SKIP TO PAGE CONTENT Scroll to Top

Lee College Education Center - South Liberty County

Exterior of the Liberty Campus on a sunny day
  PDF this page

Are you explor­ing your col­lege op­tions? Do you live in Lib­erty or Cham­bers Coun­ty? If so, Lee College can help you get started in your own back­yard at the Lee College Edu­ca­tion Center – South Lib­erty County (LCEC). 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.

Students attentive during a class at the Liberty CenterThe Dual Credit Institute serves students of neighboring school districts — Anahuac, Dayton, East Chambers, Liberty, Hardin and Hull-Daisetta, and West Hardin — in offering coursework in the high-demand technical fields of cosmetology, electrical technology, logistics, and process technology, along with academic transfer courses.

The post-secondary educational programs include day and evening classes selected from the core curriculum. Students can also take courses from the technical course offerings indicated above. Summer 2022 courses include offerings from logistics and academic transfer courses. The academic transfer course offerings align with the majority of degree concentrations and provide students with the opportunity to obtain their college core courses for transfer to a four-year university. The summer academic courses include core courses in English, Speech, History, Government, Learning Frameworks, and Art. The summer logistics courses, offered in the evening, give students coursework in business management supervision; managing activities associated with traffic, transportation, inventory management, warehousing, packaging, order processing, and materials handling; and physical distribution and supply chain management.

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

Workshops such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Excel are offered free to the community.