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STEM Hub opens on main campus with computers & free tutoring
BAYTOWN, TX — Lee College students tackling science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) assignments have a new place on campus to access computers loaded with instructional and professional software, and receive free tutoring for everything from algebra to anatomy. The college and community celebrated this week the grand opening of the STEM Hub, an expanded … Continue reading STEM Hub opens on main campus with computers & free tutoring
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Lee College Theatre to open season Sept. 21 with ‘Peril on the Mighty Mississippi’
Program will expand style and variety of productions this year for students & audiences BAYTOWN, TX – Lee College Theatre will begin its 2017-18 performance season with a traditional melodrama that takes audiences on the maiden voyage of the Mighty Mississipp’, a riverboat bound for New Orleans with nefarious villains, wealthy passengers and a noble … Continue reading Lee College Theatre to open season Sept. 21 with ‘Peril on the Mighty Mississippi’
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After Harvey, Lee College Foundation opts to reschedule annual gala for November
BAYTOWN, TX — As residents in the local community continue to recover after Hurricane Harvey, the Lee College Foundation has decided to postpone its 32nd annual gala until November. Originally scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 21 at Sylvan Beach Pavilion, the Lee College Foundation Gala is now set for Friday, Nov. 10, at the same location. … Continue reading After Harvey, Lee College Foundation opts to reschedule annual gala for November
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College to unveil new campus STEM hub, welcome special guests
BAYTOWN, TX — Lee College will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and national Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) next week with the grand opening of a new campus hub for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and special guest appearances from artist and author Marlon “Marley” Lizama and entrepreneur and recording artist Stefani Vara. The kickoff for the HSI … Continue reading College to unveil new campus STEM hub, welcome special guests
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Lee offers late-start fall classes, raises funds to aid Harvey victims
College also creates new payment plan to help students better afford tuition this semester BAYTOWN, TX — After opening its doors as a shelter for local residents displaced by Hurricane Harvey, Lee College is continuing its efforts to support students and employees through recovery by offering late start registration and flexible payment plans, and raising … Continue reading Lee offers late-start fall classes, raises funds to aid Harvey victims
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Senior adults to receive free entry & food Sept. 12 at volleyball game
Special invitation extended to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, helping with recovery BAYTOWN, TX — The Lee College Senior Adult & Travel Program invites senior adults — particularly those impacted by Hurricane Harvey or hard at work helping their affected neighbors – to enjoy a night away from the rigors of the recovery process next … Continue reading Senior adults to receive free entry & food Sept. 12 at volleyball game
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Lee students selected for scholarships to pursue careers in chemical industry
BAYTOWN, TX — After leaving school 10 years ago to focus on his family, Christopher Patterson willingly accepted a pay cut to be able to return to Lee College and finish what he started: pursuit of an associate degree. Now majoring in process technology, Patterson is one of three Lee College students who will receive … Continue reading Lee students selected for scholarships to pursue careers in chemical industry
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Huntsville Center featured on Houston Public Media’s ‘Houston Matters’
Award-winning public affairs show highlighted center’s 51-year history in prison education BAYTOWN, TX — The Lee College Huntsville Center, one of the oldest and largest correctional education programs in the country, was recently featured on “Houston Matters,” an award-winning public affairs radio show that airs weekdays on Houston Public Media and explores people, places, issues … Continue reading Huntsville Center featured on Houston Public Media’s ‘Houston Matters’
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Campus concealed weapon policy set to go into effect Aug. 1
New campus carry rules apply to all students, faculty, staff and visitors; full details online BAYTOWN, TX — In accordance with the state law allowing individuals with a concealed handgun license to carry a handgun on the campuses of all Texas public colleges and universities, Lee College will implement its new Campus Concealed Weapon Policy … Continue reading Campus concealed weapon policy set to go into effect Aug. 1
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Lee students experience ancient, modern China for Study Abroad 2017
BAYTOWN, TX — Lee College Study Abroad students spent nine days in China this summer exploring the ancient and modern sides of the world’s most populous country at historic and cultural sites in Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai — and all while earning valuable academic credits in the process. “I could make it through all my … Continue reading Lee students experience ancient, modern China for Study Abroad 2017