The Student Counseling Center is a safe place for DACA students and counselors will assist students to process their concerns in a private and confidential setting. Please call or come into the SCC, RCH #111 to make an appointment.
Native American and Minority Services Office
Native American/Minority Student Services offers a safe space, programs and services designed to assist students of color in meeting their educational goals, both in and out of the classroom. Assistance is available for students from admission through graduation.
Lewis Clark State College, College Assistance Migrant Program (LCSC-CAMP) is a federally funded academic and financial support program dedicated to providing quality educational services for students from seasonal farmworking and/or migrant farmworking backgrounds transition and succeed their first year in college. We encourage the development of participant self-determination, a critical growth mindset, and learning communities through cultural activities, academic and career advising, mentoring, and various program-based practices. Please call 208-792-2913 or visit us at our website www.lcsc.edu/camp for more information.
RCH 23 208-792-2877
The LCSC International Programs Office is a resource for students, staff, faculty, and the community. We provide support, advocacy and programs aimed at making LCSC a learning environment where there are ample opportunities for students to engage in and reflect upon high impact educational practices that prepare students for social and economic engagement on a diverse and interconnected planet. 208-792-2877
Vice President for Student Affairs
The Vice President for Student Affairs Office is dedicated to ensuring that all students have every opportunity to have a rich and fulfilling college experience. The Vice President oversees many offices that seek to provide a fair and equitable experience to all of LCSC’s students. In this way, the Vice President and his Office strive to offer all students a welcome space.