Becoming Part of Our Family! 

Your student is about to embark on the journey of a lifetime here at Lewis-Clark State College. We value your involvement and it's our goal to keep you informed. As you get ready to send your future Warrior on the path to success at LCSC, we look forward to serving you. It is important to us that LCSC becomes a second home to your student and that you feel welcomed and appreciated.

Frequently Asked Questions

My student submitted everything. Now what?

Your student will receive notification of their admission status (i.e., accepted for regular, tentative, or provisional admission, probation, and denial) via mail as soon as we receive all admission documents from them (application, official transcripts, test scores).

Decisions on completed applications are made on a rolling basis. Normally, this process takes about one to two weeks but can take up to four weeks depending on the volume of applications that are being received at that time. If your student is accepted, please visit our Already Admitted website to check out what's next.

**High school senior applicants cannot be granted full admission until completion and submission of their final official high school and college transcripts (if applicable).

Where can I find sholarships and other financial aid information?

All financial aid forms and applications can be accessed through the Financial Aid website. We highly recommend that your student submit a General Scholarship application. Your student will also want to submit a FASFA (FASFA school code: 001621), which will determine their eligibility for federal and state aid. All financial aid forms and applications must be received by our March 1st priority deadline for priority consideration.

Have questions about financial aid? Visit our Financial Aid FAQ website.

For more information regarding the specific types of financial aid available to your student, please contact the Financial Aid office at finaid@lcsc.edu or (208) 792-2224.

What are the housing options for my student?

Your student is not required to live on-campus, so allow them to choose what's best for them! We do recommend first-year students live on campus to be in a more involved atmosphere where they are close to many helpful resources and fun activities and events. On-campus housing and assignments are based on the date deposits are received. Once on-campus housing is full, students can continue to apply and be placed on a waitlist. Visit the Residence Life website to learn about on-campus and some off-campus options.

If you have questions about housing, please contact Residence Life at reslife@lcsc.edu or (208) 792-2053.

How do my student's credits transfer to LCSC?

Students must submit all admission documents (application, test scores, and official transcripts) before the Registrar and Records Office does an official evaluation of credits.

Official transcripts must arrive in a sealed envelope or in official electronic format from the issuing institution. Photocopies of records are not official. Official transcripts must include student's full name, institution, grade points, credits, and grade point average. They must be marked official and include a key.

Please allow up to three weeks for the Registrar and Records Office to complete an official evaluation of your student's general education coursework. If your student has questions about the evaluation process, please contact the Registrar and Records Office at registrar@lcsc.edu or (208) 792-2223.

What should my student do if interested in playing NAIA sports?

Many coaches prefer you contact them directly. It is still very important that your student follow the other appropriate information relating to admission and deadlines.

How does my student give me access to their grades, finances, etc?

Lewis-Clark State College adheres to federal, state, and institutional policies to ensure the security and privacy of information stored in the college’s student information system.  Information regarding student grades, finances and tax information will only be shared if/when a student grants proxy access.

LCSC students have the ability to designate a “proxy” user who may access their information within the Self-Service/WarriorWeb system.  A proxy user is typically a parent, spouse, guardian, etc. to whom the student grants access to view typically private information depending upon what information (grades, financial, tax) the student wishes to share.

If your student needs instructions to grant proxy access, see below.

Person Proxy Instructions

How does my student set up a payment plan?

A payment plan may be available to students who do not have a delinquent account with the college and have not defaulted on any previous financial obligations incurred at the college.

Students who are allowed to defer payment of fees will be required to sign a formal promissory note and will be assessed a $25 administrative service charge.

A down payment of 50% of total fees, plus the service charge, is required at the time the contract is signed.  The balance is split in half, with a payment due in 30 days and the remaining half due the following 30 days.

Please feel free to contact Student Accounts in the Controller’s Office for more details regarding the payment plan at (208) 792-2202 or studentaccounts@lcsc.edu.

What if my student gets injured or becomes ill?

LCSC has partnered with St. Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) in order to continue our high quality and affordable health services for students. This gives students access to an expanded range of quality health specialties and services right on campus. Student Health Services is a fully functioning primary care facility.

All LCSC students, full or part-time, are eligible to seek care at Student Health Services.

  • Medical care of acute problems
  • Management of chronic medical problems
  • Preventative health visits
  • Vaccinations
  • Wellness education
  • Cancer screenings appropriate for age and risk factors
  • Testing, immunization
  • Sports physicals
  • Laboratory services
  • Care for pre-existing conditions & physical exams

If your student requires more specialized care, the clinician may refer them to a specialist in the local community for further evaluation and treatment.

For more information, please contact Student Health Services at studenthealth@lcsc.edu or (208) 792-2251.

How safe is campus?

We try very hard as a collective whole to make campus a safe space for everyone. Campus Security is on campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Campus Security is staffed by trained officers with experience in security and law enforcement. Campus Security is here to help all students. If your student has security concerns or needs an escort to their car, residence hall, or another campus building, they are welcome to contact Campus Security at any time of the day or night.

For more information regarding the Security Office, please feel free to contact the Security Office at (208) 792-2226.

Why do you need my student's SSN?

If your student applied by Apply Idaho or left their SSN off of their college application, in order to be eligible for financial aid, they will need to submit their Social Security number. They can submit it through their 'Be a Warrior' account or fax it to the Admissions Office at (208) 792-2876.


 

Admissions Office
Reid Centennial Hall, Rm 114 Contact admissions@lcsc.edu (208) 792-23781 800 933-5272 ext. 2378 (toll free)

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