COM League City

Introducing College of the Mainland's newest educational facility in League City

Artist rendering of new COM League City facility.

Flexible and Convienent!

  • Enroll in evening classes three days a week to complete your degree in just 18 months through our new accelerated degree program. 
  • Daytime classes also available for classes in the Associate of Arts degree plan.
  • Conveniently located near I-45

This fall, League City will be home to College of the Mainland’s new 27,570-square-foot educational facility. The new facility, located at 1411 West Main Street in League City, is the former site of the League City United Methodist Church, and will house dual credit and general education classes for students in League City, Friendswood, Dickinson, Kemah and other north Galveston County cities.

The move marks an exciting time for the college to further its student reach across its service area as the League City region maintains an increasingly strong presence at COM. With nearly 41 percent of the overall student population and 63 percent of the dual credit enrollment residing in north Galveston County, the new facility will offer an accessible and convenient option for students residing in that region and along Interstate 45 while also addressing the steady growth in enrollment at the current North County Learning Center site.

“College of the Mainland is committed to providing quality educational opportunities to all areas throughout our service district,” said Dr. Warren Nichols, president of College of the Mainland. “As our dual credit program continues to grow, it is important that we are diligent in supporting this growth to reach every segment of our college community.”

In addition to dual credit, students at the new site can also look forward to enhanced facilities for general education classes when doors open in the fall. The site will include eight classrooms, a wet lab for biology instruction, and a testing and advising center.

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