Lone Star College announced Melissa Gonzalez, Ph.D., has been selected as the new president of LSC-Kingwood following a nationwide search. Gonzalez will become LSC-Kingwood’s sixth president effective June 1.
Lone Star College and Texas A&M University-Central Texas have signed an articulation agreement that will allow the institutions greater access for data sharing to improve the transfer experience for students.
Choosing the right college is more important than ever. That’s why Lone Star College is hosting a series of virtual LSC Open Houses for students and parents to learn more about why attending LSC is a smart decision.
Attend LSC-CyFair’s 4 p.m. virtual April 15 open house for information on benefits of a high quality, affordable education, a robust student life and registration for May mini-mester, summer and fall classes.
Who looks forward to another Zoom meeting? In a COVID-19 world, the implications of human interaction in a digital landscape take on new meaning. Though many technologies are designed with human connection and expression in mind, experience has shown that technology can also isolate and repress.
Lone Star College-Kingwood will host its Open House virtually on Saturday, April 17 at 10 a.m. The annual event will take place on YouTube. Potential students, parents, and community members will have an opportunity to hear from various representatives detailing credit, workforce, continuing and technical education (CTE), and student services programs offered at the main campus, the LSC-Atascocita Center, and the LSC-Process Technology Center.
In September, when Gloria Villa registered for her classes at Lone Star College-East Aldine Center, no balloons or confetti fell, but she set a milestone for the satellite center by becoming its 1,000th student enrolled.
Registration for the summer semester at the Lone Star College-Process Technology Center is currently open. With process technology and instrumentation technology courses, the satellite center also offers general core courses for many credit and continuing technology education (CTE) programs. Students can take various classes that can lead to a certificate, an associate degree, transfer credit hours to a four-year university, or a stable launch into their chosen workforce.
Alexandria Flores is in her second year at Lone Star College-University Park and majoring in business administration. Alexandria is currently exploring different career paths and taking various classes to expand her horizons. She grew up in California and moved to Texas when she was ten. She works full-time at a preschool as a teacher's aide and enjoys being involved within her community and LSC-University Park.