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  • LSCPA donates much-needed medical supplies

    In the grand scheme of the COVID-19 global pandemic, small gestures truly do make a big difference. Lamar State College Port Arthur donated medical supplies from its Allied Health Program to CHRISTUS Southeast Texas St. Elizabeth Hospital on Wednesday, including 200 of the highly-sought-after N95 respiratory masks. The idea for the supply donation was that of Allied Health Director Shirley MacNeill and her program coordinators. Read More

  • COVID-19: Message from the President

    The LSCPA community is facing very difficult challenges associated with the global COVID-19 pandemic. Please know that my thoughts are with each of you as we address the health and safety of our family, friends, and community. The campus continues to daily monitor the ever-changing conditions regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. To address the immediate challenges of the COVID-19 virus, LSCPA has implemented several campus changes.  Read More

  • POSTPONED: Rodney Crowell headlines Gulf Coast Gala

    The 17th Annual Gulf Coast Gala has been postponed until a later date due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Information regarding rescheduling of the event will follow as it becomes available.

    Infamous songwriter, producer and performer Rodney Crowell will present “An Evening with Rodney Crowell & Friends” as the headline act for the 17th Annual Gulf Coast Gala at Lamar State College Port Arthur. Read More

  • College cancels classes March 16-20 as coronavirus precaution

    In light of recent developments regarding COVID-19, Lamar State College Port Arthur has opted to take a proactive effort to safeguard its students by canceling classes scheduled for March 16-20. Dual enrollment students and those taking classes through the Woodrow Wilson Early College High School will attend classes as planned.
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  • Census Bureau encourages students to apply for jobs

    The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring temporary workers for the 2020 Census. College students are highly encouraged to apply. Texas students will contribute to their communities as Census takers and will benefit personally by gaining public service experience while earning income. Read More

  • President Reynard honored by Senator Creighton

    Texas Sen. Brandon Creighton delivered proclamations to members of the Port Arthur Education Foundation board during the annual State of Education luncheon in Port Arthur on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Sen. Creighton was the keynote speaker for the event which also featured presentations from Lamar State College Port Arthur President Dr. Betty Reynard and Port Arthur ISD Superintendent Dr. Mark Porterie. A commemorative flag was also presented to Port Arthur Education Foundation Board President Barbara Phillips. The flag was flown over the state capitol before being presented at the State of Education event. Pictured, from left, are Reynard, Phillips, Creighton and Porterie.
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  • LSCPA educators team up for students’ success

    Drs. Yumi Shin and Michelle Judice discovered an 85 percent improvement in grades for English papers written by Judice’s Fall 2019 students after Shin offered the students instruction in how to find books and scholarly articles in the campus’ Gates Memorial Library. Read More

  • New LSCPA Mobile App puts power in students’ hands

    The power of education is in the palm of your hand at Lamar State College Port Arthur. The college unveiled a major update to its mobile app, giving current and future students at LSCPA the ability to access information about a myriad list of information critical to students’ success. Read More

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