Emergency Information

Contact Information  |  Notification System  |  Weather-Related Closures

Contact Information

LCCC Emergency Info Phone Web
Campus Safety-Cheyenne 307.630.0645 or 911 lccc.wy.edu/services/security
Campus Safety-Laramie 307.760.0249 or 911 lccc.wy.edu/services/security
Counseling & Campus Wellness 307.778.1214 or 911 lccc.wy.edu/services/counseling
Residence Life 307.760.1033 or 911 lccc.wy.edu/life/livingOnCampus

 

LCCC Non-Emergency Info Phone Web
Children’s Discovery Center 307.778.1303 lccc.wy.edu/services/discoveryCenter
Facilities & Events 307.778.1291 lccc.wy.edu/about/facilities
Help Desk/Computer Center 307.778.4357 lccc.wy.edu/services/technology
Physical Plant 307.778.1233  
Public Relations 307.778.1210 lccc.wy.edu/about/publicRelations

 

Regional/National Emergency Info Phone Web
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center 307.634.2273 cheyenneregional.org
Ivinson Memorial Hospital (Laramie) 307.742.2141 ivinsonhospital.org
Poison Control 800.222.1222 aapcc.org/
Police & Fire 911  
Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800.273.TALK suicidepreventionlifeline.org
WY Dept. of Transportation 888.WYO.ROAD wyoroad.info/

Emergency Notification System

LCCC’s emergency notification system is designed to quickly send students, employees and alumni text or voice messages to mobile phones, land lines and e-mail accounts whenever there is a campus situation they need to know about. You must opt-in to this program by signing up online using your EaglesEye account. More information about the system is available online.

Weather-Related Closures

In the event of the need to close or delay the opening of a campus, the college will attempt to provide notice by 6 a.m. This notice will be provided via the public website, local TV and radio stations and internal email, among others. The emergency notification system also may be used. If a closure happens later in the day, the same methods will be used to provide notice as soon as possible to lessen the inconvenience to all parties.

The decision to close LCCC due to adverse weather conditions is not taken lightly. Many factors are considered, especially those related to the safety of students, faculty and staff. We also remain committed to the idea that our priority is to best serve the students of our campuses.

However, because road conditions vary a great deal in our communities, it is difficult to make one decision that is right for everyone. Therefore, students are encouraged to make their own personal safety decisions based on the situation in their area.

In times where LCCC remains open while the weather remains extremely cold and winter-like, everyone is strongly encourage to drive safely and dress appropriately. Students also are asked to keep in contact with their instructors should road conditions or other factors prohibit them from making it to classes.