LCCC Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Student FAQ

Students interested in living on campus during the spring semester that are not currently living on campus, can apply by visiting our Living On Campus website. The “How to Apply to Live On Campus” link will provide you with step-by-step guidance. Applications for the new residence hall are available in myLCCC, by clicking on the Student Housing App and selecting “Spring 2021” on the left-hand side.  

Students that feel they need an accommodation to be on campus, should contact the Dean of Students to discuss available resources and/or educational options.

Contact the Dean of Students for options.  There are a variety of free resources within Laramie County as well as LCCC supported options.

The daily health screening is only to acknowledge new or worsening medical conditions. In this situation, you should only report if the symptom(s) is worse than normal for you.

Please visit our LCCC Fall 2020 website for current information regarding classes, residence halls, athletics, co-curricular activities, etc. The webpage will be updated as new information becomes available. You are also welcome to contact program areas for more information. Contact information is available on the Program webpages, within each Pathway. 

All classes have been updated to indicate the course delivery method. Updated information can be found in the Self-Service app, via myLCCC for current students and in the Fall Schedule for prospective or new students, using the “Search for Classes” feature.

For additional assistance, non-registered students can contact the LCCC Student Hub at; current students are encouraged to schedule a virtual appointment using the Navigate app with their advisor. 

LCCC will be offering a variety of course delivery methods to help each student continue their education in a format that is comfortable for them. Please visit our Fall 2020 webpage for more details. Near the start of the semester you can anticipate communication from your instructor regarding the delivery method for each class.

  • Face-to-Face: Face-to-face classes will be exclusively on-campus, in-person class meetings at one of the LCCC campuses as originally defined in the Fall 2020 schedule.
  • Hybrid: Hybrid classes includes some on-campus, in-person class meetings combined with virtual instruction. All ACC classes will be offered in the hybrid model.
  • Online on a Schedule (Synchronous): Online on a Schedule (Synchronous) Instruction means that classes have a set time to take place. Instructors and students are online at the same time.
  • Online Anytime (Asynchronous): Online Anytime (Asynchronous) Instruction means that students may participate in the course at their own preferred time. There is no set time for classes to meet.

While on campus all individuals (students, employees and visitors) are asked to main social distancing of 6 ft., when possible. When social distancing is not possible you are required to wear face coverings. We are working to arrange classroom furniture to allow for social distancing when possible. Students can request a mask, at the Ludden Library and the Student Engagement and Diversity Office on the Cheyenne campus. At the ACC campus they are available by request at the front desk and administration office. For a summary of our Fall 2020 COVID-19 protocols please review our Phase II Return to Business Executive Summary


All LCCC classes will move to an entirely virtual format to reduce the potential for spreading of COVID-19 after students and employees spend the holiday with family and friends. Specific details will be shared by your instructor when classes start and throughout the semester regarding post-Thanksgiving instruction. 

LCCC’s tuition and fee rates for classes will remain the same, so most financial aid will not be impacted. Any adjustments to your financial aid will be visible to you in the Self-Service app in your myLCCC account, this will always have the most up-to-date information available.

To cancel your Housing Application, use the Student Housing App in myLCCC, click “Manage Housing Applications, then click “withdraw” 2020-2021 Application.

The new residence hall will be open and available for the Spring 2021 semester.  To move your application to Spring 2021, in the Student Housing App in myLCCC, click “Manage Housing Applications, click “withdraw” 2020-2021 Application, then apply for Spring 2021. We will hold your deposit for your Spring request.

A list of LCCC Student Support Contact Information can be found on the Fall 2020 webpage. Virtual appointments are highly encouraged and recommended. Students can also view operational plans for each area in myLCCC through the Return to Business (R2B) app.

Technology hardware (e.g., laptops, etc.) assistance can be provided to students that have identified hardships limiting their ability to learn virtually. These will be provided on a minimal, as-needed basis. Details on requesting and checking out this equipment have been posted to Canvas. Students can express their needs via this online survey or by calling the Support Desk at 307.778.4357 and a team member will return your call (due to staff working remotely) and help you complete the survey and schedule a time to pick up a laptop at the LCCC library on the Cheyenne or ACC campus.

Yes, however, all appointments will be done virtually. Please use advisingFREELARAMIE or the Navigate App in myLCCC to schedule appointments and request assistance. Prospective students, please contact Admissions by emailing for your next steps.

If you need to self-quarantine, are diagnosed with Covid-19 or have a first-degree relation that is diagnosed with the virus, please notify the Dean of Students. Students that test positive for COVID-19 will, be issues health order instructions from the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department. All contact tracing will be done by the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department.

If a student is caring for someone that has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or has been exposed for more than 15 minutes (at less than 6 ft.) to someone that has a confirmed case of COVID-19, and has not been given health orders by the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department, they should contact the Dean of Students and quarantine for 14 days, regardless of no symptoms.   

If you fail the daily health screening, you should quarantine until you have had no fever for 24 hours and other symptoms are improving. If you are tested for COVID-19, you should quarantine until the results are received.

Please contact the ITS Support Desk for assistance with Canvas. They can be reached at 307.778.4357 or itstechFREELARAMIE. Or you can submit a ticket through myLCCC using the Support Desk icon.

You can access the bookstore virtually ( or by phone (Cheyenne: 307.778.1114 and ACC 307.772.4243, to purchase books for the fall semester. Free shipping is being provided.