State College

State College

State College, borough (1990 pop. 38,923), Centre co., central Pa., surrounded by farmland; settled 1859, inc. 1896. Manufacturing includes electronic products, foods, chemicals, and bottled water. Agricultural products include grain, vegetables, livestock, and dairy products. State College is the seat of the extensive main campus of Pennsylvania State Univ. Nearby are a state park and other recreational areas.

Lewis-Clark State College is a public undergraduate college located in Lewiston, Idaho. It was founded in 1893, and has an annual enrollment of approximately 3,500 students. The college offers over 83 degrees and is well-known for its Criminal Justice, Education, Nursing, Technical and Isati programs.

Students and faculty

Over 3,500 students from over 30 different states and 20 different countries are enrolled at Lewis-Clark State College. Women outnumber men in the student body by five to three. The student-faculty ratio is 16:1

School reputation

Lewis-Clark State College has been ranked as one of the top public colleges in the West in the Comprehensive-Bachelor’s Degree categories – including No. 1 in 2002, 2005 & 2006– by U.S. News & World Report in its annual rankings of colleges and universities.


The school's sports teams are called the Warriors (women's teams are the Lady Warriors). They compete in the NAIA's Frontier Conference. The school's Baseball team has won a record 15 National Championship in the NAIA in the last 31 years.


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