Welcome to Lone Star College-North Harris! We look forward to assisting you on your educational journey. Near the bottom of this page is an overview of some of our most popular programs.
Whether you're seeking online classes, face-to-face or a hybrid approach, there are many options to reach your goal!
Find your place at LSC-North Harris with open registration for our 8-week Next Start (Spring 2021), three and four-week May Mini-Mester, and Summer courses! Click the buttons below for more information.
Wednesday, March 24
Monday, May 17
Summer I classes begin
Monday, June 7
Summer II classes begin
Thursday, July 15
Reach out to an advisor at NH-Advisor@LoneStar.edu and Student Services at NH-StudentServices@LoneStar.edu to help with any questions. For more information, direct your questions to the addresses below regarding financial aid, university transfer, workforce programs and more.
If you have specific questions that you cannot find answered online, the LSC-North Harris team is here for you and can be reached at the following email addresses. To help us serve you better, please be sure to include your FULL NAME AND STUDENT ID# in the subject line of your email.
Thinking about attending LSC-North Harris or LSC-East Aldine Center? We can help you reach your goals!
Below is an overview of some of our most popular programs. Please click the “Learn More” button to receive more information on your specific interest.
We offer the following programs* of study:
Arts, Humanities, Communication & Design
Business & Professional Services
Energy, Manufacturing & Construction
Engineering, Mathematics & Sciences
Public Safety & Human/Consumer Services
Social/Behavioral Sciences & Education
Industry Certification & Exam Prep
*Credit and Non-Credit (as of June 27, 2019)
Additional Programs and Resources
Academic ESOL focuses on academic-bound students. It emphasizes preparation for college study while at the same time teaches students about American culture and English for everyday living, and communication with Americans. We offer academic courses in reading, writing, oral communication, and grammar.
The High School Equivalency Program is designed for adults who left high school before graduation and are now interested in obtaining a high school diploma by successfully passing the General Educational Development (GED®) official test. The High School Equivalency Program is offered in English (GED® Full Review) or in Spanish (GED® Revisión en Español).
The Academy for Lifelong Learning is a membership community that offers free and low-cost classes, events and activities for adults age 50 and older. Choose from technology, health and wellness, financial planning, community service projects, literary discussion groups, genealogy, arts and crafts, an insider's view of Texas history, and more.