Featured Events and Announcements

  • Be your own hero. Fall 2019 Registration open. Register now
  • Even Superheroes Need their Vaccinations. Get Yours Free. Sign up for your free meningitis vaccination now. First-come, first-served, while supplies last. http://www.lee.edu/vaccination/
  • Summer Camp Program for children ages 5-17. June through August. A summer of endless possibilities awaits. Kids at College. Start Summer Here. http://www.lee.edu/kids/
  • Lee College Educational Opportunity Center has temporarily moved to the main Baytown campus. Please call 832-556-4506 for directions and additional information.
  • Have a question? Need directions? We’re here to help! Ask Us! We Care
  • TRiO Student Support Services. Join Today. Free tutoring, university trips, academic advising, registration assistance, transfer assistance, financial aid assistance, academic coaching (time management, study habits, note taking and more. Rundell Hall, Suite 112. Call 281.425.6500. Instagram: leetriosss. Twitter: leetriosss. Facebook: TRiO SSS Program-Lee College. Lee College Student Support Services
  • STEM Hub: Moler Hall, Room 115. Hours: Mon-Tue 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Wed-Thursday 7:#0 a.m.-5:15 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Free fall tutoring 2018. Walk-ins always welcome. Appointments available upon request. Students must bring and use classroom study materials/notes.
  • Your Carer Path. Find it now! Machining, pipefitting, millwright, welding. http://www.lee.edu/learning/locations/mcnair/
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Lee again named to Aspen Top 150  Presidential Search

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Aug20th
    Professional Development
    • Professional Development Day is Tuesday, Aug. 20, for employees of Lee College.

      Keynote Speaker: Roy Juarez Jr.

      Roy Juarez, Jr. founded America’s Business Leaders – a human development company – in 2005 when he was just a freshman at Hardin-Simmons University. With a dream to inspire youth and reunite families, Juarez began sharing his turbulent history to touch the lives of youth, educators, and parents.

      Juarez’s story and work have garnered national media attention on outlets such as CNN and Chicken Soup for the Soul. Most recently, Juarez was able to partner with Ford Motor Company Fund in its Ford Driving Dreams Tour, to inspire students to graduate on time and pursue a higher education. In addition, Juarez’ has been reported by many local and online publications.

      Born and raised in south San Antonio, Texas, Juarez faced situations and obstacles that could have turned him into a negative statistic. But he found a way to overcome those challenges. At the age of 14, Juarez was a high school dropout and one of the hundreds of homeless youths on the streets of San Antonio. He carried with him only a duffel bag of personal items that he called a home. He moved from house to house to survive. Despite all that was working against him, he knew there was more to life, which is why he never lost sight of his dreams.

      As a young entrepreneur, Juarez has made a successful career lecturing to thousands, both nationally and internationally. Once a homeless teenager, Juarez fought the battle to leave the streets, only to return to them after becoming a graduate of Hardin-Simmons University and organizing his first national tour, “Homeless by Choice.”

      What began as a six-month journey driving from Los Angeles, California, to Jacksonville, Florida, became a two-and-a-half-year journey of circling the country with the goal to inspire America’s youths to never give up on life or their dreams, and to understand the value of higher education.

      Juarez spoke pro bono to more than 500 educational facilities, shelters, organizations, and companies. With no grants or sponsors, Juarez needed to keep costs low, so he chose to live homeless once again. But this time he was “Homeless by Choice.” As he roamed the country, he was able to share his message with more than 100,000 people.

      Juarez serves as a role model for thousands of individuals through his work as an advocate for youth and higher education. His life experience inspires them to forgive, chase their dreams, and be the change they wish to see!

      www.homelessbychoice.com

  • Aug21st
    Fall Kick-Off
    • Experience Lee College at the 2019 Fall Kick-Off. Sign in at the Student Center.

      Join us to:

      • Learn about financial literacy
      • Hear from a student-led panel on the Right Questions to Ask
      • Meet faculty
      • Locate your classrooms
      • Pick up your Lee College photo ID and/or your parking permit
      • Friends and family welcome!
      • Food will be provided

      The Student Center is located on the corner of Gulf Street ant South Whiting Street.

  • Aug26th
    Classes Begin
    • Classes begin Monday for all students enrolled in the fall semester at Lee College.