Lone Star College campuses closed until April 30

Lone Star College campuses will remain closed until April 30. (Photo by Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lone Star College campuses will remain closed until April 30. (Photo by Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)

Lone Star College campuses will remain closed until April 30. (Photo by Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)

In a press release regarding a revised schedule for the remainder of its spring semester on March 31, Lone Star College announced it is keeping campuses closed until at least April 30 to monitor coronavirus concerns.

According to the press release, the revised schedule is based on the latest stay-at-home orders from Harris and Montgomery Counties.

“Lone Star College is closely following recommendations made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as various local agencies,” LSC Chancellor Stephen Head said. “We will continue to monitor this developing situation and make appropriate decisions based on what is best for our students and employees.”

The remainder of the semester will include the following dates:


April 13
All classes that have been converted to online format will resume. Converted online courses can be found here.


All eight-week classes begin online only.

April 15

Fall 2020 registration starts.

May 4


All classes that have not been converted to online will resume on campus. Check here to see which classes were moved online and which remain face-to-face.

All employees return to campus.

May 11

Online mini-semester begins.

May 22 (extended from May 8)

Spring semester ends. Faculty completing classes before this date may submit grades.


Eight-week classes end.

June 1

First summer term begins.

Online classes resumed for LSC students March 23. More information on LSC updates can be found here.
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.