As we thank the community for all they've done for LCCC during the last 50 years, we want to highlight 50 of the people who have helped make LCCC what it is today. We hope to spotlight people who are a great representation of the students who've been through our doors as well as the College supporters who have been critical to our success. This is not a "top 50" list – it's a celebration of our people! Suggest a person.
Students on LCCC Campus Students are enjoying a BBQ and campus resource fair in the "Mall" on campus.
Homecoming bonfire Students gather round a bonfire during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
Fall season A view of the south entrance of Laramie County Community College looking through leaves changing colors for the fall season. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC spire sunrise A view of the new LCCC spire during a beautiful morning sunrise. Ty Stockton/LCCC
Clay Pathfinder Building The new Clay Pathfinder building is finished and ready for use by LCCC Student Services in January 2017. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC's mascot Meet Talon, LCCC's mascot. Michael Smith/LCCC
Flex Tech Building The new Flex Tech building opened in August 2016 and offers great new facilities for diesel tech, welding and more. Michael Smith/LCCC
Golden Eagles LCCC's logo lit up on the new Clay Pathfinder building. Michael Smith/LCCC
Clay Pathfinder Building Students headed to class in the Clay Pathfinder Building.
Clay Pathfinder Building Students ordering at Coffee 101 in the Clay Pathfinder Building.
LCCC Residence Hall Students are moving into the LCCC Residence Halls.
Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo A member of the Laramie County Community College rodeo team circles the arena with an American flag before the finals of the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
Campus The Flex Tech building at the east entrance to campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
Nursing students study in library Nursing students study for a test in the library. Michael Smith/LCCC
Campus Get a bird's eye view of LCCC's main Cheyenne Campus.
Student Life Actors perform in "The Case of the Missing Hanky (Panky)" during a recent event at LCCC. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves
Diesel Tech Students Students working with instructor Michael Van Why in the diesel tech area of Flex Tech building at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC
Welding Student A student working in the welding area of Flex Tech building at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC Dining The dining hall at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC
Students on campus Students walk across LCCC campus in the fall. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC Volleyball The team keeps playing hard and bumping up it's ranking. Michael Smith/LCCC
Music LCCC has many opportunities to participate in music, vocal or instrumental. You don't even have to be a music major. Michael Smith/LCCC
Learning LCCC's equine studies program provides students with hands on experience in training and horse health care. Photo by Ty Stockton
Wind Energy Students in the wind energy program are in high demand. Michael Smith/LCCC
Nursing Students work in the nursing simulation lab. Michael Smith/LCCC
Graduation Students graduating at the 2017 Commencement. Michael Smith/LCCC
Hands-on Students learning about computer systems at LCCC. Michael Smith/LCCC
Science LCCC students working in the science lab in the Clay Pathfinder Building. Michael Smith/LCCC
Auto Body Auto Body students working on vehicles on the LCCC campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
Class Enjoy learning with a close-knit group. Michael Smith/LCCC
Ludden Library Students in Ludden Library on campus at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC