Dual credit students who need assistance understanding course content or developing study skills can use the tutoring services available at the LSC-Montgomery and LSC-Conroe Center campus locations. Both locations offer a wide range of academic support services. Students who are unable to visit in-person can utilize online tutoring services for subject tutoring, writing consultations, and academic coaching. The information below will assist you in accessing both in-person and online tutoring and academic coaching services.
Individual and group-based learning assistance is available for a broad selection of courses, including accounting, A&P, biology, chemistry, computing, English, ESOL, geology, languages, math, and physics. Dual credit students can access these services online or in-person.
Lone Star College System, in partnership with Brainfuse/TutorMatch, offers all enrolled students unlimited pre-scheduled online tutoring services for math, sciences, accounting, computer technology, and writing. Dual credit students will need to use their LSC email credentials to access these services. For more information about how to access online tutoring, visit Online Tutoring.
In addition to online tutoring, the LSC-Montgomery Student Tutoring And Research (STAR) Center offers in-person tutoring, academic coaching, and study space, including computer stations and printing. For more information the STAR Cetner or to make an appointment, visit STAR Center Visit Us.
Our writing tutors are available to help you with any project at any stage of the writing process with an emphasis on structure, word choice, content, and sentence fluency. We support writing across all disciplines and projects beyond the standard essay or research paper. Our goal is to provide confidential and convenient academic support for all Lone Star College students requesting support.
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Writing tutoring is available to dual credit students online and in-person. For more information about writing consultations, visit Writing Resources.
Self-study resources allow you to learn at your own pace, focusing on areas you are most interested in or want to understand better. Available for a variety of subjects, these resources help you discover more about the topics you are studying in your courses and reduce feelings of frustration and anxiety. These resources have been identified and, in some cases, developed by LSC tutoring staff and faculty.
For more information, visit: Self-Study Resources
Academic coaching provides support and assistance in improving your academic skills and performance. Coaches can help you mitigate and overcome perceived barriers, identify areas of strength and weakness, devise a personalized plan of action for you, and more. Here are just some of the topics in which a coach can work with you in order for you to become more effective, and more successful in your academic goals going forward:
Live, interactive one-on-one sessions with an academic coach are available by appointment online or in-person. During the session, you'll work with an academic coach to identify barriers to success and develop a plan for overcoming those barriers. For more information on how to make either an in-person or an online coaching session appointment, please visit Academic Coaching page.
The Student Academic Success Skills (or S.A.S.S.) video series are pre-recorded video versions of the live academic skills workshops we offer. Not only do these videos allow you to learn the content at your own pace, but they also offer most of the same handouts (pdf format which you can print out and keep with you) and activity opportunities from our in-person workshops so you can still practice the skills that you are learning.
Each topic is broken down into short easy to watch videos that guide you through the entire workshop presentation at your leisure. For more information on how to access the pre-recorded videos, please visit Academic Skills Video Series.
Open Position | Coordinator III | 936.273.7494
Lead for STAR Center service desk operations, including hospitality, circulation services, reserve collection maintenance, and Conroe Center library services.
Rhonda Cox | Circulation Specialist III | 936.273.7462
BS, Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Houston-Downtown; AA, Lone Star College-Montgomery
Lead for evening STAR Center service desk operations, also supports collection maintenance, and provides technical support for public computer stations, patron printing, and student ID printing process.
Cole Williamson | Reference Librarian/Associate Professor | 936.273.7091
MS Library Science, University of North Texas; BA, History, University of Houston
Subject Librarian for: Accounting, Administrative Services, Business, Computer Information Technology, Drafting, Economics, Geography, Government/Political Science, History, Land Surveying, Management, and Marketing.
Lauren Dubell | Reference Librarian/Associate Professor | 936.273.7034
Master Library Science, San Jose State University; BA, History, California State University
Subject Librarian for: Astronomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Business, Chemistry, Emergency Medical Services, Engineering, Geology, Kinesiology, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Physics, and Radiology Technology.
Monica Cammack | Reference Librarian/Associate Professor | 936.273.7487
Master Library Science, Texas Woman's University; BS, Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Texas at Arlington
Subject Librarian for: Art, Automotive Technology, Dance, Drama/Theatre, Education, Humanities, Live Entertainment Technology, Machining, Math, Music, Professional Pilot, Visual Communications, and Welding.
Stefanie Anderson | Reference Librarian/Assistant Professor | 936.273.7020
Master Library Science, Texas Woman's University; BA, Psychology, Texas State University
Mozhgan Pourasadollah | Manager, Academic Support Services | 936.271.6216
MBA, Our Lady of the Lake University; BBA, University of Iran
Oversees subject and academic success skills tutoring, academic coaching, and desk services for all STAR Center spaces.
Yolanda Guimerans de Perarnau | Coordinator III | 936.271.6113
MSc, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, England; BA, Physics, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
Lead for subject tutoring, including scheduling and training. Also provides physics and math tutoring.
Adam Johnson | Coordinator III | 936.273.7414
Lead for academic success skills workshops and academic coaching.
Nathan Zingleman | Specialist IV | 936.272.7055
BS, Psychology, Sam Houston State University; AA, Lone Star College-Montgomery; AS, Lone Star College-Montgomery
Lead for writing tutoring and The Write Place.
Kara Castañon | Tutoring Specialist III | 936.273.7396
BA, English, Sam Houston State University; AA, Lone Star College-Montgomery
Lead for tutoring desk services, also provides academic coaching and writing tutoring.
Sarah Palacios-Wilhelm | Dean, Academic Affairs and Libraries | 936.273.7393
M.Ed., The George Washington University; MS/LIS, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; BA, Philosophy, The George Washington University
Oversees academic support services, including the STAR Center: Learning Center & Library, The Undergraduate Research Institute, Center for Civic Engagement, One Book One Campus, dual credit instructional support, and faculty professional development.
Steve Simon | Business Manager | 936.273.7453
BS, Texas A&M University
Lead for Academic Excellence Division human resources, budget, and administrative processes.