Important Information Registration for Summer II and Fall classes is open
Next Chance Financial Aid Applications due July 1
LSC Facilities are open only to designated employees and students with Face-to-Face classes
LSC Student Resources can be found here
Emergency Assistance Available Apply now for CARES Act assistance to help cover expenses related to disruptions due to COVID-19
You can request your official Lone Star College transcript be sent to the location of your choice.
Lone Star College utilizes the National Student Clearinghouse, to process all official transcript requests. Official transcripts can currently ONLY be sent electronically through a secure means. You can track the processing of your transcript request online and receive email or text message status updates. The price for each official LSC transcript requested is $9.00.
If you want to transfer from LSC to a two or four-year college or university, the key to success – and minimizing stress – is planning ahead. Here are a few basic steps to assist you in staying on track and achieving your transfer goals:
Step 1: Meet with an Advisor to Choose the Right Degree Plan
If you plan to transfer from LSC to complete a four-year degree, email an advisor or counselor at the campus you plan to enroll to discuss your transfer options. They can assist with identifying courses that 1) are equivalent to college courses at your “home” college, 2) will transfer to your "home" college, and 3) fulfill common Core Curriculum or other degree requirements. The campus advising email address can be found on the advising website.
Where will I live? Will I be required to live on or off campus?
Does this school offer services to assist me in finding a job?
Step 3: Complete the Admissions Application on Time
It is suggested that students submit their admissions and financial aid applications to their college or university of choice as early as possible. Every institution has different deadlines, so be sure to look up the specific deadlines for your top choices and give yourself plenty of time to apply. Most universities prefer electronic transcripts as this helps them process your admissions decision and transfer credit in a more expedient fashion.