Lone Star College-CyFair is celebrating the opening of its new Center for Academic and Student Engagement (CASE) Building, Friday, Nov. 10, at 9191 Barker Cypress.
“Our new Center for Academic and Student Engagement building was built to accommodate our growing enrollment and to enhance the student’s overall educational experience here at LSC-CyFair,” said LSC-CyFair President Dr. Seelpa Keshvala.
The Community College Petrochemical Initiative (CCPI) in conjunction with ExxonMobil awarded three Lone Star College-North Harris students scholarships to continue their education.
“We are so grateful for the support ExxonMobil gives to the Community College Petrochemical Initiative,” said Dr. Gerald Napoles, LSC-North Harris president. “These scholarships will help Lone Star College students continue their education and be prepared to join this growing industry.”
ExxonMobil employees recently donated $45,100 to the Lone Star College Foundation to support the mission of providing student scholarships, funding college programs and building communities.
The gift was part of the Education Match program an employee giving campaign in which ExxonMobil matched donations 3-to-1.
“We are very grateful to the employees of ExxonMobil for supporting Lone Star College students,” said Dr. Stephen C. Head, LSC chancellor. “Their gift is an investment in the future of our students and our community.”
Fort Bend Christian Academy senior Lynell Smith, Jr. signed a national letter of intent to continue competing athletically at the college level.
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