LSC-Kingwood science faculty took new microscopes and other equipment to the LSC-Atascocita Center. These are crucial items that professors need to successfully teach their chemistry and biology classes.

The Fall 2017 semester at Lone Star College (LSC)-Kingwood started on Sept. 25.
Classes were delayed from their original start date of Aug. 28 due to Hurricane Harvey. The campus sustained extensive damages to six of nine buildings. Because of this, instructional deans, faculty, department office managers, and department office specialists have worked around the clock to convert nearly 600 face-to-face courses to either online or hybrid formats in a matter of weeks.
“While the hurricane damaged our buildings, it did not shake our determination to get students educated,” said Dr. Katherine Persson, LSC-Kingwood president. “Campus personnel pulled together to ensure that students were able to register, pay for and attend classes by Sept. 25.”
The hard work paid off as LSC-Kingwood experienced a seven percent increase in headcount. More than 13,000 students are taking online, in-person and/or hybrid courses in the Student Conference Center and the Music Instructional Building on campus, as well as at the LSC-Atascocita Center, the East Montgomery County Improvement District, LSC-North Harris and LSC-Montgomery. Classes are also held at leased spaces around the community: Farouk Systems, Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital Northeast, Houston Community College-Coleman Campus, First Presbyterian Church of Kingwood, Active Development Therapies, and at the old Sears location in Kingwood.
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