Lone Star College–Montgomery

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Lone Star College–Montgomery
Type Community college
Location The Woodlands, Texas, USA
Affiliations Lone Star College System
Mascot Mavericks
Website lonestar.edu/montgomery
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Coordinates: 30°12′39″N 95°28′03″W / 30.21087°N 95.46746°W / 30.21087; -95.46746 Lone Star College–Montgomery (formerly Montgomery College) is a Texas community college in The Woodlands Township, Texas, Montgomery County, United States, south of the city of Conroe.

It was founded in 1992 and is part of the Lone Star College System, serving the Montgomery County area.

The school enrolled just over 9,200 credit students in the fall 2007 semester and is the only Lone Star College System college to offer biotechnology, physical therapist assistant and land surveying degrees.

The campus supports many extracurricular clubs, such as Club 429: The Queer-Straight Alliance, Anime Club, The Student Geomatics Association, The Student Veterans Association, Psychology Club, International Students Organization, and foreign language organizations. The campus publishes two student publications: The Voice of LACM and Swirl Literary Arts Magazine.

The current campus was dedicated August 14, 1995, by then-Governor George W. Bush.

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