• No rain, no snow ... Fall 2018 sees successful start

    There were no flood waters to traverse and with temperatures hovering in a balmy 90-degree range, there wasn’t a snowflake in sight. The first day of classes for Lamar State College Port Arthur went off without a problem on Monday as the campus welcomed students from across the region for the Fall 2018 semester. Read More

  • Room changes for Fall 2018 classes

    Great things have been happening at Lamar State College Port Arthur over the past several months, including a remarkable renovation of classrooms in the Madison Monroe Educational Building. Read More

  • 'Bullets for Broadway' benefits LSCPA, PALT

    When a group of Port Arthur friends sat down to plan a fundraiser for Lamar State College Port Arthur and the Port Arthur Little Theater, they came up with a killer idea … literally. “Bullets for Broadway” murder-mystery theater will be presented Thursday, Aug. 30, at 6 p.m. in the Carl Parker Center banquet room with proceeds benefitting LSCPA and PALT. Read More

  • Partnership sends new generation into refinery construction

    “If you build it, they will come” is turning out to be more than just a bit of sage movie wisdom.
    Total Refinery announced two years ago that it would be building a $1.7 billion ethane steam cracker in Port Arthur. Immediately, a group of industrial-related partners realized that a local construction workforce must also be built.
    The resulting collaboration is the Construction Site Carpentry program, facilitated by Lamar State College Port Arthur. The class, which feeds its graduates into local refinery construction jobs, is offered at no cost to students Read More

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