Winter Mini-mester 2023
|Registration Begins for Winter Mini-mester and Spring 2024||October 9, 2023|
|Payment Due for Winter Mini-mester||December 9, 2023|
|Winter Mini-Mester Begins||December 18, 2023|
|Payment Due for Spring 2024||January 6, 2024|
|3 Week Winter Mini-mester ends||January 7, 2024|
|4 Week Winter Mini-mester ends||January 14, 2024|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (Offices Closed)||January 15, 2024|
|Spring 2024 Classes Begin||January 16, 2024|
|Friday, Saturday & Sunday Classes Begin||January 19, 20, 21|
What is the mini-mester? Check online for additional information including times, availability and campus locations (LSC-CyFair, LSC-Westway Technology Park, and LSC-Cypress Center).
Downloadable PDF for Winter Mini-mester (last updated 11/20/2023)
December 18, 2023 - January 7, 2024
View this Course Equivalency Chart between Lone Star College and UH, UHD, SHSU, TAMU, Tx State, and PVAMU to assist in your course planning.
Lone Star College makes no guarantee of course transferability or applicability of any course to a studentís degree plan at another college or university. Any student planning to transfer coursework from LSC to another college or university should discuss those plans with the intended receiving college or university prior to enrolling in coursework with LSC.
- Library Hours: https://www.lonestar.edu/library/info.htm
- Tutoring Hours: https://www.lonestar.edu/learning-cyfair
- Testing Center: https://www.lonestar.edu/testing-cyfair.htm
- Financial Aid: https://www.lonestar.edu/financial-aid.htm
Need to Drop a Class
- Students are able to drop a class electronically using this form
- Professors also use this form.?
Please click here to access online tutoring
Check above page for updates, schedule and different online tutoring options available to students. You have access to Brainfuse online tutoring services through the Lone Star College Virtual Learning Assistance Center (VLAC). Please click here to find out more information.
Click here for full details about the LSC-CyFair Testing Center, including hours of operation and appointment scheduling.
Office of Technology Services
If you need assistance, please call 832.813.6600
Student Load and Overload
An overload is defined as attempting more than 18 credit hours in the fall or spring terms. An overload during any term must be approved by the academic vice president or designee. A student may take only one course during the Mini-mester.