I'm Already Admitted

Congratulations! We are so excited to have you as a part of our Warrior family! LC State is a caring place that will offer you support and helpful resources, so never hesitate to reach out. We want to help you succeed!

What Does My Admissions Status Mean?

Applicants who have submitted all required application materials, including a final transcript, are fully admitted.

For more information on Full/Regular Admission, please see our Admissions Standards.

Applicants who have not submitted a final transcript are tentatively admitted to LC State.

To be fully admitted, you must submit your official transcript at the end of your final school year.

In order to find out more about what to submit, you can check your application status. For more information on Tentative Admission, please see our Admissions Standards.

If an applicant does not qualify for regular admission, they may be considered for provisional admission by satisfying one of the following criteria:

1. Proof of high school graduation with less than a 2.0 cumulative GPA, or

2. Graduated from a secondary school accredited by a body recognized by the Board but has not completed the Admissions Standards Core Courses, or

3. Did not graduate from a secondary school accredited by a body recognized by the Board, including home schooled students, and has acceptable performance on either the General Education Development (GED) test (standard score of 600, 500 on 2002-2013 test, or 50 prior to 2002 test), or another standardized diagnostic test accepted by the institution, or

4. Deserves consideration by the institution because of special status (e.g,, disadvantaged or minority students, delayed entry students, returning veterans, or gifted and talented students wishing to enter college early).

A student seeking provisional admission must take at least one (1) assessment indicator that will allow the institution to assess competency and placement.

If provisionally admitted, a student will enroll with provisional standing and is subject to the institutional grade retention. A provisionally admitted student may change to regular admission status upon satisfactory completion of 14 baccalaureate-level credits, 12 credits of which must be general education courses while maintaining a 2.0 GPA. Regular admission status must be attained within three registration periods (summer sessions are excluded), or the student will be moved to non-degree seeking status, limited to 11 credits per semester and not be eligible for financial aid; subject to Petition Committee appeal procedures.

To learn more about Provisional Admission, please see our Admissions Standards.

For transfer students or returning students, applicants who do not qualify for regular admission per our admission standards or based on academic standing from previous schooling are probationally admitted.

To remain a full-time student, you will need to attain a 2.0 GPA in all college courses at LC State.

Failure to do so will result in academic suspension.

*You may also be tentatively admitted, so check your application status to see what's left to submit.

To learn more about Probational Admission, please see our Admissions Standards.

Students who have been accepted to LC State can defer their admission for one year.

How do you request deferred admission? Go to your Be a Warrior account and click "Request Deferral" on the admission application or on the Supplemental Items & Documents tab.

  • Students who are denied admission or have incomplete admission files do not qualify for deferred admission. A new application must be submitted.
  • If you have been fully admitted, we will change your status to tentatively admitted. This will allow us to check if you enrolled at a different college/university during the deferral period.

Contact the Admissions Office at 208-792-2378 if you have any questions.

What's Next?

Check LCMail regularly!

Different departments and offices will be reaching out to you about upcoming events, activities, and deadlines.


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Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Even if you think you’re not likely to qualify for need-based aid, it’s still a good idea to apply. If you complete your FAFSA and will start attending LC State in the fall semester, you'll receive a financial aid notification in early spring, If you will start attending LC State in the fall semester, you'll receive a financial aid notification in early winter. These notifications will direct you to view and accept your financial aid package on WarriorWeb.

  • Priority deadline (fall semester start): March 1st
  • Priority deadline (spring semester start): November 1st

Submit General Scholarship Application

LC State provides access to a wide variety of institutional scholarships, out-of-state tuition scholarships/waivers, and outside funding opportunities. Scholarships are available for various majors, minority students, first-year students, transfer students, and non-traditional students.

  • Priority deadline: March 1st

Watch Out for Offer Letters

Students generally have two weeks to return offer letters before aid is canceled.

  • Log onto WarriorWeb.
  • Print the Award Letter Checklist and use it as a guide.
  • Your Award Letter needs to be signed and submitted to the Financial Aid Office within two weeks.
  • You cannot accept your financial aid electronically.

For more information on the above processes, please visit our Financial Aid website or contact the Financial Aid Office at [email protected] or (208) 792-2224.

Pay for College

Visit our Student Account Services website to view payment options and important dates and deadlines. For more information, please contact Student Account Services at [email protected] or (208) 792-2790.

Students are able to live on- or off-campus. On-campus housing and assignments are based on the date deposits are received. To apply for on-campus housing, click here. Once on-campus housing is full, students can continue to apply and be placed on a waitlist. Visit the Residence Life site to learn about on-campus and some off-campus options.

If you have questions about housing, please contact Residence Life at [email protected] or (208) 792-2053.

First-Year Students

**Remember to send final transcripts if you have been tentatively admitted.

New LC students need to sign up to attend STAR (STudent Advising and Registration) to get your first semester of classes selected.

If you have been admitted, but have not received your STAR email, please contact The Advising Center at 208-792-2313.

Transfer and Returning Students

**Remember to send final transcripts if you have been tentatively admitted.

You will meet with an advisor before you register for your courses. To find out who your advisor is you will need to reach out to your division. 

How to Register:

  1. Be certain that you have all holds cleared. Students with holds (Library, Security, etc.) will not be allowed to register.
  2. Meet with your academic advisor. Once you have been advised, your advisor will ‘release’ an electronic hold that will allow you to access Web registration.
  3. Log on to WarriorWeb and complete the Conditions of Registration.
  4. Access Student Planning in WarriorWeb.

If you experience technical difficulty (logins, passwords, etc.) contact the Helpdesk at 208-792-2231. If you have concerns regarding content (credits, courses, etc.), contact the Registrar and Records Office at [email protected] or 208-792-2223.

Non-Degree Students

Once you have been admitted, you can register during open registration as long as you have met the pre-requisites for the course(s) in which you wish to enroll. You should receive an email with instructions on how to register. You are not required to attend a STAR (Student Advising and Registration) session, though you are more than welcome to do so.

Please contact The Advising Center at 208-792-2313 if you have questions or would like to schedule a STAR session.

Your next step is to enroll in classes through WarriorWeb. Here’s how to get started:

  1. Call the Registrar’s Office at 208-792-2223 to activate your non-degree program.
  2. Log in to WarriorWeb.
  3. Click on the Students menu.
  4. Under Academics, click on Student Planning and Registration.
  5. A new window should open, click on Student Planning in the top left hand corner of the screen and then select Conditions of Registration.
  6. You will need to read through and complete the Conditions of Registration before you can register for classes.

If you experience technical difficulty (logins, passwords, etc.) contact the Helpdesk at 208-792-2231. If you have concerns regarding content (credits, courses, etc.), contact the Registrar and Records Office at [email protected] or 208-792-2223.

The purpose of orientation is to insure you get the information you need to make a smooth and successful transition to our campus community. At orientation we want you to be informed and welcomed into the Warrior family!

Check out our New Student Orientation website for more information.

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Destination LC

July 8, 15, 22, 29 drop in from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm to get your questions answered and check everything off your fall semester to-do list!

New Student Orientation

Welcome New Students!

Welcome to LC State! We've got a lot planned for New Student Orientation. You'll receive valuable tools and information to kick off your LC State career.

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Financial Aid

Find out how to make your LC State education even more affordable. We offer resources that can help you submit your FAFSA, find scholarships, and more!

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Want To Live On Campus?

Residence Life is the office to visit to apply for housing with LC State. Take a tour to see the different halls, get answers to all your questions about living in the dorms, and find out about meal plan options.

What's the Difference Between Be a Warrior and WarriorWeb?

Your Be a Warrior account helps you become a student. You use it to apply, track your application, and uploaded supplemental items like transcripts and test scores.

WarriorWeb is your source for online student records and course information. You can search and register for classes, print your schedule, determine your financial aid status and accept financial aid, check your grades, view your academic transcript, and much more!

Timelines

Seniors, print a spring checklist to help you stay on track to start classes this fall!

Non-Seniors, print a spring checklist to help you stay on track to start classes this fall!

**This is a generalized timeline. While some deadlines are hard deadlines, others are just suggested.

October

  • Oct 1: The FAFSA is available to submit (Priority deadline: March 1st)

December

January

  • Send 7th semester transcripts to the Admissions Office (High school seniors and transfer students currently taking classes only)

February

  • If admitted, sign up for STAR to register for classes
    • A placement test (ACT/SAT or ALEKS Math Test and Writing Placement Exam) will be required prior to course registration.
  • Ensure your admission file and FAFSA are complete (Priority deadline: March 1st)

March

March-April

  • Sign and return financial aid award letters to the Financial Aid office
  • Ensure your housing application has been submitted
  • Check your LCMail regularly
  • Check your WarriorWeb account regularly

April

  • Return any new financial aid award letters to the Financial Aid Office
  • Continue to check LCMail regularly

March-August

  • Attend a STAR and register for Fall classes
  • Continue to check LCMail regularly

May

  • Roommate assignments are sent out for on-campus residents
  • Send final transcripts to the Admissions Office
  • Continue to check LCMail regularly

June-July

July

August

  • Aug 8: Fall Application Deadline (ensure all application materials are turned in)
  • Aug 18: Residence Hall Move-In Day
  • Aug 20: New Student Orientation
  • First day of Fall semester (see the full Academic Calendar)
  • Fees due by the 5th day of the semester

**This is a generalized timeline. While some deadlines are hard deadlines, others are just suggested.

October

November

  • Attend STAR (STudent Advising and Registration) to register for Spring classes

December

January

  • Jan 8: Spring Application Deadline (ensure all application materials are turned in)
  • New Student Orientation
  • First day of Spring Semester (see the full Academic Calendar)
  • Fees due by the 5th day of the semester

March

  • March 1: Priority deadline for financial aid for the following academic year

Warrior Wisdom

Frequently Asked Questions

You will sign into WarriorWeb and select the 'Students' menu. On the next page under the 'Academics' header you will find the 'Admission Status and Acceptance Letter' link, it's the last link in the 'Academics' list. If you have more than once acceptance letter you can select which one you would like to see. Your most recent acceptance letter will be at the bottom.

Contact the Admissions Office at 208-792-2378 or [email protected] if you have questions or need assistance.

If you have questions that are specific to you and your application to LC State, please contact the Admissions Office at [email protected] or (208) 792-2210 or (208) 792-2378 or directly from the Admissions Specialists page.