Community Programs

Contact Information

Dean: Kathy L. Martin, MS
Office: SGC 211
Phone: 208-792-2282
FAX: 208-792-2444

The primary function of Community Programs is the quality delivery of outreach programs and services to customers and communities who cannot participate in traditional campus offerings. To provide the broad array of desired outreach programs and services, Community Programs collaborates and partners with organizations on and off campus through e-Learning Services, Continuing Education & Community Events, Center for Arts & HistorySmall Business Development Center, Kids' College, Lewis-Clark Service Corps and the Outreach Centers in Coeur d'Alene, Grangeville and Orofino.

Kids' College

Kids' College offers a roster of fun and educational summer programming in art exploration, culture, music, science, computers, language, and recreation for kids ages 6-17 and is administered by the Community Programs office.  Scholarships are available.

Outreach Centers

The programs and services provided through LCSC’s regional Outreach Centers are administered by the Dean for Community Programs.  The Outreach Centers facilitate testing for online classes and placement tests, offer non-credit classes, and serve as the initial point of contact between the communities and LCSC.

Each of the following centers has essentially the same programs and services available.  Contact the specific center in your area for details.

Orofino Outreach Center

Office: 416 Johnson Avenue – Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: (208) 476-5731
Fax: (208) 476-3698
Coordinator: Danielle Hardy, MS

Grangeville Outreach Center

Office: Avista Building
201 E. Main – Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: (208) 983-2164
Fax: (208) 983-2368
Coordinator: Carla Wilkins, BS

Programs Offered*

  • GED Certificate
  • High School Equivalency Diploma
  • General Education Core and selected program/elective courses through e-Learning Services

*Some classes may require an on-campus component.

Services Offered

  • Admission, Registration, and Financial Aid information
  • Academic and Placement test proctoring
  • Advising
  • Computer and Internet training workshops
  • Personal enrichment courses
  • Workforce Training and Small Business Development Center workshops
  • Computers with e-mail and Internet access for students
  • Work-Study Opportunities
  • Fax/Copy Center
  • Study Area