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& Technical Education Fall 2020
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9191 Barker Cypress Road 250 N. Sam Houston Parkway E. 20000 Kingwood Drive
Cypress, TX 77433-1383 Houston, TX 77060-2009 Kingwood, TX 77339-3801
281.290.3200 • CE: 281.290.3460 281.260.3501 281.312.1600 • CE: 281.312.1660
CE Hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (M-Th) CE Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (M-F) CE Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (M,T,F)
8 a.m.-5 p.m. (F) Contact LSC-North Harris 5-7 p.m. (M-Th) 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (W-Th)/ 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (Sa)
3200 College Park Drive 2700 W.W. Thorne Drive 30555 Tomball Parkway
Conroe, TX 77384-4500 Houston, TX 77073-3499 Tomball, TX 77375-4096
Local: 936.273.7000/Metro: 936.321.5161 281.618.5400 • CE: 281.618.5602 281.351.3300 • CE: 281.357.3676
CE: 936.273.7446 CE Hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (M-Th) CE Hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (M-Th)
CE Hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (M-Th) 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (F) 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (F)
8 a.m.-5 p.m. (F)
Houston, TX 77070-2607 3232 College Park Drive 20515 TX 249 (at Louetta)
281.290.2600 • CE: 281.290.2601 The Woodlands, TX 77384-4500 Houston, TX 77070-2607
CE Hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (M-Th) 936.273.7510 281.290.2601
8 a.m.-5 p.m. (F)
CE classes are also available at LSC satellite centers. Contact and location information for centers is available starting on page 75

Welcome to
Lone Star College!
Now is the time to get started on your future! We want to be your next step into an
exciting career. Whether you want to train for a new career or take classes to enhance
your current skill set, Lone Star College is committed to making your training affordable
and accessible

In most cases, no college application or prior testing is required. Class start dates are
available throughout the year. With seven comprehensive colleges located across the
Houston region from Montgomery to Katy there is a campus close to you for your workforce
training needs

Inside this Lone Star College Career & Technical Education (CTE) schedule, you will find the
information you need for high-demand careers in Arts, Humanities, Communication & Design;
Business & Professional Services; Computer/Digital Technology; Energy, Manufacturing &
Construction; Health Sciences; Public Safety & Human/Consumer Services; and Social/
Behavioral Sciences & Education. If you don’t know where to begin or would like to speak
to a workforce advisor, call a campus location today (phone numbers for staff are listed by
campus on the inside cover)

We are proud to serve the needs of our growing industry and community. Thank you for
choosing Lone Star College!
Linda L. Head
Senior Associate Vice Chancellor,
Division of External & Employer Relations
Lone Star College
Lone Star College Board of Trustees
Michael Stoma, District 1
Ernestine M. Pierce, District 2
Alton Smith, Ed.D., Chair, District 3
Art Murillo, Secretary, District 4
David A. Vogt, District 5
Myriam Saldívar, Vice Chair, District 6
Linda S. Good, Assistant Secretary, District 7
Mike Sullivan, District 8
Ken E. Lloyd, District 9
Stephen C. Head, Ph.D., LSC Chancellor
Lone Star College S M T W
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2020 Calendar 5 6 7 8
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Important Dates Fall 2020
View other dates online:
Apr. 15 Registration begins**
Spring 2020 Aug. 15 Payment due Registration
Jan. 4 Payment due Aug. 24 Fall classes begin Tuition Payments
Jan. 13 Spring classes begin Dec. 4 Payment due (Winter mini-mester) SAP Submission
Mar. 23 Online Classes Resume (that Dec. 7–13 Fall 2020 Final Exams Refunds/Drop
started prior to Spring Break)** Dec. 13 End of semester Final Exams
Mar. 23–Apr. 30 Additional Closure Dec. 14 Winter mini-mester begins
(Offices Closed)** Jan. 3 3-week mini-mester ends
Apr. 13 All Remaining Classes Resume** Jan. 10 4-week mini-mester ends
Apr. 13 All 8-Week Classes Begin** Dates subject to change. Visit the website for the
May 4 All Employees Return to Campus most current information

(Offices Open)** College Holidays
May 22 End of semester** 2020
May 22 All 8-Week Classes End** Jan. 20 MLK holiday
Summer 2020 Mar. 9–22 Spring Break**
Mar. 2 Registration begins Apr. 10–12 Spring holiday Updated: 3.31.20
May 1 Payment due (May mini-mester) May 23–25 Memorial Day holiday
May 11 May mini-mester begins July 2–5 Independence Day holiday
(online only)** Sept. 5–7 Labor Day holiday ** Date changed due to Coronavirus pandemic

May 22 Payment due (Summer 2020) Nov. 25–29 Thanksgiving holiday Updated March 2020
May 31 3-week mini-mester ends Dec. 25 Winter mini-mester holiday
Dec. 21–Jan. 1 Winter holiday Please note: Which classes will be moved online and
June 1 Summer I classes begin
which will remain face-to-face will be shared with
June 7 4-week mini-mester ends Jan. 1 Winter mini-mester holiday
students by April 13. All decisions will be made with
July 7 Summer I classes end each student's health and academic success in mind

July 9 Summer II classes begin 2021
Aug. 16 Summer II classes end Jan. 18 MLK holiday
2020-2021 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 POLICIES &
How to Read the Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
General Information
Definition of Terms & Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Registering for Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Program & Course Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 30
Career & Technical Education Programs
Arts, Humanities, Communication & Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 & CONSTRUCTION
Business & Professional Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Computer/Digital Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Energy, Manufacturing & Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Health Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
38 Public Safety & Human/Consumer Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Social/Behavioral Sciences & Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Industry Certification & Exam Prep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Continuing Education Programs
GED Test Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
English for Speakers of Other Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Leisure Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
67 Online Education
(LSC-Online, Ed2Go) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
ONLINE Programs of Study Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Campuses & Contact Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
LSC Locations Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
This catalog has been carefully prepared to ensure that all information is accurate; however, Lone Star College reserves the right to make changes

This may result in deviations from the published catalog, including tuition and fees. For the most up-to-date course catalog, please visit

The diagrams below explains how to read the course listings in this catalog. You will need this information to register for classes,
either in person at a Lone Star College campus or online at Courses proceeded by a link symbol are linked
to a credit course (see page 85). If you have questions about a class, contact the Lone Star College campus where the class is
offered. Course offerings are listed by Program Certificate order

COURSE AutoCAD, Introduction
SUBJECT DFTGC 2101401 32 Contact Hours $536
Topics include CAD equipment selection and interface; software selection
and installation; creating, editing and plotting of line drawings for
CATALOG architectural, electrical, circuit, mechanical, or interior design; create/
modify graphic elements, storing and retrieving predefined components;
and adding text and dimensions

3162 DFTGC 2101401 5002 MW 8/24-9/21 6 pm-10 pm HSC1 120 BUILDING/
For information email [email protected]. Instruction Type: Online ROOM#
COURSE •• Accounting I, Intermediate
ACNTC 2200301 80 Contact Hours $325
Critical analysis of generally accepted accounting principles, concepts,
and theory underlying the preparation of financial statements

Emphasis on current theory and practice. Primary concern is with asset
measurement and income determination. This course is linked to ACNT
2303. Prerequisite: ACCT 2401

4562 ACNTC 2200301 1001 8/24-12/13
Department consent required. Contact the CE office at a LSC campus to register. Instruction
Type: Online
A $21 Infrastructure fee per semester applies to all students. •• Linked with a credit course. See page 6 for requirements

Corporate College/Career & Technical Education
General Information
General Information
Inside this Lone Star College Career & Technical Education (CTE) schedule, Given instructor and director approval, work must be completed according to
you will find information about fast track certificates and industry certification. the timelines stipulated by the instructor but no later than the end of the next
Lone Star College offers credit associate degrees, certificates, and fast track semester with a similar class time and day availability. Failure to complete the
certificates. Go to for more information. work within the specified time will result in a grade of N. A student should not
register again for a course in which a mark of I has been given. If the student
Fast Track Certificates registers for the course the I will change to a grade of N. No-shows to a course
Fast Track, non-credit programs provide industry training which result in a or unexcused absences are not acceptable reasons to be given a grade of I and
workforce certificate. They are designed for quick entry into the workforce. will be issued an N

Industry Certification Computer System Availability
Select industry certifications prepare a student for state, national, or global Lone Star College recognizes the value technology adds to teaching and
industry recognized credentials. learning, and built a robust and stable infrastructure to support it. Because
regular maintenance of computer systems is critical to their performance and
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) efficiency, planned downtimes are normally performed after-hours to minimize
One CEU is 10 contact hours of successful completion of a continuing education disruption to faculty, students and staff. Advanced notice of the scheduled
course. CEUs are recognized internationally as a measure of substantive maintenance is distributed in many ways and provides information on the
professional education and training. services impacted with estimated start and end times. Users are encouraged
Instruction Types to note these communications and plan accordingly. Contact the Service Desk
The instruction type for all classes is ‘In Person’ unless otherwise noted. at 832.813.6600 or [email protected] for updates. If you need access to
computers to complete coursework, there is a campus lab free to LSC students,
• IN PERSON: face-to-face instruction attended on-campus in a with a student ID card

classroom setting

Emergency Closing/Inclement Weather
• ONLINE: complete class in a 100% virtual setting. Access your online
In the event of inclement weather or emergency closing, the location
class at

executive officer or designee may cancel all or some of the college classes

• HYBRID: a combination of in-person instruction with computer, internet, Generally, such decisions will be made between 5:30 and 6 a.m. for day
paper, or online learning features. 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
Linked Courses canceled. The closing announcement will be made on local radio/television
Linked courses are designated by a symbol in the class schedule. If a
stations or on our website at If a student or employee believes
CE linked course was taken from 2005 to present, it can be articulated if it
that weather conditions will put them in danger or at risk, they should follow
is linked to credit courses. These classes may last the entire semester or any
all safety precautions

portion thereof. Students who register for these classes are enrolled in the
same section as credit hour (SCH) students and must meet all prerequisites Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
and instructor requirements. Students who wish to receive credit hours must The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), also known as the
complete a Prior Learning Assessment by CE-Credit Articulation form and Buckley Amendment, was established to protect the privacy rights of all students
petition for credit. For details, go to or see an advisor. and applies to any educational facility receiving federal funds

POLICIES & PROCEDURES The Act prevents the release of certain information held within student
educational records. Information is provided on the LSC website for individuals
Student Rights and Responsibilities seeking student records and for staff seeking information on FERPA regulations
Information on some student rights and responsibilities are included below. For and how to properly manage student records. For more information, go to
additional information, please refer to the LSC Board Policy Manual. If there is

any conflict between the LSC Board Policy and this course schedule, the LSC Notice of Non-discrimination
Board Policy will govern. The information set forth in this course schedule is
Lone Star College maintains a work and academic environment that is free
intended to be informational and not contractual in nature. LSC reserves and
from discriminatory actions based on race, color, sex, gender identity, age,
retains the right to amend, alter, change, delete or modify any of the provisions
sexual orientation, religion, ethnic or national origin, disability, veterans’
of this course schedule at any time or in any manner that the administration or
status, or any other protected status, and free of sexual discrimination, which
the LSC Board of Trustees deems to be in the best interest of LSC. The information
includes sexual harassment and sexual violence. Unlawful discrimination and
stated herein is for the students benefit and assistance. The administration of LSC
sexual discrimination by officers, managers, faculty, supervisors, employees,
reserves the right to act as final interpreter of this course schedule. Additionally,
students, advisors, vendors, clientele, and contractors will not be tolerated

LSC reserves the right to change, without prior notice, tuition, fees, requirements
Persons who violate the College's non-discrimination Policy are subject to
and regulations, as obligated by district or legislative action and as allowed
disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment, expulsion
by law. LSC cannot guarantee that courses listed in this course schedule will be
and/or termination of the contractual relationship

offered in any given term or year at any college. Registration for a particular
section or course will be permitted only until available classroom space or The following employee has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the
facilities have been filled. LSC reserves the right to cancel any course or section non-discrimination policies:
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 Chief Human Resources Officer, Equal Opportunity Officer, Title IX Investigator
appointment with the Chief Student Services Officer (CSSO). 5000 Research Forest Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77381
Class Cancellations 832.813.6235

Although CTE personnel will contact students at least three days in advance,
in the event a class is canceled, it is the student’s responsibility to check Inquiries may also be directed to the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of
his/her class status before attending. Students can check their class status Education

by calling their campus or going to to open their
schedule of classes

Communication Policy & Procedures:
All official communication from Lone Star College to its students is delivered Disability Services:
through its web portal system, myLoneStar, and the Lone Star College provided CE Resources:
email accounts, [email protected]

General Information
General Information
Age Guidelines Students with Disability Rights
CTE classes are designed to serve adult learners. The College offers CTE LSC recognizes and supports the principles set forth in federal and state
courses for dual credit students, who are typically not adult learners. Students laws designed to prevent and eliminate discrimination against individuals
who are aged 15 and under must have written parental permission to attend a with disabilities. LSC believes in equal access to educational opportunities
class. Refer to LSC Board Policy Manual (Section II.D.2.02) on age guidelines. for all individuals and is committed to making reasonable accommodations,
including furnishing auxiliary aids and services, for individuals with
Minors on College Premises
Lone Star College is a community college system that embraces our communities disabilities as required by law. Please review LSC’s Board Policy and
and welcomes residents of all ages. All minors on campus are subject to all LSC Chancellor’s Procedures on Students with Disability Rights (Section VI.D.11)
policies and procedures. In order to provide for the safety of all children, an to find more information, including how to request accommodation

Authorized Responsible Adult (parents, legal guardians, or an adult authorized
by a parent or legal guardian) must supervise Minors (persons aged 15 and Refunds
under) on College premises, unless the Minor is participating in a College Students must officially withdraw three business days before class begins to
class, program, or event. This means that Authorized Responsible Adults do receive a refund. Otherwise, no refund will be given. Membership fees are
not have to accompany Minors while they are participating in the College nonrefundable. Lab fees are nonrefundable. If you receive a refund check in
class, program, or event, but must be present to monitor the Minors’ activities error, please contact your nearest CE office

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 Returned Checks
guardian. The Authorized Responsible Adult must be immediately available in There is a $30 charge plus applicable fees for returned checks. Checks returned
an emergency situation. The College does not staff its campuses with nurses, unpaid must be promptly redeemed by cash or money order, or registration will
infirmaries, or other medical care facilities. The Authorized Responsible Adult
be canceled and all records withheld

must bring and dispense medications, provide minor medical care, or respond
to a call indicating the Minor is ill. Board Policy Section II.D.2.01. states that
Campus Carry
the Board must approve a variance to this policy. Minors not participating
The Texas Legislature enacted campus carry by passing Senate Bill 11, effective
in a College class, program, or event are prohibited from entering or using
at LSC on August 1, 2017. Senate Bill 11, known as the Campus Carry Law,
computer labs, science labs, physical fitness facilities, storage rooms, equipment
amends of the Texas Government Code and Texas Penal Code to allow
rooms, outdoor water features, or outdoor athletic facilities unless they are given
license holders to carry concealed handguns on college campuses. To carry a
express written permission from the appropriate college president or designee

concealed handgun on LSC campuses, an individual must have a valid License
For complete information, please reference College Board Policy Manual
to Carry issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety

Section II.D.2. at

LSC has established rules and regulations regarding enforcement of Campus
LSC campuses with a Harris County Public Library (HCPL) operating on
Carry, which are found at Lone Star College
the college campus will comply with HCPL regulations regarding children
prohibits concealed carry in some areas of LSC campuses. For more information
in the library

about Campus Carry, visit the LSC Campus Carry website at
Dual-credit and other similar programs are governed by the applicable CampusCarry

agreement between LSC and the independent school district or other secondary
education institution. Students participating in a LSC approved program must Clery Act
abide by the requirements specified in the agreement. If the agreement does LSC complies with the Jeanne Clery Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics
not specify supervision requirements, then the College’s policy and procedures Act, Violence Against Women Act of 2013, and the Jacob Wetterling Crimes
of supervision apply. against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act. Relevant
information can be found in the Lone Star College Annual Security Report
Students’ Children on College Premises available online at

College students’ children may not enter the classroom, even for brief visits,
Please review LSC’s Board Policy and Chancellor’s Procedures on Sexual
without the instructor’s prior express written permission. Instructors may deny
Harassment, Assault, Violence, and Discrimination Process to find more
permission or revoke written permission. Children cannot enter an activity or
information including how to report a violation to the Title IX Coordinator. Policy
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 & Procedures are found at

special College program. For complete information, please reference College
Board Policy Manual Section II.D.2.06 at Additional College Police
information concerning children on campus may be found at The police officers of Lone Star College are commissioned peace officers with
Student-Community-Facilities. the State of Texas and have the same law enforcement authority within the
College’s jurisdiction as other police or sheriff’s department. The officers are
obligated to enforce all federal, state and local laws, in addition to College
Health Notice and Immunization
policies. The police department works with state and local police agencies as
Students in programs that require immunizations must submit proof of such
needed to ensure a safe environment for college students, staff, faculty and

visitors. More detailed information is available at regarding
campus safety and security. Contact the LSC police at 281.290.5911 (dial 5911
State Licensure Eligibility
from any campus telephone)

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 programs Parking
who may have a criminal background, please be advised that the background All faculty and staff at Lone Star College who operate a vehicle on College
check results could keep you from being licensed by the State of Texas or other property do not need a parking pass to park at Lone Star Campuses except for
licensing agencies required to obtain employment. If a student has a question in specifically marked faculty and staff spaces. Students do not need a parking
about his or her background and licensure, please speak with the appropriate pass and are not permitted to park in faculty/staff or reserved parking. You
department chair, program director, or person listed on the program website. will be ticketed. The College reserves the right to require proof of ownership of
Students also have the right to request a criminal history evaluation letter from the vehicle being registered. For more information, go to,
the applicable licensing agency. call 281.765.7836 or email [email protected]. Current permits must be
properly displayed on vehicles at all times. Violators may be subject to a citation

Corporate College/Career & Technical Education
General Information
General Information
Racial Profiling
The LSC Police Department prohibits racial profiling by its officers. The police
department actively participates in the state’s required reporting of traffic stop CONVICTION
and detention statistics in compliance with state statutes

Notice of Potential Ineligibility for License1
If you are applying for admission to a College program or enrolling in a College
Sex Offender Policy program that may prepare you for an initial occupational license2 issued by
The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 62.153 mandates each person
a Licensing authority and/or if you later decide to change to a program that
required to register as a sex offender, and who intends to be employed, work with
prepares you for an occupational license, please be advised of the following:
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. 1. An individual who has been convicted of an offense may be ineligible
As part of this registration, the individual must submit information pertinent to for issuance of an occupational license upon completion of the educational
his or her offenses, which will be forwarded to the College’s Review Committee program

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 2. Licensing authorities that issue an occupational license to an individual
completing the registration process. Failure to register and receive necessary who completes the educational program issue guidelines stating the reasons a
approval under this section may result in immediate suspension, dismissal, or particular crime is considered to relate to a particular occupational license and
termination of employment. To begin the review process, an individual must call any other criterion that affects the decisions of the licensing authority

the LSC Police Department at 281.290.5911

3. A state licensing authority that issues guidelines files those guidelines with the
Sex Offender Data secretary of state for publication in the Texas Register

Information concerning registered sex offenders on any Lone Star campus
can be accessed from the Lone Star Police website at: 4. Local or county licensing authorities that issue an occupational license to
Offenders. 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
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT countrywide circulation in that county

Lone Star College is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education
5. Applicants should contact their respective local or county licensing authority
and employment. Lone Star College does not discriminate on the basis of race,
for more details

color, sex, gender identity, gender expression, religion, disability, age, veteran
status, sexual orientation, nationality or ethnicity genetic information or any 6. An individual may request a criminal history evaluation letter regarding the
other protected status in its programs and activities. personal eligibility for a license issued by a licensing authority as required by
The LSC Executive Director, Compliance Education/Training is designated as Texas Occupation Code § 53.102

the LSC Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator for employees. The
LSC Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Success, is designated as the Title IX All applicants to and enrollees are encouraged to review all applicable eligibility
Coordinator for students. requirements related to the respective occupational license. Questions related to
eligibility requirements should be directed to the applicable licensing authority

All employee inquiries concerning LSC policies, compliance with applicable
laws, statutes, and regulations (such as Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504), and Footnotes
complaints may be directed to: 1

Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 53.152
Karen Miner 2

“Occupational license” means a license, certificate, registration, permit, or
Executive Director, Compliance Education/Training other form of authorization required by law or rule that must be obtained by
Title IX Coordinator
an individual to engage in a particular business or occupation. Tex. Occ

5000 Research Forest Drive
Code Ann. § 58.001

The Woodlands, TX 77381
832.813.6614 3

“Licensing authority” means a state agency or political subdivision that
[email protected] issues an occupational license. Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 58.001

The LSC Executive Director, Compliance Education/Training is designated as
the LSC Title IX Coordinator for students. All student 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:
Karen Miner
Executive Director, Compliance Education/Training
Title IX Coordinator
5000 Research Forest Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77381
[email protected]
Inquiries about the laws and compliance may also be directed to the Office for
Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education. For further information, visit
for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area or call

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 Lone Star College HELPDESK is available 24/7
administration members who will reflect the core values and cultural beliefs of 832.813.6600
Lone Star College and meet with needs of students and the community

General Information
General Information
After you have successfully logged into your Lone Star College student
LSC offers many possibilities for enriching careers and personal lives. The account, you will see the “Student Homepage,” with the “Manage Classes”
Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses listed in this schedule are portal option. Click on “Manage Classes” and choose “Class Search and
designed to provide you with courses and certificates that prepare you Enroll”

for your next career or to advance in your current position. Community
Education courses provide personal enrichment. Next, enter keyword(s) e.g. Course Title, Subject, Class Topic and hit search

There are four different ways to "Get Started":
1. Online
2. In-Person
3. Email
4. Phone
Meet with an Advisor
Advisors are available to help you make informed decisions about your
career path. We can assist you in scheduling your courses for a specific
program certificate or answer any questions you may have regarding
the program schedule. Advisors are also available to assist you with
registration and providing financial aid options

Prerequisites If you would like more detail on a specific class, review the panel to the
Some programs and courses require documentation or coursework prior to left side of your screen and click on the specific details you are looking for

enrollment. Advisors will assist you with that information upon registration

You can find classes by searching through this catalog or by searching Once you have decided on a class you would like to register for, click on
online. Classes are listed by program subject, which are part of the index. your selection. Next, find and click on the class details for the offering that
best fits your schedule

Apply and Register for your Career Online
Getting Started! Follow steps 1 through 3 as provided to complete enrollment. Make sure the
1. Apply for New User Account. class section fits your schedule and click ”Submit”

2. Register for classes

Once submitted, it may take a few minutes. Note the icon in the upper
New User Application right corner of the page indicates that your request is processing. After that,
New Students will need to create a temporary username, password, print the Registration Confirmation page

and provide an up-to-date email address to create an account. After
Follow provided directions to complete payment for your classes

completing form, Click “Create Account” for the next steps. Fill out the
application form, certify, and click on “Submit,” at the bottom of page

If you abandon this transaction without paying once initiated, you will be
Once the validation process is complete you will receive a confirmation
dropped from the class. You have 15 minutes to complete the transaction

notice to your provided email

Your LSC Student ID will be issued with further login and registration To Register at Campus
instructions. Check your email for official login notice to use move forward Use the Career and Technical Education/Corporate College Registration
with registration. form provided in this course catalog and schedule. If registering at a
If you are a current Credit student, you will need to apply through the campus, complete the registration form and take it to your nearest Lone Star
“New Student” application form at and wait for your College campus. Don’t worry if you have blanks left on the form or have
confirmation email. questions. Advisors are available to help you through this process

Add/Drop Classes
You can add a class as long as this is done before the class is scheduled to
begin. If you wish to drop a class and receive a full refund, you must drop
the class three business days before the class is scheduled to begin. If a
drop is not made before three business days, there will be no refund. Lab
fees are nonrefundable. Students cannot drop a CTE class online

Tuition and Fees
An infrastructure fee of $21 is assessed per semester. This fee does not apply
to online courses. Additional fees apply to some programs and courses

Fees are subject to change and some may change after the printing of this

Course Availability
Some courses are offered only in selected semesters and are not
available every semester. Please see course schedule for details, or go to
Steps for Online Registration
Class enrollment is through the myLoneStar portal. Students, will be

directed to the page to login

Once logged into your student account, please double check “Tasks.”
There may be Holds on your account preventing you to move forward. For
assistance, please call 832.813.6600

Corporate College/Career & Technical Education
General Information
General Information
FOR CLASSES Student Talent Acquisition Services
Lone Star College
CONTACT has a number
TUITION of ways to assist with your career CAMPUS
EXAM search

Payment Methods First, our campus Career Services staff can help youFEES
determine which career
Credit card or electronic check payment is required when registering online. is right for you, then match that with the correct degree or certificate program
Accepted credit cards include American Express, Discover, MasterCard or to prepare you with the right skills and knowledge. When you complete your
Visa. If you register in person, credit cards and cash are accepted. We also certification you should contact our Student Talent Acquisition Center that
accept money orders and checks. Please make payable to Lone Star College. offers online services and in person job fairs to connect you to Houston area
Payment is due at time of registration. employers. Please visit or
Fairs online and select the Career Star icon, or call 281.401.5358

Students must officially withdraw three business days before class begins to LSC Disability Services Office (DSO)
receive a refund. Otherwise, no refund will be given. Membership fees are Lone Star College is dedicated to providing access and services in compliance with
nonrefundable. Lab fees are nonrefundable. If you receive a refund check in the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Support
error, please contact your nearest CE office. services for students with disabilities are provided on an individual basis. Requests for
services must be made through the Disability Services Office. For contact information
Returned Checks and next steps, please visit the LSC Disability Services website at
There is a $30 charge plus applicable fees for returned checks. Checks returned Disability-Services

unpaid must be promptly redeemed by cash or money order, or registration will
be canceled and all records withheld. Senior Adult – Academy For Lifelong Learning
Individuals must be age 50+ in order to participate in the classes, which
Need Financial Assistance? are held during the spring and fall semesters. For more information, call Pat
Chandler at 281.312.1749 or email [email protected]

Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)
This funding is available based on an applicant’s eligibility and financial need. Youth Programs
Many workforce certificate courses are eligible for TPEG funding until funds are Lone Star College offers summer camps and occasionally courses throughout
depleted. Call your local Lone Star College CE office for more information. Go the year that provide youth an opportunity to enhance existing talents or
to (school code 011145) to complete the Free Application develop new ones through a variety of classes in age-appropriate groups

for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application. A CTE Advisor on campus can get For more information contact the Lone Star College CTE office near you or the
you started today. online catalog at

WIOA/Workforce Program
Some certificate programs are certified through the Workforce Innovation
and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Contact Zena Williams at 281.290.3660 or
Zena.William[email protected] to determine if you qualify for paid job training

Who should I contact to learn more about high-demand careers?
Contact your campus CTE Advisor for your next steps. Go to
Funding opportunities include tuition, fees, books, and other required materials,
for a list of campus contact resources, or contact details are listed on the inside
if you qualify

cover of this course catalog and schedule

Veterans Advising & Financial Services
Students using Military/Veteran Education Benefits must meet with a Campus How can I obtain professional development credits? Contact a business
Veteran Liaison/Advisor prior to enrolling. The Campus Liaison/Advisors will consultant for the latest professional development opportunities. Visit LoneStar

assist you with your degree plan and ensure your classes are eligible for edu/CorporateCollege for more information

Military/Veteran Education benefits. Visit or
call 281.290.2922. What if I move or change my phone number? Go to
and select CE Student Center to update your personal information or call the
Other Financial Opportunities campus CTE office

Occasionally, other funders of financial assistance become available

Will I be required to pay out of district fees for CTE courses? Continuing
Education courses do not require out of district fees. All fees are assessed at the
CTE STUDENT SERVICES time of registration

CTE Offices:
What is the tuition/fees refund policy? Students must officially withdraw
LSC-CyFair 281.290.3460 three business days before class begins to receive a refund. Otherwise,
no refund will be given. Membership fees are nonrefundable. Lab fees are
LSC-Houston North Greenspoint 281.260.3501
nonrefundable. If you receive a refund check in error, please contact your
LSC-Kingwood 281.312.1660 nearest CE office

LSC-Montgomery 936.273.7446 Do I need a High School Diploma or GED to obtain a Work Force/
LSC-North Harris 281.618.5602 Fast Track Certificate? Some Work Force/Fast Track Certificates will require
a High School Diploma or GED diploma. Please check
LSC-Tomball 281.357.3676 for specifics
LSC-University Park 281.290.2601
Do I need an LSC student ID card? All CTE students are eligible for IDs

Students registered in healthcare programs must get a photo ID within the first
Library Services week of class. All students who are requesting to get their ID card, will need to
The mission of the LSC libraries is to support a successful educational show proof of identification or class schedule

experience, nurture the intellectual and cultural life of the community,
encourage critical thought, promote information literacy, and provide Do I need a meningitis vaccine? Some students may require the meningitis
innovative and high-quality services and programs. Student ID card required. vaccination. For more information, visit Most CTE
For more information, visit students will not require a meningitis vaccine. Specific immunization list exists
for fast track healthcare programs

This catalog has been carefully prepared to ensure that all information is accurate; however, Lone Star College reserves the right to make changes. This may result in deviations from the …

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