Lee College was one of the first institutions of higher learning to offer college credit classes to offenders as contracted by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
The success of the Lee College Huntsville Center can be marked by the number of students who graduate with degrees and receive leading industry certifications, while serving a criminal conviction in TDCJ and leading to the reduction of recidivism rates.
Like many community college programs, the Huntsville Center plays an essential role in the professional development and specialized training of an ever-increasing, diverse, and dynamic workforce today.
Lee College graduates meet or exceed all state regulations and licensing requirements including high standards of accreditation.
Lee College is committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in today’s dynamic and challenging work environment.
The CDL Truck Driving program is offered at the maximum security John W. Wynne Unit within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and is located on FM 2821 West & Hwy. 75 in Huntsville, Texas.
Offenders must satisfy strict screening requirements for admission into the 22 semester credit hour program and the opportunity to complete a CDL examination.
The estimated tuition cost of the Lee College CDL program is $746 per student.
Students enrolled in the CDL Truck Driving program are also responsible for a $45 technology fee and DPS testing fee of $100. Additional costs of enrollment per student include $250 for instructional resources (gasoline) and a DOT physical of $100. All costs and fees associated with the CDL Truck Driving program must be collected prior to enrollment to successfully complete the program.