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LSC-CyFair May 2014 Mini-Mester

The following is helpful information for enrolling in the May Mini-Mester.

Admissions – Applying to Lone Star College

All students applying for the Summer Mini-Mester must follow Lone Star College admissions guidelines. Please click here for more information.

Academic Advisement

Lone Star College-CyFair encourages all students to participate in academic advisement throughout their tenure here. The Academic Advisement process includes meeting with a counselor or advisor to choose courses and make appropriate decisions concerning students’ academic goals. Please click here for more information.

The Counseling Services staff is available year round to guide students regarding prerequisites, course transferability, career choices, and many other aspects that concern student development. Please click here for more information.

Registration

View the detailed registration schedule on our Academic Calendar.

Dates

Registration begins March 5, 2014
Classes begin May 12, 2014
Last day to register/pay is May 9, 2014

May Mini-Mester 2014
Dates Classes Meet
March 5 Registration begins (May Mini-Mester and Summer)
May 9 Last day to register/pay for May Mini-Mester
May 12 - June 1 3 Week Mini-Term
May 12 - June 8 4 Week Mini-Term
May 24 - 26 Memorial Day Holiday
May 27 “W” Day for 3 Week Mini-Term
June 2 “W” Day for 4 Week Mini-Term

Student Load and Overload

An overload is defined as attempting more than 18 credit hours in the fall or spring terms. An overload during any term must be approved by the academic vice president or designee. A student may take only one course during the Mini-Mester.

Class Schedules

On Campus May 2014 Mini Classes

3-Week
Start Date: 05/12/2014 – End Date 06/01/2014

Subject Catalog Section Class Num. Course Title
ARTS 1301 5001 4759 Art Appreciation
ARTS 1301 F003 5740 Art Appreciation
ECON 2302 5001 3443 Micro-Economics
ENGL 0309 5001 3099 Adv Dev Reading/Writing
ENGL 1301 5001 3369 Comp & Rhetoric I
ENGL 1301 5002 3370 Comp & Rhetoric I
ENGL 1302 5001 3390 Comp & Rhetoric II
ENGL 1302 5002 3391 Comp & Rhetoric II
ENGL 2322 F001 5639 Brit Lit Anglo-Saxon 18th Cen
GOVT 2305 5001 2328 Federal Government
GOVT 2305 5002 2329 Federal Government
GOVT 2305 5003 2330 Federal Government
GOVT 2305 5004 2331 Federal Government
GOVT 2305 F001 5647 Federal Government
GOVT 2306 5001 2368 Texas Government
GOVT 2306 5002 2371 Texas Government
HIST 1301 5001 2558 US History to 1877
HIST 1301 5002 2560 US History to 1877
HIST 1301 5003 2563 US History to 1877
HIST 1301 5004 2561 US History to 1877
HIST 1302 5001 2607 US History Since 1877
HIST 1302 5002 2608 US History Since 1877
HIST 1302 5003 2609 US History Since 1877
HIST 1302 5004 2610 US History Since 1877
HUMA 1301 5001 3101 HUMA I: Prehistory to Gothic
HUMD 0330 5001 2941 Coll Success Crs: 1st Yr Exp
MATH 0306 5001 2880 Pre-Algebra Math
MATH 0306 5003 2882 Pre-Algebra Math
MATH 0306 5005 2884 Pre-Algebra Math
MATH 0308 5001 2886 Intro Algebra
MATH 0308 5003 2888 Intro Algebra
MATH 0308 5005 2890 Intro Algebra
MATH 0310 5001 2872 Inter Algebra
MATH 0310 5003 2874 Inter Algebra
MATH 0310 5005 2876 Inter Algebra
MATH 0310 5007 2878 Inter Algebra
MATH 1314 5001 3839 College Algebra
MATH 1314 5002 3840 College Algebra
MATH 1314 Y001 5809 College Algebra
MATH 1316 5001 3859 Trigonometry
MATH 1324 5001 3866 Finite Mathematics
MATH 1325 5001 3871 Elements/Calculus
MATH 1342 5001 3894 Statistics
MUSI 1306 5001 4820 Music Appreciation
PHIL 1301 5001 3205 Intro to Phil
PHIL 1301 F001 5727 Intro to Phil
PHIL 2303 5001 3220 Intro to Formal Logic
PSYC 2301 5001 2108 General Psychology
PSYC 2301 5002 2109 General Psychology
PSYC 2314 5001 2110 Life-Growth/Devel
PSYC 2317 5001 2111 Basic Statistics
SOCI 1301 5001 2124 Prin of Sociology
SPCH 1311 5001 3326 Intro to Communication
SPCH 1311 F001 5736 Intro to Communication
SPCH 1315 5001 3338 Public Speaking
SPCH 1318 5001 3345 Interpersonal Comm
ENGL 0308 F001 5546 Language Skills*
ENGL 0308 F001 5546 Language Skills*
ENGL 0308 F001 5546 Language Skills*
ENGL 0308 5035 3317 Adv Dev Reading/Writing*

* Hybrid Class

Online May 2014 Mini Classes

3 Week
Start Date: 05/12/2014 – End Date 06/01/2014

Subject Catalog Section Class Num. Course Title
ARTS 1301 5002 4760 Art Appreciation
BIOL 1322 5001 3455 Nutrition
BIOL 1322 5001 3455 Nutrition
BIOL 1322 F001 5511 Nutrition
BIOL 1322 F001 5511 Nutrition
BIOL 1322 Y001 5743 Nutrition
ENGL 1301 F001 5594 Comp & Rhetoric I
ENGL 1301 Y001 5763 Comp & Rhetoric I
ENGL 1302 F001 5624 Comp & Rhetoric II
ENGL 2311 5001 3402 Technical Comm
GEOG 1303 F001 5641 World Geography
GOVT 2305 5005 2332 Federal Government
GOVT 2306 5003 2374 Texas Government
GOVT 2306 F001 5656 Texas Government
HIST 1301 5005 2562 US History to 1877
HIST 1301 F001 5671 US History to 1877
HIST 1302 5005 2611 US History Since 1877
HIST 1302 F001 5676 US History Since 1877
HIST 2301 F001 5682 Texas History
KINE 1304 5002 1890 Personal Health
MATH 1314 F001 5718 College Algebra
PSYC 2301 F001 5730 General Psychology
SOCI 1301 5002 2125 Prin of Sociology
SPCH 1311 5002 3327 Intro to Communication
SPCH 1318 5002 3346 Interpersonal Comm
SPCH 1318 5003 3347 Interpersonal Comm
SPCH 1318 F001 5738 Interpersonal Comm
SPCH 1321 5001 3356 Business and Prof Comm

Online May 2014 Mini Classes

4 Week
Start Date: 05/12/2014 – End Date 06/08/2014

Subject Catalog Section Class Num. Course Title
BCIS 1405 5001 5059 Business Computer Apps
COSC 1401 5001 5093 Intro to Computers
COSC 1401 5019 7715 Intro to Computers

Tuition

Payment for early registration for the Mini-Mester tuition and fees is due in FULL by May 2, 2014. After this date, payment is due upon registration. Mini-Mester and Summer classes are NOT eligible for a payment plan.

Credit Hours Resident of District1 Out-of-District2 International/Out-of-State3
1 $88 $158 $248
2 $144 $284 $314
3 $200 $410 $455
4 $256 $536 $596

Things to know for using your Financial Aid for Mini-Mester:

  • You must have a completed 2013-2014 financial aid file to establish eligibility.
  • Transient students will not be eligible for Mini-Mester aid. Students must be enrolled as a full year, Fall only, or Spring only student.
  • You must be making satisfactory academic progress. Click here to view the written standards.
  • If you are awarded financial aid for Summer 2014, your Mini-Mester charges will be applied to your Summer 2014 semester chages, so long as your award is approved prior to May 2, 2014. 
  • Please Note: SAP will not be run until May 15, therefore if you are not meeting SAP your aid may be cancelled and you will be responsible for payment.
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