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Welcome Parents and Family Members

Your student is about to embark on the journey of a lifetime here at Lewis-Clark State College, and we value your involvement. It’s our desire that LCSC becomes a second home to your student. As you get ready to send your future Warrior on the path to success at LC, we hope to keep you informed and well prepared. We look forward to serving you. Please navigate the following links to find any information you need.

Admissions

Freshman

The Office of Admission/Registrar can help your student with applying to LCSC, tracking the status of his/her application, what to do after your student has been admitted, how to become an Idaho Resident, and much more. 

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Financial Aid / Scholarships

Financial Aid Office Staff

The Financial Aid Office has a great deal of resources and information to help your student figure out the best way to cover college expenses whether it be through FAFSA, scholarships and waivers, grants, loans, or through a work-study program.

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Resources

Library Books

Below are several links that will help guide and encourage your student to a successful academic experience. 

Consumer Information Data Privacy (FERPA) Student Accounts

Frequently Asked Questions

How do my student’s dual credits transfer to LCSC?

Please be sure we have an official college transcript from the providing institution so we can evaluate the credits.  Visit www.lcsc.edu/admissions for information about how credits can transfer.

My sTudent is interested in athletics, what do I do?

Many coaches prefer you contact them directly. Many coaches also request that students fill out an athletic profile located on the athletic website at lcwarriors.com  It is still very important that your student follow the other appropriate information relating to admission and deadlines. 

What financial opportunities exist for my student?

LCSC provides numerous scholarship opportunities. We have several scholarships available on our Financial Aid website. Students will fill out the general application listing their qualifications and return it by the March 1st priority deadline. In addition, merit based scholarships are awarded based on a student’s cumulative grade point average (based on the 7th semester transcript or 1st or 2nd trimester transcript) or ACT/SAT test score. In order to receive this additional money, a student will need to be tentatively admitted by March 1st. Finally, many scholarships are tied to the Free Application Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and this must also be turned in by March 1st

Who should I contact if I have general questions about college processes?

Contact the Office of New Student Recruitment at recruitment@lcsc.edu or (208) 792-2378. We’ll be happy to get you started.

What kind of help is available for your student?
  • Computer Labs
  • Math & Science Tutoring Center
  • Writing Lab
  • Spanish Lab
  • Accounting Lab
  • TRiO Academic Services
  • Learning Resource Center (for technical students only)
  • Career exploration, mock interviews, resume building
  • Personal counseling services
What is there for my student to do in the LC Valley?
  • Golf year ‘round!
  • Water sports
  • Fishing, hunting, hiking, camping
  • Shopping
  • Community Events
  • For more information about the LC Valley, please visit www.lcvalleychamber.org

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