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LCCC has 80+ degree programs, 34 of which have transfer agreements with partnering universities, meaning no time wasted. We also have degree options that will have you ready to jump into a career in just two years.

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Campus Life 

You'll love it here. LCCC's main campus is in Cheyenne, Wyoming. More than 270 students live on campus. Our buffet style dining room catered by Sodexo offers a variety of flavors to meet everyone's tastes, including healthy options.

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Dining Services

Clubs & Organizations

 

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Visit Campus

Drop by and see us. Here, you won't get just any cookie-cutter tour. Let us show you all that we have to offer. It only takes a few minutes to schedule a visit.

We offer tours mornings and afternoons Monday-Friday.

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Summer 2019 Degree-Seeking Students

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Admissions

Applications must be submitted two weeks prior to your start date.

  • Complete and submit the application online.
  • Please allow up to three business days for processing your application.
  • Transcripts are required: see below for details. Request transcripts immediately to avoid enrollment delay.
    • Transcripts can be submitted via secure electronic PDF (student-recordsFREELARAMIE%29 or mail (1400 E. College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007). Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution or arrive in a sealed envelope to be considered official.

New students:

  • To be admitted as a degree-seeking student, applicants are required to submit an official high school or HSEC (High School Equivalency) transcript showing successful graduation or completion.
  • Submit official final transcripts from your high school or high school equivalency (GED, etc.). (Students who were homeschooled for high school: Submit this form along with your transcript to certify your high school completion).
  • Request transcripts immediately to avoid enrollment delay.
  • Allow up to 5 business days for processing of official high school transcripts, upon receipt.
  •  Transcripts can be submitted via secure electronic PDF (student-recordsFREELARAMIE%29 or mail (1400 E. College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007). Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution or arrive in a sealed envelope to be considered official.

Transfer students:

  • Transfer students who do not have a prior degree are required to submit an official high school or HSEC (High School Equivalency) transcript showing successful graduation or completion.
  • Submit official final transcripts from your high school or high school equivalency (GED, etc.). (Students who were homeschooled for high school: Submit this form along with your transcript to certify your high school completion).
  • It is also recommended that transfer students submit official transcripts from all previously attended institutions so that credits may be transferred.
  • Request transcripts immediately to avoid enrollment delay.
  • Allow up to 5 business days for processing of official high school transcripts, upon receipt, and up to 20 business days for processing of official college transcripts, upon receipt
  •  Transcripts can be submitted via secure electronic PDF (student-recordsFREELARAMIE%29 or mail (1400 E. College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007). Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution or arrive in a sealed envelope to be considered official.


Students with a prior degree:

  • Students who have earned an associate or higher level degree from a regionally accredited college are not required to submit high school transcripts, but must submit an official college transcript showing completion of the degree.
  • Request transcripts immediately to avoid enrollment delay.
  • Allow up to 20 business days for processing of official college transcripts, upon receipt.
  • Transcripts can be submitted via secure electronic PDF (student-recordsFREELARAMIE%29 or mail (1400 E. College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007). Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution or arrive in a sealed envelope to be considered official.

Financial Aid

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. Allow at least six weeks for your FAFSA to be processed. LCCC’s school code is 009259.
  • Apply for scholarships onlineTo qualify for LCCC scholarships, you must have filed your FAFSA.
  • To receive financial aid, you must be a degree-seeking student and all official transcripts must be received. Transcripts must be evaluated before aid will be awarded.

myLCCC is your student portal.

  • After your application and transcripts have been received and processed, you will be admitted and your myLCCC account will be created.
  • Navigate to myLCCC.
  • Click on Sign into myLCCC and follow the directions on the sign-in page to determine your student email address and first-time password.

Once you are admitted, all LCCC correspondence will be sent through your official school email (which can be accessed in myLCCC).

Placement at LCCC

To ensure registration in the proper courses, LCCC needs to assess students' skill levels in key areas - English and math. Admission to LCCC is not based on placement - this information is just used to ensure students are taking the classes that will help them be most successful. There are various ways that we can assess students' skill levels in these areas.

 

Sign up for Orientation in myLCCC

Orientation will introduce you to campus resources and information that you need to be successful.

Orientation is mandatory for all degree- and certificate-seeking students. Orientation is offered online so that you can complete it whenever it is convenient for you.

Use your myLCCC account to sign up for Online Orientation.

For more information about Orientation, visit LCCC’s Orientation page.

 

After you’ve determined your placement and completed Orientation, you’ll need to meet with your advisor.

You will have an advisor assigned to you after you complete Orientation or after your Orientation exemption is processed.

After you complete online Orientation, you will call to schedule an intake appointment with your assigned advisor to begin the holistic advising process.

Register for classes on myLCCC in your initial advising appointment.

Pay for classes:

  1. Accept or reject financial aid through myLCCC.
  2. Not using financial aid, or is your balance larger than your accepted financial aid? You can pay in full on myLCCC or in person at the Cashier's Office in the Clay Pathfinder building (Cheyenne) or in the Administration office (Laramie), or enroll in the payment plan through myLCCC.

You’re registered! Now let’s celebrate!

Join us for The Day Before, a welcome event where you can explore campus, meet classmates and your instructors, and celebrate being an LCCC Golden Eagle. Free lunch and t-shirts will be provided, as well as lots of great opportunities for connections and fun!

This event will be held the day before classes begin: August 20, 2019 on the Cheyenne campus.

Laramie campus event date TBD.

Click here for more information and to RSVP.

 

Summer 2019 Degree-Seeking Students

Degree seeking students can earn an associate of applied science, associate of science, an associate of arts or a certificate. LCCC has 68 academic programs that lead to an associate degree and 24 career programs that offer certificates of completion. Learn more about the admissions process. 

 

Fall 2019 Degree-Seeking Students 

Apply

Applications must be submitted two weeks prior to your start date.

  • Complete and submit the application online.
  • Use an email address you frequently check, as your personal Admissions Rep will contact you immediately to help you through these steps.
  • Make sure you choose the right start term: Summer starts in May, Fall starts in August, and Spring starts in January.
  • Please allow up to three business days for processing your application.

Transfer students

  • It is recommended that transfer students submit official transcripts from all previously attended institutions so that credits may be transferred.
  • Request transcripts immediately to avoid enrollment delay.
  • Allow up to 20 business days for processing of official college transcripts, upon receipt
  • Transcripts can be submitted via secure electronic PDF (student-recordsFREELARAMIE) or mail (1400 E. College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007). Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution or arrive in a sealed envelope to be considered official.

Financial Aid

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. Allow at least six weeks for your FAFSA to be processed. LCCC’s school code is 009259.
  •  Apply for scholarships online. To qualify for LCCC scholarships, you must have filed your FAFSA.
  •  To receive financial aid, you must be a degree-seeking student
  • Transfer students: to receive financial aid, all official transcripts must be received. Transcripts must be evaluated before aid will be awarded.

myLCCC is your student portal

  • You will use myLCCC to access all of your important student information and resources!
  • Your account is created within 24 hours after your admissions application has been processed.
  • To log in, navigate to myLCCC.
  • Click on the “Sign into myLCCC” button and follow the directions on the sign-in page to determine your student email address and first-time password.
  • Once you’re logged in, look for the “New Users Guide” for more assistance!
  • Once you are admitted, all LCCC correspondence will be sent through your official school email only (which can be accessed in myLCCC).

Placement at LCCC

To ensure registration in the proper courses, LCCC needs to assess students' skill levels in key areas - English and math. Admission to LCCC is not based on placement - this information is just used to ensure students are taking the classes that will help them be most successful. There are various ways that we can assess students' skill levels in these areas.

  • Make sure that LCCC has received all of your transcripts - we may be able to use your high school GPA or your ACT scores for placement into courses.
  • College transcripts must be official. Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution or arrive in a sealed envelope to be considered official.
  • LCCC will accept unofficial high school or high school equivalency transcripts.
  • Transcripts can be submitted via secure electronic PDF (student-recordsFREELARAMIE) (official transcripts only), or mail (1400 E. College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007), or a hard copy can be turned in by the student.

Click here for more information or to determine your next steps for placement.

 

 Sign up for Orientation in myLCCC

  • Orientation will introduce you to campus resources and information that you need to be successful.
  • Orientation is mandatory for all degree- and certificate-seeking students. Orientation is offered online so that you can complete it whenever it is convenient for you.
  • Use your myLCCC account to sign up for Online Orientation.
  • For more information about Orientation, visit LCCC’s Orientation page.
 
  • After you’ve determined your placement and completed Orientation, you’ll need to meet with your advisor.
  • You will have an advisor assigned to you after you complete Orientation or after your Orientation exemption is processed.
  • After you complete online Orientation, you will call to schedule an intake appointment with your assigned advisor to begin the holistic advising process.

Register for classes

  • You will register in your myLCCC account during your initial advising appointment.

Pay for classes:

  • Accept or reject financial aid through myLCCC.
  • Not using financial aid, or is your balance larger than your accepted financial aid? You can pay in full on myLCCC or in person at the Cashier's Office in the Clay Pathfinder building (Cheyenne) or in the Administration office (Laramie), or enroll in the payment plan through myLCCC.

 You’re registered! Now let’s celebrate!

  • Join us for The Day Before, a welcome event where you can explore campus, meet classmates and your instructors, and celebrate being an LCCC Golden Eagle. Free lunch and t-shirts will be provided, as well as lots of great opportunities for connections and fun!
  • This event will be held the day before classes begin: August 20, 2019 on the Cheyenne campus.
  • Laramie campus event date TBD.
  • Click here for more information and to RSVP!
 

Fall 2019 Degree-Seeking Students 

Degree seeking students can earn an associate of applied science, associate of science, an associate of arts or a certificate. LCCC has 68 academic programs that lead to an associate degree and 24 career programs that offer certificates of completion. Learn more about the admissions process. 

 

Non-Degree Seeking Enrollment Steps

Apply

Admissions

  • Apply online.
  • Non-degree seeking students will be limited to six credits of enrollment per semester.
  • Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid.

Please allow up to three business days for processing following the receipt of application and transcripts.

myLCCC is your student portal.

  • After your application and transcripts have been processed, your myLCCC account will be created.
  • Navigate to myLCCC.
  • Click on Sign into myLCCC and follow the directions on the sign-in page to determine your student email address and first-time password.

Once you are admitted, all LCCC correspondence will be sent through your official school email (which can be accessed in myLCCC).

Placement at LCCC

If the class has a prerequisite, you must provide proof that you meet the prerequisite.

Often for non-degree-seeking students, the prerequisite is a class you completed at another institution. If this is the case, you will need to provide that proof in the form of a transcript. Typically, an unofficial transcript can be used to meet this purpose, but you will need additional assistance registering. Contact%20the%20Student%20Hub for assistance when you have reached this step (be sure to email them from your myLCCC account).

If you have not taken college-level courses before, you will need to provide other placement information to meet certain prerequisites. There are various ways that we can assess students' skill levels for placement. 

Register for classes online through myLCCC.

  • Pay for classes:
  • Pay in full on myLCCC or in person at the Cashier's Office in the Clay Pathfinder building (Cheyenne) or in the Administration office (Laramie).
  • Enroll in the payment plan through myLCCC.

Non-Degree Seeking Enrollment Steps

As a non-degree seeking student, you can take up to six credits a semester. Remember, you aren't eligible for financial aid. Learn more about the admissions process.

 

Apply for Readmission 

Apply

If you have previously attended LCCC and you have taken a one-semester or more absence (not including summer), please fill out your application for admission online.

Beginning with applications received for Spring 2018, non-degree-seeking students need only reapply after a two year break in enrollment. 

Apply for Readmission 

You will need to reapply for admissions if you have already previously attended LCCC and you have taken more than a semester absence (not including summer).

Beginning with applications received for Spring 2018, non-degree-seeking students need only reapply after a two year break in enrollment.

 

International Students

If you are applying as an F1 International Student, you will need to apply and complete additional paperwork. 

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