If you have at least 14 transferable semester college credits and either graduated from high school or earned a GED, you should apply as a transfer applicant.Visit Request Info Apply
The online application takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and is free to submit. Be prepared to create a 'Be a Warrior' account before you begin the online application. This will allow you to log back in any time to complete the online application, upload admission documents, and check your status.
Official transcripts must arrive in a sealed envelope or in official electronic format from the issuing institution. Photocopies of records are not official. Official transcripts must include your full name, institution, grade points, credits, and grade point average. They must be marked official and include a key.
Please include military transcripts, if applicable. Also, feel free to check out our Office of Veterans' Services for more resources.
Please allow up to three weeks for the Registrar and Records Office to complete an official evaluation of your general education coursework. If you have questions about the evaluation process, please contact the Registrar and Records Office at email@example.com or (208) 792-2223.
*You can be tentatively admitted off unofficial or working transcripts. Unofficial transcripts may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Unofficial college transcripts must include your full name, institution, grade points, credits, and grade point average. Working transcripts indicate you are currently enrolled in classes. After your grades and/or degree are posted, you will need to have official transcripts sent to the Admissions Office. Full admission will be granted once we receive all official college transcripts.
One of two ways:
Create an account at Transferology
Or use TES: College Source
When you finish your application, feel free to check your application status.
Once all admission documents are received, you will be notified of your acceptance in one to two weeks. After receiving your acceptance letter, you should check out the admitted student process.
You will receive notification of your admission status (i.e., accepted for regular, tentative, or provisional admission, probation, and denial) via mail. Once accepted, your transcript(s) will be evaluated by the Registrar & Records Office.
Decisions on completed transfer applications are made on a rolling basis. Normally, this process takes about one to two weeks but can take up to four weeks depending on the volume of applications that are being received at that time. If you are accepted, visit our Already Admitted website to check out what's next.
Yes! Students can be tentatively admitted off unofficial college transcripts. All unofficial college transcripts must include your full name, institution, grade points, credits, and grade point average. Full admission will be granted once we receive all official college transcripts.
Check out our Admission Standards here. Notice that the standards vary for academic degree-seeking applicants and career and technical education degree-seeking applicants and by age.
Official transfer credit evaluations will take place after you have been accepted for admission as a degree seeking applicant by the Registrar and Records Office. This process is typically completed approximately 14 business days after you are admitted. The evaluation period may fluctuate depending on the Transfer Evaluator's workload.
Once admitted, you may view your Transfer Equivalency Report on WarriorWeb. Click here to get instructions on how to access your Transfer Equivalency Report via WarriorWeb.
If you have questions regarding this process, please contact the Registrar and Records Office at email@example.com or (208) 792-2223.
Yes! LCSC offers transfer student specific scholarships. We also highly recommend submitting a General Scholarship application. Last, you will want to submit your FASFA (FASFA school code: 001621), which will determine your eligibility for federal and state aid. All three forms can be accessed through the Financial Aid website. You should submit all financial aid forms by our March 1st priority deadline for priority consideration.
Have questions about financial aid? Visit our Financial Aid FAQ website.
Transfer students are able to live on- or off-campus. On-campus housing and assignments are based on the date deposits are received. Once on-campus housing is full, students can continue to apply and be placed on a waitlist. Visit the Residence Life site to learn about on-campus and some off-campus options.
If you have questions about housing, please contact Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 792-2053.
You will attend a brief college information session before meeting with an advisor/representative from your division. This is a great opportunity to discuss your credits, program plan, and schedule. Once you have been admitted, sign up to attend STAR (Student Advising and Registration), where you will go to the information session and then meet with your assigned advisor to select a course schedule. This will help ease your transition to LCSC.
If you have been admitted, but have not received an email with this information, please contact Career & Advising Services at (208) 792-2313.
How to Register:
If you experience technical difficulty (logins, passwords, etc.) contact the Helpdesk at (208) 792-2231. If you have concerns regarding content (credits, courses, etc.), contact the Registrar and Records Office at email@example.com or (208) 792-2223.
If you have questions that are specific to you and your application to LCSC, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 792-2210 or (208) 792-2378 or directly from Meet the Admissions Specialists page.
- Fall Semester August 8
- Spring Semester January 8
- Priority deadline for Fall Semester is March 1
Click on the picture to view our specialized transfer program designed for students from Columbia Basin College, College of Southern Idaho, College of Western Idaho, Community Colleges of Spokane, North Idaho College,Treasure Valley Community College, and Walla Walla Community College.