The college campus environment can become stressful due to the importance of your studies and traditions serve to keep you grounded. It's a way for you to connect with your fellow students while immersing yourself in the unique culture of your college. Every school has its own rituals that have been passed down from class to class and Lone Star College-Tomball is no different. The camaraderie and pride that come with these traditions help make the college experience unique. They help you gain much more than just an education. LSC-Tomball is proud of our campus and our traditions. Check out some of LSC-Tomball's traditions below. It's a great time to be a student at LSC-Tomball! Involvement Fair LSC-Tomball's Student Life Office offers students a club rush called, Involvement Fair! Once a semester, clubs and organizations gather around in the commons to recruit new members for the year to make the organization a success! Free food, pizes, music, games, and much more are offered! Don't be afraid to get involved and to join us in this amazing biannual event!
Fall Fest Fall Fest is held the week of or before Halloween. Held in the Southwest Lawn, this event has everything! Free food, games, prizes, dances, and a chance to mingle with your fellow students as well as meet new ones all in a fun, positive, and festive atmosphere! This years Fall Festival was called, "The Last Fall Fest on Earth" with a zombie apocalypse theme with free food, fun, games, and dancing!! Enjoy our video below to see what all the fun was about!
Holiday Fest Holiday Fest is an annual event held every year around the holiday season! The Tomball community and its surrounding areas are all invited to attend this magical holiday family fun event! Enjoy our Happy Holidays from the Office of Student Life below:
Usually held before Spring Break, Spring Fling is LSC-Tomballís spring kick-off celebration. Spring Fling is an annual tradition at LSC-Tomball that brings together students, faculty, and staff for a day of fun and entertainment. The student organizations on campus host activities for those in attendance and the Office of Student Life provides free food, entertainment, rides, and activities. There are also chances to win prizes and giveaways at Spring Fling.
Student Excellence Awards: "A Night of Rising Stars" is the annual theme for LSC-Tomball's Student Excellence Awards. This awards ceremony is held every spring to celebrate the accomplishments of Lone Star College-Tomball's best and brightest! Students are nominated and given awards by faculty and staff in the following categories: Academic Excellence, Community Service, Leadership Service, U.S.A. Academic Team, Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship, Lone Star Leadership College, Service Award, Inkling Contest Awards, Model U.N., Scott Coleman Award, and Founfation Essay Challenge Winner. Each year, over 100 students are recognized.
Trevor's Choice Awards Student organizations are the heart beat of Lone Star College-Tomball. The annual Trevor's Choice Awards is an event hosted by the Office of Student Life. This event is an evening to celebrate the accomplishments of our student organizations and a few individual members who went the extra mile throughout the last year. List of the winners from Trevor's Choice Awards 2012-2013: Unsung Hero Award Shawn Berger Outstanding Program Award Phi Theta Kappa Community Service Award Student Occupational Therapy Association (S.O.T.A.) Spirit Award Cheer Club Emerging Student Organization Japanese Culture & Anime Club (JCAC) Advisor of the Year Stephanie Johnston (S.O.T.A.) Leadership Award Brooke Bettis Outstanding Student Organization Student Occupational Therapy Association (S.O.T.A.)
At LSC-Tomball, we believe that ALL students who participate in student organizations are winners who take in from their experience, have improved their leadership and communication skills, time and priority skills, and make friendships that will last a lifetime! Trevor's Choice Awards is an opportunity to recognize the student organizations and their advisors who have made a huge impact on the student body and/ or community. Nominations are accepted each year for the following categories: