Lewis-Clark State College takes pride in offering a quality education at an affordable cost. For more than a decade, LCSC has offered the lowest tuition among all of Idaho's four-year public institutions. With hands-on instruction that connects learning to life from an award-winning faculty, students leave LCSC ready for their next journey.
In the table to the right, you will find the 2013-14 Student Tuition and Fee schedule associated with taking classes at Lewis-Clark State College. Your total overall cost will vary depending upon factors such as health insurance, residency, housing status, course fees, books and supplies, meal plans, transportation, and other personal expenses.More than 75 percent of LCSC students also qualify for some form of financial aid (including scholarships, federal aid and Veteran's benefits), which can significantly reduce the cost of education.
The Controller's Office, located in the Administration Building, is the business and accounting office where students pay their bills, including tuition, and where all student account information is available. The Financial Aid Office, located in Reid Centennial Hall, is where students receive help with applying for scholarship and financial aid funding.
The LCSC Controller's Office accepts cash, checks, and most debit and credit cards. All fees must be paid in full, or a payment plan contract signed by the fifth official day of the semester. Financial Aid should be available before the first official day of the semester for students who have met the Priority Deadline, have returned their signed financial aid/scholarship award letter and are enrolled for the appropriate number of credits two weeks before classes begin.
|Full-time: 12 or more credits||Semester||Annual|
|Part-time: 9 or less credits||$296/credit|
|Part-time: 10-11 credits, flat rate||$2,892||$5,784|
|Overload (20 or more credits)||$296/credit|
|*Insurance (may be waived, see below)||Fall: $823, **Spring:$1,137||$1,960|
|2014 Summer Session Fees||$296/credit|
*The Idaho State Board of Education requires all full-time and international students to have health insurance, but waivers are available to those who are covered under a similiar plan. See Student Health Insurance for more details.
**Spring fee also includes summer coverage
Fees listed above right are for the 2013-14 academic year only and are subject to change as directed by the State Board of Education. Full-time status is defined as 12 or more credit hours per semester. The fees listed are a summary of the most common fees assessed. Some Academic and most Technical Division classes have additional course, lab, and/or program fees, which are subject to change. Courses and the fees associated with them are listed in WarriorWeb. Additional fee information is available on the Student Accounts webpage. There may also be specific supplies, uniforms or tools a student will need to purchase, depending on the program. Contact your Program Advisor for more details.
The Financial Aid Office develops a Cost of Attendance estimate, which is used in the calculation of financial aid packages. Elements of the Cost of Attendance include transportation, housing, meals, books, supplies, personal expenses, living expenses, and other potential costs outside of tuition and fees.
Payment of tuition, fees, housing and meal plans, and the release of residual funds is done through Student Accounts in the Controller's Office.Student Accounts
Discover and learn how to apply for the different types of Federal Student Aid and Scholarships to assist you in paying for college.Financial Aid Office
Take the next step in your life's journey and apply now. You're just one click away from changing your life and investing in yourself.Admissions Office