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Off Campus Education To provide quality education to service area residents, Lee College offers educational services for students who find it difficult to attend classes on the main campus. Instructors are selected from full-time faculty, outstanding area educators, and other professional specialists. Off campus classes are held at off-site locations including: Lee College huntsville Center Lee College provides degrees and certificates through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Institutional Division. Lee College TRIO Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) Located in the Sears wing of San Jacinto Mall, the EOC provides eligible students with services including one-onone counseling sessions, career and academic advising, assistance with college admission and financial aid applications, assistance with course selection, childcare, academic counseling, and tutoring referrals, and GED information. In order to receive these services, an adult must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, age 19 or older, and plan to attend college. The EOC is open Monday - Thursday, 8 am to 7 pm and Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. Counseling sessions are available by appointment only. All services are free. For additional information, call 832.556.4506 or visit www.lee.edu/eoc. neighborhood College Classes are scheduled at various locations throughout the Lee College service area. Class offerings are based on the needs of each location, available equipment, and enrollment. Refer to the current class schedule for a list of available classes. Weekend College Lee College offers classes on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for students who, because of professional or family obligations, find those days more convenient. Refer to the current class schedule for locations. 208 Community Education www.lee.edu/ce Public community colleges are mandated by the Texas Education Code, section 130.003(e) to provide "community adult education programs for occupational or cultural upgrading." In compliance with this requirement, Lee College offers more than 500 courses designed to provide non-credit learning opportunities for the public and community. Classes are intended to address the changing needs of the community – whether vocational or recreational – and may be as short as one session or may continue for a full semester. Courses begin throughout the year and are conducted at a variety of times and locations. Although a few programs have eligibility requirements, Community Education offerings are open to most interested adults regardless of educational background or eligibility for admission to college credit programs. While courses do not apply toward a degree, community education units (CEUs) are available for workforce courses. Continuous registration is available weekdays in the Community Education Office. Because these programs are self-supporting, course costs are dependent upon materials and instructor fees. Students desiring courses not currently offered should contact the division at 281.425.6311 to discuss their needs. Schedules of classes are published three times a year and made available to the public. Community Education offerings can generally be categorized in these areas: • • • • • • • • • • • • • Health Care Personal Enrichment Workforce Development Computer Technology Space Available Classes Business/Professional Development Small Business Development Center Arts and Culture Online Learning Recreation and Fitness Senior Adult Program Adult Education Program Kids at College Summer Program The Community Education Office is located at: 909 Decker Drive, Baytown, Texas Phone Number: 281.425.6311 Fax Number: 281.425.6855 www.lee.edu/ce Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 12:30 pm

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