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and are limited to part-time enrollment

status (11 credits or fewer).

To gain admission students must:

Have junior or senior status with a 3.0

GPA or higher

Have sophomore status with a 3.5 GPA

or higher

Have written permission from high

school administrator (dual credit form)

Submit Application for Admission

Pay $35.00 non-refundable one-time

application fee

Provide official documentation of two

(2) doses of measles, mumps, and

rubella vaccine no less than one month


International Student -

The college

is authorized under federal law to

enroll non-immigrant alien students.

International students seeking admission

must submit admission items required of

all new and transfer students; however,

international students (excluding Canada)

are not required to provide an ACT score.

International students must also provide the


Test of English as a Foreign Language

(TOEFL) with a minimum score of 525

on the paper version or 65 on TOEFL ibt

or IELTS of 6.0

High school transcript, college

transcript, and/or national exam score

evaluated through WES or another

evaluator approved by International

Student Advisor

Affidavit of financial support indicating

their ability to cover costs of attending

Lake Region State College

Funds to cover the cost of North Dakota

University System group health and

accident insurance (excluding Canada)

Application for campus housing with

$50 deposit

Students from countries identified by

ND Department of Health are required

to take a screening test for Tuberculosis

within one week of arrival on campus

Non-Degree Seeking Student -


enrolled as non-degree seeking are limited

to part-time enrollment status (11 or fewer

credits) and are not eligible for Federal Title

IV Financial Aid. To gain admission students

must submit:

Online Application for Admission

$35.00 non-refundable one-time

application fee

Documentation of two (2) doses of

measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine

no less than one month apart from a

licensed physical or health department


Transfer Student -

A transfer student

must meet admission requirements for new

students. The student must provide an

official transcript(s) from each prior college

indicating that the sdtudent remains in good


A student suspended from other institutions

will not normally be permitted to enroll

until the conditions of the suspending

institution are met and will be admitted

on probation if the cumulative GPA is less

than 2.0 at the former institution. However,

a student may petition for admission if a

compelling circumstance exists to support

an exception. Contact Student Affairs for

more information.

Special Groups -

Occasionally LRSC

agrees to train special groups. Entrance

requirements may be waived or modified.

Criminal History Background Check

In conformance with the Crime Awareness

and Campus Security Act of 1990 and State

Board of Higher Education Policy 402, the

college has implemented a criminal history

background check policy, which can be

found in Chapter 800 of the LRSC Policy and

Procedure Manual.

Student Information