Dual Credit

Dual Credit Fees & Payment


Courses Offered in the High School

  • Idaho students pay a per credit amount as authorized in Idaho State Board of Education policy V.R. (currently $65/credit). 
  • Washington students (Asotin, Clarkston, Colfax, & Pomeroy) pay 25% of the part‐time per credit fee (currently $324/credit) plus applicable course or technology fees. This amounts to a fee of $81/credit.

 Courses Offered On-Campus or Online

  • All Idaho and Washington high school students (Asotin, Clarkston, Colfax & Pomeroy) pay 25% of the current part‐time per credit fee, plus applicable course or technology fees (including the per credit online fee).


The payment deadline for dual credit courses taken at participating high schools is:

  • October 31, 2017 for Fall semester
  • March 30, 2018 for Spring semester
  • If fees are not paid in full by the payment deadline, the student will be dropped from all classes. In order to be reinstated, students will need to petition and pay a $100 late registration fee plus any other applicable fees.

Pay with a Check

Make checks payable to LCSC.

LCSC Student Accounts
Administration Building
500 8th Ave
Lewiston, ID 83501

Pay with a Credit Card

  • LCSC accepts Visa, American Express, MasterCard and Discover.
  • A 2.5% service fee is added to credit card transactions.
  • Call (208) 792-2202

Pay via WarriorWeb

Select “Make A Payment” under Student Accounts on the Student Menu and follow the steps to pay with an e-check or credit card.

Fast Forward Program

The Idaho State Department of Education's Fast Forward Program is designed to help cover the costs associated with dual credit courses or college-bearing/professional-technical exams. The program provides every student attending an Idaho public school an allocation of $4,125 to use towards Advanced Opportunities in grades 7-12.

To utilize program funds, students must register through the Advanced Opportunities Application Portal. For more information, visit the Idaho State Department of Education's Advanced Opportunities site.

Financial Aid Implications

Dual Credit students do not qualify for financial aid. To qualify for federal grants and loans, the federal government requires students to have received a high school diploma or its equivalent.

In addition, federal law requires that students must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) toward a degree to be eligible to receive federal financial aid funds. These standards apply to all periods of attendance, even periods when a student did not receive financial aid.

Therefore, because they are recorded on the college transcript, grades earned for college courses taken while in high school can impact a student's future financial aid.