Lewis-Clark State College works closely with North Idaho College and their faculty and staff to bring the most positive student experience to all those who participate in the transfer process. With this collaboration we are able to bring students more services for their convienence than ever before.
o NIC will help students facilitate accommodations to help ensure their success through their Disability Student Services department. It is the student's responsibility to contact them as early as possible so accommodation can be made way before the first test or lecture for the class.
Call 208.769.5947 or visit their office in Seiter Hall, Room 100 to make an appointment. Students can also find applications at their front office.
o LCSC-Coeur d'Alene students can take their proctored class exams at the NIC Testing Center on campus, at no cost.
Specialty exams may be charged a fee. Check with the staff when making your appointment.
The Writing Center at NIC is located in the middle of campus behind the Lee-Kildow Hall. It is available to LCSC-CDA students for support on various writing assignments.
Call 208.769.3298 or visit their website for instructions on how to utilize their service as an LCSC student.
The North Idaho College Library allows LCSC-CDA students to check out their books through the Molstead Library.
LCSC students will need a student ID in order to check books out.
LC student IDs can be done here at the center's front office at any time.
For more information about the Molstead Library call 208.769.3355 or visit the Molstead Library website now.
Career counseling is available to any LCSC student through Career Services in the SUB at NIC. Career assessments, career counseling to explore options within your field, informational interview contacts for networking, and job search skills, are provided to you by NIC’s experienced professional career counselors.
Students also have access to online resources such as the Career Center’s library, Career Information System (CIS), job listings, and more.
Call 208.769.7821 or visit the Career Services website for more information.
The American Indian Services program will provide advising, tribal support and cultural resources to all those who seek support through positive relationships with students and their peers.
Evanlene Melting Tallow is the advisor for this program at NIC and can be reached by phone, 208.769.3365, or in her office located in the Edminster Student Union Building, lower level, room 003a.
Lewis Clark State students can be a part of the NIC Veteran's Club, as well as take advantage of the NIC Veteran Resource Center.
The North Idaho College Food Pantry is a safe and welcoming placed designed to meet the needs of students who are facing food scarcity.Visit the food pantry website now.
Location: Edminster Student Union Building Room 004, NIC
Call 208.665.5086 or Nkedwards@nic.edu for more information.
Visit the Student Health Services website for a list of services they offer students while at LCSC.
They provide access to a student health facility and basic health screening for $25/semester*.
Call 208.769.7818 for more information about their services.
*North Idaho College fees are subject to change. Fees can be paid at the NIC Business Office 208.625.2304
NIC's Wellness and Recreation Center is available for LCSC-CDA students to use for a monthly fee of $30.
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 6 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday: 6 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
*Check the Recreation Center website for a list of summer hours.
For more information, view the North Idaho College Recreation page.