About Lewis-Clark State College
Lewis-Clark State College is a regional college, founded in 1893, with a three-part role and mission as a traditional baccalaureate college, a technical college, and a community college for north central Idaho. The College offers undergraduate instruction in the liberal arts & sciences as well as in professional and applied technical programs. Workforce Training is the Division of LCSC which provides eductation for people already in the workforce, or those looking for a beginning position in an industry. We offer business, health care, technology, and industrial training.
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Lewis-Clark State College
1920 3rd Avenue North
Lewiston, ID 83501