- Complete your Application for Admission.
- Request ALL official transcripts be sent to LRSC.
- Provide your immunization records.
- Provide ACT or other test scores (SAT or ACCUPLACER). If you took these tests, they serve as a guide for placement in courses.
Create an Account and complete the form. There is a non-refundable $35 USD application fee.
What type of student are you?
First-Year Student: You are a first-year student if you have not taken courses at a post-secondary institution since you graduated from high school.
Returning Student: You are a returning student if you have previously taken classes at LRSC after you graduated from high school. This excludes early entry.
Early-Entry: You are an early entry student if you are a high school junior or senior and wish to get an early start on your college coursework. See College Credit in High School, as your checklist may vary.
Transfer: You are a transfer student if you have taken courses from a post-secondary institution other than Lake Region State College after you graduated from high school.
Collaborative: A Collaborative student is one who chooses to enroll at more than one North Dakota University System (NDUS) institution for a particular term. The institution from which the student is earning a degree is considered the “home institution.” The institution that supplies courses for the degree is considered the “provider institution.”
Continuing: Continuing students have already earned a degree from LRSC and wish to continue taking classes to earn an additional degree, for self-enhancement, self-satisfaction, or other personal reasons related to life-long learning.
Non-Degree: Non-degree students are students who do not intend to earn a degree, but wish to take classes for self-enhancement, self-satisfaction, or other personal reasons related to life-long learning.
See the Not the Average Student section below for more information about the type of student you are.
Official transcripts must be received from institutions previously attended. To be considered official, the transcripts must be received by LRSC in a sealed envelope from the issuing institution.
- High School Transcript or GED. Exemptions to this policy may be granted if you have completed 24 or more semester hours of college-level coursework. If you are a current high school student a hold will be placed on your account until the final high school transcript is received.
- College/University transcripts. Including any transcripts for credits completed while in high school (excluding LRSC). In progress, transcripts will be required for any institution currently in attendance. A final transcript will also be required once grades are posted.
- US transcripts. US Transcripts are to be sent from National Clearinghouse or Parchment.
- If those services are not available for your college(s) please request an official transcript be sent to:
Lake Region State College
1801 College Drive North
Devils Lake, ND 58301
- International transcripts. Secondary school or post-secondary school transcript evaluation completed by a NACES-approved organization.
- Find a list of NACES-approved members at this website: http://naces.org/members.html
- Choose one of the organizations on the list and follow the instructions on the organization’s website to complete your transcript evaluation.
- Request that your completed transcript evaluation be sent directly to Lake Region State College.
IMMUNIZATION RECORDS FOR STUDENTS LIVING AND/OR ATTENDING CLASSES ON CAMPUS
Measles, Mumps, and Rubella
Students enrolled at LRSC must provide documentation of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella. Documentation of immunity means:
- Evidence of two doses of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine no less than 28 days apart from a licensed physician or health department official, or
- Blood testing which proves immunity exists, or
- A birth date prior to 1957.
Students aged 21 and younger must provide documentation of meningococcal. Documentation of immunity means evidence of at least one dose of meningococcal conjugates vaccine at age 16 or older.
Note: Meningococcal-B is a separate Meningitis vaccination. It does NOT meet this requirement.
TB testing is required of international students from high-risk countries as identified by the World Health Organization and any other student determined to be at high risk for TB exposure.
Exemptions to this requirement can be found in LRSC Policy 800.02.
North Dakota Residents: www.ndhealth.gov/Immunize/Public
Test scores are optional, but if you did take a placement assessment, it helps put students in the right courses, especially in English and Math.
The following Placement Exams are preferred by LRSC:
- ACT or SAT
For further details or to register for an exam, please click here.
Not the Average Student
Whether you are a transfer student, international, collaborative, or currently serving or military veteran, Lake Region State College wants to make sure you are aware of the steps involved in becoming an LRSC student. Below you will find additional information important to making decisions about your education. You can also connect with the Office of Admissions for questions or more information.
Complete the Admissions Checklist above.
Important Information about Transfer Credits
- Remedial courses are not accepted for college credit but may fulfill prerequisites.
- Common numbered courses will transfer as a direct equivalent course if LRSC offers the course, or will be applied to General Education subject area requirements. Otherwise, the course will transfer as a general education elective credit(s).
- North Dakota University System (NDUS) institutions streamlined the transfer process with the General Education Requirement Transfer Agreement (GERTA). Click here for more detailed information about GERTA.
- Credits from institutions on the quarter system will be converted to semester hour credits.
- Credit by examination, life experience, or any credit awarded by another institution will be excluded from transfer credit evaluations. (Additional documentation must be provided for evaluation.)
- Graduate-level courses, as defined on the transferring institution’s transcript legend, will not be considered for transfer.
- Students intending to graduate from LRSC must earn their final 15 semester hours of credit at LRSC.
- Transfer credits will not be included in the student’s institutional or cumulative GPA at LRSC.
Lake Region State College offers students still in high school a way to challenge themselves and receive college and high school credit at the same time. Early entry allows high school students to take some of their generals while still attending their high school.
You are an early entry student if you are a high school junior or senior and wish to get an early start on your college coursework.
- Application for Admissions - Choose Early Entry Student as the admit type
- A one-time $35 application fee is required
- High School Transcript (provided by your school)
If you took the ACT or ACCUPLACER, provide your scores for best class placement
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs
Logan W. Kraft
Dual Credit Coordinator
LAUNCH! is a partnership between Lake Region State College (LRSC) and the University of North Dakota (UND). The program is designed to serve students who are not yet eligible for admission to the University of North Dakota but meet eligibility requirements for Lake Region State College. Students who choose to participate in the LAUNCH! Program will enroll as full-time LRSC students, but will also take a limited number of prescribed UND classes. Classes will be held on the UND campus in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Students who successfully complete 24 transferable credits and earn a 2.0 grade point average may be considered for admission as degree-seeking transfer students to UND. LAUNCH! students may participate in student life, housing, student services, organizations, facilities, and activities, except Division I sports, available to every degree-seeking UND student. The program offers heightened academic support and unmatched personal attention. Courses are small in size, offering an opportunity for the instructor to assist students. Tutoring times are built into the schedule and additional tutoring is available by the Student Success Center on the UND campus. Intensive advisement is offered to each of the students and the LAUNCH! Coordinator is located on the UND campus to offer assistance to students.
- Complete the Admissions Checklist above.
- LAUNCH! The student's admit type on the application is First-Year Student.
- Complete the UND Health Form.
- See Paying for College above to complete the following:
- Complete your FAFSA
- Complete your LRSC Scholarship application
- See Forms for information on payment plans if you do not qualify for financial aid
A Collaborative student is one who chooses to enroll at more than one North Dakota University System (NDUS) institution for a particular term. The institution from which the student is earning a degree is considered the “home institution.” The institution that supplies courses for the degree is considered the “provider institution.”
Lake Region State College Student Taking Courses through Another NDUS Institution (LRSC is the home institution):
Lake Region State College collaborative students are students earning a degree from LRSC, but taking a course(s) at another North Dakota University System institution within the same term. Lake Region State College is your home institution, while the institution from which you are taking courses, but not earning a degree is your provider.
Complete the Admissions Checklist at the top of the page.
To qualify as a collaborative student, you MUST meet the following criteria:
- Be a fully admitted student, receiving your degree from Lake Region State College and in good academic standing (GPA of 2.0 or higher).
- You cannot have any negative service indicators preventing enrollment
- You must be enrolled in at least one course at Lake Region State College for the term
- You cannot exceed 20 semester hours total for the term without appropriate approval
- You must meet all prerequisites set by the provider institution
- Graduate-level and correspondence courses are not eligible for collaborative registration
Registering as a collaborative student may be a benefit if you are using the credits for Financial Aid at Lake Region State College. Consider your collaborative registration very carefully and if you have any questions contact Paula Zielske or Sarah Gratton at LRSC_Collaborative@lrsc.edu or 701-662-1671
As part of your Collaborative Registration, Lake Region State College will complete the following:
- Credits taken at provider institutions will be combined with credits at LRSC for financial aid purposes.
- Tuition owed to your provider institution will be added to your bill at Lake Region State College.
- Bookstore charges will be added to your account at Lake Region State College.
- A transcript from your provider institution will automatically be requested at the end of the semester and credits will be transferred to Lake Region State College.
Collaborative Registration Process
- Complete the Collaborative Request found in your Campus Connection under the eForm Tile. How-to guide: Collaborative eForm Process
- LRSC reviews your request and verifies your eligibility to take the requested courses collaboratively
- LRSC passes the request to the provider institution
- Provider institution registers you in Campus Connection and emails you a copy of your schedule. You are not registered until you receive this confirmation email.
- Once you are registered at the provider institution a hold will be placed on your account preventing you from making any changes. Drops/Adds must be administered by submitting an updated collaborative request form.
All drop and refund deadlines at Lake Region State College will apply to this course.
*Due to the turnaround time, you are strongly encouraged to submit your registration request before the first day of classes.
NDUS Collaborative Student Taking Courses through Lake Region State College (LRSC is the provider institution):
- The student must be degree-seeking and enrolled in at least one undergraduate or graduate course at their home institution and in good academic standing (GPA of 2.0 or higher).
- The student must complete a collaborative request form at the home institution.
- The home institution determines at the time of the collaborative request if the courses requested will be approved.
- The Collaborative Contact at Lake Region State College will enroll the collaborative student and place a “Collaborative Student Hold” on the student’s account. The hold will not have negative implications, however, it will prevent the student from making changes to their LRSC schedule.
- Drops/Adds must be administered by submitting an updated collaborative request form with the student’s home institution.
Director of Admissions