NEW: Lone Star College System suspends operations, classes until Monday, Feb. 22

Lone Star College System announced it is closing its facilities Feb. 15-16 due to weather advisories. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lone Star College System announced it is closing its facilities Feb. 15-16 due to weather advisories. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)

Lone Star College System announced it is closing its facilities Feb. 15-16 due to weather advisories. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated 8:56 a.m. Feb. 17

Lone Star College System officials announced in an email Feb. 17 that all LSCS operations—which includes remote work and online classes—are suspended until Monday, Feb. 22 due to disruptions from the severe winter weather that has hit the Greater Houston area.

Updated 10:40 a.m. Feb. 16

Lone Star College System officials announced on Twitter and via email that all college system operations are suspended through Wednesday, Feb. 17 due to weather disruptions from the winter storm that swept through the state. That includes all facilities and and remote learning. For more information and other updates from LSCS, go to the college system's website, Facebook and Twitter.

Updated Feb. 15


Lone Star College System officials announced all facilities will be closed Feb. 16 due to inclement weather. This includes online classes, which will not take place Feb. 16, according to the announcement.

Posted Feb. 12

Lone Star College System announced it is closing all of its facilities Feb. 15 due to winter weather advisories issued by the National Weather Service.

According to a press release from LSCS, all face-to-face classes and on-site activities are suspended, and students are encouraged to reach out to their instructors with questions about possible changes.

All online classes and online support services will continue as usual.

An update regarding Feb. 16 will be posted by 5 p.m. on Feb. 15. Updates will be provided on LSCS's website, Facebook and Twitter.

Additional reporting by Anna Lotz and Matt Stephens
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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