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University of Housron Pearland

University of Houston-Clear Lake at Pearland has been strengthening the educational landscape of the greater Pearland area since 2010. Located just off Pearland Parkway a few miles south of Beltway 8, UH-Clear Lake at Pearland offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in areas such as education, criminology and more. Undergraduates with more than 45 credit hours can complete their bachelor's degrees in eight programs, while graduate students can receive their master's degrees in six programs.

With degree options that include business, behavioral science, education and nursing, UHCL Pearland offers a great educational opportunity for those living in the growing Pearland area and adjoining communities, including students at other campuses. Since 2017, UHCL Pearland has hosted Alvin Community College core classes, which are transferrable to UHCL. Beginning in fall 2018, students in UHCL's Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program can take classes at UHCL Pearland.



Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine has named Lone Star College as the #1 two-year college in the nation for the number of undergraduate Hispanic students enrolled in 2017.

The monthly publication, which provides education news while maintaining a unique Hispanic perspective, publishes this ranking list each year.

“Lone Star College is proud of the educational opportunities we provide to all students,” said Stephen C. Head, Ph.D., LSC chancellor. “We appreciate this recognition and remain committed to student success.”

Hispanic Outlook on Education noted LSC welcomed more than 27,000 Hispanic students in 2017, representing 37 percent of the total LSC student population. The rankings were determined by the national Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, a method of surveys conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics. Data for 2017 were the latest available.

In addition to being recognized as a leader in Hispanic education by Hispanic Outlook, LSC is designated as an Hispanic Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education, a recognition that is given to nonprofit institutes with a full-time undergraduate student enrollment that is at least 25 percent Hispanic.

“I am very proud of the role Lone Star College employees play in helping our diverse community,” said Head.

LSC awarded 8,255 associate degrees and certificates to eligible students who took part in commencement ceremonies in spring 2019 including 3,262 to Hispanic students. They represented the largest ethnic group of students to earn their degrees and certifications this year.

It's not too late to register for fall classes. In addition to the regular 16-week semester courses, there are 4- to 15-week Late Start class options available. Choose from a variety of subjects, courses and start dates. Learn more at LoneStar.edu/LateStart .

Lone Star College offers high-quality, low-cost academic transfer and career training education to 99,000 students each semester. LSC is training tomorrow's workforce today and redefining the community college experience to support student success. Stephen C. Head, Ph.D., serves as chancellor of LSC, the largest institution of higher education in the Houston area with an annual economic impact of almost $3 billion. LSC consists of seven colleges, eight centers, two university centers, Lone Star Corporate College and LSC-Online. To learn more, visit LoneStar.edu .

University of Houston

Connecting Potential with Opportunity

The University of Houston draws strength from its diversity to transform lives and communities through education, research, service and innovation in a real world setting. UH is an engine for discovery, conversation and change that informs and leads local, state, national and global partnerships.


At the University of Houston we pride ourselves on diversity and excellence across all disciplines. Our campus features internationally recognized faculty in 16 academic colleges and schools and an interdisciplinary Honors College .

Real Life, Real Experiences, Real Connections

At the University of Houston, you'll find a college experience that will transform your future to what you envision. Our nationally-ranked programs drive students to discover the multitude of academic resources that are available on-campus and online while our student-run organizations and athletics have something for everyone and connect students in authentic Coog culture. Volunteerism and community service are also a big part of UH 's commitment to engage students directly with local centers and nonprofits. We are Houston's University.

Undergraduate Admissions

As one of the most diverse universities in the nation, UH students are talented individuals from around the world who have a common commitment to succeed. If you do not fall into any of the student categories below, please visit the additional admission types page for a list of categories.

Experience Life on Campus

Welcome to the Powerhouse. The University of Houston provides countless opportunities to meet new people, listen to distinguished lecturers, nourish your talents, experience public art from renowned artists and become involved with the community and various student organizations while living in one of the most exciting cities in the nation.

Places to See

The campus life offers the vibe of a small community set amongst the urban offerings of Houston. Our on-campus offerings include restaurants, art exhibits, activity centers, live performances and athletic events which make our university much more than a place to learn — it's a place to thrive.

At UH the Student Center is the hub of student life. Equipped with north and south wings, the Student Center is home to student organizations, study and social areas, a food court, campus shops, IT services and an on-campus game room complete with a bowling alley.

Lynn Eusan Park

Centrally located, this park is where visitors to campus can relax and enjoy the day go by or catch one of the many performances scheduled throughout the year.

TDECU Stadium

Our 40,000 seat, open stadium is home of the UH Cougar's football team.

Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park

Known for its fan-friendly atmosphere and spacious accommodations, seating 3,500, the park is the proud home of the UH baseball team.

Blaffer Art Museum

The Blaffer Gallery contemporary art museum is dedicated to emerging and underrepresented artists. The Blaffer is a free arts gateway that inspires dialogue between the city of Houston and UH .

Cullen Performance Hall

Cullen Performance Hall is the perfect venue for concerts, lectures, comedy and more on campus at the University of Houston.

Moores Opera Center

The Rebecca and John J. Moores School of Music features musical entertainment that ranges from opera productions to jazz ensembles.

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts is dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration across the performing, visual, and literary arts.

Public Art UHS

Public Art of the University of Houston System is a collection of public artworks by acclaimed local, regional, national, and international artists across all forms of media and styles.

Where to Live

Student Housing & Residential Life is a department within Student Affairs consisting of three primary areas: Residential Life, Operations, and Housing and Conference Services. Students live in seven distinct housing areas that provide a comprehensive student services program. These areas are managed by full-time, live-in staff members, including professional Residence Life Coordinators, faculty-in-residence and Resident Advisors (student staff).

Where to Eat

The University of Houston has a variety of dining options to choose from. Student meal plans are healthy, flexible affordable, and may be used in our dining halls 24/7. In addition, there are a variety of retail and food truck options to satisfy every palate.

The Student Center Satellite is also home to the largest food court on campus. This is a great place to grab pizza, sushi, halal certified Indian cuisine or a coffee. So stop by with friends after class.

For the most current information regarding the University of Houston's Dining services, visit the following:

Stay Active and Healthy

Get moving with outdoor adventure activities. Get involved with group fitness classes. Get involved with intramural sports. Get fit with a personal trainer. Get experience with first aid

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