Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, No ID Required

Get your free COVID-19 Vaccination Thursday, August 5, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 909 Decker Drive, Phyllis Davis Room. Lee CollegeLee College will host a free vaccine clinic with Harris County Public Health (HCPH) this Thursday, Aug. 5, from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at 909 Decker Dr. Proof of citizenship, residence or insurance is not required.

Minors 12 years and above can get the vaccine at this event. However, minors under 18 must have a completed and signed parental consent form to participate. If possible, individuals should register online, but walk-ins are welcome and no one will be turned away. Register for a specific time by calling HCPH at 832-927-8787, or online at

On the day of the event, participants must enter the doors facing Decker Drive. There will be a Lee College tent and signs to indicate the correct entrance. Everyone is encouraged to practice CDC safety regulations including wear a mask, practice social distancing and regularly wash or sanitize their hands.

Additional opportunities to receive free vaccines at the Lee College 909 Decker Dr. location include:

Aug. 12, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Aug. 19, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Aug. 26, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

If you have questions, contact Lee College Human Resources at 281-425-6875. For information about the vaccine, call the HCPH COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 832-927-8787.


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LC Alumnus Competes In 2020 Olympics

2015 Lee College Graduate Duop Reath, 2021 Olympic Athlete. Lee CollegeWe are extremely proud of all our Lee College alumni, but we want to give a special shout out to Duop Reath, class of 2015, who is representing the Australian national basketball team in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics!

Reath played for the Lee College men’s basketball team from 2014-2015. He was then selected by LSU where he excelled on the court until he moved on to play for the NBA and later the Serbian professional basketball organization.

Now Reath is gearing up to play one of the biggest games of his career when Australia competes against the US in the Olympic semifinals on Thursday. Way to aim high and make your dreams come true, Duop! You make Lee College proud!


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Welcome Back Picnic Scheduled for Thursday

Food, fun, games. Lee College employee welcome back picnic Thursday, August 5, 12 noon to 2 p.m., Student Center. For more information, contact Paul Arrigo at Lee CollegeWelcome back to campus! All employees are invited to the Welcome Back Picnic on Thursday, Aug. 5 at the Student Center from 12 – 2 p.m. Join us for free food and fun outdoor games and activities! There will be several seating areas available on campus to enjoy a free lunch and catch up with your colleagues and friends! Hope to see you there! If you have questions, contact Paul Arrigo at




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Enter to Win Dinner and Tickets to Live Performance!

Lee College Alliance is hosting a raffle for a gift bundle valued at $90. The winner will receive two tickets to the July 31 live performance of Mamma Mia! at the Lee College Performing Arts Center, a gift card to Antonio’s Italian Grill and Seafood, a bottle of Pinot Grigio and ingredients for an at-home pasta dinner. Raffle tickets are $5 each and proceeds will go toward student scholarships. Must be 21 and over to win. Hurry, the deadline to enter the drawing is July 25!

Enter Drawing Here

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Don’t Forget the Sunscreen!

As part of our commitment to sun safety and in order to ensure its effectiveness, the sunscreen dispensers on the main campus and McNair have been refilled with fresh SPF 30 sunscreen!

The College’s sun safety efforts are part of a larger community health and wellness initiative called Be Well™ Baytown, an effort of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center sponsored by ExxonMobil.

This project aims to carry out community-led solutions that will make positive, long-lasting changes in people’s lives. Together, we are building a healthier community!

More about LC Sun Safety

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College Sports Resume, New Head Basketball Coach Selected

Coach Nicholas Wade standing on the court holding a basketball at the Lee College Sports Arena

Coach Nicholas Wade

After a year-long pause of the athletic program because of COVID-19, Lee College men’s basketball and women’s volleyball are back and ramping up for the start of two new, exhilarating seasons for 2021-2022. As the program resumes, Lee College is excited to announce it has selected Nicholas Wade as the new head coach for the men’s basketball team as well as the new athletic director for the College.

“Nick brings a wonderful dynamic to this role and a fresh, new perspective on the court,” said Dr. Lynda Villanueva, Lee College president. “We are extremely thrilled to resume the Lee College athletics program and welcome Coach Wade to our Lee College family. Go team!”

Originally from Baytown, Wade said he is eager to return to the city where he grew up and pour into the surrounding communities and the student athletes who call Lee College home.

“To be quite honest, this is one of the best jobs in the country in terms of resources and location, and the administration has been great. So, it’s a really, really exciting opportunity for me,” he said.

Wade comes to Lee College from Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas, where he was two-time Coach of the Year and led the men’s basketball team to the Region XIV conference championship in 2020 before COVID-19 ended their national tournament hopes. Angelina College cancelled the 2021 season because of the pandemic.

Wade describes his coaching style as tedious as he works meticulously with his teams to sharpen basic skills while forming good habits on and off the court.

“The number one thing I’m going to promote as the new athletic director is that we lift each other up and support each other. We’re there to take care of each other, and we’re only going to be as successful as the people next to us. And if you pour into them, you will rise as well,” said Wade. “If we do that, I think we will be in a really good place.”

Wade said he attended Lee College basketball camps in the summer as a kid growing up, so he hopes to resume athletic camps for kids in the near future as he begins his new role with the College.

The Lee College men’s basketball team and women’s volleyball team will resume their regular playing schedules this fall semester. For more information about the athletic program at Lee College, visit

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LC Awarded $100K Texas Mutual Insurance Grant

Lee College is helping to keep the workforce safe, aware and prepared thanks to a $100,000 grant from Texas Mutual Insurance Company! The funding will be used to continue the College’s Risk Management Institute, which provides safety courses for local employers, workers and the general public. This is the sixth year in a row Lee College and Texas Mutual Insurance have partnered together to offer high-quality workplace safety education to the community.

More about Risk Management Institute 

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Return to Campus Survey

As we prepare to return to campus this fall, Lee College understands that even though we have all weathered the pandemic together, each person’s experience is unique and exclusive to them. To that end, the Mental Health Committee is asking for feedback from employees to better understand their thoughts on returning to campus. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. The information will remain anonymous and will be used to help guide the return-to-work experience. If you have questions about the survey, contact Paul Arrigo at

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Welcome Back Picnic

The newly-formed Mental Health Committee will host a Welcome Back Picnic for employees on Thursday, August 5, from noon to 2 p.m. In order to have enough food for everyone at the picnic, they need an RSVP by Thursday, July 8. If you have already responded to the RSVP email, you do not need to respond again. If you have not responded to the RSVP email, click the link below to reserve your spot! If you have questions, email Paul Arrigo at

Click here to RSVP for the Welcome Back Picnic

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School Supplies Drive thru Aug. 31

The Student Resource and Advocacy Center is accepting school supply donations for our School Supplies Drive. Welcome our students back with new supplies. Please donate: pens, pencils, highlighters, small flash drives, college ruled notebooks, folders and more. All donations will be accepted. July 1 - August 31, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please drop off donations at Moler Hall 107. For more information or questions, contact or 832-556-4447.The Student Resource and Advocacy Center is collecting school supplies to give to students during Welcome Week this fall. All donations will be accepted, but there is a specific need for pens, pencils, highlighters, folders, college-ruled notebooks and small flash drives. If you are able, please consider donating basic school supplies to help students in need. For more information, email Brenda Garcia, Student Resource Coordinator at




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