2017-2019 College Catalog-complete1 - page 11

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 student remains in good
Transfer students suspended from other
institutions will not be permitted to
enroll until the required conditions for
reinstatement are met at the suspending
institution. Student may petition with the
Director of Student Services for enrollment
if they can document circumstances
contributing to academic difficulty.
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
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