Installment payment plans require a valid credit card on file, 50 percent of the program fees, textbook costs (if not included in fee), and a non-refundable $20 installment charge at the time of registration.
Scholarships are now available for certain workforce-related programs. Please call 281.425.6311 for more information.
Lee Alliance Foundation Scholarship
Awarded to a part-time student who is in good standing and has no outstanding debts to Lee College, and is a resident of the Lee College service area. Preference will be given to students in specific workforce training programs; if no appropriate student is eligible, then the scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need. Students must submit a “Thank You” letter address to the Foundation to be awarded.
Workforce Foundation Scholarship
The Center for Workforce & Community Development offers Student Scholarships each quarter when funds are available. The scholarship awards funding toward the cost of one specific workforce training program up to a maximum of $750 and is competitive based on an essay. Non-degree seeking students (students not formally enrolled in a college credit class) age 17+ are eligible to apply. The student must be a part-time, non-credit student who is in good standing and has no outstanding debts to Lee College.
Employee Scholarship Program
To be eligible for this scholarship, course(s) must relate in a direct way to employee’s job function. Please call the Center for Workforce and Community Development at 281.425.6311 for more information.
Industry partners such as ExxonMobil, Chevron Phillips, and Shell sponsor and provide funds for students interested in the Energy Venture camps at Lee College, an energy career orientation summer camp for young people which focus on careers in energy, environmental and safety issues, teamwork, alternative energy sources and math/science. The sponsors are invited to the last day of the camp. The camp celebration and photographs will be taken with the College President and with the company representatives that contributed as scholarship underwriters.