The Academy for Lifelong Learning is a membership community that offers free and low-cost classes, events and activities for adults age 50 and older.
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I’ve Signed Up for Class. Now What?
Welcome! After joining a class, make your way to Building F to get your Student ID. Park in any student parking lot (marked SP) and make your way to Building F. Be sure to bring your class confirmation email. You may also want to stop by the University Center (UC) Information Desk to pick up a copy of this map.
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Lifelong learners never stop! Building creativity with origami -Miyuki’s class.
The Academy for Lifelong Learning is a great place to learn and make new friends. Join us and be a part of a growing community of active adults.
Lone Star College-Montgomery will hold it's Open House for the Academy of Lifelong Learning.
Friday, August 16 from 1 to 3 pm, Star Ballroom
System Office, 5000 Research Forest Dr,
The Woodlands, TX 77381.
See you there.
ALL Lone Star College-Montgomery gives seniors the opportunity to take as many classes as they want or can handle for only $25 a year. All colleges should have a program like this.
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Members of ALL have lots of additional Benefits you might not know. Things like a Free Microsoft Office package, a Free Subscription to the New York Times and many more.
Copy the following link to your browser, it will open a Powerpoint presentation that explains each Benefit. Link follows:
ALL was invited and attended the Shadowbend YMCA Senior Open House and Activity Fair. Great fun in interaction with 55 potential New Students and 2 New Instructors. Good Day !!
Fall Semester has started and we're already having fun. "Bridge for Beginners" is off to a Great Start, with 4 tables of eager new players. It meets on Thursday's from 1pm to 3 pm in Room 301 TUC. Stop by and have some fun. 😊
All is a place where you can learn and make new friends!
Hi, my name is Lia Clarkson. And I am a passionate enthusiastic fan
of life-long learning. Here's my story. I lived in Austin, Texas for
forty years in the same house, with the same friends. I knew
everybody. I felt at home. I had my support system. I knew all my
doctors. I had the lady who
did my nails for 10-15 years. And suddenly I got a call from my
grandson. He says I need you. And I had to move to help him. I had
to move to the Woodlands. I left my home and everything in my late
70's and that's hard to do. And so what happed to me, is the
discovery of life-long learning. I found out that you don't stop
learning because you get old; you get old because you stop learning.
Because you lose your joy for the new; the discovery. I found classes
here that range from learning to play the Appalachian Dulcimer to
current events; and a discussion in a civil manner, with people whom
you may not agree with all the time, but they are intellectually
challenging and stimulating and the opportunity to sit and have that
kind of discussion is extraordinary. You can be a part of this too.
On August 18th the Lone Star College Montgomery is having an Open
House for the Academy of Life Long Learning. It will be held August
18th from 11 to 1 in Building B. Parking is available here on the
campus and you can sign up at that very moment. You can meet some
professors. You can meet and discuss some of the classes. And there are
no tests. There are no grades. It's just learning for the love of
Hi, my name is Lia Clarkson. And I am a passionate enthusiastic fan of life-long learning. Here's my story. I lived in Austin, Texas for forty years in the same house, with the same friends. I knew everybody. I felt at home. I had my support system. I knew all my doctors. I had the lady who did my nails for 10-15 years. And suddenly I got a call from my teen-aged
grandson. He says I need you. And I had to move to help him. I had to move to the Woodlands. I left my home and everything in my late 70's and that's hard to do. And so what happened to me, is the discovery of life-long learning.
I found out that you don't stop learning because you get old; you get old because you stop learning. Because you lose your joy for the new; the discovery. I found classes here that range from learning to play the Appalachian Dulcimer to current events; and a discussion in a civil manner, with people whom you may not agree with all the time, but they are intellectually challenging and stimulating and the opportunity to sit and
have that kind of discussion is extraordinary. You can be a part of this too.
On August 18th the Lone Star College Montgomery is having an Open House for the Academy of Life Long Learning. It will be held August 18th from 11 to 1 in Building B. Parking is available here on the campus and you can sign up at that very moment. You can meet some professors. You can
meet and discuss some of the classes. And there are no tests. There are no grades. It's just learning for the love of learning.
This is our campus Y’ALL :)
Fall Semester Class Schedules
Members will receive their Class Schedules in the mail, if they have not arrived they will soon. They are also available at the Community Centers, Libraries, and YMCA in both the Woodlands and Conroe. See you in Class.
HI ALL! -Steven G.
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FAQs for ALL Courses
Q. What is Academy for Lifelong Learning?
The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is a membership community that enriches the lives of senior adults by providing stimulating classes and seminars, social activities, skills development, and opportunities for personal growth. The ALL program is conducted at each Lone Star Campus for an affordable annual fee.
Q. How does the ALL Program Function?
The ALL Program is a Volunteer operation. The Advisory Committee functions as the operations management team for the program. This team oversees the marketing of the program to the age group of 50+ individuals in the area, solicits volunteer instructor, compiles the input for the semester class catalog and the organizes the semi-annual Open House event for semester registration.
Q. Who are the members of the Advisory Committee?
The members of the Advisory Committee include but are not limited to the Curriculum Team, Outreach, Information Technology, Open House, Secretary/Treasurer, Reception Desk and the ALL Program Manager.
Q. How can I learn more about the ALL Volunteer Team?
Use the following link to access the Volunteer Teams roles and responsibilities. https://montgomeryall.wordpress.com/
Q. How can I Volunteer to help the ALL Program?
Complete the application form located at the following link: http://www.lonestar.edu/13175.htm
Q. How can I find out and familiarize myself with the campus and the ALL Program?
There are orientation classes each semester for using Lone Star College computers and to learn the Benefits of A.L.L. Membership. You can find these in the Membership and Computer & Technology sections of your catalog.
Q. Why aren’t there courses listed for the summer?
Academy for Lifelong Learning classes are divided into Fall (August – December) and Spring (January – July). Summer classes will have a 4-digit registration number rather than the usual 5-digit number and will be listed in the Spring Catalog.
Q. Where do I park for classes?
• For classes at the University Center you may park in the adjacent lots or in the Sam Houston Parking garage on level 2 or higher.
• Parking passes are required and may be obtained from the police station located in the southeast corner of the ground level of the Montgomery Campus Parking Garage. For more information visit http://www.lonestar.edu/parking.htm.
• For Open House we suggest parking in the parking structure in the West Parking lot which is also shaded. Open House is held in building B, also called the Health Science Center. You may get your parking pass at Open House.
Q. Are fees due for membership each semester?
Fees are due for the Academic (not calendar) year. The $25 fee is good for the school year (Sept 1 thru August 31) for Montgomery only or $50 for a Global membership that is good for any ALL program in the Lone Star College System. Fees are not prorated and there are no refunds for the membership fee.
Q. Are there other senior age 50+ programs available?
A national movement by the Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILRs) connects seniors over age 50 to local colleges and universities for lifelong learning programs. You may also google Elderhostel Network (EIN), Road Scholar, or simply “Learning in Retirement” for more information.
Q. My receipt statement is confusing, how do I read it?
The key is the 5-digit class number assigned to the specific class in the computer. The receipt will show a title that is 30 characters or less as allowed by the computer’s scheduling program, which may or may not be the exact title of the class. Please be sure to review your receipt carefully for the 5-digit (4-digit in summer) class number and location.
Q. What does TUC mean?
TUC stands for The University Center located on the Montgomery Campus. Most Montgomery ALL classes are held in this building.
Q. Why doesn’t the name of the class in the schedule match exactly to my receipt?
Your receipt reflects a title that is 30 characters or less as allowed by the computer’s scheduling program, and may or may not be the exact title of the class. It is your responsibly to check the class number against the catalog and/or website and enter it onto your personal calendar.
Q. Why don’t all my classes appear on the receipt?
If a class is full, or has been canceled, you were not registered and it will not appear on the receipt. Keep your receipt for future reference of registration and payment.
Q. Why do I have to give my social security number?
All colleges require a social security number. You need only give this the first time you to get a student ID number that will stay with you forever. You may get a photo ID with this number from Student Services.
Q. What is a student ID number?
A student ID number is assigned so you can register, use the library, and access other college services. The student ID number is different from your student username, which is a short combination of your name and possibly a number. The student username is used for your student email and login name for the school’s computers and/or Wi-Fi network.
Q. What is myLoneStar?
myLoneStar is access to your specific on-line information including personal info, your classes, your email etc. myLoneStar is part of the software database for college students at LSC. You will need to know your Lone Star username and password to access myLoneStar.
Q. The computer has the wrong address for me. How do I change it?
You can change it online in the “Self Serve” section of myLoneStar if you have obtained your student ID number and username. We recommend taking a Consult-a-Tech class or an Orientation class. You may also go to the IT office in Building E for assistance, or you can stop by the CE office in E205. For an in-person visit, bring your Driver License with the correct address.
Q. Can I register on-line?
Once you receive your student ID, username and password you can register on line by following the myLoneStar link on the Lonestar.edu website. You will find step-by-step instruction in the opening pages of the Academy for Lifelong Learning catalog. Be aware that the system is designed for credit students, so you will need to limit your list of classes when registering online.
Q. Why am I told the class is full or closed and I know there will be empty seats?
The classrooms are assigned by the number of chairs in the room. We overbook by 20% to account for no-shows. If the class is closed we suggest you call back just before the class starts to see if there are any cancellations.
Q. How do I cancel a class?
Please call our registration number at 936.273.7446 and cancel at least 48 hours in advance. We don’t keep waiting lists and students do call us to see if space is available for closed classes.
Q. Who decides what classes we will have?
The ALL Curriculum Committee made up of volunteers and staff who review course proposals to create the schedule each semester approximately three to four months prior to the printed schedule’s release.
Q. What If I have a class I would like to recommend?
• You can submit a Course Proposal on-line: https://tinyurl.com/MG-ALL-Proposal.
• Or, you can leave a suggestion at the ALL desk in Room 301a of The University Center. The Curriculum committee will review all course proposals and suggestions.
Q. The classes at the University Center (TUC) don’t have a room number. Where do I go?
Check the door to the ALL Center in room 301a.
Q. What happens when the room changes?
• Check at the Info Desk, or the door to the ALL Center in room 301a.
• For offsite locations, look for the addresses in the printed schedule.
• Registered student will be notified by email or phone whenever possible.
Q. Where can I find fitness classes on campus?
ALL has a number of Health and Fitness classes geared to seniors. You may also be interested in a Community Membership at the Wellness Center in Building A. Community Wellness Center Memberships are available for a minimal fee. You must get the appropriate form, available at the Wellness Center. Be sure to take your student ID. For more information visit http://www.lonestar.edu/fitness-montgomery.htm
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ALL Fall Schedule of Classes is Online. The link is http://wwwapps.lonestar.edu/flipbook/ALL/Fall2018/Schedule.pdf. Printed version has not arrived yet, however you can select your classes and register a Building E, Room 205. First Class is September 21, Course number 17657. Have FUN 😊
Lone Star College-North Harris
Offices will be closed July 4 and July 5. Student services will be available Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
ALL Fall 2018 Catalog
Fall Catalog is expected to be out of the printer sometime after July 4. You'll be notified when they are completed HERE on Facebook.
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"ALL" The Academy for Lifelong Learning is a membership community that offers free and low-cost classes, events and activities for adults age 50 and older. Choose from technology, health and wellness, financial planning, community service projects, literary discussion groups, genealogy, arts and crafts, an insider's view of Texas history, and more.
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