A Transfer Equivalency Report is the official evaluation of your transfer credits and how they equate to LCSC courses. The Registrar and Records Office evaluates your transcript(s) to determine what transfers to LCSC as General Education Core classes only. Transfer credits, which count toward your intended major, will be evaluated by your faculty advisor. You are responsible for meeting the individual requirements of your selected curriculum. You must visit with your advisor as soon as possible to begin this evaluation process*.
*Please allow up to three weeks for the Registrar's Office to complete an official evaluation of your general education coursework
Contact the Registrar's Office at 208-792-2223 or via email.
To access your report, please log into www.warriorweb.lcsc.edu which is your WarriorWeb Account. Once you are logged in you can choose from either the ‘Applicant’ or the ‘Student’ menu.
Once you have chosen a menu, please refer to the link titled ‘Transfer Equivalency Report’.
Click on the link and it will bring up the Transfer Equivalency Report page; click on submit at bottom of the page and it will bring up your report.
The courses listed on the left are the courses transferred from your institution and the courses on the right are the LCSC equivalent. Credit is not accepted for courses deemed to be developmental in nature or for courses that did not receive a passing grade.
If your Transfer Equivalency Report includes a "CORE-ID" equivalency, you are not responsible for completing any lower-division (100- or 200- level) general education core classes at LCSC. You might, however, be required to complete one or more lower-division prerequisite courses as determined by your major division and/or advisor.
If your Transfer Equivalency Report includes a "CORE-ST" equivalency, you are not responsible for completing any lower-division (100- or 200- level) or upper division (300- level) general education core classes at LCSC. You will receive this code if you have already completed a bachelor's degree from a United States academic regionally accredited institution.