LCCC Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Student FAQ
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.
We are very sorry to report that we are postponing our traditional 2020 Commencement activities. We will be offering a video celebration for our 2020 Graduates. Students eligible for graduation will receive an email message with more information and details on how to submit a photo and information for us to include in the virtual celebration. LCCC's virtual Commencement Celebration will be released on Social Media and to students on Wednesday, May 20. There are specific programs that will be working with their students on additional celebrations, students should connect with program directors for details on these celebrations.
LCCC is committed to the health and well-being of our students and employees. It is with that in mind that we are directing all students who reside in the LCCC Residence Halls to move out by March 31. Students currently residing in the residence halls have received an email from Dr. Joe Schaffer outlining details related move-out procedures and exemption requests. Please direct all questions to Diana Wilson, Director of Residential Living at DWilsonFREELARAMIE.
Prorated housing and meal plans will be credited to student accounts by May 1 and will pay any outstanding balances/fees. Students anticipating a refund are asked to set up direct deposit through myLCCC under Self-Service.
Yes – the main campus in Cheyenne, the Albany County Campus, the WAFB Outreach Center, and the Eastern Laramie County Outreach Center will follow the same protocol as it relates to students, closures, access, and all other aspects related to the Covid-19 situation. LCCC campuses will operate in a virtual environment, until May 15.
If you have been exposed or in close proximity to other individuals known to have been infected by Covid-19, or if you are experiencing the identified symptoms, please self-quarantine at home for four (4) days or while the symptoms are present. If after four (4) days you develop or continue to present symptoms, we encourage you to contact a local healthcare provider for information on being tested for Covid-19.
All events (including life enrichment and business trainings) on the LCCC Campus and locations will be postponed or cancelled through May 15.
To protect our students and employees as we continue to learn about Covid-19, LCCC has suspended the physical operations at all of our locations. We will be offering virtual services. For a full list of employees, please visit the employee directory.
Effective Monday, March 16, the following are in effect at LCCC:
- The Dental Clinic will be closed until May 15.
- The Children’s Discovery Center (CDC) will be closed through May 15.
- All events (including life enrichment and business trainings) on the LCCC Campus and locations will be postponed or cancelled through May 15.
- The Ludden Library and Learning Commons will be closed. Virtual services will be provided.
- The Recreation and Athletics Complex (RAC) will be closed through May 15.
- LCCC is suspending all upcoming campus tours until further notice.
The bookstore is available for online orders. Free shipping is being provided.
LCCC will continue to offer summer classes; however, these will all be done in a virtual format. At this time, we are going to be cautious about bringing both employees and students back to campus until we have more guidance from our state and local government officials. For information on enrolling for summer courses, visit with the Student Hub.
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.
Yes, the LCCC Emergency CARES Grant assists students experiencing financial hardships with expenses related to the disruption of campus operations, including eligible expenses under a student’s cost of attendance such as (not a complete list):
- Assistance with the purchase of food,
- Needs related to housing/rent/utilities,
- The purchase of course materials,
- Technology related needs,
- Assistance with health care and/or child care expenses.
The LCCC Bookstore is working to provide students the opportunity to safely return their text books for the spring 2020 semester. Students have three options:
- participate in the drive-thru textbook drop
- utilize the on-campus drop boxes
- mail their textbooks (free mailing label provided).
For a complete list of details visit the LCCC Bookstore.
All students needing to return books will be contacted by the LCCC Bookstore with more information.