Student Services Offered Through North Idaho College

We work closely with North Idaho College and their faculty and staff to bring a positive student experience to all those who participate in the transfer process. This collaboration allows us to provide a full menu of services to our students.

Accommodations can be made through North Idaho College's Disability Student Services Department.  Call 208.769.5947 or visit their office in Seiter Hall, Room 100 to make an appointment. Students can also find applications at their front office.

It is strongly recommended that the request for accommodation be made as early as possible, well before the first test or lecture for the accommodation is needed.

LCSC Coeur d'Alene Students can take proctored class exams at the North Idaho Testing Center at no cost.*

*Specialty exams may be charged a fee.  Check with the testing center staff when making your appointment.

Up-to-date information about hours, rules, location, and more can be found on the NIC Testing Center Website.

NOTE:  Walk-in testing is for NIC and LCSC class exams only.  All other testing (including placement assessments) require an appointment.  Call the NIC Testing Center at least one week or more in advance to make an appointment.  For busy times such as mid-terms or finals it is strongly recommended that you schedule these appointments even earlier.

The Writing Center at North Idaho College is located in the middle of campus behind Lee-Kildow Hall. It is available to LCSC-CDA students for support on various writing assignments.
Call 208.769.3298 or visit the NIC Writing Center website for more information.

The North Idaho College Library allows LCSC-CDA students to check out books through the Molstead Library.
LCSC students will need a student ID in order to check books out.
LC student ID's are taken at new student orientation or can be done in Coeur d'Alene by calling 208-667-5275
For more information about the Molstead Library call 208.769.3355 or visit the Molstead Library website.

Career Services-Discover Your Purpose!

Career counseling is available to all LC State students through NIC's Career Services located at the SUB at NIC.

Through NIC's experienced professional career counselors, they offer career counseling to explore options within your field, informational interview contacts for networking, and job search skills.
Students also have access to online resources such as the Career Center’s library, Career Information System (CIS), job listings, and more.
Call 208.769.7821 or visit the Career Services website for more information.

The American Indian Student Center is located at the Edminster Student Union Building (SUB-Lower Level).  It is staffed by the American Indian Student Advisor, Matt Williams. This organization provides primary and supplemental advising and academic support services to American Indian students. To find out more information call 208-769-3365 or visit the American Indian Student Center's website

Lewis Clark State students can be a part of the NIC Veteran's Club, as well as take advantage of the NIC Veteran Resource Center.
Visit the Veteran and Military Family Services webpage.

The North Idaho College Food Pantry is a safe and welcoming place designed to meet the needs of students who are facing food scarcity. Visit the food pantry website for more information.
Location: Edminster Student Union Building Room 004, NIC
Call Lauren Corley at 208.676.7156 or email [email protected].

There are also limited food bags available at the DeArmond Student Services Center.

Contact Justene Garner at [email protected]

Get your sweat on! The NIC Student Wellness and Recreation Center is available to LC State students for a $30/month membership fee.

Visit the North Idaho College Recreation website for more information.