Information for Students
Dual Credit Student Guide
- Provides you the opportunity to experience the rigor and intellectual challenge of college classes.
- Earn transferable college credit while still in high school.
- Save money by taking college classes at a reduced rate.
- Meet and learn from LCSC faculty.
- Choose from a more broad range of electives.
- By taking dual credit classes, you will be issued a Student Identification Card. This will provide you with the use of computer lab facilities and free admission to campus and athletic events.
Transcripts & Transfer of Credits
You can obtain your unofficial transcript from WarriorWeb. If you are applying to a different college, you will want to send an official college transcript. You can order them online or by mail or fax. Cost is $10. Contact the Office of the Registrar for more information.
Dual credit courses are accepted by all Idaho institutions of higher education and most accredited institutions outside the state. Idaho’s colleges/universities are accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
It is the studen'ts responsibility to check with the recieving institution to verify that your dual credit classes will transfer. Check with Admissions for a list of transfer guides for schools where we frequently transfer our credits.
- At the time of application, a permanent college record (transcript) is created. Each class you are enrolled in is listed on the transcript.
- At the time of registration, a financial obligation is created.
- If you decide not to take the class and need to drop/withdraw, you must follow the LCSC Drop/Total Withdrawal Policy guidelines.
- If all classes are being dropped, a signed Total Withdrawal Form must be submitted to the Registrar's Office in person or faxed to (208) 792-2429. Failure to do so will leave the class on your permanent college record with a failing grade.
- The 10th day of the LCSC term is the last day to drop/add a class for on-campus classes. The first day of the 10th week of the LCSC term is the last day to withdraw for on-campus classes.
Log on to WarriorWeb soon after registering for classes to check your course schedule and your online statement.
How to Login
- User ID: Access WarriorWeb and click on "What's my User ID?" at the bottom. User IDs are typically your first initial, middle initial and entire last name. For example, John David Smith would be: jdsmith.
- Password: This number is your date of birth entered without dashes or spaces. For example, 01/01/1998 would be entered 010198.
What to Do if You Can't Login
- If you are unable to login to WarriorWeb call (208) 792-2231 or visit the Help Desk located in the Sam Glenn Complex, room 112. You will need to bring a form of ID or have your social security number on hand for verification purposes.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Protect Your Student Information
- Never share your password or Student ID with anyone.
- When you are finished using WarriorWeb, log off the system and close the browser window.
- Change your password.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of education records and is enforced by the Family Policy Compliance Office of the U.S. Department of Education (FPCO). Essentially the act states that 1) "students" must be permitted to inspect their own "education records" and 2) "school officials" may not disclose personally identifiable information about a student without written permission from the student.
Where Can I Get More Information?
For more information about the Idaho Dual Credit Program and the institutions involved, please review the Idaho Dual Credit Brochure.
For more information about Idaho's Advanced Opportunities Program visit the State Department of Education's Advanced Opportunities site.