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Lone Star College Montgomery

The Woodlands, TX

5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77381

http://www.lonestar.edu

Lone Star College Montgomery is a two-year community college located on a striking campus in The Woodlands, TX. It has obtainable for anybody admissions, with a 100% acceptance rate. Lone Star College Montgomery's most highly demanded major is an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities, which is elected by 57% of the student body. Alternative common selections include Nursing, which accounts for 4% of students, and Welding (4%). If you want to get a degree in veterinary studies, pharmacy or protective services at a college in Texas but don't have high test scores, it is an amazing option for you, because it is ranked third in the state for all 3 of these subjects. What's more, it placed 6th in TX on our best community colleges list. For those of you based in Texas, full price tuition costs $4,074 per year. Out-of-state applicants, however, must shell out $5,460 a year. That being said, just below three fiths of undergrads receive financial aid. 22% of Lone Star College Montgomery undergraduates graduate, heading into the labor force prepared to make an income. The median graduate goes on to make a salary of $30,300 two years after receiving their diplomas. After another four years on the job, the alumni's average yearly salary climbs 19.5% to $36,200; however, that is still 9.7% south of the national median salary. Applicants might also want to be informed that it doesn't have early decision. In addition, the student-faculty ratio is 20:1. Regarding finances, be aware that 46% of undergraduates get financial aid through Pell grants. Its overall rating on School Authority is 8.24 and when grading its level of diversity, it received a 9.53 out of 10. To wrap things up, the highest-earning fourth of graduates take home $54,000 or more, six years after receiving their diplomas and the average student graduates with debt of $3,539 per year.

Ratings

8.97

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Admissions

100%

Acceptance

SAT Score

-

ACT Score

-

Cost

Net Price:

$7,350/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$5,468/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

57%

Academics


21:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

23%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

21:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Liberal Arts and Humanities

5664

Nursing

379

Welding

377

Nursing

244

Manufacturing Engineering Technician

233

HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician

232

Business

193

Early Childhood Education

183

Value

In State Tuition
$3,880/year
Out of State Tuition
$5,200/year