Parents and Families
Looking to support your student’s academic journey? You play a vital role in their overall college experience, from their first campus visit to their graduation day.
Families of Current Gators
Learn more about the various resources available on campus and the dedicated personnel who strive to create a student-centered environment that prioritizes LSCO student growth.
Understand LSCO’s straightforward cost of attendance, including tuition and fees, and find information about payment options, deadlines, and installment plans.
Access information about campus events, student organizations, support services, and academic resources to better support your student’s success and feel connected to their campus community.
Gain a better understanding of the expectations and guidelines regarding academic policies, student conduct and behavior, and other campus procedures for LSCO students.
Families of Future Gators
Review Lamar State College Orange’s application requirements, financial aid resources and important deadlines, as well as step-by-step instructions about how to apply for both admission and various types of aid.
Know what to expect with our detailed breakdown of all costs associated with attending LSCO so that you can help your student make informed decisions about their financial plan for college.
Visiting campus is a crucial component of an incoming student's college search. We invite your family to join us in Orange, TX, for a campus tour or information session.
The new student checklist includes various tasks, such as completing health forms, registering for classes, and other important action items students should complete before beginning their future at LSCO.
Upcoming Events and Deadlines
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.”