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Lone Star College System does not

discriminate on the basis of race,

color, gender, religion, disability,

age, veteran status, nationality, sexual

orientation, or ethnicity in provisions of

educational opportunities or employment

opportunities and benefits.

LSCS colleges make statistics available

regarding persistence, completion

and graduation rates of full-time

undergraduate certificate or degreeseeking

students. The colleges also

report beginning salaries earned by

recent graduates.

LSCS colleges require specific standards

of conduct relating to alcohol and

substance abuse, and provide education

and consultation to students seeking

assistance with alcohol and drug

issues.

LSCS colleges have in place a process

for students to appeal decisions or file

formal grievances related to academic

progress and student life on campus.

LSCS colleges report campus crime

statistics.

ACCREDITATIONS

AND MEMBERSHIPS

ACCREDITATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

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Please contact the student services office at any

college or access the system’s home page at

www.LoneStar.edu for complete policies and

information.

The provisions and information set forth in this

catalog are intended to be informational and

not contractual in nature. Lone Star College

System reserves and retains the right to amend,

alter, change, delete or modify any of the

provisions of this catalog at any time or in any

manner that the administration or Board of

Trustees of the Lone Star College System deems

to be in the best interest of the college.

The policies and procedures stated herein

are for the student’s benefit and assistance.

The administration of the system reserves the

right to act as final interpreter of this catalog.

Additionally, the system reserves the right to

change, without prior notice, tuition, fees,

requirements and regulations, as obligated

by district or legislative action.

The system cannot guarantee that courses listed

in this catalog will be offered in any given

term or year at any college. Registration for a

particular section, course or program will be

permitted only until available classroom space

or facilities have been filled. LSCS reserves

the right to cancel any course or section for

which enrollment is insufficient.

A student who wishes to review documents

regarding the accreditation of Lone Star

College System may do so by making an

appointment with the chief student-affairs

officer.

Equal Opportunity Statement

Lone Star College System is committed to the

principle of equal opportunity in education and

employment. The system does not discriminate

against individuals on the basis of race, color,

gender, religion, disability, age, veteran status,

nationality, sexual orientation, or ethnicity in

the administration of its educational policies,

admissions policies, employment policies,

scholarship and loan programs, and other

system or college administered programs

and activities.

Inquiries concerning LSCS’s policies,

compliance with applicable laws, statutes,

and regulations (such as Title VI, Title IX, and

Section 504), and complaints may be directed

to the associate vice chancellor for human

resources and diversity, 832.813.6646.

The associate vice chancellor for human

resources and diversity is designated as the

system’s equal opportunity officer and Title

IX coordinator. Inquiries about the laws and

about compliance may also be directed to

the assistant secretary for civil rights, U.S.

Department of Education.

ADA Statement

LSCS is dedicated to providing the least

restrictive learning environment for all

students. The college system promotes equity in

academic access through the implementation

of reasonable accommodations as required

by The Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973,

Title V, Section 504 and the Americans with

Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) which will

enable students with disabilities to participate

in and benefit from all post-secondary

educational programs and activities.

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VALUE STATEMENTS

Learning Communities

We believe that the Lone Star Colleges are

dynamic learning communities, distinguished

by excellence in teaching, allowing citizens

to develop to the full extent of their ability, to

succeed in a competitive work environment,

and to be effective lifelong learners.

Access with Quality

We believe that the Lone Star College System

provides an enriching learning environment

which meets the needs of its diverse communities

through outreach, access, student support

systems and a diverse faculty and staff.

Building Communities and

Partnerships

We believe that the Lone Star College System is

a catalyst for promoting a seamless educational

journey and for nurturing the intellectual and

cultural life of the community.

Economic and Workforce

Development

We believe that the Lone Star College System

serves as the critical link for economic and

workforce development to improve the

prosperity of our region through partnerships

with business, government, and community

organizations.

Human Resources

We believe that the most important resources of

the Lone Star College System are the individual

faculty and staff members, who are entitled to

a supportive collegial work environment which

rewards excellence, provides opportunities

for professional development, encourages

meaningful involvement in the decision-making

process, and provides excellent compensation.

STATEMENT OF

MISSION/PURPOSE

Lone Star College System as a publicly-supported,

two-year, comprehensive community

college system involves diverse individuals,

businesses, and the community in quality

educational opportunities for the successful

development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes

for a rapidly changing world.

Through its colleges and centers, the Lone

Star College System develops learning communities

for:

• Workforce programs, leading to associate

degrees or certificates, designed to develop

marketable skills and support economic

development.

• Academic courses in the arts and sciences

to transfer to senior institutions.

• Continuing adult education programs for

academic, professional, workforce, and

cultural enhancement.

• Developmental education and literacy

programs designed to improve the basic

skills of students.

• A program of student support services, including

counseling and learning resources,

designed to assist individuals in achieving

their educational and career goals.

• Workforce, economic, and community

development initiatives designed to meet

local and statewide needs.

• Other purposes as may be directed by the

Board of Trustees and/or the laws of the

State of Texas.

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Technology

We believe that students achieve their learning

goals best as the Lone Star College System

provides responsive and effective support services,

learning resources, current technologies

and information systems.

Information

The Lone Star College System believes that

the achievement of the mission and purpose

requires an effective system of communication

to both internal and external constituencies.

Leadership

We believe that the Lone Star Colleges, building

on a solid foundation of growth and service,

are recognized leaders in the community college

movement, making important contributions

to the profession through partnerships,

innovation, scholarship, creative services, and

integrated technologies.

Stewardship

We believe that the Lone Star College System

is committed to rigorous stewardship of

the resources entrusted to its care to assure

maximum benefit for the community.

Evaluation

We believe that it is essential that the Lone

Star Colleges – working separately for local

effectiveness and working cooperatively as a

single system for efficiency – must regularly

assess the impact and outcomes of our efforts

for continuous improvement.

Lone Star College System

at a Glance

www.LoneStar.edu

Once a student enrolls in Lone Star College, that

person is making a decision to join one of the

finest community colleges in the country. Offering

a wide range of academic and workforce

courses for recent high school graduates and

community residents of all ages, LSCS is one

of the largest and fastest growing community

colleges in Texas.

Over 62,000 students register for credit courses

each semester with an additional 15,000 in

continuing education courses. The college

system serves an area over 1,400 square

miles, encompassing the school districts of

Aldine, Conroe, Cypress-Fairbanks, Humble,

Klein, Magnolia, New Caney, Splendora,

Spring, Tomball, Willis, and the surrounding

communities.

LSCS comprises Lone Star College-CyFair,

Lone Star College-Kingwood, Lone Star

College-Montgomery, Lone Star College-North

Harris, and Lone Star College-Tomball as

well as satellite centers LSC-Carver Center,

LSC-Conroe Center, LSC-East Montgomery

County Improvement District (EMCID), LSCFairbanks

Center, LSC-Greenspoint Center,

and LSC-University Park. LSC-University Center

at Montgomery, a partnership with LSCS and

three Texas universities, provides over 38

bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate programs.

LSC-University Park, opened in January 2010,

offers community college programs, and

university partners will offer bachelor’s and

graduate programs.

Innovative programs, nationally renowned

faculty and student-centered learning environments

make LSCS the right choice for

students to:

• Obtain an associate degree or certificate;

• Transfer to a university;

• Gain new workforce skills;

• Change careers;

• Attain personal development goals; or

• Prepare for college level work.

The staff in our extended learning centers

provides seminars, tutoring, computer services,

Internet access, study groups and personal assistance

to aid student success. Student groups

and organizations welcome participation and

encourage student involvement.

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Education generates a trained workforce,

which fuels the community’s economy. Established

in 1972, the Lone Star College System

remains committed to workforce training, stateof-

the-art technological tools and educational

excellence.

The Lone Star College System is committed to

providing educational access for all through

satellite centers, distance learning, dual credit

courses for high school juniors and seniors,

and course offerings when and where students

need them. The system offers a variety of

workforce certificates and degrees in addition

to university general education transfer

programs.

COLLEGES

Lone Star College-CyFair

LoneStar.edu/CyFair

Lone Star College-CyFair, has two convenient

locations to serve the Cypress-Fairbanks

community. The Barker Cypress location is

nestled upon a beautiful 200-acre site at

Barker Cypress and West Road while the LSCFairbanks

Center on Hwy 290 allows easy

access for students residing in the southeast

region of Cy-Fair. As a comprehensive

community college for the 21st century, both

campuses provide a dynamic environment for

life-long learning.

LSC-CyFair on Barker Cypress is a state-of-theart

campus for students seeking associate’s

degrees, university-transfer courses, or continuing

education. Among the campus features

are computer-based classrooms and labs,

specialized labs for technology skills training,

fine arts and performing arts facilities, a

theater for student and community enjoyment,

and indoor/outdoor wellness facilities.

The college preserves a strong emphasis on

responsiveness, innovation, collaboration, and

student access. The vision of the college focuses

on a strong commitment to student preparation

for the changing world, the removal of barriers

that hinder student success and exceptional

service to students.

For more information, contact:

LSC-CyFair 281.290.3200

LSC-Fairbanks Center 832.782.5000

Lone Star College-Kingwood

LoneStar.edu/Kingwood

Situated on 264 beautifully landscaped wooded

acres, Lone Star College-Kingwood serves

the rapidly growing communities of Kingwood,

Humble, Atascocita, and eastern Montgomery

County. The college is conveniently located

at Highway 59 and Kingwood Drive in the

northeast sector of the district.

Students can register for a variety of degrees

and certificates that include:

• Academy for Lifelong Learning

• Associate of Arts in Teaching

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• Business and Management

• Computer Gaming and Simulation

• Computer Graphics Technology

• Computer Information Technology

• Cosmetology

• Dental Hygiene

• Facilities Management

• Interior Design

• Logistics

• Occupational Therapy Assistant

• Nursing – RN and LVN

• Respiratory Care Therapist

• Teacher Alternative Certification

In addition to the main campus, LSC-Kingwood

offers both credit and continuing education

classes at the LSC-East Montgomery Improvement

District Center (EMCID) located in New

Caney. Evening classes are also offered at

Cleveland and Atascocita High Schools.

For more information contact:

LSC-Kingwood 281.312.1600

or 1.800.883.7939

LSC-EMCID Center 281.312.1750

or 1.800.883.7939

Lone Star College-Montgomery

LoneStar.edu/Montgomery

Opened in 1995, Lone Star College-Montgomery

is a 365,000-square-foot comprehensive

college located on 165 acres of pine forest

between The Woodlands and Conroe, TX. LSCMontgomery

enrolled almost 11,000 credit

students for the fall 2009 semester.

LSC-Montgomery is poised for the most significant

campus expansion in its history during

the next two years. Slated for construction

are three new buildings on the main campus,

as well as a new north side center in the

Conroe/Willis area. The college will add a

new 75,000-square-foot academic classroom

building; a 60,000-square-foot health science

center; a 20,000-square foot arts instructional

building; as well as a 1,000-space parking

garage to handle growth on the main

campus. An 83,000-square-foot, full-service

satellite facility in Conroe will allow the college

to extend its reach to the north, where

significant population growth is taking place.

The new LSC-Conroe Center will offer a mix

of academic transfer courses and programs,

as well as workforce- and industrial-oriented

programs. All told, by 2011, the college will

have increased its total square footage by

almost 60 percent.

The college offers more than 40 career programs

as well as academic transfer courses in

a variety of subjects. Programs of note include

criminal justice, physical therapist assistant,

biotechnology, nursing, human services,

computer information technology, radiologic

technologist, audio visual systems specialist,

land surveyor/mapping technology, fire science

and management. A comprehensive

range of transfer, vocational, and remedial

programs – including art, music, science,

history, and government -- is also available.

LSC-Montgomery is located just footsteps away

from Lone Star College-University Center,

which offers bachelor’s, master’s and specialized

degrees from three area universities in

more than 38 different majors.

For more information, contact:

LSC-Montgomery 936.321.5161 (metro)

936.273.7000 (local)

LSC-Conroe Center 936.271.6000

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Lone Star College-North Harris

LoneStar.edu/NorthHarris

Lone Star College-North Harris was the first

college in the system, serving students since

1973. Meeting the needs of the community,

LSC-North Harris has many unique programs

as well as programs shared by all colleges

in the system.

Degree and certificate programs available at

LSC-North Harris include:

• Accounting

• Aviation Management

• Computer Information Technology

• Cosmetology

• CNC Machining

• Criminal Justice

• Emergency Medical Services Professions

• Engineering Design Graphics

• Health Information Technology

• Hospitality Management

• HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air

Conditioning)

• Interpreter Training Technology

• Management

• Mechatronics

• Medical Assisting

• NDT (Non-Destructive Testing)

• Nursing

• Paralegal Studies

• Pharmacy Technology

• Professional Office Technology

• Teacher Education

• Visual Communications

• Welding

In addition to the 200-acre campus, LSC-North

Harris serves students with two satellite centers.

LSC-Greenspoint Center is located off Beltway

8 near I-45 at 250 N. Sam Houston Parkway

East in the Greenspoint area, and LSC-Carver

Center is located at 2330 S. Victory in Acres

Homes.

For more information, contact:

LSC-North Harris 281.618.5400

LSC-Greenspoint Center 281.260.3500

LSC-Carver Center 281.618.5800

Lone Star College-Tomball

LoneStar.edu/Tomball

Founded in 1988, Lone Star College-Tomball,

as do all of the colleges in the Lone Star College

System, boasts a low teacher to student

class ratio which allows for more individualized

instruction and provides students and teachers

the opportunity to explore learning with more

personal attention.

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Serving the western sector of the college

system, Lone Star College-Tomball provides

degrees and certificates in a variety of areas,

including the following:

• Accounting

• Associate of Arts in Teaching and

Alternative Teacher Certification

• Computer Gaming

• Electrician

• Engineering Technology

• Management

• Nursing

• Occupational Therapy Assistant

• Pharmacy Technology

• Surgical Technology

• Veterinary Technology

LSC-University Park (formerly LSC-Willow

Chase Center) is the primary satellite center

of LSC-Tomball, located at 20515 SH 249 at

Louetta Rd., Houston, Texas 77070. The center

has over 150,000 square feet for classes,

science labs, and computer labs.

LSC-Tomball also offers night classes at local

high schools.

For more information, contact:

LSC-Tomball 281.351.3300

LSC-University Park 281.290.2600

or 281.401.5300

LSC-University Center at Montgomery

LoneStar.edu/universitycenter

Once you have completed your first two years

of college coursework at one of the campuses

in LSCS, you may want to continue at Lone

Star College-University Center at Montgomery

(LSC-UC at Montgomery) to earn your

bachelor’s or master’s degree or doctorate.

A partnership with LSCS and three Texas

universities, LSC-UC at Montgomery provides

programs in over 38 areas of concentration.

The partnering universities are:

• Sam Houston State University

• Texas A&M University

• Texas Southern University

Undergraduate and graduate degree programs

are offered in many areas, including:

• Business

• Computers

• Criminal Justice

• Educational Leadership

• Engineering

• Liberal Arts

• Mathematics

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• Natural Sciences

• Social Sciences

• Teacher Education

Offering the latest in high-tech education,

Lone Star College-University Center at Montgomery

is fiber optic cabled and is wired

for videoconferencing with Internet access in

every classroom. This technology, coupled with

distance learning options, provides students

a variety of formats and times in which they

can complete their education.

Due to change in partner status at LSC-UC

at Montgomery, please check the program

offerings at our Web site LoneStar.edu/

universitycenter or call 281.618.7140 or

936.273.7510.

LSC-University Park

(located at 249 & Louetta)

20515 S.H. 249, Houston, TX 77070

Opened in January 2010, LSC-University

Park is a unique, comprehensive learning

environment that makes a variety of higher

education options convenient and accessible to

the residents of the Lone Star College System.

Located along the SH 249 corridor with access

to major business and activity centers,

LSC-University Park offers unsurpassed opportunities

for students, staff and the local

community. It is easily accessible from SH

249 at Louetta Road, only four miles north of

the Sam Houston Parkway.

LSC-University Park will provide learning

facilities for students seeking community college,

university-level, or customized business

training.

Utilizing partnerships, seamless credit transfer

programs, and “first stop” student services, the

new LSC-University Center at University Park

will serve as the critical link for community

development and individual opportunity in the

largest populated area in the state without a

four-year university.

Once offices of Compaq World Headquarters

and Hewlett Packard North Campus, LSCUniversity

Park is now a comprehensive higher

education complex for northwest Houston.

This extraordinary 21st century community

college model is home to:

• LSC-University Park

• LSC-University Center at University Park

• LSC-Conference Center

• LSC-Online

• Lone Star Corporate College

The new LSC-UC at University Park is in the

process of developing programs and degree

plans for 2010-2011 offerings. Please check

program listings at LoneStar.edu/UniversityPark.

For more information, contact:

LSC-University Park 281.290.2600

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Lone Star College-Online

LoneStar.edu/LSC-Online

Lone Star College-Online is comprised of

online and hybrid classes. The content and

transferability of online and hybrid courses

are the same as traditional on-campus courses.

Similar to classes offered on-campus, instructors

in distance learning classes use a variety

of learning activities such as discussion, class

projects, exams, presentations, and written

papers. Many online or hybrid classes require

students to complete orientation activities at the

beginning of the class. Students can complete

all core degree requirements and associate of

arts and associate of science degree requirements

through distance learning. Students

enrolled in distance learning courses have the

same rights and responsibilities as they do in

traditional campus-based classes.

Online Classes:

Online classes may require proctored (supervised)

exams or other necessary learning

activities such as orientations or labs. For these

activities, online students have the option to

go to an LSCS college site or to an off-campus

location that is convenient to them and approved

by the instructor.

For additional information on LSC-Online, call

832.813.6700, e-mail distance.learning@

LoneStar.edu, or visit the Web at LoneStar.

edu/LSC-Online.

Hybrid Classes:

Hybrid classes are a combination of online

instruction and campus-based instruction.

Continuing Education

LSCS encourages individuals to engage in lifelong

learning through participation in seminars,

workshops, forums, activities, and workforce

and leisure education programs. Continuing

education courses address the learning needs

of a community, including workforce development,

GED, ESOL, literacy, recreation, and

leisure offerings.

Leisure offerings for personal growth or enrichment

are provided at each of the colleges.

Participants can develop a hobby, learn a skill,

learn a language or learn about a new topic.

Most offerings are available to adults of any age,

with special programs for youth and seniors.

Workforce education offerings prepare individuals

for jobs as well as improve current job

skills. Certificates are awarded for workforce

development programs and courses, some of

which lead to industry skills certification. Students

earn continuing education units (CEUs) for each

workforce development course completed. The

CEU is an internationally recognized credit unit

for successful completion of learning outcomes

in a continuing education course/program.

Standards are maintained by the International Association

for Continuing Education and Training.

Students completing courses for CEUs have a

permanent transcript available on request. One

CEU is defined as “ten (10) contact hours of

participation in an organized continuing education

experience under responsible sponsorship,

capable direction, and qualified instruction.”

All workforce development courses meet criteria

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ordinating Board, and the Southern Association

of Colleges and Schools. For more information,

contact the individual college that you are interested

in attending.

Lone Star Corporate College

Lone Star Corporate College strategically partners

with organizations to assist with innovation

and productivity, thereby adding profitability

through investment in employee training and

education. By analyzing a company’s business

needs, Corporate College professionals develop

relevant training solutions required for a highly

skilled and effective workforce.

The system recently streamlined its customized

training operations by consolidating efforts at

the five colleges into a single office and identity:

Lone Star Corporate College. Lone Star Corporate

College will serve as a single point of contact

to business partners throughout the region. This

new office will help each college reach beyond

traditional service areas to serve industry groups

across the LSCS region.

We expect that much of the training will be conducted

at the business location; however, we will

use college resources and the LSC-University Park

location when appropriate. And of course our

team would not be complete without our highly

talented, seasoned trainers who are subject

matter experts in the areas they train.

Training Solutions

Although our initial focus will be on the manufacturing,

energy, government and transportation

industries, we also offer training to retail, hospitality,

school districts, health care organizations

and various non-profit organizations. The staff

in our office is continually scanning our business

environment to insure we are offering up-to-date

programs and courses to meet the needs of an

ever-changing workforce and help businesses

retain their employees.

Working with Lone Star Corporate College offers

several benefits: college credit for attendees

(CEUs or transfer credits), curriculum design

experts, a source from which to recruit new

employees, vast instructional resources including

technical labs, and the confidence that these

instructional resources are well qualified.

Continuing Education and

Credit Linked Courses

Students may enroll in continuing education

courses that are linked to semester hour courses

in which both credit and continuing education

students attend the same class. Continuing education

students who register for linked courses must

meet the same requirements and prerequisites

as credit students. Students registered through

continuing education earn continuing education

units (CEUs).

Community Partnerships

LSCS’s office of external affairs helps coordinate

community, economic, and small business

development activities with each LSCS college.

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

and the North Houston Economic Development

Alliance provide a central contact point for 10

area chambers of commerce and the North

Houston Association.

For more information, contact the LSCS Office

of External Affairs at 832.813.6620.

Clery Act

LSCS complies with the Jeanne Clery Campus

Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and

the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children

and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act.

Relevant information can be found at LoneStar.

edu/Clery in the Annual Security Report.

Racial Profiling

The LSCS police department prohibits the practice

known as “racial profiling” by its officers.

Go to LoneStar.edu/racial-profiling for more

information.

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Sex Offender Data

Registered sex offenders that work, volunteer,

or are enrolled in classes on the campuses of

LSCS are listed at LoneStar.edu/sex-offenders on

the campus safety registered sex offender link.

Information concerning registered sex offenders

can be accessed from the Texas DPS Web site

at https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/dps_web/

portal/index.aspx.

Sex Offender Policy

Effective September 1, 2003, the Texas Code

of Criminal Procedure 62.03(h) requires each

person who is required to register as a sex offender

and who intends to be employed, work

with a contractor, or attend classes at an institution

of higher education to register with the campus

police department within seven days. Current

LSCS board policy requires that sex offenders

seeking to enroll at, provide services to, or be

employed with LSCS submit information pertinent

to his or her offenses to the System Review

Committee to determine his or her eligibility for

enrollment, vendor services or employment. A

person seeking to be a student shall be required

to be approved before completing the registration

process.

Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather or emergency

closing, the location executive officer or designee

may cancel all or some of the college classes.

Generally, such decisions will be made between

5:30 a.m. and 6 a.m. for day classes and by

3 p.m. for evening classes. When off-campus

facilities are closed for any reason, the college

classes at those sites will also be canceled. The

closing announcement will be made on local

radio/television stations or go to our Web site

at www.LoneStar.edu.

Computer Maintenance

Regular computer system maintenance and

upgrades are required to keep systems operating

at their highest capacity and efficiency;

therefore, computer systems may not be available

during regularly scheduled maintenance

periods. These technology services include but

are not limited to the online course management

system, Web content management system, and

human resources, finance, and student services

(application, e-mail, records, etc.) To minimize

user inconvenience and promote predictable

periods of availability, LSCS has established

maintenance windows. These maintenance

windows are generally scheduled between 2

a.m. and 4 a.m. on weekdays and on Sundays

from midnight (12:01a.m.) until noon and during

spring break. Please visit LSCS Web sites for the

most up-to-date scheduled maintenance windows

for different services.

ADMISSION

PROCEDURES

ADMISSION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

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