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LSC-Tomball News

  • Due to COVID-19, the LSC-Tomball lifePATH® Admission Information Session is now available for viewing online by clicking here to watch the On-Demand Information Video Session link or by typing “lifePATH information session” into search on YouTube.  Details about the lifePATH® program and its various options are presented during the video and potential students are required to view the information session as part of the application process.

  • The Family Summit at Lone Star College-Tomball is a free event that invites all the members of families who want to learn how to prepare, fund, and navigate the going-to-college process. Participants will be able to attend interactive workshops that discuss how students and their families can prepare for the next steps in their educational journey.

  • The Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library is inviting one and all to join the celebration of its 15 years providing exceptional literary, cultural and educational resources to the residents in the greater Tomball area.  The anniversary celebration is free, open to the public, and includes multiple days of exciting events highlighted by the grand opening of the all-new Innovation Lab.  

  • An estimated 300 high school students joined the LSC-Tomball campus community to help make the college’s 15th Annual Disability Awareness Day a successful and extraordinary experience.  The event focused on raising awareness about disabilities and simulated learning environments which students with disabilities face daily. LSC-Tomball values all perspectives and individuals as they adapt into lifelong learning and employment environments.

  • There are thousands of podcasts that let listeners pick and choose from a variety of subjects that catch their interests.  Lone Star College-Tomball is taking advantage of that powerful capability with a series of podcasts dedicated to exploring innovative applications of multimedia in higher education.

  • Entertainment for Everyone in the Tomball Area!

    The Fine and Performing Arts department is piloting a special program designed to give interested students additional training in the area of musical theater; masterclasses, purposeful instruction, and unique performance experiences are hallmarks of this new initiative.  Called The Texas Institute of Musical Theater, the program will also assist serious students in their preparation for professional programs.

  • Santa is flying in from the North Pole for this very special evening!  The Lone Star College - Tomball Fine and Performing Arts department is celebrating the season with a spectacular Broadway-style musical revue titled, A Very Tomball Christmas:  Home for the Holidays.  Celebrate the holidays with performances the entire family will enjoy, December 5th through 7th, with the curtain going up at 7:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center located on the LSC-Tomball campus.

  •  Lone Star College – Tomball is proud to announce the inaugural Stars of Tomball Celebration honoring the community partnerships essential to the success of the college.  As an established and robust community college, LSC-Tomball serves the Tomball area in many important and essential ways and many of these efforts are due to the noteworthy support generously provided by local leaders, businesses and organizations.

  • The Power of Extraordinary Experiences

    The remarkable and extraordinary experiences of fifteen fascinating speakers highlight TEDxLSCTomball 2019.  The diverse lineup features inspiring authors, personalities, and LSC-Tomball alumni and current students—people who would not allow challenging personal obstacles to stand in their way.  Despite the problems thrown at them, each of these individuals discovered something that helped put them on a path of change and on a track to achieve their goals.

  • LSC-Tomball saw students from two of its extraordinary programs for high school students graduate with Associate degrees earned simultaneously with their high school diplomas.  The diplomas and degrees were conferred during Commencement ceremonies in May. Eight Royal Early College High School students were the first to complete the four-year program aimed at low income and under-represented students who may otherwise have difficulty attending college following their high school graduation.

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