Lewis-Clark State College


Lewis-Clark State College invites you to DO MORE through an education experience that emphasizes hands-on learning, small class sizes, faculty excellence, student-faculty interaction, and success after graduation.

Located in Lewiston, Idaho, LC State’s warm and friendly campus provides a unique and safe learning environment, surrounded by the beauty of the LC Valley. While paying the lowest tuition among Idaho’s public four-year institutions, students choose from over 130 degrees and certificates including two- and four-year degrees in both academic and career and technical education fields.

LC State is Idaho’s school of choice for students looking for a private school experience at a public school price.



The Admissions Office; (208) 792-2378; admissions@lcsc.edu; www.lcsc.edu/admissions

The Registrar’s Office; (208) 792-2223; registrar@lcsc.edu; www.lcsc.edu/registrar/transcripts

College entrance exams will not be required for admissions purposes but will be required for class registration and course placement. LC State will accept either the ACT, SAT, or the combination of the ALEKS Math Placement Exam and LC Writing Placement Exam.

2.0 cumulative GPA

You can apply online by visiting www.lcsc.edu/admissions/apply where you will select the type of applicant you are and fill out the online application, or you can apply using our paper application. You will need to submit your GED scores.

Fall semester application deadline: August 8

Priority deadline for financial aid Fall semester: March 1

Spring semester application deadline: January 8

Academic Students: If students have not taken an ACT or SAT they can take the ALEKS math placement exam and Writing Placement Exam.

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Students: CTE students will need to take the ALEKS math placement exam and Writing Placement Exam for class placement if they did not submit an ACT or SAT.

Transfer Students: If you have fewer than 14 transferable semester credits or you have not taken college-level math and English you will need to submit your ACT or SAT scores (if you are under 21 years old and pursuing an academic program) or take the ALEKS math placement exam and Writing Placement Exam (if over 21 years old).

Contact the Testing Center to set up your ALEKS and Writing Placement exams at testing@lcsc.edu or 208-792-2100.

You can have your transcripts emailed to admissions@lcsc.edu or you can mail them to: The Admissions Office 500 8th Ave. Lewiston, ID 83501.

You will need to contact the Registrar’s Office at 208-792-2223 or registrar@lcsc.edu or visit www.lcsc.edu/registrar/transcripts to order your transcripts online.

If you have taken dual credit through another college or university you will need to contact them and request your transcripts be sent to us. You can have your transcripts emailed to admissions@lcsc.edu or you can mail them to: The Admissions Office 500 8th Ave. Lewiston, ID 83501.

Online: $10.00 – Via the National Student Clearinghouse. Payable by credit card.

Standard Paper: $10 – Payable by cash, credit card, check, or money order to LCSC. Processed within 5 business days. (Pick-up times M-Th 9:00-4:00)

Rush and Fax: $25 – Processed within 24 hours. Only processed on demand prior to 11 a.m. Check with the college/organization to determine if they will accept a faxed transcript as official. Express: $35 – Delivered overnight. Only processed on demand prior to 11 a.m. International

Express: $50 – Delivered overnight. Only processed on demand prior to 11 a.m.

You will receive notification of your admission status via mail as soon as we have received all admissions documents from you. We will also be communicating with you via email, so be sure to check your email regularly.

7th-semester for scholarship purposes and LC State needs it by their March 1 priority deadline.  LC State will also need a final transcript once the student graduates for full admission.

At the end of the college semester once final grades are posted. An official college transcript needs to be received before financial aid will be disbursed.

Coronavirus Hotline: 208-792-2002

Email: coronavirus@lcsc.edu

The Financial Aid Office; 208-792-2224; finaid@lcsc.edu; www.lcsc.edu/financialaid

Our Priority Deadline for Fall semester is March 1.

The General Scholarship Application is also due March 1.

Transfer student scholarships are due by June 15 for the Fall semester and December 15 for the Spring semester.

You can submit a petition to the Financial Aid director if you have missed the priority deadline for merit-based scholarships. The application for additional scholarships is also March 1 and the application for those scholarships must be submitted on or before March 1. The deadlines for transfer scholarships is June 15 for the Fall semester and December 15 for the Spring semester.

You will need to have your FAFSA application submitted by March 1 in order to be considered for scholarships with a need-based component.

LC State needs a copy of the student’s 7th-semester transcript on file.  Transcripts can be uploaded to the student’s Be a Warrior account, faxed, e-mailed or mailed to the Admissions Office.

The Admissions Office; 208-792-2378; admissions@lcsc.edu; www.lcsc.edu/visit-campus

Where can I find that information? Information about in-person and virtual events can be found at https://www.lcsc.edu/visit-campus/

Students can look through each degree program by visiting https://www.lcsc.edu/degrees/ and also explore course options at www.lcsc.edu/warriorweb


Advising Center
phone: (208) 792-2313
email: tac@lcsc.edu
visit: https://www.lcsc.edu/advising/

New students can register for classes by signing up for a STAR session. Due to current health concerns, STAR sessions are being conducted over the phone. During your STAR session, a trained advisor will assist you with registration, provide you with information, and answer any questions you may have without having to come to campus. To schedule a time that works best for you, follow this link: https://www.lcsc.edu/advising-center/new-students-star/

Once signed up, continue to check your personal and LC Mail student email account for confirmation and pre-advising checklist. For questions about STAR, sign up over the phone, or chat with an advisor, please call the Advising Center at (208) 792-2313.

**You must be admitted to sign-up for a STAR. If you have questions about your admissions status, contact the Admissions Office at (208) 792-2378.

Please contact the Admissions Office at any time if your plans to attend LC State in the fall may change, or for any questions or concerns you may have email admissions@lcsc.edu or by phone at (208) 792-2378.

Yes. LC State’s New Student Orientation will be held on August 21st. LC State is currently planning for the traditional in-person event, but will have a contingency plan in place depending on the most updated COVID-19 information at the time. Information and updates will be sent to students as we near the event/date. Please call the Admissions Office at (208) 792-2378 for more information.

LC State will continue to remain vigilant with the changes and current situations with the COVID-19 pandemic and the governor’s orders. We will be preparing for normal classes, but be ready to move virtual if needed. Follow LC State updates regarding COVID-19 at https://www.lcsc.edu/communications/coronavirus.

Summer classes are still being held and students can register for their classes. As of now, LC State is planning for normal classes that will include both in-person and online, but preparing to remain completely virtual if needed.


Yes, but if students attend a different institution, we will consider them transfers and ask for any additional documents.

Information can be found on this website: www.lcsc.edu/admissions/already-admitted. However, I’m having issues with one of the tables. Information will be there this week.

Residence Life; 208-792-2053; reslife@lcsc.edu; www.lcsc.edu/residence-life/home

There are no housing application deadlines, however, we do suggest that you apply for housing as soon as you decide you are attending LC State. The housing application for Spring 2021 and the application for the 2021-2022 academic year are both available November 1.

Meal plans can be changed during the first week of the semester. After the first week of the semester all meal plans are locked in and can only be upgraded/increased. Changes to your meal plan must be made in writing.

There is a chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha‚ Latin Sorority Inc. on LC State’s campus however, we do not offer traditional fraternity or sorority living communities.

Residence hall capacities have been adjusted, and consistent with local health department recommendations, quarantine spaces created in case they are needed. Prior to and upon arrival, students will be screened and those reporting or evidencing high-risk responses to screening questions will be connected with and directed to local health providers for follow-up as needed. These individuals will be instructed to self-isolate while awaiting test results or until a 14-day quarantine period has passed. Residence hall rooms and campus rentals will be supplied with signs/guidance reminding students to remain in their rooms if they have symptoms of illness and to call Student Health Services or Public Health to determine if they should be tested for coronavirus based on their symptoms.

Workforce Training
(208) 792-2388
Email: wft@lcsc.edu

Career & Technical Education
(208) 792-2225

Students can explore courses for our CTE certificate and degree programs using this link, www.lcsc.edu/warriorweb or this link, https://www.lcsc.edu/degrees/.

Information about our workforce training can be found here, https://www.lcsc.edu/workforce-training/.

You can explore options through Workforce Training at https://www.lcsc.edu/workforce-training/ and contact them at (208) 792-2388 to speak with them about their options. We also have some certificates that take about one year to complete, you can learn more about them on our degree page, https://www.lcsc.edu/degrees/.

You can contact Workforce Training at (208) 792-2388 for information on scholarships or financial resources available to students interested in workforce training programs.