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Oslund, Erik - Spring 2010
Course Title: Intro Algebra
Course: MATH.0308.41004
Instructor Information:

Erik Oslund
Instructor’s Phone Number: 936-273-7266

Main Department Phone Number:  936-273-7260

Email: Erik.Oslund@lonestar.edu

Voice mail number:

Fax: 936-271-6192 or  936-273-7041

Dean and /or Department chair contact information:

Department Chair Contact Information

Developmental Chair

Yvonne Stallings

F246

936-273-7095

yvonne.stallings@lonestar.edu

 

College Level Chair

Dr. Maureen Loiacano

F244

936-273-7273

maureen.loiacano@lonestar.edu

Division Dean Contact Information

Dr. Lawrence Brandyburg

F252

936-273-7020

Lawrence.D.Brandyburg@lonestar.edu

 

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For student problems or counseling, or for additional assistance or more information on degree plans or future courses that Lone Star College – Montgomery may offer, please contact one of the following:

 

 

Barbara Eckenfels, Counselor   Juan C. Lebron

F-240     F-250

936-273-7246    936-273-7280

Barbara.A.Eckenfels@lonestar.edu    Juan.C.Lebron@lonestar.edu

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