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39 The Lee College Theatre Arts Program encourages the par- ticipation of all Lee College students and the Baytown com- munity. Auditions are open to anyone interested in performing or working on a crew. Community involvement by students includes support of Baytown Little Theater and other area little theatres. A number of drama scholarships are available through the Drama Department. Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Conference (GCIC) As a member of the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Conference, Lee College can offer its music students opportunities to perform in the Fall and Spring GCIC student recitals, to par- ticipate in voice, piano, and instrumental master classes, and to take part in the GCIC Choral Festival and the GCIC Jazz Festival. The GCIC holds student art shows every other year and provides speakers, programs, and demonstrations for vi- sual arts students. GCIC also offers Fall and Spring sports days with a variety of sports activities. Campus Activities Board The Campus Activities Board (CAB) brings programs to the campus that are informative, interesting, entertaining, and intellectually stimulating for students. See their bulletin board in the student center for upcoming CAB-sponsored activities. Music Activities Numerous solo and ensemble performance opportunities are available to Lee College students. The Chamber Choir, Lee College Concert Choir, Baytown Community Choir, Lee College Jazz Ensemble, Baytown Concert Band, and Baytown Symphony Orchestra fulfill instructional goals with concerts on campus and in the community, and offer travel and social enrichment through participation in festivals and tours. Solo opportunities for students enrolled in private lessons (avail- able on all band and orchestral instruments, piano, organ, guitar, and voice) are provided through departmental recitals, by competition in various auditions, and by being featured with one of the Lee College ensembles. Interested students should contact the Office of Visual and Performing Arts Division at 281.425.6821 for additional information. Fi- nancial assistance is available to qualified Lee College stu- dents. Sports Collegiate Athletics The Lee College Intercollegiate Athletics Program is an inte- gral part of the institution. Through its programs in men's basketball and women's volleyball, student athletes are given the opportunity to pursue excellence in both academ- ics and athletics by participating in intercollegiate sports while following educational programs leading to degrees, certificates, and advancement to senior institutions. The Ath- letic Program promotes a spirit of pride, cooperation, and unity throughout the campus and community. As a member of the National Junior College Athletic Associa- tion, the Texas Junior College Athletic Association, and the Texas Eastern Athletic Conference, Lee College conducts its program within the guidelines of these organizations. Club Sports Club Sports offers competitive league play with other col- leges in the Baytown and Houston area, including flag foot- ball, soccer, basketball, tennis, and baseball. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six SCH and maintain a 2.0 GPA. Men's and women's teams are available. For season play and requirements, see the Recreation Coordinator, located in the gym. Intramural Competitions Intramural competitions are offered each semester at Lee College. Information regarding participation in table tennis, 8-ball, chess, basketball, racquetball, flag football, softball, and volleyball is available from the Recreation coordinator, located in the gym. Student Ambassador Program Lee College Student Ambassadors represent Lee College both on and off campus. Through their diversity and pas- sion, Ambassadors promote the benefits of education. The Ambassadors provide high schools and the surrounding community with resources and information about Lee Col- lege Programs and Recruitment Activities. The organization is always looking for people from diverse backgrounds and programs who demonstrate excellent communication skills, and leadership potential. A scholarship of $500 is awarded to each Ambassador who completes 45 hours of service per semester. For more information on this program or to apply, contact the recruitment office at 281.425.6260.

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