by Charlotte Coyle, Reporter
Lone Star College-Kingwood students have been experiencing a unique problem these last two semesters. That problem being, they don’t currently have a campus, thanks to Hurricane Harvey. To deal with this problem, Kingwood students have been spread throughout other Lone Star College campuses. The LSC-Atascocita Center is one many Kingwood students now have classes at. Some students are slowly becoming familiar with the resources available for them on campus. To help those that are still not familiar with the campus, take a look at what the LSC-Atascocita Center offers.
The Library at the Lone Star College-Atascocita Center is located downstairs by the campus bookstore. At the Library students are able to access computers and printers, check out books they need for class, and receive tutoring services as well. The Library is open to students and teachers Monday through Saturday during the school year. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle.
A teaching lab, located inside the Library, is one of the several places where students can have access to computers to do their work or research on. The Silent Computer Lab is open as long as the library is open, Monday through Saturday. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle .
The campus bookstore is located near the Library, down the hallway. The bookstore is a great place to not only rent and buy books or school supplies but students can also stop by when in need of a snack or a drink. They also sell Lone Star College merchandise such as t-shirts, hats, lanyards, and other items for students who like to showcase their school pride. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle.
This upstairs area is one of the many areas students can get together with classmates and study. This area is located right above the main offices downstairs. A charging station is also placed near the tables for students who need to charge their laptops or phones. Student mentors from the AmeriCorps organization also set a table in this area to help students with any questions they have regarding time management, organization skills and even ones of Financial Aid. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle.
Vending machines and coffee machines are placed, both, upstairs and downstairs for students in need of a drink. The coffee machine offers a cheap, quick caffeine fix before students head off to class. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle.
The Tutoring Center, located in room AC 206, offers services to help students with math, science, and or writing. Tutors are there to help students with any help they need in a course. The Math and Writing Labs are open Monday through Saturday. The Science Lab is only open on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle.
Every student that goes to the Tutoring Center must sign in at this table. There are plenty of tables and computers available for students to work on assignments as well. For more information on tutoring schedules and updates, text @KWLSL to 81010 to get updates straight to your phone. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle .
Study rooms, throughout the campus, are occupied by students who prefer a quiet setting when studying. Students, like Caleb Ford (above), are able to use the white boards when working on assignments. March 3. Photo by Charlotte Coyle.