CYPRESS — Register today at Lone Star College-CyFair for unique college experiences such as themed Learning Network courses, Evening and Weekend College, as well as traditional academic degree and workforce certificate courses.
Themed Learning Network courses create opportunities for more engaged discussion and connection while students earn credit for taking a pair of classes with two instructors in the same classroom with a special theme or topic. The spring themes are Pop Culture and Heroes and Villains. Classes transfer as courses taken in a traditional format. For information, go to LoneStar.edu/cyfair-learning-networks.
Evening and Weekend College is another option that provides working adults with an opportunity to attend classes while meeting family, personal and employment obligations at the same time. Students can also take advantage of campus resources such as tutoring, the library, and bookstore.
Evening and Weekend College students can choose to earn a workforce certificate or take core courses to earn their college degree at LSC-CyFair before transferring to a four-year university. For information on this program and/or support services, email EWCollege@LoneStar.edu, call 832.482.1070 or go online to LoneStar.edu/weekend-college.
Spring classes start Jan. 14 and no matter what type of course is chosen, LSC-CyFair offers convenient, affordable and flexible options with classes available day, evening, online and weekend.
Visit with an advisor today. For information on courses or to register online, visit LoneStar.edu/registration.
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