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Phone:        208.792.2231
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Now accepting applications for Hells Canyon Institute 2018
The Hells Canyon Institute is a special section of LCSC’s upper-division integrated seminar. In this course students spend the semester studying the history, geology, botany, wildlife, and culture of a particular place, Hells Canyon, the deepest gorge in North America, accessible only by boat and backroads. During Spring Break, the class takes a jetboat into the canyon and spends one week living at the Nature Conservancy’s Garden Creek Ranch. As students learn about the geological layers that formed this canyon, they also learn about its layers of history, people, and wildlife. This course is taught by a variety of faculty and experts, each trained in different disciplines, which allows students to learn about Hells Canyon through multiple lenses. Students work collaboratively to gather research in the canyon, which is then used to produce a semester project (to be shared at LCSC’s annual research symposium). The costs of water transportation, lodging, and meals are generously funded by grants and institutional support. A $100 experiential learning fee is billed with spring tuition. Interested students will need to complete an application and to provide the name of a faculty member who will serve as a reference. Past participants have described this class as “the best class ever” and “the class that changed my life.”

Any questions about the class can be directed to The class website is and there is also a facebook page:

Print anywhere on campus from your own device!
Students connected to WarriorStudent Wifi can now print from their own devices anywhere on campus! To learn more visit:

LCSC to implement secured wireless for students
Lewis-Clark State College has worked on a new approach to delivering wireless bandwidth for the past two years, and it’s now time to put the final piece in place. Secured wireless for students – requiring user ID and password – will be implemented during the 2017 summer break. The “WarriorStudent” wireless option will appear as a campus connection on June 12, joining the existing “WarriorStaff”.  Students will be able to connect with their current WarriorWeb username and six-digit birthdate as the password. Since open wireless access will eventually go away, a wireless option called “WarriorGuest” will appear on June 12 for visitors to use LCSC bandwidth. For any questions please contact the LCSC Help Desk at and 208-792-2231.

Job opportunities with Media Services
The LCSC Media Services Department is seeking applicants for two positions. To apply or for more information contact Lawrence Norris (Library, Room 150) at or the numbers listed below.

Theatre Facilities Event Support 
Info: Must be able to work nights and weekends. Experience with auditorium lighting and sound preferred, but not required. Training will be provided. For more information call 208-792-2392.

IVC/Media Support
Info: Student must be able to articulate clearly over the phone and be motivated with a willingness to listen and a commitment to lifelong learning. Computer and video knowlege preferred, but is not mandatory. For more information call 208-792-2617.

Looking for scholarships? 
Check the scholarships page often as new outside scholarships are posted each month.

LCSC personal safety app now available for staff and students
Lewis-Clark State College has released a personal safety app which is available to both students and staff. The “Now Force” free personal safety application can alert the LCSC security office or 911, depending on your location, of your need for help with the click of a button, and features a number of other safety resources. To sign up visit:

Clery Act
Lewis-Clark State College is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all members of the LCSC community. As required by The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or "Clery Act," the LCSC Campus Security Department has published its Annual Security (Clery) Report, due each year on Oct. 1. It can be viewed, along with the college’s Fire Safety Report, at:

The Clery report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as: crime prevention, fire safety, crime reporting policies, disciplinary procedures, and other matters of importance related to security and safety on campus. The report also contains information about crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by LCSC, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. 

To receive a hard copy of the reports stop by the Security Office in Meriwether Lewis Hall Room 110 during normal business hours.


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