a four-year university. Along the way, Thriftís passion for music continued to grow in the Music department, where she found some of her closest friends and an environment that helped everyone thrive as a student and as a person. The scholarship opportunities provide Thrift a path to set the foundation for her academic journey as she began classes at St. Thomas University this fall.
The challenges of being a mother and taking classes at LSC-North Harris werenít enough to scare off Annette Douglas. The resources available to students guide Douglas along the way as she works towards an associate degree in Accounting. The ability to build a schedule with online classes ensures that Douglas doesnít have to miss a moment with her family.
It didnít matter that Bobbie Taylor already had a job and more than 20 years of experience as an electrician when she enrolled at LSC-North Harris, looking to better herself. The flexible class schedules allowed Taylor to continue working while earning her Associate of Arts degree in Electrical Engineering, but she didnít stop there. Taylor took the next step and is now a student in the new Energy, Manufacturing, and Trades Management bachelorís program.
Javier Lopez came to the LSC-East Aldine Center with the goal in mind to earn his associate degree in Welding Technology so he could enter the workforce quickly with the skills he needed to land a quality job. Along the way, Lopez has had the collegeís guidance as a Promise Scholar. With the help of the leadership and staff, Lopez remains focused on completing his coursework.
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