LCSC Ranked 2nd Best Among Idaho Colleges & Universities | Idaho

LEWISTON — College Consensus, a college ranking website, ranked LC State No. 2 in the category of Best Colleges and Universities – Public and Private – and also No. 2 in Best Online Colleges in the State.

According to the College Consensus website, the company collects information from the most respected college ranking systems and average ratings from thousands of student reviews across the web to come up with its unique college ranking system. The website touts the College Consensus approach “provides a comprehensive, holistic perspective not found in other college rankings.”

LC State had a student grade of 81.9%, which is higher than the national average of 75.4. Student reviews come from Unigo, Cappex and Niche rankings. LC State also scored 93.5 from US News & World Report in 2021.

College Consensus said LC State is unique in that it offers both vocational and technical education (associate and bachelor of applied science) as well as four-year college degrees. “This arrangement allows Lewis-Clark to meet the specialized technical needs of trades and career students with programs such as CNC machining technology, HVAC and engineering technology, with the expanded resources of a college. comprehensive (including state-of-the-art labs and highly prepared faculty). Along with Lewis-Clark’s commitment to adult education and technical education, the college is known for its excellent student support and mentorship.

LC State, which is the most affordable among Idaho’s four-year public institutions, was joined in the top five in both categories by the University of Idaho. For the top colleges and universities in Idaho, the rankings were: #1 University of Idaho, #2 LC State, #3 BYU-Idaho, #4 College of Idaho, and #5 Northwest Nazarene. For the best online colleges in Idaho, the rankings were: No. 1 University of Idaho, No. 2 LC State, No. 3 BYU-Idaho, No. 4 Northwest Nazarene, and No. 5 College of Southern Idaho.

LC State kicked off the 2022 fall semester on Monday.

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