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Lee College Athletics reaches goal of donating 20,000 canned goods to community
Student-athletes joined by Lee High School Interact Club for latest donation of 1,300 items BAYTOWN, TX — With Thanksgiving approaching and many local families in need of help to fill their cabinets and pantries, Lee College basketball and volleyball student-athletes partnered with the Robert E. Lee High School Interact Club last week to donate 1,300 … Continue reading Lee College Athletics reaches goal of donating 20,000 canned goods to community
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Foundation to award $590K in scholarships for 2017-18
BAYTOWN, TX — As hundreds of friends and supporters bid on auction items, enjoyed dinner and listened to stories of student success at the 32nd annual Lee College Foundation Gala last weekend, the foundation announced that proceeds from the fundraising event and contributions from donors will allow $590,000 in scholarships to be awarded to students this academic … Continue reading Foundation to award $590K in scholarships for 2017-18
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Risk Management Institute offers free course on ‘Surviving Violent Encounters’
BAYTOWN, TX — With Americans still reeling from tragic shooting incidents in Sutherland Springs, Las Vegas and around the country, the Risk Management Institute at Lee College is offering a free course this month to help community members recognize the signs that lead to a violent encounter and learn what to do to survive. “Surviving … Continue reading Risk Management Institute offers free course on ‘Surviving Violent Encounters’
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After Harvey postponement, Lee College Foundation ready to host 32nd annual gala
BAYTOWN, TX — After postponing its annual gala in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and making a generous donation to the Lee College Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to help hundreds of students recover from the storm, the Lee College Foundation is finally ready to host its premiere event that raises much-needed funds for scholarships and … Continue reading After Harvey postponement, Lee College Foundation ready to host 32nd annual gala
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Mendoza Debate Society off to a winning start on competition season
Four-time national champion debate team says the focus this year is on learning & growth BAYTOWN, TX — The glass case that holds the awards earned by the four-time national champion Mendoza Debate Society at Lee College is stacked from top to bottom with gleaming trophies and plaques collected over four years of competition against … Continue reading Mendoza Debate Society off to a winning start on competition season
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Lee cuts ribbon on expanded nursing complex
Funded through bond approved in 2013, expansion project completed on time & on budget BAYTOWN, TX — Students in the Lee College Nursing Program now have a renovated and revamped facility on campus to train and prepare for rewarding careers on the front lines of patient-centered health care – complete with new spaces to learn … Continue reading Lee cuts ribbon on expanded nursing complex
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Risk Management Institute hosts free Distracted Driving Course, open to public
BAYTOWN AND LIBERTY, TX — Distracted drivers are responsible for approximately nine deaths and more than 1,000 injuries each day, according to the National Center for Statistics and Analysis. In efforts to educate the community and provide greater insight into the consequences of driving while distracted, the Risk Management Institute at Lee College will provide … Continue reading Risk Management Institute hosts free Distracted Driving Course, open to public
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Lee to host ribbon cutting, open house for expanded nursing complex
BAYTOWN, TX — Lee College is preparing to cut the ribbon and open the doors to the newly expanded McNulty-Haddick Nursing Complex, where students train for careers as competent and compassionate nurses ready to provide patient-centered care and be part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team. The McNulty-Haddick Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony and Open House will be held … Continue reading Lee to host ribbon cutting, open house for expanded nursing complex
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Lee College Huntsville Center inmate debaters top Wiley College
After beating Texas A&M last year, inmate team wins again at invitational behind bars BAYTOWN, TX — Despite besting Texas A&M University last year in the first George Beto Invitational Debate inside the Huntsville “Walls” Unit prison, the inmate debaters from the Lee College Huntsville Center went into the second annual Beto invitational with the … Continue reading Lee College Huntsville Center inmate debaters top Wiley College
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For fifth time running, Lee College named an Aspen Prize Top 150 U.S. Community College
$1 million prize for community college excellence recognizes outstanding achievements BAYTOWN, TX — Lee College was named today as one of the top 150 community colleges in the United States eligible to compete for the $1 million 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance in American … Continue reading For fifth time running, Lee College named an Aspen Prize Top 150 U.S. Community College