The Outreach team works with schools, community partners and other organizations to promote higher education and to provide assistance with the admissions process. We assist new students with their transition into college and support them in achieving their educational goals. Our office also hosts many events and services that allow you to engage with campus representatives, faculty members and campus leadership.
Outreach works with a wide variety of organizations including:
High School Outreach
Our Outreach team is committed to ensuring no student misses the opportunity to enroll or register for their first semester as a college student, or in dual-credit classes. Every high school in our community is visited routinely by a dedicated Outreach Coordinator. Visits allow us to facilitate application processes, dual-credit enrollment and serve as a direct source for students and parents to reach out with any questions they might have about college. For more information on visit dates and times, please contact your high school's College and Career Counselor or contact a team member assigned to your high school.
For more information on visit dates and times, please contact your high school's College and Career Counselor or contact us at UP-Outreach@LoneStar.edu.
A member of our Outreach team will come out to your campus or organization to give a presentation to your students or team members on the importance of college, benefits of attending community college, dual credit, or another topic of your specification. To request a presentation from one of our Outreach representatives, please contact us at UP-Outreach@LoneStar.edu.
LSC-University Park is situated near the highway 249 and Louetta area within a sprawling office building campus that offers an immersive learning environment unlike other community college. Some of our standout facilities include the Center for Science & Innovation (CSI) with its one-of-a-kind Geology Rock Wall, and the Energy & Manufacturing Institute (EMI) which houses the Learning Innovation Labs and state-of-the-art workforce training equipment. The campus also boasts a 10,000 square-foot multi-use Student Life area, known as Leo’s Den, that includes event space, computer stations, private meeting rooms, study pods, a meditation room, a game room lounge and more.