Resources for students at no cost
Resources Available to Students
The LSC TechConnect program offers digital resources such as laptops and iPads for long-term checkout complete with a variety of software - all as a benefit of being a student at LSC! Students with their own equipment can also download software at no extra cost.
Credit Students must be enrolled in 6 hours. Non-Credit Students must be enrolled in 1 class.
Request your device at myLoneStar > Student Home Page > LSC TechConnect
HP Laptop - available now
Apple iPads - available now
After a short digital skills survey you can download all available software (Click the icons below to download).
In order to comply with the December 7, 2022 directive by Governor Abbott, Lone Star College created the Lone Star College Prohibited Technologies Security Policy which includes a list of software, applications (including TikTok), and hardware products identified as being security concerns that will be removed and/or blocked on all LSC-owned devices. This includes LSC-owned cell phones, tablets, desktop and laptop computers, and other internet-capable devices. The listed "prohibited technologies" are not to be installed or used on any personal devices used to conduct College business, which includes accessing any College-owned data, applications, email accounts, non-public facing communications, iStar, and any other College-owned databases or applications. The Lone Star College Prohibited Technologies Security Policy applies to all LSC full- and part-time employees including contractors, paid or unpaid interns, and other users of state networks.
- For how long do I get to keep the equipment?
- When do I have to return my equipment?
- Will I be able to customize my device?
- What happens if my device breaks?
- What if I lose my device?
- What if my device is stolen?
- Can I save my files on the hard drive?
- What happens to files and settings saved on my device when I return it?
- What software is available?
- Can I use Webex and/or Zoom for video conferencing on my device?
- What do I do if I receive a suspicious email that looks like a scam?