LSC-Tomball News

  • The CASE Program selected LSC-Tomball Honors College students to participate in an eight-day trip to explore activism and social justice issues in Tunisia, North Africa.

  • LSC-Tomball’s TRIO Student Support Services received the Boys and Girls Country 2024 Education Partner of the Year award for being a valued partner for over 10 years.

  • LSC-Tomball kicked off its celebration of Black History Month (BHM) with a student-led, thought-provoking art gallery exhibit which opened on February 1. The Juneteenth-themed exhibit showcases the contributions of African Americans to the United States, honoring contributions made by Black people from all periods of U.S. history.

  • After an exhaustive search process, LSC-Tomball is proud to announce that Latoya Hardman will be the new LSC-Tomball Vice President of Instruction starting January 1, 2024. For both Hardman and LSC-Tomball this appointment feels like the perfect homecoming.

  • After graduating with an Honors Associate of Arts degree from Lone Star College-Tomball in May 2023, former LSC-Tomball Student Government Association president Noor Ayache is now pursuing a bachelor’s degree at Rice University.

  •  LSC-Tomball held a Day of Service to celebrate its 35th anniversary on Friday, Oct 13. To commemorate the milestone anniversary, over 55 LSC-Tomball community members, students, faculty, and staff volunteered at five local nonprofits.

  • The Tomball Police (TPD) and Tomball Fire Rescue Departments (TFRD) have formed new connections with LSC-Tomball lifePATH®, a post-secondary educational program for neurodiverse students.

  • After 5 years of dedicated volunteer service as a Lone Star College-Tomball assistant basketball coach, and a tragic accident, Jamar Finnie is the new head coach of the LSC-Kingwood Coyotes.

  • The first LSC-Creekside Center Wolfpack Academy (CWA) learning cohort will launch Fall 2023. In the new program, a group of students will start their education journey together and advance together through their courses on a set schedule, at a predetermined pace. Together, upon completion, students will earn their Associates of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree.

  • Recently, Lone Star College-Tomball’s Division of Student Success held its first two College Signing Days at Tomball Memorial (TMHS) and Tomball High (THS). Between the two schools, 19 seniors committed to continuing their education at LSC-Tomball.  

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