Below is a comprehensive list of resources which are intended to help LSC-University Park students achieve their academic, career and personal goals. Follow the links in each section for even more information on specific departments and service areas.
Lone Star College is an open-enrollment institution and applying is always free. Are you a new student? Take the first step and complete the online application through Apply Texas and choose Lone Star College.
Only transcripts requests sent electronically from high schools or colleges will be processed while the facilities are closed due to COVID-19. No LSC transcript requests for mail or pick-up delivery will be processed during this time either.
For more information on how to request a transcript be sent electronically to LSC, or from LSC to another institution, choose the page below that best fits your needs:
Dual Credit allows high school students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Students demonstrating college readiness through a college placement exam can earn college and high school credits in the same course by attending classes at their high school, on a Lone Star campus and/or online.
Manager, School Partnerships
Contact for Klein ISD & iSchool-University Park Students Kerrah@LoneStar.edu | 281.290.3715
Coordinator, School Partnerships
Contact for Harmony Public Schools, School of Science & Technology, Homeschool & Private High School Students Andrew.C.Sanchez@LoneStar.edu | 281.290.3795
The LSC-University Park Library is part of the Student Learning Resource Center (SLRC), which provides complete digital access to resources of the libraries within Lone Star College, Harris County Public Libraries and Montgomery County Memorial Library System.
Academic support services normally found on campus are still available to you, including access to our academic coaches. Visit the SLRC tutoring webpage to learn more and make an appointment for a virtual tutoring session with an LSC-University Park academic coach.
Success Connections is a collaborative effort between faculty, staff and students to help students get back on track academically. Our goal is to promote academic success by connecting students to resources and to improve students motivation.
The Student Success Institute (SSI) is designed to help students connect to the campus, reach key academic milestones and support students as they pursue their academic goals. SSI seeks to create academic, workforce and transfer pathway opportunities that will prepare students to persist, complete and maximize their contributions to society.
All orders for books and supplies must be placed online. All physical bookstore locations are closed at this time. Payments for online ordering can be made via major credit cards and most forms of financial aid.
Course sections may use different textbooks for the same class type, so please refer to your syllabus, before ordering online to ensure that you purchase the appropriate learning materials.
We understand there have been many recent changes to your learning environment. We're here to help you understand these changes and adjust accordingly while you continue working towards your academic goals. Don't hesitate to reach out to an LSC-University Park advisor to assist you.
For Live Chat Support, log into your MyLoneStar account and on the Student Homepage click on the Live Chat Support tile. Select the advising department at the campus that you take the majority of your classes at and sign in to chat with an advisor.
Communities in Schools (CIS) of Houston is nationwide network of passionate professionals working in public schools to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
We can connect students to services that provide:
Emergency Needs: Food, Shelter and Clothing
Supportive Guidance: Family and Personal Concerns
Crisis Intervention: Grief and Trauma
Social and Life Skills Support
Positive Self-image and Self-worth
Relationship Skills Training
Strategies for Managing Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
Leo’s Shelf is an on-site, free-of-charge resource designed to address food insecurity for the LSC-University Park campus community. Leo’s Shelf is managed by faculty and staff volunteers, and is stocked by donations. Leo’s Shelf offers free grab-and-go meals and snacks, as well as nonperishable pantry items and personal hygiene products.
Lone Star College System has created a resource page with both on- and off-campus resources that connect you with help in terms of food, clothing, employment, mental health, housing, finances, legal, childcare and more.
Student Life offers any currently enrolled LSC-University Park student to connect and engage with the campus community and student clubs. Opportunities include social, cultural and wellness programs, community service events and leadership development.
The Student Government Association (SGA) serves as a voice and means for the student body to influence positive change throughout the campus. SGA representatives strive to provide an effective and efficient link between the concerns of students and the college administration. Our ultimate aim is to work towards fostering an environment of equality, cooperation and prolific productivity on a campus-wide scale.
Career Services is dedicated to helping you make informed decisions to choose a major for the right career, offering workshops to help you prepare for your career, connecting you with job opportunities and helping you transition directly into the workforce.
View our FAQ about the Coronavirus and how LSC is taking a proactive and prudent approach to contingency plans that will protect our community while providing the least disruption possible to our students and employees.
Disability Services assists current and future students by determining and recommending appropriate academic support services. We also focus on helping students with disabilities make a succesful transition to the college and act as a referral source for services both on campus and within the community.
For more information, contact UP-DSO@LoneStar.edu or contact Leslieann Thomas,
Director of Disability Services, at 281.290.3738.
For the latest information and up-to-date news about LSC-University Park, connect with us and your fellow Lions through our social media channels. Scroll to the bottom of this page for some of our most recent posts.
The OTS Service Desk is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to meet the ongoing needs of our students, faculty and staff. Call 832.813.6600 (toll free 866.614.5014) or visit the LSC Service Center for assistance.
The Office of Veterans Services is a resource and support center open to veterans of all services and their dependents. We connect our veteran students with other like-minded students and veteran specific resources. Our mission is to, “Serve Those Who Served," and we believe that all veterans deserve our support in their pursuit of a quality education.
For more information about our Veterans Services, contact:
LSC-University Park is fully dedicated to your success, both academically and professionally. That's why we started GradUP, an innovative initiative that aims to increase LSC-University Park graduation by 300% in three years. We want students to obtain their degrees and certificates so they're equipped with the knowledge and skills to succeed in today's economy. Learn more about GradUP