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Student resources guide

The purpose of this guide is to collect the information that has been disseminated by the college regarding:

  • Updates on the college's response to COVID-19
  • Educational and life resources available to students through the college and the community.

Free COVID-19 Testing for Community

Drive-through COVID-19 testing will be available at Lee College from 9/30-10/1, 7 AM - 2 PM. 

  • Register online at: https://secure.hcphes.org/focusedmobile5/ or by phone: 832-927-7575.  Select Mobile site 5.
  • After you register, you will receive a registration code that you must bring with you on the test day.
  • Each person being tested must complete registration and provide a valid email address to receive test results.

On the day of the test:

  • The drive-thru testing will take place in the Tucker Hall parking lot at the corner of Gulf Street and South Whiting Street in Baytown (driving directions to Lee College). Enter the parking lot from Gulf Street. Traffic monitors will be available to direct you to the testing area.
  • You must bring an unexpired government ID card and your registration code.

Read the Harris County Public Health flyer for information about what to expect on your test day.

Fall 2020 Course Delivery Methods

Lee College is offering four different course delivery methods starting Fall 2020:

  • MyTime (Online Classes)
    Take your classes online, at any time. Our most flexible option allows you to work on coursework whenever your schedule allows, and you won’t come to campus at any point.
  • LeeStream (Online on a Schedule)
    If you like the structure of a routine, this option is for you! All coursework will be completed online, but the lectures and virtual instruction will happen at specific times on certain days, just like a typical face-to-face course.
  • MyFlex Hybrid
    Technical and applied skill courses will follow a hybrid format. Most class instruction will be delivered online. Students will come to campus in small groups to complete hands-on learning and practical testing.
  • Face-to-Face
    On-campus classes in classroom/lab. Students are required to be in class at designated times. If COVID-19 conditions require the class to be moved to online learning after the semester has started, the class will shift to MyTime (asynchronous) or LeeStream (synchronous) format.

Contact your professors

Your professors will be working from home and will be accessible to students remotely.

Contact them through:

  • Your class Blackboard page OR:
  • Contact information they provided on their course syllabi.  To find it:
    • Go to www.lee.edu/students
      • Scroll down the page past the header that says, "Helpful links for current and future students"
      • Choose "Class Syllabi"

Screenshot of www.lee.edu/students

Lee College Daily Health Form

Campus News Related to COVID-19

Emails from the college will be sent to your Lee College email account.  http://www.lee.edu/logins/email/

For questions about coronavirus precautions and issues at Lee, email us at: coronavirus@lee.edu.

Procedure for Dropping Courses Fall 2020

If a student wants to drop a class, follow this procedure:

For further questions, please contact the Admissions Department at admissions@lee.edu.

Lee Cares

Lee Cares provides emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled students.  Use the following link to fill out an application.