Lamar Institute of Technology welcomes any student interested in education and personal improvement. The Office of Student Services provides complete admissions assistance for entering students. Professionally trained personnel assist prospective students in assembling all admission credentials so that a transition into the college environment can be as smooth and problem-free as possible. Correspondence pertaining to admissions should be addressed to the Office of Student Services, Lamar Institute of Technology, P.O. Box 10043, Beaumont, TX 77710.
Lamar Institute of Technology, a two-year component of The Texas State University System, offers educational opportunity through an open-admissions policy which admits students who can benefit from post-secondary
education. Lamar Institute of Technology admits students without regard to race, color, creed, gender, age, national origin or disabilities. Lamar Institute of Technology does reserve the right to verify the citizenship and residency of any prospective student.
A student may be admitted to Lamar Institute of Technology based on one of the following criteria:
- High School Graduate
- High School Completer
- GED Certificate Holder
- Dual Enrollment Student
- Readmission of Student
- Transfer Student
- International Student
All methods of admission listed above require completion of an Application for Admission. Application can be found online at www.lit.edu or at the Office of Student Services.
Admission to Lamar Institute of Technology does not guarantee admission to specific courses or programs of study. Prerequisites and co-requisites are required for some courses. Lamar Institute of Technology reserves the right to refuse admission or readmission to any applicant who does not satisfy the admission criteria.
All students are required to maintain an @my.lit.edu e-mail account. All students will be assigned an LIT official e-mail address once their application has been processed. LIT sends most of its correspondence solely through e-mail. This includes correspondence such as policy announcements, emergency notices, event notifications, financial aid information, course syllabi and requirements, and correspondence between faculty and students. Such correspondence is e-mailed to the LIT official e-mail address.