The Division of Student Affairs is an integral component of Lewis-Clark
State College's educational mission. Members of the Division provide students and the
campus community with services, programs, activities and information to allow students to
maximize their education. Division employees are educators, counselors, advisors, managers
and advocates who work with the entire campus to facilitate student growth and
The Division of Student Affairs provides a wide variety of services to enrolled students,
prospective students and citizens of the region. These services include admissions,
veteran's affairs, international student services, financial aid, registration and
records, new student orientation, academic advising, academic support, counseling,
minority student services, disabled student services, student health center, career
development, student activities, intramurals/recreation and testing.
Vice President for Student Affairs
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The Vice President for Student Affairs oversees the nine departments within the Division,
serves as the lead advocate for student concerns, works closely with Associate Students,
and is the campus judicial officer. In close cooperation with the College's President,
Provost, and Faculty Senate, the Vice President seeks to insure an excellent education
environment, conducive for student learning and success.
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The primary purpose of Enrollment Management is to help prospective students enroll at the
College and to help them succeed once they are here. The office processes admission
applications for domestic and international students, coordinates veterans' educational
benefits, and oversees the College's Student Success Program. The office also analyzes
transcripts from other institutions to determine potential LCSC core equivalencies.
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The Office of the Registrar maintains all students' paper and electronic academic records.
Additionally, The Registrar's Office conducts registration, prepares academic transcripts
when requested, verifies enrollment for currently and previously enrolled students,
verifies degree completion and graduation. The Office is the custodian of the master
course catalog and coordinates the scheduling of classes each academic term.
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The mission of the Office of Student Life is to assist and support students to achieve
their educational goals. Student Life focuses on the student's educational, emotional and
physical well being by providing services such as personal counseling, health care
assistance, Native American/Minority Programs, educational advising, disability services,
testing and new student orientation. All of these activities promote student's
accomplishments while they participate in the LCSC community.
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Career Development Services provides comprehensive services including career exploration,
job match and placement related activities to LCSC students and alumni. Students are
encouraged to visit Career Development Services to become familiar with its library
materials, current workshop schedule, career counselors, DISCOVER ( a computerized career
information system), and special events. Students are invited to use, free of charge, two
computers which are located in the CDS office and are available for a variety of
Student Support Services
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Federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education, the Student Support Services
Program provides a combination of academic management, counseling, tutoring, workshops,
guided study groups, learning strategy courses, computer support, and educational
advising. Because the program works with a limited number of students, services are
streamlined to meet individual needs. Through program assessment and subsequent support
services, students learn strategies to succeed in college.
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The Department of Learning Services supports the lifelong process by providing academic,
technical, and personal support to individuals transitioning into new educational and
occupational experiences. These services are provided by the Adult Basic Education
Program, the Center for New Directions, the Applied Academics Program, and the Carl
Perkins Vocational Education Act. Services are available on campus as well as at many of
our Outreach locations.
College programming activities provide an opportunity for students to participate in a
wide range of informal extracurricular experiences which enhance the total learning
process. These activities are not incidental to college life, but are an integral part of
the total educational framework of the college. Students can receive assistance from
professional staff in the development and implementation of social, cultural and
educational activities throughout the year.
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Living on campus can enrich a student's college experience. Students who live in campus
residence halls typically find their college years more satisfying, are less likely to
drop out, and often perform better academically than nonresidential students. Living on
campus also provides a student with extensive interaction with other students, and
numerous opportunities to examine new ideas and values. Interpersonal skills and lifetime
friendships can be developed.
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The purpose of student financial aid is to provide resources to students who would
otherwise be unable to pursue post-secondary education. The financial aid policy at
Lewis-Clark State College is designed to help meet the financial need of all eligible
students who are enrolled in a degree or certificate program. Financial aid counseling is
available to all prospective and enrolled students. The Office of Financial Aid oversees
Pell Grants, subsidized and unsubsidized loans, work-study programs, and scholarship and