Director of Residence Life
Impact Scholars are students who have been impacted by foster care, but know that they are more than their past and want to continue their education to change the direction of their future. Becoming an Impact Scholar means making a positive difference in your life and leaving an impact of your own on others. Through Impact Scholars a student can:
Our mission is to empower former foster youth through access to higher education at Lewis-Clark State College. Our program is committed to creating successful transitions from foster care-to-college and college-to-career for students through the experience of higher education.
Our primary goal is to make sure all emancipated foster youth at LCSC have access to one familiar person on campus to go to for questions and referrals to campus resources including, but not limited to:
To be eligible for the Impact Scholars program, including the tuition scholarship, applicants must:
Qualify for the Educational Training Voucher (see for example, Idaho's ETV Program).
Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Be admitted to Lewis-Clark State College as a first-time freshman or transfer student. http://www.lcsc.edu/admissions/applying-to-lcsc/