Lamar Institute of Technology
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Our alumni earn a larger salary than students from any two-year school in Texas.

If you want tomorrow’s career, enroll at Lamar Institute of Technology today.

LIT students earn more than their peers, get an earlier start on their careers and land jobs in the fields shaping the future of the American economy.


Lamar Institute of Technology offers more than 50 degree and certificate programs–in fields including healthcare, energy, technology and public safety.

Healthcare and Sciences

Work in the health sector in a field such as Sonography, Dental Hygiene or Pharmacy.

General Education

Take a variety of courses to broaden your education or earn credits for a transfer degree.


Get a degree or certificate in a field such as Office Manangement, Web Design & Development or Real Estate.


Find success in an industrial field such as Welding, Diesel Mechanics, or working as a Lineman.

Workforce & Continuing Education

Further your career or develop a new skill in workforce classes, including corporate training and the Safety Awareness Institute.

Public Service and Safety

Prepare for a career in the public sector by studying to be a Paramedic, work in Homeland Security or Forensic Science.

What’s Happening on Campus


Summer I and III: On-line and on-campus registration ends.
Summer I and III: First day of classes.
Summer I and III: Last day to register late and last day to drop.
First day for students to notify the department of their major of their intent to graduate and to schedule a degree plan audit.
Summer I: Last day for students to drop Summer I classes and receive a refund. 4th Class Day (Census Day).


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LIT Offering ESL English Improvement Course for Professionals

Lamar Institute of Technology (LIT) will offer an eight-week English as a Second Language (ESL): English Improvement I course from June 3-August 1, 2024. The course is tailored for individuals seeking to learn English as an additional language, with a focus on the practical application within a professional context. “Clear...
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LIT Welding Receives $343,340 JET Grant

LIT has been selected as a recipient of the Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) Grant from the Texas Workforce Commission. The college was awarded a check on April 18, 2024, in the amount of...
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LIT Earns 19 Awards at Skills USA State Competition

Students and advisors from LIT participated in the 2024 SkillsUSA state competition in Houston, TX April 18-20, 2024. “Diligent, hard work goes into preparing students to attend the state contest,” said Stacy Taylor, Skills USA...
attachment image-LIT Utility Line Program Hosts Annual Rodeo

LIT Utility Line Program Hosts Annual Rodeo

The Lamar Institute of Technology (LIT) Utility Line program will host the annual Lineman Rodeo from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the Frank Robinson Center, 1355 W. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Silsbee,...
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Lamar Institute of Technology Students Excel at National Troubleshooting Competition

Lamar Institute of Technology (LIT) announces the success of its Process Operating students at the North America Process Technology Association National Troubleshooting Competition, held at the College of the Mainland in Texas City on April...

Ways to Study

Experience student life at our campus in Beaumont.

Earn college credit while still enrolled in high school.

Attend class any time, anywhere.

How to Attend LIT

Lamar Institute of Technology welcomes any student committed to education and personal improvement. Here are tools to help you begin your journey:

  1. 1 Choose a path of study
  2. 2 Start the application process
  3. 3 Get help paying for college
  4. 4 Search class schedules
  5. 5 Register for classes