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  • LSCPA’s newest “doc” models successful role  

    “I didn't do it for any reason other than wanting to become an example of what is possible, especially for African-American girls. Sometimes the best example is to be the example."
    -- Roszella Offord, Ed.D, Lamar State College Port Arthur’s Director of Online Learning, on why she recently completed her Doctorate of Education degree.
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  • LSCPA offers one-stop CDL training, testing

    Supply chains stretched thin during the Covid-19 outbreak reinforce the importance of truck drivers to Americans’ health and well-being. The truck driving school at Lamar State College Port Arthur has become even a bigger link in that chain, thanks to a recent move by the federal government.

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  • LSCPA plans to resume face-to-face instruction this fall

    The Texas State University System’s seven member institutions, including Lamar State College Port Arthur, have begun plans to resume face-to-face instruction this fall, while implementing enhanced health and safety measures to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Institution leaders are working to develop campus-specific operational plans based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and other public health agencies. Read More

  • Sempra donation bolsters LSCPA Food Pantry

    Sempra LNG, through its Foundation’s COVID Nonprofit Hardship Fund, has decided that no student should go hungry. The Sempra Energy Foundation has donated $20,000 to the Port Arthur Higher Education Foundation which, in turn, will provide $6,000 to the Lamar State College Port Arthur Food Bank. LSCPA administrators are currently determining the best way to assist students using the additional $14,000 from the Sempra contribution. Read More

  • $1M COVID-19 federal funding benefits LSCPA students

    In what is the first wave of federal funding to help offset COVID-19 financial losses, more than $1 million has been dedicated to Lamar State College Port Arthur through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. Read More

  • 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

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