LSC-Montgomery News

  • Since the turn of the century, the Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery has offered intriguing lectures, workshops, and seminars for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community.
  • Fall is right around the corner, and registration is in full swing for the 2014 fall semester at LSC-Montgomery and LSC-Conroe Center.  The 2014 school year will feature new course offerings in live entertainment technology, which has added a video component, automotive technology, and other programs. Classes begin Monday, August 25.

  • The Mainstage Theatre at LSC-Montgomery has been turned into a pop-up storybook as the drama department prepares for its summer musical production of A Year With Frog and Toad. This fun-filled, family musical follows the beloved characters Frog and Toad from the popular children book series of Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel.
  • Dr. Craig Livingston Honored by the Mormon History AssociationLSC-Montgomery history professor, Dr. Craig Livingston, was recently honored when his latest book was awarded the 2014 Best International Book by the Mormon History Association (MHA). Livingston was presented with this distinction – along with a cash prize – at the MHA annual conference in San Antonio last week.
  • Several graduates from Lone Star College-Montgomery’s dynamic music program are taking their education and experience “on the road” as transfer students. Approximately 20 music students from LSC-Montgomery are transferring this fall to four-year universities to complete a bachelor’s degree (or higher) in the music field.
  • A new program at LSC-Montgomery offers an innovative, high-tech look into the human body—one “slice” at a time. The new computed tomography advanced technical certificate program, which builds on the associate of applied science degree in medical radiologic technology, prepares students to operate specialized equipment to produce cross-sectional images—or “slices”—that aide physicians in diagnosing patients.
  • For those wanting to pursue a career in the film and video industry, the live entertainment technology (LET) program at LSC-Montgomery is now offering a curriculum with a concentration in video with integration into live entertainment. The LET-Video component, an addition to the popular LET program, will allow students to learn the basics of shooting and editing video.
  • Graduates of LSC-Montgomery’s physical therapist assistant (PTA) program are entering a vigorous healthcare field, securing high-paying jobs, and setting themselves up for a lifelong career helping others. In fact, Dr. Renee Pruitt, PTA program director at LSC-Montgomery, estimated that 75 percent of physical therapist assistants in the local area are graduates of LSC-Montgomery’s program.
  • LSC-Montgomery's 2014 Discovery College youth camps provide fun, hands-on learning activities to keep children entertained—and informed—this summer. It begins Monday, June 9, through August 7. Courses will be held on a weekly basis, Mondays through Thursdays, with morning and afternoon sessions starting at just $89!   

  • Woodforest National Bank CEO Speaks at LSC-Montgomery. Dr. David Gottlieb, poses with Dr. Austin Lane, president of LSC-Montgomery, and Robert Marling, CEO of Woodforest National Bank following a recent presentation at the college.
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