Lamar Institute of Technology

Silsbee Early College High School students visit LIT

Silsbee Early College High School Summer Bridge program students visited LIT on June 26 to learn about the importance of choices in high school and the impact of those choices on future career and educational goals. Ken Lamartiniere, coordinator of Dual Enrollment and Grant Development, provided information on the different outcomes available for students enrolled in early college high school, including 42 college semester credit hours, attainment of an associate degree, and how up to 60 semester credit hours can be applied toward a bachelor’s degree.

LIT holds ceremony for Technical Arts building

Tuesday, March 21, at Lamar Institute of Technology, the college celebrated the last beam put into place in its new Technical Arts building.
Nearly 200 people attended, including elected officials, community, business and industry leaders, students, staff and faculty, and LIT Foundation members. Attendees were treated to lunch.

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