Lone Star College rolls out tentative schedule for remainder of spring semester

Lone Star College campuses are anticipated to remain closed until April 6. (Photo by Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper.
Lone Star College campuses are anticipated to remain closed until April 6. (Photo by Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper.

Lone Star College campuses are anticipated to remain closed until April 6. (Photo by Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper.

Lone Star College released a tentative schedule for the remainder of the semester March 18, though campuses will remain closed to students and staff until April 6.

"Lone Star College continues to monitor this developing situation and is working with local, state and federal authorities to determine what is best for our students and employees,” LSC Chancellor Stephen Head said in a press release.


According to the press release, the schedule is anticipated to go as follows:

  • March 23: Online classes that began prior to spring break will resume.

  • March 23-April 6: Faculty will convert classes to online where they can. Students will be notified about their classes before April 10.

  • April 6-13: Finalize plans for restart.

  • April 13: All remaining classes resume, staff return to campus and eight-week classes begin.

  • April 15: Fall registration begins.

  • May 11: Online mini-semesters begin.

  • May 22: Spring semester ends (original date was May 10); eight-week classes end and grades may be submitted.

  • June 1: First summer term begins.


Head said additional updates will be provided as circumstances change.
By Andrew Christman
Andrew joined Community Impact Newspaper in early 2019 after moving from Indiana. He is a 2015 graduate from Indiana State University, where he received degrees in English and journalism. He has written for a number of small town publications throughout his career as a reporter.


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