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LCCC will be fully open in the Fall of 2021

Featured News

  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

    LCCC is committed to keeping campus and the community informed about the Coronavirus situation. You can find updates and resources here.

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News

  • LCCC President, Dr. Joe Schaffer's Statement on Death of Sen. Mike Enzi

    Laramie County Community College has issued the following statement regarding the death of former U.S. Senator Mike Enzi: "The LCCC community and I are deeply saddened at the passing of former Senator, Mike Enzi. Sen. Enzi, has been a longtime supporter of education and has encouraged our students at LCCC, the University of Wyoming, and all our community colleges to continue on their path to a higher education."

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce July meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its annual public budget hearing and regular business meeting on Wednesday, July 21 at 7 p.m. in the Community College Center, Room CCC 128.

  • Ellbogen Opportunity Scholarship starts this fall, providing scholarship support for adult students

    Cheyenne, WY - Returning to college as an adult can be incredibly daunting, especially for those questioning how to afford school in addition to the reality of living expenses. It often can be a question of making hard choices that leaves behind those students interested in going to school or finishing a degree.

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Events

  • August/13

    LCCC Board of Trustees Retreat - Aug. 13

    The board of trustees at Laramie County Community College will have a retreat from noon - 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 13, in the College Community Center, Room 128.

  • August/19

    Dual Registration Day - Aug. 19

    High school juniors and seniors get one free LCCC class each semester that can count as high school credit and toward their college degree. Come sign up for a dual enrollment course between 3 - 7 p.m. on Aug. 19 at LCCC.

  • August/20

    The Kickoff - Aug. 20

    Join us for The Kickoff - a fun-filled welcome event (held before each Fall and each Spring semester) that gives students a chance to make connections with classmates and instructors! The Kickoff for Fall 2021 in Cheyenne will be on Aug. 20, 2021.

  • August/23

    Fall Semester A Block (A16, A8 week) Classes Begin - Aug. 23

    Fall semester A Block (A16, A8 week) classes begin on Aug. 23.

  • August/25

    Week of Welcome: Resource Fair - Aug. 25

    Join us for the Campus & Community Resource Fair during the Week of Welcome from noon - 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 25, in the McIlvaine Plaza. Learn about resources and services available to students on campus and in the community.

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I like that LCCC gives you a variety of opportunities as an ag student for hands-on learning.

Cara Carper,  Agriculture: Business

The Health Sciences programs at LCCC are phenomenal. The faculty at LCCC makes me want to succeed.

Lea Bettolo,  Surgical Technology

Everyone at LCCC from the faculty to the staff cares about your academic needs.

Jackson Gallegos,  Education

I really like the diversity here. We have a large traditional student population but we also have nontraditional and foreign exchange students.

Kati Sanford,  Accounting

I like how involved you can get on campus. As a student ambassador I'm able to help other students.

Blair Durham,  Pre-Pharmacy

LCCC’s education program was the reason I decided to attend. I also like how my teachers are so supportive.

Melanie Gribble,  Elementary Education

I’m glad I chose LCCC because I’m able to work on campus, live on campus and attend classes here.

Noah Cheshier,  Computer Information Systems

Explore LCCC In Pictures

 

Students on LCCC Campus

Students on LCCC Campus

Students are enjoying a BBQ and campus resource fair in the "Mall" on campus.
Fall season

Fall season

A view of the south entrance of Laramie County Community College looking through leaves changing colors for the fall season. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC spire sunrise

LCCC spire sunrise

A view of the new LCCC spire during a beautiful morning sunrise. Ty Stockton/LCCC
Clay Pathfinder Building

Clay Pathfinder Building

The new Clay Pathfinder building is finished and ready for use by LCCC Student Services in January 2017. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC's mascot

LCCC's mascot

Meet Talon, LCCC's mascot. Michael Smith/LCCC
LCCC Residence Hall

LCCC Residence Hall

Students are moving into the LCCC Residence Halls.
Campus

Campus

Get a bird's eye view of LCCC's main Cheyenne Campus.
LCCC Dining

LCCC Dining

The dining hall at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC
Students on campus

Students on campus

Students walk across LCCC campus in the fall. Michael Smith/LCCC
Music

Music

LCCC has many opportunities to participate in music, vocal or instrumental. You don't even have to be a music major. Michael Smith/LCCC
Learning

Learning

LCCC's equine studies program provides students with hands on experience in training and horse health care. Photo by Ty Stockton
Wind Energy

Wind Energy

Students in the wind energy program are in high demand. Michael Smith/LCCC
Nursing

Nursing

Students work in the nursing simulation lab. Michael Smith/LCCC
Graduation

Graduation

Students graduating at the 2017 Commencement. Michael Smith/LCCC
Science

Science

LCCC students working in the science lab in the Clay Pathfinder Building. Michael Smith/LCCC
Auto Body

Auto Body

Auto Body students working on vehicles on the LCCC campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
Class

Class

Enjoy learning with a close-knit group. Michael Smith/LCCC
Students on LCCC Campus

Students on LCCC Campus  Students are enjoying a BBQ and campus resource fair in the "Mall" on campus.

Fall season

Fall season  A view of the south entrance of Laramie County Community College looking through leaves changing colors for the fall season. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC spire sunrise

LCCC spire sunrise  A view of the new LCCC spire during a beautiful morning sunrise. Ty Stockton/LCCC

Clay Pathfinder Building

Clay Pathfinder Building  The new Clay Pathfinder building is finished and ready for use by LCCC Student Services in January 2017. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC's mascot

LCCC's mascot  Meet Talon, LCCC's mascot. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC Residence Hall

LCCC Residence Hall  Students are moving into the LCCC Residence Halls.

Campus

Campus  Get a bird's eye view of LCCC's main Cheyenne Campus.

LCCC Dining

LCCC Dining  The dining hall at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC

Students on campus

Students on campus  Students walk across LCCC campus in the fall. Michael Smith/LCCC

Music

Music  LCCC has many opportunities to participate in music, vocal or instrumental. You don't even have to be a music major. Michael Smith/LCCC

Learning

Learning  LCCC's equine studies program provides students with hands on experience in training and horse health care. Photo by Ty Stockton

Wind Energy

Wind Energy  Students in the wind energy program are in high demand. Michael Smith/LCCC

Nursing

Nursing  Students work in the nursing simulation lab. Michael Smith/LCCC

Graduation

Graduation  Students graduating at the 2017 Commencement. Michael Smith/LCCC

Science

Science  LCCC students working in the science lab in the Clay Pathfinder Building. Michael Smith/LCCC

Auto Body

Auto Body  Auto Body students working on vehicles on the LCCC campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

Class

Class  Enjoy learning with a close-knit group. Michael Smith/LCCC

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