Students interested in taking a class during our Interim term MUST attend each day.
Student Nursing Forums will take place on the April 28th and 29th.
We are looking for the best and brightest. Join the Honors Program at Lawson State.
Thank you to the best faculty, staff and students in the world.
Don't delay. Register for the summer term today.
Lawson State Women's Basketball Team defeats Wallace-Hanceville by a score of 66-50. Wins Championship!!!
Lawson State's Culinary Arts Department Participates in Congressional Pilgrimage
Register for Mini-term 2 classes today. The new term begins Friday, March 6th.
Note to All Online Students: A $50 additional testing fee applies to all online courses. In addition, many online courses have automatic book fee deductions.
The Spring Dual Enrollment Schedule is Out!!! Apply and Register Today!
Taking an online course requires a specific skill set, self discipline, download capability, Internet access and having a personal computer. Are you prepared?
All Mini-term 2 students should report to class with their textbooks the first day of class (this week).
Can't attend your instructor's on campus proctoring date (for your Mid-term), we have more dates and times.
Visit our bookstore today to secure your textbook.
Mini-term 2 Classes Begin the Week of October 13th. Register Now!
Pay all Tuition & Fees by Sept. 19th!
9/18 Thursday's Events (Click Here for Details):
Cookout 11:30-12:30 p.m. (Bessemer Quad); Freshmen Mixer, Fashion Show & After 5 Affair 7-11:00 p.m. (Birmingham Cafeteria). Free food, live performances, DJ Smoove
We've changed our Spring Break dates to mirror local school districts and to help our students and staff members (who have children). View the updated dates.
All DE students must have a STATE issued ID or Driver's License to be eligible.
Regardless of your financial aid status, you need to attend all of your classes the first week.
Be mindful of additional testing fees for online courses before registering. Click here to learn more.
The class Drop & Add period runs from August 18th through August 22nd. Check for cancelled classes via the online schedule look-up feature. Attend classes on the first day, regardless of your financial aid or payment status.
What's Coming in August 2014: Culinary Arts Degree!!! Hospitality Management!!! Advanced Emergency Medical Technician!!! Phlebotomy Technician!!! Pharmacy Technician!! Homeland Security!!! Recreation!!!
EWI of Birmingham’s 2013 Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST)Scholarship Awards Reception...
Coty Clark Signs
University of Montevallo baseball coach Chandler Rose announced the hiring of Blake Lewis as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator July 16....
Farmers Market Opens
Finding New Chancellor
Governor Bentley Signs Executive Order
JUCO Forward Committs
If you would like more information on the Lawson State auto mechanics program, call Tom Berryman at 929-3483.
December 2012 – BIRMINGHAM, ALThe Humanities Department of Lawson State Community College will present their annual Christmas Concert featuring the Lawson State Choir and Jazz Band in "A Joyful Festival of Christmas Music" on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. at the Bessemer Civic Center.
Poker playing professor from...
Bessemer, AL –Students of Hank Wade’s Advanced Architectural Drawing class presented a proposed addition to the Dave and Buster’s chain of gaming restaurants in a recent special evening exhibition.
BESSEMER, AL - As a special year-end celebration, Lawson State Community College held its Annual Honors and Awards Day to recognize the outstanding accomplishments and achievements of students in academics, service and leadership.
Susan Price Graduation Speaker
Thrower signs with Talladega College
Upward Bound Grant
Shelby County Reporter
BIRMINGHAM, AL - C-SPAN, Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network, will visit Lawson State Community College as it begins its 2011 LCV Cities Tour in Birmingham during the week of October 31 through November 4.
What: An unveiling of new electric vehicle charging stations at the Alabama Center for Automotive Excellence at Lawson State Community College.
Bessemer, AL – It was an evening of elegance and “Royalty at its Best” as the Lawson State family and friends gathered for the Coronation of Miss Lawson State 2011.
BIRMINGHAM, AL - Dr. Perry W. Ward, president of Lawson State Community College, received recognition today at the White House as a “Champion of Change,” which is part of President Obama’s Winning the Future initiative.
BIRMINGHAM, AL (Sept. 8, 2011) Lawson State Community College has been awarded a 1.6 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to fund the 2-Pi STEM (2-Pathways into STEM) Project.
June 2011 - Lawson State Community College invites students entering the 10th, 11th and 12th grade to come and discover the world of robotics and manufacturing on the Bessemer campus in a summer camp running June 13 – 16 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
BIRMINGHAM, AL (May 6, 2011) - Birmingham Mayor William Bell will deliver the spring commencement address for Lawson State Community College at 10:00 a.m. May 7 at the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center, East Exhibition Hall II.
BIRMINGHAM, AL - In the aftermath of the recent tornadoes and storms, the Lawson State family, including President Perry W. Ward and approximately 100 faculty, staff, and students volunteered on Thursday at Scott Elementary School with relief efforts in devastated Pratt City.
BESSEMER, AL (March 10, 2011) - Residents and students interested in jobs and health opportunities were able to meet with about three dozen company representatives at yesterday’s annual Career and Wellness Fair hosted by Lawson State Community College.
BIRMINGHAM, AL (February 2011) —The 2011 Conference of the Alabama Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (AlaMATYC), will be held on Friday, February 18 at Lawson State Community College.
BIRMINGHAM, AL - (January 2011) — More workers could be eligible for a special tax credit this year and not know it. As a result, many may overlook claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit, or EITC, which can put anywhere from $2 to more than $5,600 into their pockets.