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Registration Deadlines:

Fall 2023

  • Registration Deadline: Friday, October 6, 2023
  • Payment Deadline: Friday, November 10, 2023
  • Last Day to Drop with no penalty. * Must complete the Add/Drop form to actually be removed from the class: Friday, November 10, 2023
  • Withdrawal Period (Students will receive a “W” on their transcript) and Advanced Opportunity Funds are frozen: Saturday, November 11th – December 15th, 2023. 

Spring 2024

  • Registration Deadline: Friday, March 8, 2024
  • Payment Deadline: Friday, May 10, 2024
  • Last Day to Drop with no penalty. * Must complete the Add/Drop form to actually be removed from the class: Friday, May 10, 2024
  • Withdrawal Period (Students will receive a “W” on their transcript) and Advanced Opportunity Funds are frozen: Saturday, May 11th – May 31st, 2024. 

LCSC Contact Info

Ashley James

Dual Credit Coordinator


anjames@lcsc.edu

dualcredit@lcsc.edu

(208) 792-2280

ISU Registration Checklist

  • Talk to your parents and your school Site Coordinator/Counselor about dual credit courses offered through IDLA. Be sure to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of college credit available through a dual credit course.  A full list of course offerings can be found on the IDLA Course Catalog.
  • Be sure you meet any prerequisite requirements for the course prior to registering for the course.
  • Work with your Site Coordinator to register for the course through IDLA.
  • Check your registration confirmation email for the course start date and other important information.
  • Complete the: LCSC Dual Credit Registration Form.  Make sure that you have all three signatures (parent, student, and school counselor) completed at the bottom of the form.
  • The course number, section number, and course title will be provided by your IDLA teacher in your IDLA course.
  • When completed, send your Dual Credit Registration Form via fax to (208) 792-2052.  Once you have completed your registration form and it has been faxed to the number listed above, please be sure to immediately follow step number 3 if you are using Advanced Opportunities Funds.
    • If you do not have access to a fax, you can upload your form to: https://lcsc.leapfile.net When uploading your file to LeapFile, please select “Dual Credit – Early College Programs” within the upload Recipient list.
  • Log in to your WarriorWeb and LCMail accounts. (Please allow one week for registration processing before setting up your WarriorWeb and LCMail accounts.)
  • Talk to your parents and your school Site Coordinator/Counselor about Advanced Opportunities funds provided by the State of Idaho. Determine whether or not to use these funds to pay for the cost of your college credits.
  • Using Advanced Opportunity funding? Work with your school Site Coordinator/Counselor to register through the state Advanced Opportunities portal.
  • Not using Advanced Opportunity funding? You have three other options for making payment.
    • Review to verify if you need to complete a certificate of residency with your county. If so, visit the Idaho Association of Counties website to access the form.
    • Pay via WarriorWeb: Log into WarriorWeb. Select Student Account, from here you can review and pay any outstanding charges with an e-check or accepted debit/credit card.
    • Pay by phone: Call (208) 792-2202, Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted.  A 2.5% service fee is added to credit card transactions.
    • Send check by mail: Make checks payable to LCSC.LCSC Student Accounts
      Administration Building
      500 8th Ave
      Lewiston, ID 83501

Accessing Canvas Quick Guide – All LCSC Dual Credit students will have access to Canvas, please review this guide to access additional courses.

Step 1: Log into LCMail & WarriorWeb

Log in to your WarriorWeb and LCMail accounts. (Please allow one week for registration processing before setting up your WarriorWeb and LCMail accounts.)

Step 2: Log into Canvas

Log into your LC State Canvas platform.
If you have issues logging in, use the “FORGOT PASSWORD” link and your password reset will be emailed to your LCMail Account!

Step 3: Access your: Dual Credit Advising & Resources Course on Canvas!

Resources include:

  • Deadline Reminders
  • Forms
  • Tutoring Assistance
  • Library information
  • Student Expectations
  • LC State Information
  • Much More!
  • Please allow one week for registration processing before logging into to your WarriorWeb and LCMail accounts.
  • If fees are not paid in full by the payment deadline, the student will be dropped from all classes. In order to be reinstated, students will need to petition and pay a $100 late registration fee plus any other applicable fees.
  • If you drop from your IDLA Dual Credit course, you must also drop or withdraw from your LCSC course. That process is a form that must be completed and signed by both the student and counselor and submitted to our fax number of 208-792-2052. If you do not complete this process, you will receive the grade you earned in your IDLA course on your LCSC transcript.
  • Resources as a Dual Credit student are listed on our website at https://www.lcsc.edu/early-college-programs/registration-resources
  • Dropping a course – You must drop your course by the payment deadline to receive a full refund. You must complete the Dual Credit Add/Drop/Withdrawal Form (counselor’s signature is required).
  • Withdrawing from a course in the high school or on-campus/online – This will result in a “W” on your official college transcript (without a refund). If you are using Advanced Opportunity funding for the course, your Advanced Opportunities funding will be frozen. You will be responsible for paying for a course out-of-pocket and successfully completing that course before your Advanced Opportunities funding will be accessible again. You must complete the Dual Credit Add/Drop/Withdrawal Form (counselor’s signature is required). 
  • Dropping or withdrawing from ALL courses – Complete the same process as above. Once Early College Programs staff have received the Dual Credit Add/Drop/Withdrawal Form, you will be prompted to complete the “Total Withdrawal” process on WarriorWeb. Work with your counselor during this process.

If you do not formally withdraw from class(es), you may be subject to failing grades on your permanent transcript, and you will not be entitled to ANY refund. The responsibility lies with you to initiate the drop/withdrawal process from a college course.

IDLA Program Pathways: Dual Credit Nursing Assistant (CNA)

The Dual Credit (DC) Nursing Assistant Roadmap is for students interested in pursuing a deeper knowledge of health care, medical terminology and certification as a nursing assistant. Students can request Advanced Opportunity Fast Forward funds to cover the cost of the dual credits as well as the first skills exam and the first written exam.

Through the CNA course sequence, students will be introduced to the healthcare system, the various professions involved in healthcare, basic anatomy and
physiology, medical terminology and the role and responsibilities of the nursing assistant.

In Idaho, the annual salary can range from $21,000 to $37,000. According to the Idaho Department of Labor Jobscape data, this position is in high demand.

For more information about certification as a CNA in Idaho, please visit the Health and Welfare Licensing and Certification website.

Program Pathway:

  • DC Fundamentals of Health Professions (LCSC)
  • DC Medical Terminology (LCSC)
  • DC Certified Nursing Assistant A (LCSC)
  • DC Certified Nursing Assistant B (LCSC)

If you are interested in pursing this pathway, work with your counselor or site coordinator to build the pathway into your course plan.

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IDLA Program Pathways: Dual Credit Web Development

The Dual Credit (DC) Web Development Roadmap is for those students interested in organizational web design, development, and management. Students following this roadmap will have the opportunity to complete two courses that articulate into the AAS Web Design & Development and BAS Web Design & Development degree programs at Lewis-Clark State College. Students choosing to continue on this roadmap after high school would be able to complete the AAS degree program through LCSC entirely online, on campus, or through a mix of the two.

In Idaho, the annual salary can range from $25,000 to $79,000. According to the Idaho Department of Labor Jobscape data, this position is in high demand.

Students enrolled in DC Web Development I and DC Web Development II will also need to enroll as a dual credit student through Lewis-Clark State College in order to earn the university credit. More information on dual credit registration can be found on the Advanced Opportunities page of the Idaho Digital Learning website.

Program Pathway:

  • Exploring Computer Science
  • Dual Credit Web Development I (LCSC)
  • Dual Credit Web Development II (LCSC)

If you are interested in pursing this pathway, work with your counselor or site coordinator to build the pathway into your course plan.

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