Lewis-Clark State College is located at Lewiston, Idaho, where two rivers (Clearwater and Snake), two cities (Lewiston and Clarkston), and two states (Idaho and Washington) come together. It is also where two peoples and two cultures came together in friendship and discovery – the Nez Perce Tribe and the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery. Founded in 1893, Lewis-Clark State is a public undergraduate college with a three-part mission of academic programs, professional-technical programs, and community programs.

One of the top public comprehensive four-year colleges in the West, with its beautiful campus, small classes, and superb faculty, LCSC is often described as a public institution with the feel and quality of a private college.

Visitor Information

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At Lewis-Clark State College, our campus visitation program is designed just for you. Meet professors, learn about our excellent programs, and become acquainted with the home of the Warriors.

Visitor Information Schedule A Visit Campus Map & Directions

Offices & Administration

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President J. Anthony (Tony) Fernández provides leadership for the college, along with Interim Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs Lori Stinson, Vice President for Finance and Administration Chet Herbst, and Vice President for Student Affairs Andrew Hanson. 

Office of the President Vision and Mission Contact the President

News & Events

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Discover what's happening on campus and in the community - including concerts, athletic events, and more. 

Campus News Campus Events Athletic Schedule

At a Glance

Founded: 1893
President: J. Anthony Fernández, Ph.D.

Students: 4,304

  • 25 states & 33 countries
  • 60% female 40% male 

Majors & Degrees

Campus

Activities

Location: Lewis-Clark Valley

  • Located on the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers
  • Population: 50,000
  • County: Nez Perce
  • Elevation: 738 feet
  • Average Snowfall: 1 inch
  • Regional Airport