Lee suspends athletics season because of pandemic
Lee College announced June 22, 2020, it is suspending its athletic season for the 2020-21 academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic. All practices, scrimmages, games, tournaments and community activities conducted by the school’s athletics programs are suspended. “We are… Continue reading →
Lee College, Goose Creek ISD announce free college tuition for 2020 graduates
Baytown, TX – The Lee College Board of Regents and Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District (GCCISD) Thursday approved implementation of a new program to cover the cost of Lee College fall tuition and fees for the 2019-2020 graduates of… Continue reading →
Lee College instructor sews, donates 300 face masks to college
Tammy Gross In a sun-filled craft room surrounded by towering stacks of broadcloth and color-coded bobbins, the whirr of a sewing machine fills the air as Tammy Gross quietly works to help fight a pandemic the best way she knows… Continue reading →
Summer enrollment soars to record numbers
Baytown, TX – Lee College enrollment this summer has reached nearly 5,000 students making it the largest summer enrollment in the College’s 86-year history. Up nearly 50 percent from this time last year, student summer enrollment is climbing as well… Continue reading →
Presidential Honors Day list announced for 2020
Lee College recently announced its 2020 Presidential Honors Day Honorees, a tradition at the College for the past 30 years. Presidential Honors Day distinguishes the top student in each academic and applied science discipline program at Lee College. Honorees are… Continue reading →
Trustees vote to waive summer e-books, tuition, fees
Baytown, TX — The Lee College Board of Regents approved a plan Thursday (April 23) to utilize more than $2 million in funding from the federal stimulus to pay for students’ tuition. Lee College is waiving tuition, e-books, and fees… Continue reading →
Lee to receive $4 million from Federal CARES Act
Lee College will receive a little more than $4 million from the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund as part of the $14 billion in support for colleges and universities and their students under the recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief,… Continue reading →
Debate team wins again
The Mendoza Debate Society at Lee College were named the Overall Sweepstakes Community College Champions at the first “Joseph J. Cardot Invitational,” hosted by Abilene Christian University Feb. 7-9, 2020. Braving snow and sub-freezing temperatures, Lee College Debaters also finished… Continue reading →
Lee College Debate Team named Overall Sweepstakes Champions
The Mendoza Debate Society at Lee College were named the Community College Overall Sweepstakes Champions at the super-regional 2020 Southern Forensics Championship Tournament (SFCT) hosted by Mississippi State University in Starkville, Miss., Jan. 24-26, 2020. With a tremendous effort from… Continue reading →
One College, One Book scholarship winners announced
Congratulations to Maryashley Schrock and Aylin Mendez for winning $550 textbook scholarships as part of the One College, One Book program at Lee College! After reading the featured book, American Like Me: Reflections on Life Between Cultures, edited by America… Continue reading →