Lone Star College is recognized globally as the premier community college for student success, innovation, and partnerships.
Lone Star College provides comprehensive educational opportunities and programs to enrich lives.
Access and Equity
Lone Star College is committed to access and equity for all regardless of socio-economic background, preparation for college or workforce, or disability.
Student Learning and Success
Lone Star College is committed to transformational changes with the purpose of maximizing student learning and success.
Dignity and Respect
Everyone students, employees, and the community should be treated with dignity and respect.
Lone Star College recognizes the respect the college holds in the community and values that reputation.
Lone Star College has an important fiduciary responsibility to taxpayers and all citizens.
Lone Star College Core Values
Lone Star College champions excellence in teaching, learning and services.
Lone Star College is a learning-focused college that values not only student learning, but also faculty and staff learning.
Lone Star College believes that student success is multi-dimensional: it includes, but is not limited to, students achieving individual educational goals, mastering learning outcomes, and acquiring career and life skills.
Access and Affordability
Lone Star College believes in providing affordable education to all citizens within its service area.
Lone Star College champions personal accountability and ensures institutional accountability
Lone Star College prides itself on civic engagement and being responsive to community needs.
Lone Star College ensures that its student population and employee demographics reflect the diversity of the community. Differences in language, culture, ethnicity, social status and perspectives are respected throughout the college.
Lone Star College students and employees are our most valuable assets. We make all efforts to ensure a safe learning and working environment for them, to promote their well-being and to provide them with opportunities to grow in this institution and beyond.
Innovation and Creativity
Lone Star College plays a leadership role in creating innovative solutions and best practices for enhancing student learning and student success.
Lone Star College espouses academic and professional integrity, as well as integrity of business processes.
Lone Star College at a Glance
Known for its innovation and the visionary thinking of its leaders, Lone Star College is the largest institution of higher education in the greater Houston area and one of the fastest-growing college systems in the United States. The multi-college system, located across the north Houston region, is comprised of six colleges, eight satellite centers, and two university centers: Lone Star College-University Center at The Woodlands and Lone Star College-University Center at University Park. Student success is the core mission of this publicly-supported, two-year, comprehensive community college system, which is committed to helping students complete their education and reach their goals. From associate, bachelors and masters degrees to certification in high-demand careers, Lone Star College and its progressive partnerships with many universities provide quality educational opportunities to successfully develop knowledge, skills and attitudes for a rapidly-changing world.
The college system encompasses more than 1,400 square miles and serves a population of more than 2 million. As the largest community college system in the Houston area, it enrolls nearly 83,000 credit students each semester with a total enrollment of more than 95,000 students. Student enrollment has doubled each of the last two decades.
Lone Star College has many student groups and organizations that welcome participation and encourage student involvement, which is part of the LSC Best Start program initiated in 2011 to help students succeed. Best Start is Lone Star College’s Quality Enhancement Plan, a required component for the College’s accreditation process with The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the regional body for the accreditation of degree-granting higher education institutions in the Southern states. The Best Start plan involves a specific set of instructional activities designed to enhance Lone Star College’s current efforts to help more students succeed. The four steps of the plan are:
- Set a goal.
- Make a plan.
- Get connected (with faculty, advisor or counselor).
- Get involved (join campus organizations and volunteer).
The plan was introduced in fall 2011 and continues in 2020-21.
Postsecondary institutions must obtain authorization to offer distance education courses and programs to students that reside outside of Texas. As a member of the National Council on State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA), Lone Star College is permitted to offer distance education courses and programs to students in other NC-SARA participating states without seeking state authorization. Exceptions may be available for active duty or veteran students. For an up-to-date list of SARA States and Institutions, visit nc-sara.org/sara-states-institutions. For a current list of state authorizations outside of SARA member states, visit LoneStar.edu/LSC-Online.
Lone Star College-CyFair
Cypress-Fairbanks residents voted to become part of Lone Star College in August 2000 and the new Lone Star College-CyFair opened in May 2002 as the fifth Lone Star College. LSC-CyFair now has three locations to help make education accessible and convenient for the rapidly-growing Cypress-Fairbanks area: 1) The LSC-CyFair campus on Barker Cypress Road at West Road, a 200-acre, state-of-the-art campus centered around water features; 2) The LSC-Cypress Center, which opened in fall 2013 at Clay and Fry Roads, serves residents in the southwest area of Cypress-Fairbanks, and; 3) The LSC-Westway Park Technology Center, off Beltway 8 between Clay and Tanner Roads, which houses the Cybersecurity, IT and Visual Communication programs.
- LSC-CyFair offers more than 60 areas of study for the traditional, full- or part-time student; university partnerships, academic transfer courses and degrees; and workforce development and continuing education.
- Leading-edge technology to promote relevant job skills in Networking, Visual Communication and more.
- State-of-the-art advanced manufacturing center, preparing students for degrees in welding, manufacturing, machining, electronics, drafting, engineering technology and more.
- Exceptional healthcare programs including nursing, medical radiologic technology, medical assisting and sonography.
- Access to a comprehensive library system via a collaborative community partnership with the Harris County Public Library and LSC-CyFair.
- Training for Emergency Medical Services and Fire Science students at the Emergency Services Education Center via a collaborative community partnership with LSC-CyFair and the Emergency Services District.
- Artistic talent in many mediums displayed in the Bosque Gallery, as well as choral, instrumental and theatrical performances year round in the Center for the Arts.
- Comprehensive student support to help students identify and complete their academic and career goals.
Selected Program Highlights
Logistics Management - This program of study involves the planning, implementing and controlling the flow and storage of goods, services and related information from point of origin to point of consumption.
Echocardiography - Echocardiography (Cardiac Sonography) is the use of high frequency sound waves to produce images of the heart walls and valves to diagnose cardiovascular diseases. This degree program provides training and scanning instruction in heart function and an introduction to vascular to prepare graduates for employment in the healthcare industry as echocardiographers.
Networking - This program covers a variety of areas from server support (MCSE) and virtualization of servers (VMware), to networking (CISCO) to Cybersecurity and Cyber Forensics. The student who wants to enter the IT field has an opportunity to specialize in one of these areas or obtain a wide variety of IT skills before entering the workforce. This program is offered only at LSC-Westway Park Technology Center.
Engineering Technology - Specialized courses in this program emphasize application more than theoretical development through classroom studies with hands-on, high-tech laboratories. Courses are offered only at LSC-Cypress Center.
Petroleum Field Service Technician - The Petroleum Field Service Technician program prepares students to enter the oil and gas industry as an entry level field service technician.
Machining Technology - The Machining Technology Program prepares students to enter the manufacturing industry as entry level manual machinist and CNC operators. The certificates can be completed in two semesters allowing for job placement within one year of starting the program. Courses are offered only at LSC-Cypress Center.
Welding Technology - The Welding Technology program prepares students to enter the manufacturing and oil and gas industry as an entry level welder. Certificates can be completed in SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, Layout and Fabrication, and Pipe. Courses are offered only at LSC-Cypress Center.
Visual Communication - In addition to developing design and conceptual skills, this degree program trains today’s digital designers for careers in commercial art and design, desktop publishing, multimedia development, web design, 3-D animation, motion graphics, and video and post production. This program is offered only at LSC-Westway Park Technology Center.
Lone Star College-Houston North
About LSC-Houston North
In August of 2019, Lone Star College launched its newest college concept, Lone Star College-Houston North. This new college places three existing satellite locations under a new administrative structure and provides programs and support to serve students and communities in the surrounding Beltway 8 region of the Lone Star College service area.
Lone Star College-Houston North consists of LSC-Houston North Fairbanks, a two-story facility located at U.S. Highway 290 and West Little York Road; LSC-Houston North Greenspoint, a three-story facility located near I-45 and south of the Beltway feeder; LSC-Houston North Victory, a two-story facility located on Victory Drive within the Acres Homes community; and LSC-Houston North Fallbrook, coming in Spring 2021.
Highlights by Location
- LSC-Houston North Fairbanks opened in 2002. This location has a diverse student population that represents more than 60 countries.
- LSC-Houston North Greenspoint began offering classes at this center in 2004. This location includes credit and non-credit programming specifically designed to meet community needs.
- LSC-Houston North Victory opened in its current location in 2010. This location includes the Victory Early College High School that has been recognized as a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
- The new college will build upon the success of the current centers by offering comprehensive educational experience for students.
- All courses within selected credit and non-credit programs will be offered in their entirety. Students will have the opportunity to start and finish programs at each location.
- Courses will be offered in morning, afternoon, and evening blocked schedules to support part-time, working students.
- The college will have a culture of mentoring supported by faculty and peer mentors.
- A majority of courses will be offered in eight-week terms allowing for faster credit accumulation.
- Students will be supported by selected wraparound services to address non-academic needs.
Selected Program Highlights
LSC-Houston North Fairbanks offers programs within the Energy, Manufacturing & Construction and the Engineering, Mathematics, & Sciences area of study. These programs will prepare you for a career as an engineering or lab technician and are also designed to transfer to a 4-year institution. Currently, courses required for the associate of arts and associate of science and an expansive English as a Second Language (ESOL) program are also available.
LSC-Houston North Greenspoint offers programs within the Business & Professional Services area of study. These programs will prepare you for careers in management and administration in many kinds of businesses and organizations. The Business Field of Study program is also designed to transfer to a 4-year institution. Courses required for the associate of arts and preparation classes for the General Education Development Test (GED) are also available.
LSC-Houston North Victory offers programs within the Energy, Manufacturing, & Construction, and Public Safety & Human Services areas of study. In addition, this location offers an Associate of Arts with a focus of study in Criminal Justice. The Criminal Justice program will prepare you for a range of careers such as private investigator or correctional or probation officer. Courses required for the associate of arts are also available. This location currently offers associate of arts core courses and certificates in Welding Technology and Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC).
LSC-Houston North Fallbrook will offer programs within the Arts, Humanities, Communication and Design, and Computer/Digital Technology areas of study. In addition, this location will offer an Associate of Arts in Teaching which is primarily designed to transfer to a 4-year institution in preparation for a career in K-12 education. Courses required for the associate of arts and associate of science will also be available.
Lone Star College-Kingwood
When Lone Star College-Kingwood opened in August 1984 as the second Lone Star College, it was referred to as the “East Campus.” Situated on 273 beautifully landscaped wooded acres, LSC-Kingwood is conveniently located at U.S. Highway 59 and Kingwood Drive in the northeast sector of Lone Star College’s territory.
LSC-Kingwood offers three off-site locations to better serve the rapidly growing communities of Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita, and eastern Montgomery County. The locations include LSC-Atascocita Center (15903 West Lake Houston Parkway), EMCID Complex (21575 Highway 59 North in New Caney), and the LSC-Process Technology Center (14001 Lockwood Road in Generation Park).
Note: Due to COVID-19, all campus events and activities at LSC-Kingwood and the satellite centers are temporarily suspended. In addition, most academic courses and some workforce programs are now available online. All faculty are online-certified and there are a myriad of support available to help to aid students in online learning.
- LSC-Kingwood offers more than 60 areas of study for the traditional, full-or part-time student; university partnerships, academic transfer courses and degrees; and workforce development and continuing education. The campus also offers high school students the opportunity to earn college credits through its dual credit and early college programs.
- A 40,411-square-foot health professions center is scheduled open on the main campus. The new facility will house current programs - nursing, occupational therapy assistant, respiratory care, dental hygiene and dental assisting.
- The Student Services Division holds several events during the fall and spring semesters. The Career Services Job Fair assists students in finding jobs in the Lake Houston community. The Outreach and Recruitment Transfer Fair helps students further their educational journey once they leave LSC-Kingwood.
- LSC-Kingwood offers health-related training to prepare students for careers in nursing, occupational therapy, dental hygiene, and respiratory care.
- LSC-Kingwood offers a variety of performing and visual arts classes such as music, drama, art, as well as a fine arts gallery.
Selected Program Highlights
Nursing - The nursing program offers a hands-on education for students to achieve their nursing dreams through the completion of a vocational nursing certificate, or through the completion of an associate of applied science degree in nursing.
Fire Science - Fire science is a one-to-two-year program that leads to either a basic structural firefighter certificate or an associate of applied science degree. Students will learn the skills needed to become a state certified firefighter through studying specific techniques while working with trained professionals.
Game Design and Simulation - Upon completion of the game design and simulation program with either an associate of applied science degree or a one year certificate, students will have learned all aspects of game design from concept to completion including documentation and play testing.
Dental Hygiene - Dental hygiene is a two-year program that leads to an associate of applied science degree. Once they pass their state board exams, graduates will be an asset to future employers by knowing how to perform oral health assessments
Cosmetology - The cosmetology program offers an associate of applied science degree as well as certificate programs in facial specialist and cosmetology operator. The program trains future cosmetologists on various skills they can use to improve the personal appearances of their customers.
Men’s, Women’s and Intercultural Centers - The men’s and women’s centers are designed to provide men and women with support services and academic enrichment programs to enhance their experiences at the college. The Intercultural Center seeks to foster intercultural awareness, inclusiveness and respect for all in the LSC-Kingwood community.
The Center for Civic Engagement - The center encourages students, faculty and staff to become active citizens involved in their communities by providing opportunities and resources to engage in service oriented community activities.
Occupational Therapy - Occupational therapy is a dynamic allied health profession that provides specialized assistance to help people learn or regain the skills needed to live productive and satisfying lives.
Continuing Education - Continuing Education (CE) responds to community needs by opening its doors to all who are motivated to learn and enrich their lives. CE provides opportunities to change lives, improve skills, and develop talents leading to better jobs and a stronger community.
Process Technology - Process technology prepares graduates for entry level careers as process technologists/operators in the petrochemical, refining, food and beverage, power generation, and pharmaceuticals industries. They will learn how to manage and control many aspects of the facilities that make fuels, chemicals, plastics and other products that help make modern society possible.
Instrumentation Technology - Instrumentation technology is a new workforce program that began at the LSC-Process Technology Center in fall 2019. Courses train students for entry-level careers as instrument technicians in the chemical process industry. Graduates will learn how to maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot, repair, and replace process instruments.
Lone Star College-Montgomery
Located on 165 acres of pine forest between The Woodlands and Conroe, LSC-Montgomery was established as a comprehensive college to serve the residents of Montgomery County. LSC-Montgomery is many things to many people. For some it is the first step toward a degree -associate, bachelor’s or master’s. For others, it offers career programs and certificates that lead to real jobs in two years or less. Still others enjoy leisure learning opportunities, artistic programs, library access, fitness, community events and more.
- Promotes success of all students in a challenging and supportive learning environment.
- Offers more than 60 comprehensive areas of study for workforce training and transfer through full or part-time enrollment, available in online, hybrid, and face-to-face format.
- Features an Honors College for high-achieving students, with emphasis on exploration through research, travel, and honors coursework.
- Empowers students through the Undergraduate Research Institute to participate in inquiry, methodology and discovery at increasingly advanced levels.
- Hosts students at Conroe Center in workforce programs, including welding, automotive, aviation, and machining, as well as courses designed for transfer.
Selected Program Highlights
Occupational and Life Skills Associate Degree (OLSA) - The Occupational and Life Skills Associates Degree is designed to address the executive functioning challenges experienced by people who have neurodevelopmental disabilities. Degree requirements provide an opportunity for direct instruction in academic, workforce, intrapersonal, and interpersonal behavioral expectations necessary for success in the college classroom, workforce, and personal interactions.
Biotechnology - The program prepares students to become biotechnology laboratory technicians and provides experiences with basic laboratory skills, math, genetic engineering, protein purification, cell culture, quality assurance and quality control, bioinformatics, computer skills, ethics, documentation, and teamwork.
Land Surveying & Mapping Technology - Surveying is an integral component of land usage by civil engineering, GIS, GPS, municipal planning, construction, and drafting. Levels of training include certified technician, Surveyor-In-Training and Registered Professional Land Surveyor.
Live Entertainment Technology (LET) - LSC-Montgomery is one of four schools in the nation to offer an associate degree and certificates in live entertainment technology. Students will be provided the foundational knowledge, skill and abilities to design, maintain and operate audio/video/lighting systems and equipment in a variety of work environments in the live entertainment industry.
Medical Radiologic Technology - The Radiologic Technology program capitalizes on expanding opportunities by partnering directly with area hospitals and clinics to provide a unique, two-year associate of applied science degree plan.
Nursing - LSC-Montgomery offers training to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN), and two options to become a Registered Nurse (RN). The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is a new 4-year program beginning in the Fall 2020 semester.
Physical Therapist Assistant - The LSC- Montgomery physical therapist assistant program facilitates the development of critical-thinking skills, clinical competencies and ethical decision-making behaviors consistent with the Physical Therapy profession and essential for the successful pursuit of a career in physical therapy.
Professional Pilot - The program prepares students for careers as professional pilots for airlines, corporate flight departments, air charter operations and flight schools. While earning an associate of applied science degree, students gain the valuable experience necessary to qualify for a position as a professional pilot.
Lone Star College-North Harris
2700 W.W. Thorne Drive
Houston, TX 77073-3499
LSC-EAST ALDINE CENTER
2430 Aldine Mail Route Rd.
Houston, TX 77039
LSC-HEALTH PROFESSIONS BUILDING
17200 & 17202 Red Oak
Houston, TX 77090-2647
|CHI LSC-NORTH HARRIS SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY
910 E. Richey Road
Houston TX 77073-3499
About LSC-North Harris
Since 1973, Lone Star College-North Harris has been serving residents of the Aldine and Spring school districts. It was the first and founding college of Lone Star College and set the pace with quality, affordable education. LSC-North Harris serves thousands of students via its 200-acre main campus located in north Houston and the East Aldine Center, southeast of Sam Houston Parkway and Aldine-Westfield Road. Industry-specific classes and programs are also offered through the college’s specialized facilities: the LSC-Health Professions Building and the CHI LSC-North Harris School of Cosmetology, both of which capitalize on local partnerships to provide valuable training in high-demand fields.
- LSC-North Harris offers flexible class schedules and first-class professors who recognize students’ need to juggle classes with work and family responsibilities. Courses are held during the day, in the evening, on weekends, and in fast-track, independent, online or individualized study formats.
- More than 180 degree and certificate programs are designed for both university transfer and career building.
- Comprehensive library services are available for students and the community, which includes a Makerspace - an interactive lab where students can use advanced technology to create, invent and learn.
- Free tutoring, computer lab use, on-campus parking, intramural sports programs, plus a comprehensive weight training center, dance/aerobics studio, mile-long walking trail and gymnasium are also available.
- The college’s Fine Arts Department offers a comprehensive curriculum with programs in art, dance, theater and music.
- The LSC-Health Professions Building, located near Houston Northwest Medical Center, is home to many of the college’s Allied Health and Nursing programs, including Health Information Technology and Pharmacy Technology.
- The CHI LSC-North Harris School of Cosmetology is a unique partnership that brings the world-renowned methods and products of Farouk Systems, Inc. to an exceptional cosmetology program, with an up-to-date curriculum and experienced instructors.
- The LSC-East Aldine Center offers academic and workforce programs as well as student support services. This location also houses an Early College High School.
Selected Program Highlights
Visual Communication - In addition to developing design and conceptual skills, this degree program trains today’s digital designers for careers in commercial art and design, desktop publishing, multimedia development, web design, 3-D animation, video and post-production.
Welding Technology - This program is designed to prepare students for a career as a welding technician in the fabrication, construction and manufacturing industries.
Industrial Diesel Technology - Designed by experts in the field, this program offers the technical knowledge and hands-on skills required to maintain critical equipment for a number of growing industries.
Paralegal Studies - This program prepares graduates for legal assistant and paralegal positions at law firms of all types and for the NALA Certified Legal Assistant Exam.
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology - The HVAC-R program offers training for a career in residential and/or light commercial environmental system services, including repair, maintenance and installation.
Massage Therapy - This certification program is accredited through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) and prepares students for the Massage Therapy Licensing Exam. Students in the program learn the practice of using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue muscles of the body.
Construction Supervision - The Construction Supervision Associate of Applied Science degree prepares graduates for entry-level careers as construction supervisors. This program is ideal for a craftsman working to move up into a superintendent or supervisor position in a large construction firm or subcontractor.
Electrical Technology - Specialized electrician courses are offered that emphasize application more than theoretical development. Courses complement on-the-job training and mirror real-world situations by providing classroom studies with hands-on applications. The program also works with local electrician providers/companies to prepare students for the Texas State Licensing Exam.
Lone Star College-Tomball
Lone Star College-Tomball, the third of the six Lone Star Colleges, was the result of many years of dedication by community members to bring higher education to the Tomball and Magnolia communities. Residents of the Tomball Independent School District voted in 1982 to join Lone Star College and LSC-Tomball opened its doors for students in 1988. Today, LSC-Tomball serves thousands of students via three locations, LSC-Tomball main campus, the LSC-Tomball Health Science Building and LSC-Creekside Center, an LSC-Tomball satellite center located in the Creekside area of The Woodlands. LSC-Tomball students can earn Associate of Arts, Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science degrees, complete their general education courses for transfer to a four-year college or university, or earn workforce certificates in a variety of areas that lead to high-demand jobs.
- The Honors College, service learning programs, dual credit classes and international studies allow LSC-Tomball students to have an advanced academic college experience.
- The LSC-Tomball Community Library, a joint library with the Harris County Public Library system, houses a wide variety of resources for the community, including a children’s library, as well as a wealth of resources to serve the research needs of students.
- In addition to traditional course offerings, fast track options, and “finish early” courses, it is now possible to become “Core-complete” exclusively online! Students enrolled at Lone Star College or any public university in Texas, must complete the Texas Core Curriculum.
- To support student success, LSC-Tomball offers professional advising and counseling, financial aid services, recruitment and outreach services, testing and tutoring support, and accommodations for students with disabilities. Additionally, a vibrant Student Life department provides students with many opportunities to get connected, make friends, learn leadership skills, and enhance their academic experience.
- Continuing education courses for lifelong learners are also available. Discovery College provides a safe and fun college experience during the summer for students age 6-17. The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) program offers opportunities for adults age 50+ to take free or low-cost classes and participate in personal interest activities. Preparation courses for the General Educational Development (GED) test are also offered, along with other adult basic education courses.
Selected Program Highlights
Veterinary Technology - LSC-Tomball’s Vet Tech program has been twice recognized as an exemplary program by the State of Texas and its students have one of the highest overall success rates in passing the state and national board exams among over 200 accredited programs in the U.S. and Canada.
Surgical Technology - Surgical technologists assist in the operating room under the direct supervision of surgeons and registered nurses. LSC-Tomball is the only college in the area to offer the Surgical Technology program.
Pharmacy Technology - Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists. Our accredited curriculum includes pharmacy operations, dosage and compounding calculations, pharmacology, law and ethics. Students have the opportunity to earn a 34-credit diploma, which transfers toward a 60-credit AAS degree in Pharmacy Management. Graduates receive hands-on laboratory experiences, Sterile Compounding and Aseptic Technique Certification, and perform two clinical externships.
Computer Networking Technology/Cisco - Courses related to the certifications Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) are offered. All courses are taught by Certified Cisco Academic Instructors and feature web-based content, simulations and hands-on labs.
Electrical Technology - This program emphasizes application over theory, complements on-the-job training, mirrors real-world situations and prepares graduates for a career as an Electrician. The knowledge and skills necessary to pass the Texas State Licensing exam are provided.
Petroleum Data Technology - Students study to earn a certificate in this information technology field of study that specializes in measuring geological data and using sonic, electrical, and seismic instruments to prospect for oil or gas. Petroleum Technologists support Geologists, Reservoir Engineers, and Drilling and Petroleum Engineers.
Arts - A variety of courses are offered in art, photography, music, and drama.
Business Administration - A Level 1 certificate is available along with a Level 2 certificate with specialization in Business Administration, Human Resources, or Marketing. A two year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Business Administration is an advanced degree that more fully prepares students for employment.
CPA - Courses approved by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy to sit for the Texas CPA exam are offered online and in class. To qualify for the CPA program, a bachelor’s degree (in any discipline) is required.
llifePATH® Program - This program provides a unique opportunity for adult students to learn the social and skill expectations needed in the business world, the academic world, and personal relationships. It is a four-year comprehensive model of post-secondary educational opportunities for students who have disabilities that affect executive functioning.
Lone Star College-University Park
About LSC-University Park
Established in 2012 as Lone Star College’s sixth comprehensive college and enrolling more than 13,000 students per semester, LSC-University Park is devoted to impacting the community’s prosperity and upward mobility through student success. The college’s competent and compassionate faculty and staff provide students with holistic and immersive education and training in disciplines and industries that meet current and future workforce needs.
LSC-University Park is the community’s college and home to the YMCA Children’s Academy, iSchool High charter high school, University of Houston-Downtown Northwest, and several industry partners. LSC-University Park has been recognized nationally as a model for innovative colleges of the 21st century and serves as an incubator for innovative partnerships between education, community and industry. Standout facilities include the Center for Science & Innovation, the Energy & Manufacturing Institute, the Innovation Lab, Geology Rock Wall and a digital library with over 5 million resources.
- Bachelor’s and master’s level classes and degrees are offered on-site through the LSC-University Center. General AA & AS degrees from LSC-University Park are uniquely developed for transfer to four-year universities. Seamless credit transfer is possible through 2+2 programs - two years at Lone Star College and two years at University of Houston-Downtown on-site or anywhere else.
- More than 70 programs of study are offered, including credit and non-credit courses, workforce training and continuing education classes.
- Degree paths are offered in a variety of learning environments to provide flexibility and personalized instruction, including in-person, online and hybrid courses.
- Specialized services are available to veterans, international students and students needing ADA accommodations.
- The Student Learning Resource Center (SLRC) provides a high-tech, digital library and state-of-the- art computer lab.
- Free academic coaching is open to students, including a Writing Lab, Assistive Technology Lab, Science and Math Hotspots and an Academic Coaching Center.
- LSC-University Park’s Black Box Theatre provides several fine arts events, from musical performances to theatrical productions.
- The Energy & Manufacturing Institute offers courses in tomorrow’s technologies, from mechatronics and machining, to engineering and much more.
- LSC-University Park’s Innovation Lab provides students access to the latest technologies, including 3D printing, virtual reality learning environments and robotics.
Selected Program Highlights
AAS in Accounting - The Associate of Applied Science in Accounting degree is designed to prepare students for occupations in the accounting profession. Students are trained for entry-level work in investment planning, auditing, accounts payable and accounts receivable.
AAS in Visual Communication - The Visual Communication degree emphasizes conceptual communication and innovative designs by offering an understanding of ideation, visual organization, typography, production tools and technology. Students learn to design and/or create graphics to meet specific needs such as packaging, logos, displays, websites, publications and various digital media.
AS in Engineering - The Associate of Science in Engineering degree provides students with basic foundational knowledge in the engineering field. Students in the engineering program will be prepared to pursue degrees in biomedical, civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering.
AAS in Machining Technology - Machining technology is constantly evolving, as is this degree program. Students are prepared to enter industry with courses in computer-aided manufacturing, machine shop math, and operating and programming CNC machine tools.
AAS in Mechatronics Technician and AAS in Petroleum Field Service Technician - Students begin by completing the Field Service Technician Level I Certificate. Students can obtain an entry-level position in the workforce, or build on their skills and complete the Mechatronics Technician Level II Certificate or the Petroleum Field Service Technician Level II Certificate. Each of these Level II Certificates leads to an AAS degree: Mechatronics Technician AAS or Petroleum Field Service Technician AAS.
AA in Teaching -LSC-University Park offers courses that fulfill the state requirements for an Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT). The AAT degree offers the first two years of classes toward initial teacher certification. All courses in the AAT lead to teacher certification programs at a four-year university.
AA in Music Field of Study - The AA in Music includes theory, ear training, sight singing, class piano, music literature, performance ensembles, and private instruction in voice, instruments, or composition. Courses are transferable toward a bachelor’s degree in music at public four-year institutions in Texas. Many courses may also be used for music minors and degrees in fields such as music therapy, music education, musical theatre, or musicology.
What are the LSC-University Centers?
Higher Education Close to Home
The Lone Star College-University Centers offer junior, senior, graduate and doctoral level classes through partnerships with several universities. Students who enroll with one of the partner universities on-site at either The Woodlands or University Park locations are able to complete a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree (or teaching certificate) without traveling to the university campuses.
Lone Star College-University Centers
Student success and credential completion - students completing their educational goals - is a core value for Lone Star College.
LSC works to provide proven steps and procedures to help students from the first day they step on campus until they complete their degree or credential - whatever their educational goal. In addition to associate degrees and certifications in career and technical education, Lone Star College opens doors for students who want to continue their education and obtain a four-year degree and more.
Transfer made easy
The Lone Star College University Center model is unique, innovative and is one that has been duplicated at many colleges across the country. Transferring to a four-year university partner has never been easier for Lone Star College students.
First, LSC University Center partners have operations on site at the Lone Star College University Centers, which makes for a smoother transition process. Also, specific transfer programs-like the 2+2 program-allow students to take their first two years of classes at Lone Star College and then the second two years of upper-level courses at one of the university partners.
Students are also able to better maximize the number of courses completed at Lone Star College that can be applied toward their bachelor’s degrees by joint admission. Benefits include a simplified application process, discounted or no application fees, and complete access to the facilities and resources of both institutions.
Lone Star College also has reverse transfer programs with its University Center partner universities, and other colleges in Texas, which establish policies and procedures for credits earned at universities to be transferred back to Lone Star College and applied toward associate degrees. Students wishing to obtain an associate degree while attending a partner university are able to transfer university credit toward the Lone Star College associate degree.
LSC-University Center at The Woodlands
As the first of two university center locations at Lone Star College, the LSC-University Center at The Woodlands has been setting the standard for on-site delivery of various upper level bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs for more than 20 years. It is conveniently located in a 78,000-square-foot building on the edge of the LSC-Montgomery campus.
Students are able to select programs offered at the LSC University Center by Ferris State University, Rice University, Sam Houston State University, Stephen F. Austin State University and Springfield College. Many universities offer advising for online programs and programs offered at their campus. Those universities include: Bellevue University, Lamar University, University of Incarnate Word and University of St. Thomas.
Call 936.273.7510 or visit LoneStar.edu/University-Center.
- Students are able to complete freshman and sophomore level requirements from any Lone Star College or any other Texas community college before transferring to one of the partner universities.
- In addition to junior- and senior-level courses leading to bachelor’s degrees, four of the partner universities offer graduate programs for master’s and two universities offer doctoral degrees on-site.
- Classes offered are identical to those offered on the university home campuses. Each university’s faculty teach courses on site at the University Center.
- Students have access to the University Center’s wireless network and a virtual library connecting them to their home university library.
- Visit LoneStar.edu/University-Center for detailed descriptions of programs.
LSC-University Center at University Park
The second of the Lone Star College university center locations, LSC-University Center at University Park is also designed to provide easy transfer for LSC graduates into advance degrees and programs offered by the four-year university partners on site at this location. The university partner offers more than 20 degrees to help advance the educational goals of students after attaining an associate degree with Lone Star College. To provide for easier access to upper-level education, LSC-University Center at University Park offers a 2+2 transfer agreement which gives students the opportunity to earn a two-year AA or AS degree (some AAS degrees apply) from Lone Star College and then continue with two years at one of the partner universities on site to complete a bachelor’s degree.
- Lone Star College advisors and partner university advisors are available in one location to assist students planning to transfer into a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, along with professional certification programs.
- Students are able to complete freshman and sophomore level requirements from any Lone Star College before transferring to one of the partner universities on site.
- The campus consists of five major buildings and facilities totaling more than 1.2 million square feet with supporting facilities and parking.
- Complete student support services for Lone Star College and each university are also available, including assistance with applications, admission, degree planning, class transfer and transcript analysis.
- Lone Star College advisors and university partner advisors are on-site weekdays and are available by appointment or walk-in.
- Programs offered are of the same quality as those on the university home campuses and are taught by partner faculty members.
- Students have access to a variety of multimedia equipment, computer labs and an electronic library connecting them to their home universities and other library services, inter-library loans, and research opportunities.
- Visit LoneStar.edu/University-Center for detailed descriptions of each program offered.
Lone Star College-Online
LSC-Online supports online students and faculty, as well as manages the delivery of online courses and online components of hybrid courses. Fully online courses are delivered completely online using synchronous and/or asynchronous activities. Hybrid courses combine online instruction with campus-based instruction. Both fully online and hybrid courses may include learning activities such as discussions, projects, exams, presentations, or papers. The content and transferability of online and hybrid courses are the same as traditional face-to-face on-campus courses. Students enrolled in online and hybrid courses have the same rights and responsibilities as those enrolled in traditional face-to-face courses.
Students can complete all the course requirements online for multiple associate degrees and certificates. Students can also complete core courses for transfer to a four-year university. For additional information, visit us on the web at LoneStar.edu/LSC-Online.
Career and Technical Education
In addition to Associate of Applied Science degrees (AAS) and college transfer credits (AA/AS), Lone Star College opens doors to personal growth with Career and Technical Education (CTE) certificate fast track non-credit workforce programs, professional development seminars, and certification preparation programs.
Whether the goal is to start a new career, improve current job skills, or take the certification exam for a national or global industry-recognized certification, Lone Star College has the right courses for you.
CTE students earn continuing education units (CEUs) and may be eligible for articulating them to semester credit hours (SCH), depending on the CTE courses taken. In addition, workforce scholarships may be available to those who qualify. Lone Star College’s Career and Technical Education certification programs are part of the WORKFORCE PROGRAMS of STUDY. Check out LoneStar.edu/workforce.
For those interested in earning a Career and Technical Education certificate to start a new career or improve current job skills, Lone Star College opens doors to high-demand careers in:
- Architecture & Construction
- Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications
- Business Management & Administration
- Construction Trades
- Education & Training
- Energy & Manufacturing
- Health Science
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Industry Certification Prep
- Information Technology
- Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
- Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Continuing Education - Career and College Preparation
Pursuing the GED exam? We have the test prep classes for all sections with an emphasis on math review.
Learning English? Let the Lone Star College instructors help you understand, write, and speak English so that you can get a new or better job or so that you can communicate anywhere in the United States.
In addition, we have courses to teach you another language other than English, prepare for the SAT or other standardized tests, or take a class to learn something new; Lone Star College has something for all ages. In most cases, no college application or prior testing is required. Class start dates are available weekly throughout the year.
Lone Star College also offers community education/leisure learning classes for all ages. Programs include:
- The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL), a membership community that offers free and low-cost classes, events and activities for adults age 50 and older. Lone Star College offers over 100 ALL classes at many of our locations.
- Discovery College, is our educational and fun summer camp programs in June and July for kids ages 6 to 18.
- Test preparation for the ACT, SAT, THEA, and others.
- Fine arts, sports and recreation, computer classes, and more.
For more information on Lone Star College’s Leisure Learning programs, go to LoneStar.edu/leisure-learning.htm.
Continuing Education (non-credit) and Credit-Linked Courses
Students may enroll in continuing education courses that are linked to semester credit hour courses in which both credit and continuing education students attend the same class. Continuing education students who register for linked courses must meet the same requirements and prerequisites as credit students. Students registered through continuing education earn continuing education units (CEUs).
Linked CTE course student learning outcomes and assessments are aligned to credit courses, so students who successfully complete a linked CTE course may apply for college credit for the course. For more information on CE to Credit Articulation, go to lonestar.edu/learning-assessment.htm
Lone Star Corporate College
Lone Star Corporate College partners with Houston, national, and global large corporations and mid-sized companies to identify the Houston region’s workforce training needs. Through customized technical, supervisor, project management, and language training programs, Lone Star Corporate College works to ensure that these organizations’ employees receive the technical training they need to remain highly skilled and effective in their respective industries.
Lone Star Corporate College has training programs for several industries, specializing in upstream, mid-stream, and downstream oil and gas, transportation, construction, healthcare, and advanced manufacturing. Because information technology, cybersecurity, and programming is cross-industry, we specialize in training in those career fields as well. Training is held in the company facilities, at a Lone Star College campus, or online. Subject matter experts (SMEs) with years of industry experience teach all programs. Curriculum is customized with our instructional design team and SMEs.
If your company does not have technical training labs, we teach in our multi-million dollar training centers of excellence.
In addition, Lone Star Corporate College holds several professional development seminars throughout the year and has two full-service conference centers for rent with facilities and staff located in northwest Houston and in The Woodlands for corporate and community events.
For more information, go to LoneStar.edu/CorporateCollege.
Lone Star College’s Division of External and Employer Relations helps coordinate community, economic, corporate, and small business development activities with each Lone Star College campus. The Small Business Development Center and the North Houston Economic Development Center provide a central contact point for area chambers of commerce, numerous economic development partnerships and the North Houston Association. In addition, the Corporate College provides training for large employers. For more information, go to LoneStar.edu/community-business.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Information on some student rights and responsibilities are included below. For additional information, please refer to the LSC Board Policy Manual and the Chancellor’s Procedures.
If there is any conflict between the LSC Board Policy and this catalog, the LSC Board Policy will govern. Additionally, if there is any conflict between the Chancellor’s Procedures and this catalog, the Chancellor’s Procedures will govern.
The information set forth in this catalog is intended to be informational and not contractual in nature. LSC reserves and retains the right to amend, alter, change, delete or modify any of the provisions of this catalog at any time or in any manner that the administration or the LSC Board of Trustees deems to be in the best interest of LSC.
The information stated herein is for the students benefit and assistance. The administration of LSC reserves the right to act as final interpreter of this catalog. Additionally, LSC reserves the right to change, without prior notice, tuition, fees, requirements and regulations, as obligated by district or legislative action or as allowed by law.
LSC cannot guarantee that courses listed in this catalog will be offered in any given term or year at any college. Registration for a particular section, course or program will be permitted only until available classroom space or facilities have been filled. LSC reserves the right to cancel any course or section for which enrollment is insufficient.
A student who wishes to review documents regarding the accreditation of Lone Star College may do so by making an appointment with the Chief Student Services Officer (CSSO).
All official communication from Lone Star College to its students is delivered through its web portal system, myLoneStar, and Lone Star College provided email accounts.
Computer System Availability
Lone Star College recognizes the value that technology adds to teaching and learning and has built a robust and stable infrastructure to support it. Because regular maintenance of computer systems is critical to their performance and efficiency, planned downtimes are normally performed after-hours to minimize disruption to faculty, students and staff. Advanced notice of the scheduled maintenance is distributed in many ways and provides information on the services impacted with estimated start and end times. Users are encouraged to note these communications and plan accordingly.
Contact the OTS Service Desk at 832.813.6600 or go to LoneStar.service-now.com/sp for updates.
Equal Opportunity Information
Equal Opportunity Statement
Lone Star is committed to the principles of equal opportunity in education and employment. Lone Star College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, gender expression, religion, ethnic or national origin, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other protected status in its programs and activities, as stated in the LSCS Board Policy Manual.
Equal Opportunity Inquiries
All inquiries concerning LSC policies, compliance with applicable laws, statutes, and regulations (such as Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504), and complaints may be directed to:
Associate Vice Chancellor
Equal Opportunity (EO) Officer
Office of Governance, Accountability, and Compliance
Senior Associate Vice Chancellor
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Officer
Office of Human Resources
Executive Director, Title IX Coordinator
Compliance Education and Training
Title IX Notice of Rights to Complainants
Student Civil Rights Complaints
Campus Chief Student Services Officers
Student Complaint Process and Contacts
Incident Reporting System
Inquiries about the laws and compliance may also be directed to Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education. For further information, visit ed.gov for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1.800.421.3481.
After exhausting the institution’s grievance/complaint process, current, former, and prospective students may initiate a complaint with THECB by sending the required forms either by electronic mail to StudentComplaints@thecb.state.tx.us or mail to:
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Office of General Counsel
P.O. Box 12788
Austin, TX 78711-2788
Facsimile transmissions of the forms are not accepted.
Qualified and Diverse Employees
Lone Star College values diversity in both its employees and students. LSC actively recruits and strives to retain highly-qualified staff, faculty and administration members who will reflect the core values and cultural beliefs of Lone Star College and meet with needs of students and the community.
Health Occupations Clinical Requirement
Lone Star College policy is consistent with Texas law as to requirements and admission of any resident or non-resident student. For admission and tuition purposes, residency is defined within Texas Education Code §54.052. Students will be notified of any additional documentation required of the clinical partner. All students must submit all required documentation prior to the start of a clinical rotation (or externship). Students who are unable to complete the LSC health program clinical skills requirement will not be able to complete the program due to a lack of clinical placement. Additionally, LSC will notify students that a Social Security number may be required for a background check, and may also be required for taking the licensing examination upon completion of program requirements. Students with student visas may have to provide additional or alternate information.
The Texas Department of State Health Services require students who are enrolled in health-related programs to have specific vaccinations before they engage in direct patient contact activity with potential exposure to blood and bodily fluids. For conditionally accepted students, all identified program documentation is due by the date set by the individual health program. Students who would like to inquire about exclusions from immunization compliance may view the Texas Code:
Please note that certain exclusions may apply in accordance with Texas Administrative Code Section 97.62. Processing an exclusion from immunization compliance may delay or create acceptance challenges with specific clinical sites, depending on the clinical partner’s particular rules. Although the College will endeavor in working with clinical partners, the College has no control regarding the partner’s rules and exclusion administration. Successful completion of clinical rotations is a condition of successful course completion.
Consequences of Criminal Conviction
Notice of Potential Ineligibility for License1
Lone Star College offers some workforce associate degree or certificate programs in which a state license is required to obtain employment in healthcare, emergency services or business services fields. For students in these program who may have a criminal background, please be advised that the background check results could keep you from being licensed by the State of Texas or other licensing agencies required to obtain employment. If a student has a question about his or her background and licensure, please speak with the appropriate department chair, program director, or person listed on the program website. Students also have the right to request a criminal history evaluation letter from the applicable licensing agency.If you are applying for admission to a College program or enrolling in a College program that may prepare you for an initial occupational license2 issued by a Licensing authority3 and/or if you later decide to change to a program that prepares you for an occupational license, please be advised of the following:
- An individual who has been convicted of an offense may be ineligible for issuance of an occupational license upon completion of the educational program.
- Licensing authorities that issue an occupational license to an individual who completes the educational program issue guidelines stating the reasons a particular crime is considered to relate to a particular occupational license and any other criterion that affects the decisions of the licensing authority.
- A state licensing authority that issues guidelines files those guidelines with the secretary of state for publication in the Texas Register.
- Local or county licensing authorities that issue an occupational license to an individual who completes the educational program issue guidelines related to criminal history and post the guidelines at the courthouse of the county in which the licensing authority is located or publish them in a newspaper having countrywide circulation in that county.
- Applicants should contact their respective local or county licensing authority for more details.
- An individual may request a criminal history evaluation letter regarding the personal eligibility for a license issued by a licensing authority as allowed by Texas Occupation Code § 53.102.
All applicants to and enrollees are encouraged to review all applicable eligibility requirements related to the respective occupational license. Questions related to eligibility requirements should be directed to the applicable licensing authority.
Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 53.152
 “Occupational license” means a license, certificate, registration, permit, or other form of authorization required by law or rule that must be obtained by an individual to engage in a particular business or occupation. Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 58.001.
 “Licensing authority” means a state agency or political subdivision that issues an occupational license. Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 58.001.
Drug and Alcohol Testing for Specified Programs
Students in health occupations, emergency services, and truck driving (CDL) programs may be required to undergo drug testing, after acceptance into a program, prior to the start of a clinical rotation, externship, and /or if there is a reason to suspect a drug or alcohol impairment. See individual program student handbooks for further details.
Students should be aware that LSC and agencies with which LSC contracts for health occupation clinical experiences and externships will require successful completion of drug/alcohol testing prior to commencement of the clinical/externship experience.
The costs of all testing shall be incurred by the student. Student may contact specific health occupation programs, emergency services, and truck driving (CDL) about details regarding specific clinical /externship drug and alcohol testing requirements and policy and procedures per program.
In the event of inclement weather or emergency closing, the LSC Chancellor or designee may cancel all or some of the college classes. Generally, such decisions will be made between 5:30 and 6 a.m. for day classes and by 3 p.m. for evening classes. When off-campus facilities are closed for any reason, the college classes at those sites will also be canceled.
The closing announcement will be issued through LoneStarCollegeAlert, posted on the LSC website at LoneStar.edu, and issued to local radio/television stations. If a student or employee believes that weather conditions will put them in danger or at risk, they should follow all safety precautions.
All current LSC students and employees are automatically opted-in to LoneStarCollegeAlert, the LSC emergency alert system, with their LoneStar.edu email address as the primary communication source. Personal contact information must be updated in myLoneStar to receive emergency text messages or notifications to a personal email account. To receive emergency text messages to your cell phone, login to myLoneStar and update your official student or employee personal information record with your cell phone information. Go to the LoneStarCollegeAlert page at LoneStar.edu/LoneStarCollegeAlert for more information.
Minors on College Premises
Lone Star College is a community college system that embraces our communities and welcomes residents of all ages. All minors on campus are subject to all LSC policies and procedures.
In order to provide for the safety of all children, an Authorized Responsible Adult (parents, legal guardians, or an adult authorized by a parent or legal guardian to be responsible for Minors) must supervise Minors (persons aged 15 and under) on College premises, unless the Minor is participating in a College class, program, or event. This means that Authorized Responsible Adults do not have to accompany Minors while they are participating in the College class, program, or event, but must be present to monitor the Minors’ activities outside of a College class, program, or event. Minors participating in a College class, program, or event must have written permission from their parent or legal guardian. The Authorized Responsible Adult must be immediately available in an emergency situation. For complete information, please reference College Board Policy Manual Section II.D.2 at www.lonestar.edu/policy.
LSC campuses with a Harris County Public Library (HCPL) operating on the college campus will comply with HCPL regulations regarding children in the library.
Dual-credit and other similar programs are governed by the applicable agreement between LSC and the independent school district or other secondary education institution. Students participating in a LSC approved program must abide by the requirements specified in the agreement. If the agreement does not specify supervision requirements, then the College’s policy and procedures of supervision apply.
Students’ Children on College Premises
College students’ children may not enter the classroom, even for brief visits, without the instructor’s prior express written permission. Instructors may deny permission or revoke written permission. Children cannot enter an activity or lab area where dangerous substances or equipment are stored or in use, unless the children are students enrolled in an applicable class or participating in a special College program. For complete information, please reference College Board Policy Manual Section II.D.2.06 at www.lonestar.edu/policy. Additional information concerning children on campus may be found at www.lonestar.edu/student-community-facilities.
Students with Disability Rights
LSC recognizes and supports the principles set forth in federal and state laws designed to prevent and eliminate discrimination against individuals with disabilities. LSC believes in equal access to educational opportunities for all individuals and is committed to making reasonable accommodations, including furnishing auxiliary aids and services, for individuals with disabilities as required by law. Please review LSC’s Board Policy and Chancellor’s Procedures on Students with Disability Rights (Section VI.D.11) to find more information, including how to request accommodation.
Policy & Procedures: LoneStar.edu/policy
Disability Services: LoneStar.edu/disability-services
The Texas Legislature enacted campus carry by passing Texas Government Code § 411.2031, effective at LSC on August 1, 2017. Texas Government Code § 411.2031, known as the Campus Carry law, amends of the Texas Government Code and Texas Penal Code to allow license holders to carry concealed handguns on college campuses. To carry a concealed handgun on LSC campuses, an individual must have a valid License to Carry issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety. License holders may carry a concealed handgun on or about their person on LSC’s premises except within exclusion zones. LSC students, employees, and visitors on LSC’s premises or at LSC-sponsored or affiliated events are prohibited from openly carrying a handgun-holstered or not-on LSC premises.
LSC has established rules and regulations regarding enforcement of Campus Carry, which are found at LoneStar.edu/WeaponsProcedures. For more information about Campus Carry, visit the LSC Campus Carry website at lonestar.edu/campuscarry.
Anyone may report a visible handgun on LSC’s premises or LSC events by contacting the Lone Star College Police Department at 281-290-5911 from any phone or 5911 from a Lone Star College phone.
LSC complies with the Jeanne Clery Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, Violence Against Women Act of 2013, and the Jacob Wetterling Crimes against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act. Relevant information can be found in the Lone Star College Annual Security Report available online at LoneStar.edu/police
Please review LSC’s Board Policy and Chancellor’s Procedures on Sexual Harassment, Assault, Violence, and Discrimination Process to find more information including how to report a violation to the Title IX Coordinator. Policy & Procedures are found at LoneStar.edu/policy
The police officers of Lone Star College are commissioned peace officers with the State of Texas and have the same law enforcement authority as other police or sheriff’s department. The officers are obligated to enforce all federal, state and local laws. The police department works with state and local police agencies as needed to ensure a safe environment for College students, staff, faculty and visitors. More detailed information is available at LoneStar.edu/police regarding campus safety and security. For 24/7 service, contact the LSC Police at 281-290-5911 (dial 5911 from any campus telephone).
Parking in Student Lots at Lone Star College does not require a permit. Students, employee and visitors may park in the student lots freely as long as they park within stall lines and do not park in designated reserved or handicap areas without the proper permit.
There is also designated employee parking. These areas are clearly marked and reserved for employees only. Parking in these areas requires that a permit be displayed. Employees may obtain an Employee Lot parking permit at no cost at lonestar.edu/parking.
Parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day. Violators are subject to citation. Citations can be resolved at lonestar.edu/parking.
For questions related to parking on campus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LSC Police Department prohibits racial profiling by its officers. The police department actively participates in the state’s required reporting of traffic stop and detention statistics in compliance with state statutes.
Sex Offender Policy
The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 62.153 mandates each person required to register as a sex offender, and who intends to be employed, work with a contractor, or attend classes at Lone Star College, to register with the College’s Police Department at least seven (7) days before reporting to any LSC campus. As part of this registration, the individual must submit information pertinent to his or her offenses, which will be forwarded to the College’s Review Committee for a determination of eligibility for employment, vendor services, or enrollment. A person seeking to be enrolled as a student must first be approved before completing the registration process. Failure to register and receive necessary approval under this section may result in immediate suspension, dismissal, or termination of employment. To begin the review process, an individual must call the LSC Police Department at 281.290.5911.
Sex Offender Data
Information concerning registered sex offenders on any Lone Star campus can be accessed from the Lone Star Police website at LoneStar.edu/sex-offenders