The Vice President for Academic Affairs, reports directly to the President, serves in the President’s absence, and, in collaboration with the President and in consultation with faculty, is responsible for establishing and maintaining academic standards and for developing college-wide academic policies and procedures, as well as advancing the college role and mission. The college instructional Deans report directly to the Vice President of Academic Affairs. The Vice President of Academic Affairs collaborates with other public institutions and the Idaho State Board of Education in the development and implementation of statewide higher-education academic policies.
Lewis-Clark State College is authorized by the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA) and meets the requirements and minimum educational standards established for degree-granting.
The Council may be contacted at http://nc-sara.org
Institutional Disclosure for Programs Leading to Professional Licensure
Per Title 34 - Education, the following programs may have pre-requisite requirements for licensure within the student's home state. Visit email@example.com, Professional Licensure Disclosure, for the most current information.