Lone Star College

Lone Star College celebrates student success at commencement ceremonies

 A record number 7,032 Lone Star College students were eligible to take part in commencement ceremonies to receive their associate degrees or certificates this year representing a 9 percent increase from 2014-15.

The ceremonies for six Lone Star Colleges took place May 13 and 14.

“This time of the year is always extra special,” said Dr. Stephen C. Head, LSC chancellor. “This is when our students get to enjoy the results of their hard work and efforts. They should all be very proud of their accomplishments.”


LSC-CyFair Dance Department “Break Free” Performance Set April 22

Bring the family to the “Break Free: A Dance Performance” on stage April 22 at Lone Star College-CyFair.

Come enjoy jazz, Latin and modern dance works that Professors Irene Ko, Sherry Harper and guest artists have choreographed to showcase the talents of LSC-CyFair’s Modern Dance students and members of the Diverse Dance Club.

The 7:30 p.m. performance will be held in the Main Stage Theatre, which is located in the Center for the Arts building on the Barker Cypress campus at 9191 Barker Cypress.

LSC-CyFair Instrumental Music Scholarship Auditions Set April 23

Lone Star College-CyFair’s Music Department will host instrumental music scholarship audition opportunities this April and June.

Ensembles available to students for fall registration include Jazz Ensemble, Symphonic Band, String Ensemble and Chamber Ensemble.

Scholarship auditions will be held April 23 and again June 25 from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. in the Recital Hall (ART 102) located in the Center for the Arts building at 9191 Barker Cypress.

Get Details to Become a Classroom Certified Teacher at LSC-CyFair/UofH Information Sessions Set March 29

For those interested in becoming a Texas classroom certified teacher, Lone Star College-CyFair and the University of Houston-Downtown will co-host an information session March 29.

LSC-CyFair and UofH-Downtown have teamed up to offer a seamless transition from the college’s Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree to the university’s bachelor’s degree.

Lone Star College-Tomball Honor Society Recognized as Top Chapter in Texas

The Lone Star College-Tomball chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international honor society for two-year colleges, was named 2016 Most Distinguished Chapter in Texas at the PTK Regional convention held Feb. 25-27 in Waco. Recognized for the success of their year-long College Project and Honors in Action initiative, LSC-Tomball’s chapter was selected first among 88 chapters across the state.

Interested in Teaching? LSC-CyFair’s AAT Degree Plan Offers Uniquely Designed Course in Paraprofessional Cohort Program

Lone Star College-CyFair’s Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree plan offers a Paraprofessional Cohort Program uniquely designed for paraprofessionals interested in teaching.

Paraprofessionals should first apply for the AAT degree and then register for EDUC 1301-5011. This degree plan will transfer to any four-year university leading to teacher certificate.

Limited to 25 students, the Introduction to the Teaching Profession course is offered as a hybrid format with face-to-face class held 6 p.m. – 7:20 p.m. Thursdays with additional online assignments.

Job Searching… Where Do I Go From Here??? A FREE Library program in collaboration with Lone Star College – Montgomery

Join us at the South Regional Library, 2101 Lake Robbins Drive-The Woodlands on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 6pm – 8pm

Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, light refreshments will be served and the first 10 people to register will receive a copy of Farai Chideya’s newest book, The Episodic Career

Space is limited so please register online www.countylibrary.org or call the library 936.442.7727 and select option #4


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Lone Star College to host international environmental conference on Earth Day

Lone Star College will present the 13th Annual International Education Conference, “The Global Environment: It’s in Your Hands” on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.

“The annual International Education Conference is the highlight of the spring semester,” said Dr. Theresa Kurk McGinley, LSC associate vice chancellor of international programs. “The keynote speaker lineup for this conference is exceptional and timely for the theme."