Can I apply for a
room if I haven't registered for classes?
Yes. You must have been issued at least tentative acceptance
from the Admissions Office, completed and signed the License Agreement, and paid the $200 deposit before
a room is
assigned. Students are allowed to register for classes throughout the year, but
you cannot be issued a room unless you have been accepted for admission to
Lewis-Clark State College.
What is my address?
Your address will be:
Your Hall and Room Number - LCSC
500 8th Avenue
Lewiston, ID 83501
You will need to use the address above
for all packages and letters. The Lewiston Post Office separates all of LCSC's
mail which is then delivered to campus in bulk each day. If your address is not
correct, you might not receive your mail. This address is also used
for all Express Mail, DHL, UPS or Federal Express. The Campus Mail room
appreciates you receiving your mail by using the format above.
When is my
mail delivered to my mailbox?
The Resident Assistants deliver the mail
on a daily basis to each of the halls. The mail is distributed into your
assigned mailbox, for which you have been given a key or a combination. The mail is picked up from the LCSC Campus Mailroom
each day. It is then
sorted for each hall and put into the box for pickup by the RAs. Mail is
normally distributed into student mailboxes in the halls by 6:00 pm daily (Mon-Fri). The
campus does not receive weekend mail. If you are expecting a Federal Express,
DHL, UPS or package delivery, you will receive an email from the Residence Life office that you
have a package and stating where to pick it up. If you are expecting a package,
please make sure to check your email by 4:00 pm on Friday in order to receive
your package before the weekend, as there is no mail/package service on the
What if I don't know my ID Number?
The Office of
Residence Life can look the ID# up in the student database. However, if you know your
number you should include it on your housing application.
When will I receive roommate
We try to send out the first batch of
roommate assignments before the end of May. The Office of Residence Life does our
best to provide accurate roommate information. Often students sign up for
housing and then decide not to come. Throughout the summer, as additional
students sign up or cancel, we will email previously assigned students with new
What furniture is provided for my room?
Clark Hall, Talkington Hall & Parrish House: The furniture in your bedroom includes: bunk beds
(extra long twin), study desk(s), study
chair(s) and a wardrobe with 2 drawers.
is furnished with a sofa,
coffee table, dining table and chairs, full size refrigerator and microwave. The bedrooms are each furnished with a twin bed
(extra long twin), a study desk and chair and a
wardrobe with 2 drawers. The bedrooms each have their own heating & air
conditioning. Since there are kitchenettes you will want to have a few
microwaveable pans, dishes, and please bring wastepaper baskets. Shower curtains
are provided. Clearwater Hall has wireless internet and there are television
cable hookups in each private bedroom and in the living space. There is one
telephone in the common area of each suite.
What should I
Personal Items: We suggest bringing items that will help your room feel like home, items such
as: posters, pictures, fan, pillows, linens/blankets (twin extra long), stereo,
stuffed animals, towels & wash cloths, computer, desk lamp, and a clock. You
will be responsible for cleaning your own suite, so please bring a small vacuum
cleaner and other cleaning supplies.
Supplies: If you
live in Clearwater Hall or Parrish House please make sure you bring your own
toilet plunger and cleaning supplies. It is helpful to check with your
suitemates to see what they plan to bring, or just getting together when you
arrive to set up a cleaning scheduling and go on a supplies shopping trip. The
Office of Residence Life stocks each of the suites with one roll of toilet
paper, but it is your responsibility to furnish toilet paper for the year. If
light bulbs need replacing, please contact your RA, or complete the form listed
on our website at:
Please do NOT
flush paper towels, tissues or anything other than toilet paper; other items
will clog the toilets and you will have to wait until the LCSC Physical Plant
can fix the problem.
Can we have microwaves?
Yes, you can have microwaves, not
greater than 700 watts. If you are living in Clark Hall, there is one
microwave located in the basement kitchen. (See
below for Clearwater Hall )
Can we have refrigerators?
You may have a refrigerator in your
room as long as it is no larger than 4.6 cubic feet. If you are in Clearwater
Hall, one full size refrigerator is provided in each suite.
(See below for Clearwater Hall)
Clearwater Hall (kitchenettes)
The kitchenettes include cabinet space, sink, one microwave
and one full size refrigerator. It is the responsibility of the residents to
provide any cookware, dishes, silverware, glasses, etc., as well as cleaning
supplies. The units are similar to renting an apartment. The residents need to
provide items for the kitchen.
Where do I get my ID card?
You obtain your Warrior One card from the Student Union
Building Information Desk. If you live in Clearwater Hall, Clark Hall, or
Parrish House you
will need the card before you can obtain access to your building and room/suite.
Where do I get my meal ticket?
Your meal access is coded onto your student ID card. Your
meal card is activated when you sign up. If you have not paid for your meal plan
by the 6th day of classes, the plan is deactivated.
Where do I get my parking permit?
permit may be obtained from the Cashier’s window in the Administration Building,
the Student Union Building Information Desk or through the Security Office which
is located on the mail floor of Meriwether Lewis Hall (MLH). You can also
download a parking permit from the Security website, which is found at:
Where do I park?
If you live in Clark Hall a parking lot is adjacent
to the building, on 4th St, or across 4th St or 11th Ave. Talkington Hall
residents may park anywhere on campus but there is a lot directly to the west
(across 4th St) that is very close to the building. Parrish House residents may
park on the north side of the street (in front of Parrish) or in the hospital
parking lot. The residents are not to park on the south side of the street in
front of the private homes or in the doctor's office parking lot.
Hall residents and visitors are to park in the D Street parking lot:
Parking for Clearwater Hall - Clearwater Hall is listed as
́6 on the map.
Where do I get my phone?
Although most students have cell phones, phone lines are
provided in all rooms. If you wish to use a land line, you will need to bring
your own phone. Local calls are free; if you want make long distance calls, you
will need to purchase a calling card. A phone is provided in the living area of
each suite in Clearwater Hall.
What is my phone number?
Your phone number will be available to you during check-in.
If you check in at any other time, please call the Office of Residence Life at
208-792-2053. The Office cannot give your phone number to anyone else, so it
will be your responsibility to share your phone number with family and friends.
How do I call long distance?
Long distance calls may be made with a phone card or prepaid
Is there a computer hookup?
internet is provided in all residence halls. There is no additional charge for
When and where do I pay my fees?
Fees are paid to the Cashier’s window in the Administration
Building. Fees are due by the fifth day of class, unless other financial
arrangements have been made.
Can we have pets?
- AQUARIUM FISH are the only pets allowed in the
residence halls. We do not allow any turtles, frogs, hermit crabs or any other
aquarium living pet.
Can I get a room to myself?
All suites in Clearwater Hall have private bedrooms. Talkington
Hall has a few single rooms, the others are shared. Parrish House has a few
single bedrooms. Clark Hall is mostly two person bedrooms.
I’m interested in getting involved on campus - where can I
find out about clubs and organizations?
For information on activities and organizations on Campus,
please contact the Clubs & Organizations Office at 208-792-2804. This office is
located in the Student Union Building room 208. For activities happening within
the residence halls or to become a member of the board, contact your RA or RD.
For information on involvement within your living community, contact your
Items that are
PROHIBITED in the residence halls:
system within the residence halls is not designed to carry heavy loads of
electrical equipment. For that reason and because of other safety concerns,
open-faced electric or heating appliances such as hot plates, broilers, and
space heaters are prohibited. Residents may have and use appliances with closed
coil elements such as coffee pots, crock pots and hot pots.
Please refer to the
Residence Hall Handbook
for further answers to questions you may have.
You may purchase postage at
the mail room in Sam Glenn Complex, lower level. The do not sell actual stamps,
but they can weigh your envelope or package and provide postage for it.
You will be notified by the Office of Residence Life when you receive packages
along with instructions of the times and place to pick up the package.
We look forward to your arrival on campus!
For more information contact the Office of
Residence Life (208) 792-2053