• Control: Public
  • Carnegie Classification: Associate Colleges [Community Colleges]
  • Institution: 2 Year
  • Enrollment: > 10,000

2023 Recognition Categories

  • Shared Governance
  • Faculty Experience
  • Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging

What makes your college a great place to work?

President's Statement

Lone Star College plays a major role in our community, contributing an educated workforce and supporting the region's economic vitality. We recognize our employees are our most valuable asset. As one of the largest producers of associate degrees and certificates nationwide, our world-class faculty and staff remain focused on increasing student success and serving our community. We are honored to be recognized for our efforts in making the college a great place to work.

Employee Comment

The most important aspect of working at Lone Star College is the sense that we are committed to a continual process of self-improvement, questioning, evaluation, and genuine desire to create a better institution for all. That sense of cooperation and commitment is important. All may not agree on an approach, but there is commitment to listening respectfully to one another and working together on all aspects of institutional life.

Vital Statistics

    Employee Counts

  • Full-time Administrators: 310
  • Full-time Exempt Professional Staff: 806
  • Full-time Faculty: 920
  • Full-time Non-exempt Staff: 829
  • Adjunct Faculty: 2,646

    Average Annual Salary

  • Full-time Administrators: $119,112
  • Full-time Faculty: $76,831
  • Full-time Exempt Professional Staff: $64,404
  • Full-time Non-exempt Staff: $44,331

    Voluntary Turnover Rate

  • Full-time Faculty: 6%
  • Full-time Staff: 15%
  • 9 Years Recognized
  • 6 Years Honor Roll

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