Become A Golden Eagle

Who says you have to pay big money for a big education? At Laramie County Community College, you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck. You can live on campus in new, wireless residence halls, participate in an unprecedented number of student activities and work with the most up-to-date technology – all in a student-comes-first environment.

Start your journey and discover what LCCC can do for you. Request information today and learn more about the college.

 

Getting Started

Get the inside scoop on everything LCCC has to offer when you talk to one of our admissions representatives. Their expert advice will make the process a breeze. Contact our reps.

Come visit us! Let us show you around our campus and provide you with information tailored to you. Learn more about LCCC.

Degree Seeking Enrollment Steps

Admissions

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

New students (including transfer students):

  • Submit official final transcripts from your high school or a copy of your GED.
  • Submit official transcripts from all previously attended institutions.

 

Students who were homeschooled for high school:

  • Submit this form along with your transcript to certify your high school completion.


Students with a prior degree:

  • Submit official transcripts from previously attended college/university (Official HS transcript isn't required to submit).
  • Request transcripts immediately to avoid enrollment delay.
  • Please allow up to three business days for processing your application. 

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 and all official transcripts must be received. Transcripts must be evaluated before aid will be awarded.

EaglesEye is your student portal.

  • After your application and transcripts have been processed, your EaglesEye account will be created.
  • Access EaglesEye.
  • Click on “Need More Info” for directions on how to login to your EaglesEye account.

All LCCC correspondence will be through EaglesEye.

2016/17 LCCC Placement Protocols

  • Final high school cumulative GPA (within the past five years)* OR
  • Math, Reading & English ACT scores (within the past five years) OR
  • Reading & writing scores on the McCann College Success Exam, and score on the ALEKS Math Placement
  • View the Testing Center schedule to see when these tests are offered.
  • Previously earned college credit (subject to transcript evaluation by the Office of the Registrar)

*Current high school seniors can submit an unofficial high school transcript with their first semester grades to be considered for GPA placement prior to graduation.

Please allow up to five business days hours for processing of high school transcripts, and up to 20 business days for processing of college transcripts.

Sign up for Orientation in EaglesEye

  • Orientation is mandatory for all degree- and certificate-seeking students. Sessions are available in Cheyenne, Laramie and online.
  • For more information about orientation, visit LCCC's orientation page.

After you complete Orientation


  • Schedule an intake appointment/group session with your assigned advisor to begin the holistic advising process.
  • You will have an advisor assigned to you after Orientation and will receive more information about how to schedule your initial advising at that point. This initial advising appointment will take place AFTER you have completed Orientation.
  • Register for classes online through EaglesEye.
  • Pay for classes:
  • Accept or reject financial aid through EaglesEye.
  • Pay in full on EaglesEye or in person at the cashier window in the Admissions & Welcome Center.
  • Enroll in the payment plan through EaglesEye.

Non-Degree Seeking Enrollment Steps

Admissions

  • Apply online.
  • Non-degree seeking students will be limited to six (6) 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.

EaglesEye is your student portal.

  • After your application and transcripts have been processed, your EaglesEye account will be created.
  • Access EaglesEye online.
  • Click on "Need More Info” for directions on how to access your EaglesEye account.

All LCCC correspondence will be through EaglesEye.

If the class has a prerequisite, please provide:

  • Final high school cumulative GPA (within the past five years)* OR
  • Math, Reading & English ACT scores (within the past five years) OR
  • Reading & writing scores on the McCann College Success Exam, and score on the ALEKS Math Placement
  • View the Testing Center schedule to see when these tests are offered.
  • Previously earned college credit (subject to transcript evaluation by the Office of the Registrar)

*Current high school seniors can submit an unofficial high school transcript with their first semester grades to be considered for GPA placement prior to graduation.

Please allow up to five business days hours for processing of high school transcripts, and up to 20 business days for processing of college transcripts.

  • Register for classes online through EaglesEye.
  • Pay for classes:
  • Pay in full on EaglesEye or in person at the cashier window in the Admissions & Welcome Center.
  • Enroll in the payment plan through EaglesEye.

Additional Steps

  • Apply for housing if you are interested in living on campus. LCCC offers four stories of cozy (and wireless) suites ... all-the-amenities lounges with high-def TVs, a 7,000-square-foot commons area, computer lab and even a Smart classroom. Apply early because spaces fill quickly. Learn more.
  • After you've registered for classes, obtain a student ID card from Campus Safety in the Student Services Building, or from the Student Services office at the Albany County Campus.
  • Stop by the library to register your student ID so you may check out material, renew books online, place items on hold and request material from other libraries through interlibrary loan.
  • Purchase textbooks and supplies at the Bookstore in the College Community Center.

 
More information about the Admissions Policy and Procedure is available on LCCC's Policy Web page.