New Student Orientation

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Instructional Seminars

Students are highly encouraged to attend instructional seminars. Facilitated by LCSC faculty and staff, the seminars are a great way to learn more about various topics, tour labs, or become familar with Blackboard. Space is limited to 25-30 students per session so please RSVP to New Student Recruitment at 208.792.2378 or recruitment@lcsc.edu.    

August 17 at 2:00 p.m.

Veterans' Advising & Services
Stephen Tamm, Coordinator
Activity Center West 132

Come to this session to meet LCSC's new Veterans' Services Coordinator, learn about the requirements associated with the various veterans educational benefits programs, and other services and resources available on campus.  Veterans or their dependents who are not receiving educational benefits are encouraged to attend as well.

Stress Management and Wellness Strategies: Steps to Success
Dr. Heather Van Mullem, Professor
Movement & Exercise Science 
Activity Center West 133

Come to this informative and interactive session to talk with LCSC students and faculty about stress management and wellness strategies on campus to help you navigate the challenges of college life. LCSC students will share their experiences and offer strategies they’ve found successful.

Dream, Discover, Decide
Lacy Goodson, Student 
Activity Center West 134

Dream great dreams and make them come true. Everyone has something they want to do in their life but few have the courage to follow their dreams and discover a way to make their dream a reality. Discover your passion and decide if following it is the way to go. 

August 17 @ 2:30 p.m.

Anatomy & Physiology Lab Tour

Dr. Alex Bezzerides, Associate Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division 
Sacajawea Hall 246

Come get a feel for the anatomy and physiology lab at LCSC.  You’ll dive right in and get some experience either dissecting a cow’s eye, learning your blood type, or putting a skeleton together.  If you are into hands-on learning, this session is for you!

 

How to study for Biology courses

Dr. Heather Henson-Ramsey, Associate Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division

Sacajawea Hall 144

  

This session will review a variety of study techniques and demonstrate how to apply them to the biological sciences.  You will get the opportunity to try out the various techniques and potentially, figure out which technique might work best for you.

Nursing/Radiographic Science Skills Lab Tour
Nursing & Health Sciences Division
Sacajawea Hall 115

Students will tour the nursing and radiographic science labs and learn more about the NHS programs (BSN, PN and Radiographic Science) 

August 17 @ 3:00 p.m.

Anatomy & Physiology Lab Tour
Dr. Alex Bezzerides, Associate Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division
Sacajawea Hall 246

Come get a feel for the anatomy and physiology lab at LCSC.  You’ll dive right in and get some experience either dissecting a cow’s eye, learning your blood type, or putting a skeleton together.  If you are into hands-on learning, this session is for you!

  

Nursing/Radiographic Science Skills Lab Tour
Nursing & Health Sciences Division
Sacajawea Hall 115

Students will tour the nursing and radiographic science labs and learn more about the NHS programs (BSN, PN and Radiographic Science)

Math Anxiety
Dr. Kacey Diemert, Assistant Professor & Dr. Heather Moon, Assistant Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division
Meriwether Lewis Hall 130

It is our goal, at LCSC, to help students to find ways to become lifelong learners. This philosophy requires new strategies for success and learning in your mathematics courses. In this session, we would like to share strategies for daily work, note taking, exam preparation, and preparing for your next math course. 

40 Money Management Tips Every College Student Should Know
Karen Richel, M.S., AFC, Certified Money Coach
University of Idaho Extension
Activity Center West 135

You’re here…ready to start college. Your life is just beginning. You ARE FREE! Your choices are yours! Come learn the financial secrets that every college graduate wishes they would have known when they were in your shoes. Great information that will help you leave with a degree and not a lot of debt.

August 17 @ 3:30 p.m.

Study Away
Carol Martin, Director
International Programs Office
Activity Center West 136

Step out of your comfort zone!

Are you ready for the global marketplace? Students who choose to study for a semester or year in another part of the world, or even in another part of the country come away with a better understanding of their own and other cultures, an increased sense of confidence,  flexibility, and problem solving—all sought after qualities in the workplace. Come find out how you can make it happen with our help.

Graduate Medical Education
Dr. Jacob Hornby, Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division
Sacajawea Hall 112

Careers in healthcare are in great demand and offer a lot of options for students with different interests.  While healthcare professionals are in demand across the U.S., Idaho and the inland Northwest are in great need, leading to the expansion of programs and the development of new medical schools.  In this session, we will talk about preparing for different areas of healthcare practice, including physicians, pharmacists, dentists, physical and occupational therapists, optometrists, podiatrists, veterinary medicine, physician assistants, dental hygienists, and physical therapy assistants.

Blackboard Basics
Dawn Lesperance, Director
e-Learning Services
Sam Glenn Complex 122

Join e-Learning Services to learn about the LCSC Learning Management Service (LMS) – Blackboard Learn.  BbL is where you find course content, assignments, grades, organization pages, and much more!  Our staff will be on hand to aid students logging into BbL for the first time and assisting with password changes (if needed).  Additionally, we will talk about what you should see when logging in, how to navigate within the LMS, and answer any other questions you may have.

 

Math Anxiety
Dr. Kacey Diemert, Assistant Professor & Dr. Heather Moon, Assistant Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division
Meriwether Lewis Hall 130

It is our goal, at LCSC, to help students to find ways to become lifelong learners. This philosophy requires new strategies for success and learning in your mathematics courses. In this session, we would like to share strategies for daily work, note taking, exam preparation, and preparing for your next math course. 

August 18 @ 2:00 p.m.

Veterans
Stephen Tamm, Coordinator
Activity Center West 132

Come to this session to meet LCSC's new Veterans' Services Coordinator, learn about the requirements associated with the various veterans educational benefits programs, and other services and resources available on campus.  Veterans or their dependents who are not receiving educational benefits are encouraged to attend as well.

Stress Management and Wellness Strategies: Steps to Success
Dr. Heather Van Mullem, Professor
Movement & Exercise Science
Activity Center West 134

Come to this informative and interactive session to talk with LCSC students and faculty about stress management and wellness strategies on campus to help you navigate the challenges of college life. LCSC students will share their experiences and offer strategies they’ve found successful. 

August 18 @ 2:30 p.m.

40 Money Management Tips Every College Student Should Know
Karen Richel, M.S., AFC, Certified Money Coach
University of Idaho Extension
Activity Center West 136

You’re here…ready to start college. Your life is just beginning. You ARE FREE! Your choices are yours! Come learn the financial secrets that every college graduate wishes they would have known when they were in your shoes. Great information that will help you leave with a degree and not a lot of debt.

Blackboard Basics
Dawn Lesperance, Director
e-Learning Services
Sam Glenn Complex 122

Join e-Learning Services to learn about the LCSC Learning Management Service (LMS) – Blackboard Learn.  BbL is where you find course content, assignments, grades, organization pages, and much more!  Our staff will be on hand to aid students logging into BbL for the first time and assisting with password changes (if needed).  Additionally, we will talk about what you should see when logging in, how to navigate within the LMS, and answer any other questions you may have.

Admissions Office
Reid Centennial Hall, Rm 102 Contact admissions@lcsc.edu (208) 792-2210(800) 933-5272 ext 2210 (toll free)