Information for High School Counselors & Teachers
You Make a Difference
As teachers and counselors, you play a crucial role in your students’ college search process — you are often the first point of contact for students who are exploring their higher education options. Stay informed about admissions, financial aid and academics at Lamar State College Orange so that you can provide guidance and support to students during the new and exciting college search journey.
Lamar State College Orange has an open admissions policy that begins with the ApplyTexas online application. After completing this step, depending on the student type, students may need to submit additional information to be considered for admission to LSCO. All student credentials, like high school transcripts, must be official copies and be sent directly to the Admissions and Records Office.
Learn more about the LSCO application process for all types of students that you may be assisting or contact the Admissions and Records Office with any questions you may have.
Plan Your Visit
Group visits provide a great opportunity to see and learn about the many academic and experiential programs offered at LSCO. We look forward to welcoming you and your students to campus for a specialized campus tour.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Affordability is our top priority — we are committed to ensuring your students receive a valuable learning experience at an accessible and transparent cost. Our cost and financial aid information is comprehensive, with a simple application process for different types of aid and scholarships available.
Students can also access detailed instructions on how to apply for the FAFSA and other federal aid programs. Contact our Financial Aid Advisors with any questions you or your students may have.
Additional Resources for Teachers and Counselors
Lamar State College Orange offers associate degrees and certificates of completion in six different degree pathways, including areas like health professions, industry and manufacturing, and more. Check out all of our degree programs and their course offerings.
If your students are interested in participating in dual credit coursework, LSCO has the resources to ensure they have a valuable educational experience. All credits earned are fully transferable to any public college or university in the state of Texas and to most other colleges and universities as well.
Our Academic Advisors provide students advice in regard to placement and registration for LSCO coursework. Students preparing to enter college or currently enrolled in dual credit courses can work with Advisors to plan their classes based on their selected degree program.
See the resources and support services that are available for your students interested in attending LSCO.
LSCO students have a wide range of interests that extend well beyond their major — both in and out of the classroom. Read their stories to learn more about how LSCO helped them on their journey to achieving their goals.
“We are on campus all the time even though I am an online student. Being able to have a place on campus means a lot to me.”
“Community is really important to me, and I love the community in Orange.”