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Welcome to The Honors College at LSC-Montgomery Google Site!
The LSCS Honors College is for academically-motivated students seeking to improve their college transcripts and transferability with challenging coursework provided across a broad range of disciplines.  It is committed to fostering the academic life and liberal education of honors students through curriculum centered on learning, leading & service to community. Honors coursework is designed to engage and challenge students inside and outside the classroom through small settings and close interaction with dedicated faculty. Opportunities to enrich the total college experience while at LSC-Montgomery include travel, co-curricular activities, off-campus educational and cultural events, service learning opportunities, conferences and special seminars. Honors College students may earn honors academic course credit by enrolling in honors sections, as well as by working with faculty mentors on individual honors contracts.

Benefits of Participating in The Honors College at LSC-Montgomery

Students have access to:
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Small, interactive classes and a sense of community
  • Dedicated Honors faculty
  • Specialized academic advising
  • Access to dedicated Honors College Student Center
  • Professional/industry internship opportunities
  • Honors designation on transcripts
  • Opportunities to earn honors graduation distinctions
  • Articulation agreements with major transfer universities
  • Opportunities for research publication
  • Participation at local and regional conferences
  • Exclusive field trips, events and guest speakers
  • Travel opportunities
Chancellor's Honors College Fellows

Beginning Fall '14, a limited incoming freshmen class will be admitted as Chancellor's Honors College Fellows. Recipients of this award will receive a full scholarship to pursue a course of study culminating in an Honors AA or AS degree. The Honors College Fellows curriculum is comprised of a two-year course of study requiring a minimum of 27 honors credit hours toward completion of an Honors AA or Honors AS. The curriculum includes a six-hour cohort taken during the first two semester, as well as a second-year capstone experience.

Fellows receive the benefits of The Honors College at LSC-Montgomery, plus:

  • Honors Associate Degree (AA or AS)
  • Scholarship Package:
    • Tuition/Fees (15 credit hours/semester)
    • Stipend ($600 per semester)
    • Book Allowance ($600 per semester)
  • Specialized honors curriculum
  • Close-knit (20 student) learning cohort
  • Travel opportunities related to second-year capstone
  • Articulation
For more information, please contact:
David Kennedy
Director, Honors

Professor, Political Science
Lone Star College-Montgomery
Bldg. G, 204/201
3200 College Park Drive

Conroe, TX 77384
936-273-7035
MontgomeryHonors@lonestar.edu