Through annual events such as the golf tournament and StarGala, along with the generous support of individuals, corporations, businesses and other organizations, the Foundation grants numerous scholarships to students attending Lone Star College. Additionally, in partnership with the college, the Foundation funds programs which provide unique educational opportunities for LSC students. Click on the stories below to see firsthand how the Lone Star College Foundation is strengthening academic programs and impacting students.
International student Diego Ortiz Vigil earned several scholarships before graduating this past May Magna Cum Laude as an Honors College Merit Scholar from LSC-CyFair. The future civil engineer is now moving to France as part of an all-expense paid associate to master's degree transfer program in engineering. Read More
It is hard to imagine that recovery is still ongoing if you were not affected by Hurricane Harvey, but for Lone Star College-Montgomery student Holly Clay, it is just a fact of life. She lost everything in the floods and rebuilt from the ground up while staying on track with her education. Read More
Rachel Perez is ready to take the next step in her dreams of becoming a pediatrician or an emergency room physician thanks to Lone Star College Foundation and the University of Houston-Downtown. Read More
Funds raised by Foundation activities, in conjunction with Lone Star College System funds, help to support many college programs.
"Alternative Spring Break," a program coordinated by the Center for Civic Engagement and funded by LSC Foundation donations and Lone Star College. Read More
The Honors College at Lone Star College is continuing its momentum after a successful inaugural semester in fall 2014, and funds from the Richard G. Carpenter Endowment are playing a significant role. Read More
The Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Integration project provided students a hands-on experience with groundbreaking industry technology that is still in its infancy. Read More
After years of attending classes as a student, alumna Leonela Oliva is ready to return to the head of the class, this time as the teacher. More...
Business Owner Amy Martinez' company motto is "Kindness is free and generosity is contagious". More...
"My favorite aspect of serving on the Board is seeing the lives we impact through the generous donations to the Foundation."James B. Harrison III, Chair, Lone Star College Foundation