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Lake Region State College

(GED) Certificate must be provided. A

student who has completed a college

degree is not required to provide a high

school transcript.

Official transcript(s) from all previous

colleges attended

Immunization records

Scores for the ACT or other nationally

recognized examination. Students are

encouraged, but not required, to take

the supplemental written component of

the ACT test. Students exempt from the

ACT requirement include:

Students who are 25 or older on

the first day of class

International Students (excluding


Students who transfer in 24 credits

or more

Individual students granted

exemptions by the institution- these

exemptions must be approved

by the Vice President of Student

Affairs and will involve alternative


The Application for Admission is available

online at


Transcriptswill not be released if a student

has outstanding admission obligations.

Collaborative Student -

The institutions

of the North Dakota University System

(NDUS) have entered into a collaborative

agreement. This agreement allows students

to enroll concurrently in courses at two

or more NDUS institutions and select a

home institution (the institution from which

the student is pursuing a degree) of their

choice. The home institution is responsible

for degree requirements and financial aid

if applicable. Students should contact the

collaborative coordinator at their home

institution to register as a collaborative


High School Student -

High school

students may enroll as non-degree seeking

understands that concern and accepts its

responsibility to employ safety measures

to ensure that students enjoy their campus

experience as freely as possible from any

threats to their safety or well-being.

Lake Region State College complies with the

Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security

Act of 1990 as amended and renamed in

1998 to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of

Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime

Statistics Act and with the Higher Education

Amendments of 1992.

LRSC publishes an annual security report

that provides crime statistics for the prior

three years and campus crime prevention

program descriptions. The report can be

found on the LRSC website and in the

Instructional Services Office.

Student Right to Know -

The purpose

of the report is to disclose annual student

completion, graduation, or transfer rates,

including rates for student athletes. The

report is available in Student Services.


An open admissions policy applies to

all programs with the exception of the

Nursing, Peace Officer Training, and Speech

Language Pathology Assistant. Entrance

requirements for each of these programs

are found in their respective program

descriptions. Admission of international

students is also an exception that involves a

selective process.

Requirements and Procedures -

To be

considered for admission, applicants must

submit the following:

Online Application for Admission form

$35.00 non-refundable one-time

application fee

Proof of high school graduation or its

equivalency - official transcripts of high

school work completed or official copy

of a General Educational Development