LSC-Tomball News

  • Always striving to stay ahead of the higher education curve, this fall Lone Star College-Tomball is celebrating the opening of the Research and Innovation Center (R&I Center), an on-campus hub for students, faculty, and staff to explore, create, and implement new inventive ideas.

  • Santa Claus is coming to meet all the good girls and boys at LSC-Creekside Center on Wednesday, December 7, from 6-8 pm. At the event, children can have their picture taken with Old Saint Nick, give him their present wish list, and enjoy holiday activities and sweets.

  • The Lone Star College-Tomball Pharmacy Technology Program continues to evolve to meet the needs of their students by providing opportunities for increased financial aid eligibility and by decreasing the certificate program’s pre-admission requirements.

  • The Texas Workforce Commission (TWFC) has awarded more than $55,000 to Lone Star College Tomball (LSC-Tomball).

  • The Lone Star College Tomball (LSC- Tomball) enrollment doors will be flung wide open at three upcoming Super Saturday registration events scheduled for July 16, August 20, and August 27. On any of the event dates, prospective students can finish the necessary steps to become an LSC-Tomball student.

  • Attending the highly competitive and prestigious Broadway Artist Alliance (BAA) Summer Intensive in New York City is a golden opportunity for three LSC-Tomball students. The audition-only, weeklong, professional-level intensive training program takes place at Ripley Grier Studios in the heart of midtown Manhattan and accepts only performers with strong technical skills.

  • Death and dying, subjects no one likes to talk about, but eventually, parts of life we’ll all have to deal with, were the topics of Lone Star College Tomball’s first health occupations programs interprofessional event. This interdisciplinary session is an example of the thoughtfully tailored, holistic LSC-Tomball education that is preparing the whole student for careers in the healthcare industry.

  • LSC-Tomball and Bayou Land Conservancy (BLC), owner of the Arrowood Preserve, have recently formed a partnership that will support land conservation, create unique learning opportunities for students, and benefit the community.

  • Lone Star College-Tomball student Louella Kelly’s journey through higher education began about 60 years ago. Now, at 81 years old, it appears as though her dream of a college degree is about to come true.

  • In an increasingly diverse environment, LSC-Tomball is committed to a culture that supports, respects and includes all communities.  As part of that effort, the college has initiated the Critical Conversations Speaker Series, with the purpose of providing opportunities to explore and discuss cultural, ethnic and racial matters and offer participation in activities that effect positive change.

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