Lee College Education Center – South Liberty County (LCEC) is centrally located on State Highway 146 bypass in Liberty. The center reflects the college’s commitment to supporting academic resources and workforce training offered throughout the region. The LCEC offers a dual credit institute, post-secondary educational programs, fast-track workforce training and community education to students in the South Liberty County area.
The Dual Credit Institute serves students of five neighboring school districts — Anahuac, Dayton, Liberty, Hardin and Hull-Daisetta — in offering coursework in the high-demand technical fields of process technology, electrical technology and computer-aided drafting and design, along with academic transfer courses.
Fast-track industrial craft training, healthcare training, computer technology, online learning, community education, and other non-credit programs are offered at this location throughout the year. View the winter (Dec.-Feb.) edition of Force Magazine – Liberty Edition for more information on upcoming course offerings.
Community Education Programs are offered through the Harris County Department of Education. HCDE’s highly qualified teachers provide GED classes as well as English as a second language (ESL) classes at the LCEC. HCDE Adult Education offers working adults the opportunity to gain the skills needed to take advantage of better job opportunities or move into higher education. For more information, please visit www.hcde-texas.org.