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  • LCCC Ranch Horse Team runner-up in national contest

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Ranch Horse Team clinched the reserve champion title at the Fort Worth Stock Show's prestigious Bridles and Brains contest, showcasing their exceptional skills against the nation's top competition.

  • LCCC departments collaborate for Shakespeare concert

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A harmonious blend of sound, visuals and drama is coming to Laramie County Community College as the Music Department unveils "Brush Up Your Shakespeare," a concert born from a unique collaboration with the Theatre and Art departments.

  • LCCC celebrates faculty member's prestigious recognition

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Jamie Clarke, a dedicated Psychology instructor at the Albany County Campus, has been honored with the Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty Award by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).

  • Laramie County Community College announces Fall 2023 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WY -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2023 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce February meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, February 21 at 7 p.m. in the Center for Conferences & Institutes, room 129. The Board will review the Exterior Renewal Project.

  • Pathways Day returns to LCCC Feb. 7

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is inviting high school juniors and seniors for Pathways Day, providing a hands-on chance to explore what higher education can offer.

  • LCCC Esports squad takes third national title

    Laramie County Community College's Esports gamers took home two national championship titles over a December weekend in a continuation of the program's meteoric rise.

  • Women's soccer makes consecutive tournament appearances

    The second straight season with a trip to the National Junior College Athletic Association national championship tournament for Laramie County Community College's women's soccer team was a vindication for sophomore Caroline Kuhn.

  • Truly entertaining theatre brought to region by LCCC grads

    True Troupe, the Cheyenne-based theatre production company co-founded by sisters Adrianna and Amber True, is poised for a remarkable year ahead. The troupe, driven by a commitment to showcase captivating forms of entertainment across various genres and styles, has become an integral part of southeast Wyoming's flourishing arts community.

  • HITM grad reflects on her role in healthcare

    Ronda Stumpf was nervous about taking the exam that would certify her as a capable health information technology and management professional. It took a little more than two hours in Laramie County Community College's testing center for Stumpf to complete the Registered Health Information Technician exam, but when she did, she received her verdict right away.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a Board Retreat on Friday, January 26 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Dog Social, located at Paris West. The retreat will replace the Board's regular business meeting in January.

  • LCCC expands CDL Program to Laramie campus

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is excited to announce the expansion of its Commercial Driver License (CDL) program to its Laramie campus, strategically positioned 45 miles west of its Cheyenne campus.

  • LCCC Esports squad wins nationals

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Esports gamers took home two national championship titles over the weekend in a continuation of the program's meteoric rise.

  • Holiday Collage concert to capture timeless beauty of the season

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Music Department is bringing performances of seasonal music to campus with the Sixth Annual Holiday Collage concert at 3 p.m. Dec. 3 in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce December meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, December 6 at 7 p.m. in the Center for Conferences & Institutes, room 129. The meeting will include 2024 officer elections and committee appointments for the Board and the annual academic program review for select programs.

  • STEM mobile lab takes enthusiasm for learning on the road

    Laramie County Community College freshman Amanda Sinnott said she first became interested in science when she attended Wyoming Starbase Academy in fifth grade. The U.S. Department of Defense youth program that invites students to participate in exciting, hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, opened up a world of interest for Sinnott.

  • California native found what he was looking for at LCCC

    Brandon Baggs knew what he wanted to do before he ever went to college. Growing up on a cattle ranch near Bakersfield, California, he built fences and worked with welding and fabrication as part of the normal course of life. It continued in high school with shop classes, and his teachers encouraged him to pursue his interest in building things. Becoming an engineer was what he wanted to do.

  • Boyds' legacy built into 50 years of ag at LCCC

    As Bob and Rogene Boyd walked into the Animal Science Lab just outside the Agriculture Building at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Bob broke from the group and went straight to the sheep in pens against the north wall. His discerning eye inspected each animal as he sidestepped in front of the pens, his experience telling him just by a glance how to evaluate them.

  • Nontraditional student finds fulfilling career in education

    The fourth-graders in Eric Paulson's class at Miller Elementary School opened their workbooks on a Monday afternoon in November as they prepared to read Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening." The students were asked to compare the poem to two others they'd read previously, describing the settings of each, as they looked to make connections between the three works.

  • LCCC reaches finals in national entrepreneurship competition

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College continues to garner recognition for its efforts in fostering entrepreneurship as it was a finalist in a national competition this year.

  • LCCC has outstanding showing in national ranch and horse event

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Ranch Horse Team placed third overall in October during its first outing to the Stock Horse of Texas World Championship Show in Abilene, Texas.

  • LCCC Celebrates Union Pacific grant to support welding, diesel programs

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College and Union Pacific Railroad, will celebrate a new partnership grant on Monday, Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. in the Flex Tech Building on the LCCC, Cheyenne campus. This new grant totaling $300,000 over three years, will benefit the welding and diesel programs at the college.

  • November concerts showcase LCCC's music department

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A pair of concerts that will entertain and inspire audiences are coming to Laramie County Community College in November.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce November meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, November 15 at 7 p.m. in the Center for Conferences & Institutes, room 129. The Board will hear the 2nd reading of the Fiscal Year 2023 LCCC Audit.

  • Healing Threads explores paths to wellness

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - An art exhibition taking visitors on a journey from darkness to light is coming to Laramie County Community College.

  • GIS Day a fun way to learn about science

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The community is invited to Laramie County Community College on Nov. 15 for a day highlighting the role Geographic Information Systems (GIS) play in modern life.

  • LCCC play "The Wife of Fabian Vitalik" explores love and relationships

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A play about love and change taking place in a magical world is coming to the stage this fall at Laramie County Community College.

  • Steel Day showcases future builders

    For Chloe Pruitt, welding isn't just a class at Kelly Walsh High School -- it's a career trajectory.

  • Food-packing event makes a difference in Laramie County

    A jovial mood hung in the air of the Element Food Pantry on a brisk September afternoon as dozens of volunteers packed thousands of meals. Britney Spears was pumping from the Bluetooth speaker, interrupted by the ringing of bells that signified another mile marker had been crossed in the afternoon's great task.

  • LCCC science faculty seeing success with active learning

    It might be said that Dr. Marie Yearling's college experience was pretty typical -- sit in the lecture hall of 200 students, read the chapter, take the test. But today, as a microbiology instructor at Laramie County Community College, she wants to take a different approach with her students.

  • LCCC arts student a part of NASA program at ASU

    Art started for Miranda Unwin when she was young, doodling when she was bored in school and swapping comics with friends. It grew into a world of painting, photography, printmaking and more that allowed Unwin to explore her creative talents.

  • Trunk-or-Treat and Halloween concert returning to LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Fun-filled activities fit for the whole family are coming to Laramie County Community College Oct. 29 with a Trunk-or-Treat event and The Return of the Music That Goes Bump in the Night concert. Both events are free and open to the public.

  • Steel Day to bring regional high school students to LCCC, Puma Steel

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Steel Day welding competition is back in its seventh year at Laramie County Community College, bringing high school juniors and seniors from all over the region to put their skills to the test.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce October meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, October 18 at 7 p.m. in the Pine Bluffs High School Commons (512 Maple Street Pine Bluffs, WY). The Board of Trustees will have dinner with members of the LCSD#2 Board prior to the meeting. The October meeting will include an annual report from the Performance & Planning Division of the college.

  • Catch the Golden Eagles at Pink Out, Spike Out Polio volleyball matches

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Thrilling afternoon matchups will be presented in concert with good causes through the next two weekends as the Laramie County Community College volleyball squad hosts the inaugural Flight for a Cure and the annual Spike Out Polio games.

  • Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo kicks off Friday

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Arena will be action-packed this weekend for the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo as the college's rodeo team looks to continue making strides on its home turf in an already strong season.

  • Nursing students attain 100% passing rate on board exams

    Going into nursing wasn't the plan for Chantri Krejci. But thanks to opportunities at Laramie County Community College, she and many others have found their paths and entered the workforce with outstanding credentials in tow.

  • Move In, Kickoff mark beginnings of academic journeys

    Colorado high school graduate Mandra Gooras had a few options to choose from in deciding where she was going to college in May. In June, she chose to begin her higher education journey at Laramie County Community College for a lot of good reasons, she said.

  • Volleyball athletes flying high on- and off-court

    Demi Stauffenberg grew up in the gym, playing volleyball and basketball ever since she could walk.

  • Strong showing in preliminary enrollment as semester kicks off

    Laramie County Community College came alive with vibrant energy as first-time students flooded the campus on Aug. 18 for the Fall 2023 semester Kickoff.

  • Move In begins college journey for freshman

    Colorado high school graduate Mandra Gooras had a few options to choose from in deciding where she was going to college in May. In June, she chose to begin her higher education journey at Laramie County Community College for a lot of good reasons, she said.

  • Choir audition preparation available at LCCC for high school students

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Music Department will help local high school students prepare for the 2024 Wyoming All-State Choir with workshops in October.

  • Participants awarded CPM certification at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Eleven participants worked tirelessly during this year to earn their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College through its Office of Workforce Development.

  • Concerts mark start of fall music season at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Music for the Fall 2023 season is set to kick off at Laramie County Community College with a pair of concerts in back-to-back weekends sure to enthrall audiences.

  • Russian makes new life in U.S., starting at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Sergei Cherepanov wasn't sure how things would work out coming to the United States from Russia, starting his life all over again. But thanks to Laramie County Community College's Adult Career and Education System, or ACES, Cherepanov is forging a new path and building a life that he hopes can take him to new heights.

  • 'Keys of Fury' to prompt questions of humans and technology

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - An art exhibition inviting viewers to examine their relationship with technology is coming to Laramie County Community College in September.

  • LCCC President Joe Schaffer Joins WICHE Commission

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Dr. Joseph "Joe" Schaffer, president of Laramie County Community College (LCCC), has been appointed to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) by Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon.

  • LCCC joins forces with Volunteers for America for Empty Bowl Fundraiser

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Department of Art is excited to announce its collaboration with Volunteers for America for the upcoming Empty Bowl fundraiser set for Sept. 21.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, September 20 at 7 p.m. in the Center for Conferences & Institutes, room 129.

  • LCCC earns regional honor for agriculture program

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Ag & Equine Pathway was selected as the Region I winner of the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE), Outstanding Postsecondary Agriculture Program Award. Region 1 includes Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, Alaska and Hawaii.

  • Money available from state of Wyoming for manufacturing bootcamp

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The state of Wyoming will cover the costs of qualified students' manufacturing training at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne.

  • Native heritage and the West explored in painting exhibition

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A captivating painting exhibition exploring complex themes with astounding visuals is coming to Laramie County Community College as part of the Ed & Caren Murray Art Series.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce August Board Retreat

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its annual Board Retreat on Wednesday, August 16 at 12 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. The retreat will focus primarily on the college's participation in the Unlocking Opportunity initiative.

  • Operations underway at recently opened AMMC at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - In just three months of operations, the Advanced Manufacturing and Material Center at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne has begun showing its value to Southeast Wyoming and the region, with registration open now for its next intensive, hands-on training program, the CNC Precision Machining Bootcamp.

  • LCCC hires John Kershaw as Head Esports Coach

    Laramie County Community College has a new Esports coach. John Kershaw, of Cheyenne, takes over the program starting today.

  • Free life enrichment course offered at LCCC's Albany County Campus

    A free course on managing a couple's finances is just one of the opportunities for personal and professional growth offered through Laramie County Community College's life enrichment classes at the Albany County Campus. Designed to cater to a diverse range of interests and skill levels, these classes offer an enriching experience for individuals seeking personal growth, professional enhancement and artistic pursuits.

  • LCCC's Zink saddles up as CFD volunteer

    Zink, Plant Operations director at Laramie County Community College, is a long-time volunteer at CFD, the world's largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration held each year at the end of July. For decades, he has dedicated his time to occupying various important roles that make the massive cultural event a success each year.

  • LCCC critical to bank president's success

    Cheyenne native Matthew Pope didn't know for sure what he wanted his future to look like when he first came to Laramie County Community College in Fall 1983. But by the time he transferred to a university, he was on a trajectory that would make him a leader in the financial sector and a pillar of the community.

  • Golden Eagles take flight at Daddy of 'Em All

    The Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo has always been Wheatland native Rayne Grant's hometown rodeo. Though she's watched it for years, 2023 will mark the first time she'll enter the arena as a competitor.

  • LCCC student interns at governor's residence

    Laramie County Community College sophomore Madison Frauendienst said she knew she was diving in the deep end when she took on an internship at the Wyoming Governor's Residence.

  • LCCC's Zink saddles up as CFD volunteer

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - It seems as though destiny has always called Bill Zink to Cheyenne Frontier Days.

  • Finnerty takes helm as LCCC interim rodeo coach

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is proud to announce that Dean Finnerty, the highly respected rodeo team assistant coach, has accepted the position of interim head coach, bringing his expertise and passion to continue building a tradition of success in the program.

  • LCCC rodeo coach to take on same position at University of Wyoming

    Laramie County Community College Head Rodeo Coach Seth Glause announced he is moving on from the Golden Eagles to accept the head coach position for the University of Wyoming rodeo team.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce July meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, July 19 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. This meeting will include the final approval of the Fiscal Year 2024 budget.

  • Laramie County Community College announces Spring 2023 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WY -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2023 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • IT Pathway prepares students for unpredictable future

    Laramie County Community College is at the forefront of equipping students with in-demand skills and paving the way for thriving careers in the rapidly-advancing information technology sector.

  • Cheyenne native takes unexpected path to leadership in higher education

    Danielle Opp knows how important it is to have the right people in management roles when delivering health care. Good managers make better decisions for effective operations, keep staff morale high and adapt to an always-changing industry. The most important result, she said, is quality patient care.

  • Signing Days celebrate high school seniors' next steps

    Amidst the bustling hallways and hopeful dreams of high school seniors, a new chapter unfolded in May as students penned their commitments to embark on an educational journey at Laramie County Community College.

  • Famous actor has impact on students during LCCC visit

    It's not every day a Tony Award-nominated actor visits a community college theatre program. But Laramie County Community College students in May had the opportunity to meet and work with accomplished man of the stage and screen David Zayas as he made a trip to the Cheyenne campus.

  • Free dental care for children offered at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Free dental care for children is being offered at Laramie County Community College on July 12 by the Dental Hygiene Program.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees meet with President & CEO of ACCT

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold an introductory meeting with Jee Hang Lee, president & CEO of the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) on Monday, June 19 at 3:15 p.m. in the Petersen Board Room on the Cheyenne campus. The meeting will provide an opportunity for members of the Board to meet and converse with Mr. Lee.

  • IT Pathways Night to showcase offerings in growing field

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Aspiring technology enthusiasts and career seekers are invited to an event where they can explore the Information Technology (IT) Pathway offerings at Laramie County Community College.

  • Ceramics exhibit highlights human qualities in producing art

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Ceramics that showcase pottery-making processes and the experiential qualities of working in the art studio will be featured in the Esther and John Clay Fine Art Gallery this summer at Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce June meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, June 14 at 7 p.m. at the Albany County Campus, room 108, located in Laramie, WY. The meeting will include an update from the ACC Leadership team, a report on the college's Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan and approval of the FY23 LCCC budget amendments.

  • Graduates take in the moment at commencement

    LCCC graduate Sarah Behrendsen has come a long way since hitting "send" on the application to go to college.

  • STEM Day takes science outside the lab

    A large crowd had gathered outside the Clay Pathfinder Building at LCCC May 5 to see the launch of a weather balloon, as people were hoping to witness science in action.

  • Kickstart scholarship gives adult learners a leg up

    Nontraditional college students in Wyoming will have the chance to receive money toward their goal of earning a degree or certificate, thanks to "Kickstart Wyoming's Tomorrow Scholarship," an opportunity local leaders hope will bring adult learners to LCCC.

  • Golden Eagle taking flight: Brazilian makes new life in U.S., starting at LCCC

    From a young age growing up in São Paulo, Brazil, Thalita Portela dreamed of living in the United States. Laramie County Community College and its soccer program helped her realize that dream.

  • Archery Club

    With the launch of Laramie County Community College's Archery Club, bow and arrow aficionados aiming to have fun have the opportunity to join a community of archers.

  • LCCC students take top honors in global cyber security tournament

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Students in Laramie County Community College's Information Technology Pathway demonstrated their cyber security prowess recently by placing in the top ranks in a highly competitive international tournament.

  • LCCC to host CDL Program Open House

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Certified Driver's License (CDL) Program at LCCC will host an open house from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. May 20 in the Career and Technical Building on the Cheyenne campus.

  • Service Learning Project opens to concurrent, dual enrollment LCCC students

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - High school students enrolled at Laramie County Community College in dual or concurrent enrollment courses have a new opportunity to participate in a service program that can launch their educational development to new heights.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. The Board will hear the first reading of the FY24 LCCC budget.

  • LCCC spring commencement scheduled for May 13

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will host its spring commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. May 13 at Storey Gym in Cheyenne. The ceremony will celebrate students who have completed their academic programs during the 2022-2023 academic year, conferring more than 700 degrees to this year's graduates.

  • Kickstart Scholarship program geared toward those age 24 and older

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - "Kickstart Wyoming's Tomorrow Scholarship" is an exciting new state-wide program offering up to $1,800 per semester toward tuition at Wyoming's eight community colleges and the University of Wyoming. The new state-funded scholarship program is for those aged 24 and older who want to pursue a degree or certificate, or need to take more classes to finish a degree they already started.

  • LCCC students take second in business ethics competition

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College students came in second place and took home cash prizes in the third annual Wyoming Collegiate Business Ethics Case Competition on April 7 in Laramie.

  • PTK helps LCCC students excel in classroom and beyond

    Angela Law-Tovar, a Phi Theta Kappa member at Laramie County Community College, thought she might be in over her head when she took on the Honors and Action Project.

  • Free medical care available for LCCC students

    It's common for college students to put off seeking medical care because of cost. But at Laramie County Community College, students can receive free health care services at the Tuesday Evening Health Clinic.

  • AMMC a "catalyst for change"

    All eyes were toward the future when the ribbon was cut at the Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Center at Laramie County Community College.

  • ESL student overcomes adversity to become role model

    Yuriko Monelo has a goal that is neither simple nor easy: make the most of herself so her 12-year-old daughter can see that anything is possible. At Laramie County Community College, Monelo, 36, is taking great strides toward that goal, first learning to speak English, then obtaining her high school equivalency and now taking courses in the STEM Pathway.

  • Former lawmaker explores Paralegal Program

    A former Wyoming lawmaker, inspired by his work in the Legislature, is taking courses at Laramie County Community College in the Legal Studies Program.

  • Well-known actor to visit LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - David Zayas, an actor best known for his role as Angel Batista on the award-winning Showtime series "Dexter," is set to visit Laramie County Community College in May.

  • LCCC entrepreneur set to launch sky-high ambitions

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The sky's the limit for a Laramie County Community College student looking to launch his business providing edge-of-space flight components and a digital platform.

  • Veneer of civilization comes off in LCCC's "God of Carnage"

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A play exploring the complexities of human relationships and how chaotic they can be is coming to Laramie County Community College this month.

  • LCCC Student Art Show a 'profound experience' for students

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Student Art Show, providing a unique opportunity for students to share their work, will be on display April 10-May 7 in the Esther and John Clay Fine Art Gallery.

  • LCCC AMMC ribbon cutting set for April 14

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A ribbon cutting and open house for the Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Center, marking the beginning of an era at Laramie County Community College and southeast Wyoming, is set for April 14.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce April meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • Elizabeth Smart to visit Cheyenne as part of LCCC cultural series

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Elizabeth Smart, whose book "My Story" recounting her 2002 abduction was a New York Times best-seller, will visit Cheyenne April 6 as part of The Dinneen Writer's Series and the Laramie County Community College Foundation Cultural and Community Enrichment Series.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2022 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WY -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2022 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • Clothing Bank keeps LCCC students looking sharp

    When it's time to enter the post-college world, it's important to be dressed for the occasion. At Laramie County Community College, there is now a free resource to make sure students can be professionally dressed for job interviews and internships.

  • LCCC pilots new fitness class platform

    Laramie County Community College students who are passionate about health and exercise now have an exciting opportunity to take their training to the next level.

  • Mental health challenges are common in college, and there's help

    There's no point in beating around the bush -- going to college can be stressful. You're doing something to make a significant change in your life, and it's going to come with challenges that affect everyone in different ways.

  • LCCC among 10 community college leaders selected for Unlocking Opportunity

    Laramie County Community College was recently selected as one of 10 community colleges nationwide to participate in a program aimed at improving students' outcomes in higher education.

  • LCCC sees wins during 2023 legislative session

    Community colleges fared well during the Wyoming Legislature's 2023 general session, with lawmakers providing funding for several important initiatives.

  • Elizabeth Smart to visit Cheyenne as part of LCCC cultural series

    Elizabeth Smart's life changed forever on June 5, 2002, when she was kidnapped, leading to nine grueling months before her release. Her experiences and the writing she's done related to the trauma will be the subject of her visit to Cheyenne April 6 as part of The Dinneen Writer's Series and the Laramie County Community College Foundation Cultural and Community Enrichment Series.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, March 15 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • LCCC showcases high school student artwork

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will showcase artwork from high school students in its latest exhibit. The show features a variety of work from Laramie County School District 1 students.

  • LCCC Radiography student to represent Wyoming at national meeting

    When Victoria Holmquist decided she wanted to switch gears with her career, she needed to find a path that would provide security, as well as opportunities for growth and advancement.

  • GEAR UP makes the college dream possible

    For many students in Wyoming, there are significant hurdles in obtaining a post-secondary education. That's why GEAR UP's mission is to help students clear those hurdles and achieve their potential.

  • Career Assessment can help you find your path

    A lot of stress can come with deciding to go to college after high school or making a career change. Once you decide to go to college, choosing what you will study can be one of the most important decisions you'll make. It will shape your college experience, determine what you'll learn, and, for most, set you on track for what kind of work you'll end up doing after you graduate.

  • True crime podcast looks to help, not exploit

    Renee Nelson said she wasn't a typical kid. While she loved most of the things young girls enjoy, she had another fascination in true crime.

  • Craft Brewing Program takes skills to next level

    Chad Marley enjoyed brewing beer at home. His first batch, a brown ale, turned out pretty well, he said. But when he saw an opportunity to take his new-found hobby to the next level, he seized the opportunity.

  • Radiography program director wins prestigious faculty award

    Ashleigh Ralls, Laramie County Community College Radiography Program director, has been honored with the prestigious 2023 Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty Award from the Association of American Community Colleges.

  • LCCC receives grant to cover costs for CDL program enrollees

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College, in partnership with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, will cover all the costs of the Commercial Driver License Certification program for more than 100 students.

  • LCCC arts departments come together for Heroes & Villains concert

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A collaboration between Laramie County Community College's music, theatre and arts departments will bring a captivating event exploring heroism and villainy.

  • LCCC medical claims coding program named among top in nation

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Health Information Technology and Management (HITM) program was named among the nation's top 50 online medical coding degree programs by a trusted resource for higher education ranking and planning.

  • LCCC Pathways Day set for Feb. 23

    High school juniors and seniors are invited to Laramie County Community College for Pathways Day, a chance to explore the college's eight pathways to a better future.

  • LCCC's Pennington recognized as emerging leader

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A Laramie County Community College coach and instructor was recognized recently as an outstanding leader by the world's largest equine breed registry and membership organization.

  • Clay Pathfinder construction to provide unified entrance for Enrollment Services

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Changes are underway in the Clay Pathfinder Building on Laramie County Community College's Cheyenne campus that will provide a better functioning, more welcoming space.

  • LCCC student receives top honors at National Western Stock Show

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - It was Laramie County Community College student Wacey Flack's first time at the 2023 National Western Stock Show, but he walked away with top honors.

  • The Aspen Institute and the Community College Research Center select Laramie County Community College for 'Unlocking Opportunity' Initiative

    WASHINGTON D.C., - The Aspen Institute, in partnership with the Community College Research Center at Teacher College, Columbia University today named Laramie County Community College as one of the 10 community colleges selected for Unlocking Opportunity: The Post-Graduation Success and Equity Network.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce February meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, February 15 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • LCCC Radiography program director wins prestigious faculty award

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Ashleigh Ralls, Laramie County Community College Radiography Program director, has been honored with the prestigious 2023 Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty Award from the Association of American Community Colleges.

  • Visuals of city landscapes emerge in "Urban Jungle" at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The visual layers of urban environments will be explored in "Urban Jungle," the first exhibition of 2023 at Laramie County Community College in the Esther and John Clay Fine Art Gallery.

  • LCCC Weather Closure

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Due to hazardous weather conditions and dangerous wind chills, all LCCC campuses will be closed on Monday, January 30. All classes and events on both the Cheyenne and Laramie campuses are canceled.

  • 21 years of Wingspan issues available online

    More than 20 years of The Wingspan, Laramie County Community College's award-winning student newspaper, is available online for free, thanks to a collaboration between LCCC and the Wyoming State Library.

  • How a residence hall transformed a college

    It's hard to imagine in 2023, but for more than two decades after first being established in 1968, Laramie County Community College did not have residence halls. Many students then, as today, were from Cheyenne and lived at established homes throughout the community. But it wasn't so easy for those who wanted to attend LCCC coming from outside of Cheyenne.

  • Telehealth training to provide job opportunities in growing sector

    A new course being offered at Laramie County Community College will prepare students to lead the implementation of telehealth services in health care.

  • Students find success at Learning Commons

    Students at LCCC's Ludden Library Learning Commons, with its free tutoring services, can find their own way to learn, with a little help.

  • Entrepreneurship Lab open to all at LCCC

    Making innovative and creative aspirations a reality is possible in the Entrepreneurship Lab at Laramie County Community College's Cheyenne campus.

  • Internships put students in the real world

    For many people in college, internships are a critical component of the educational journey. An internship is short-term work experience, it can be paid or unpaid, that takes place in a professional setting structured for learning. It's an opportunity for you to get hands-on experience in the "real world," putting the skills you learn as a student into action.

  • Blue and Gold Bash a fun way to support LCCC athletics

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A night of games and prizes is set for the inaugural LCCC Athletics Blue & Gold Bash, presented by Ken Garff Toyota, from 6-9 p.m. Jan. 28 in the ANB Bank Leadership Center in the Clay Pathfinder Building.

  • LCCC Weather Closure - Cheyenne Campus

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Due to current and anticipated weather conditions, LCCC will close the Cheyenne campus at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 18. All events and classes on the Cheyenne campus are canceled for the remainder of the day. The Laramie campus will remain open for services and classes. For updated information, visit lccc.wy.edu or LCCC's social media pages.

  • LCCC announces new men's soccer head coach

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College has hired Fernando Perez as the next head coach of the Golden Eagle's men's soccer team.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a Board Retreat on Friday, January 6 from 12 - 5 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. The retreat will replace the Board's regular business meeting in January.

  • 21 years of LCCC Wingspan issues available online

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - More than 20 years of The Wingspan, Laramie County Community College's award-winning student newspaper, is available online for free, thanks to a collaboration between LCCC and the Wyoming State Library.

  • LCCC announces new women's soccer head coach

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College has hired Jorge "Lugo" Arenas as the next head coach of the Golden Eagle's women's soccer team.

  • Telehealth training to provide job opportunities in growing sector

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A new course being offered at Laramie County Community College will prepare students to lead the implementation of telehealth services in health care.

  • Online learning can make the impossible possible

    For some people interested in pursuing a college education, being on campus and in the classroom everyday just isn't in the cards. Fortunately, many colleges and universities offer online programs that help students integrate a higher education into their busy schedules.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, September 21 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • Artist Jason Brubaker to visit LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Renowned artist, animator, publisher and graphic novelist Jason Brubaker will make a multi-day visit to Laramie County Community College on Sept. 20-23.

  • Registration open for Literary Connection event

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Literary Connection, an annual gathering hosted by the LCCC Foundation to celebrate the written word and acknowledge the special relationship between authors and readers, is set for 5:30 p.m. Oct. 6.

  • LCCC music ensembles to celebrate Louis Armstrong and John Philip Sousa

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will feature their Jazz and Wind Ensembles on "Satchmo and Sousa," a concert celebrating the music and life of Louis Armstrong and John Philip Sousa.

  • 'Precarity' to explore the unsettled human condition

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Denver-based artist Laura Shill's work will be on display at Laramie County Community College through October, inviting audiences to explore parts of the human condition she said we all share.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special board meeting on Wednesday, September 28 at 11 a.m., virtually. The meeting topic will be to approve an additional spending authority for the renovation of the Recreation & Athletic Complex.

  • Olson, Eicke recruited to VP positions at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is welcoming two new vice presidents to campus who are hoping to help the college achieve at the highest level.

  • Steel Day competition coming to LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - High school students from all over the region are gearing up for the fourth annual Steel Day welding competition as part of a collaboration between Laramie County Community College, Puma Steel and American Institute of Steel Construction.

  • LCCC music faculty to perform at college

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The first musical performance of the Fall 2022 semester at Laramie County Community College will feature faculty members offering a diverse array of pieces meant to inspire students and entertain the public.

  • Dedication to mark LCCC Foundation Hall naming

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's first residence hall will have its new name, Foundation Hall, recognized during a dedication ceremony at 4 p.m. Sept. 29.

  • LCCC temporary closure of west entrance

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's west entrance to campus will be closed starting today, Sept. 15 for approximately three weeks. The entrance closure is due to necessary concrete work being done to complete the extension of the Greenway through campus.

  • LCCC Surgical Technology Program to host open house

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The public is invited to an open house for Laramie County Community College's Surgical Technology Program from 1-4 p.m. Sept. 24.

  • Art show features homegrown artists

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Work from professional fine artists with local roots will be on display at Laramie County Community College Aug. 22-Sept. 16 as part of the Ed & Caren Murray Art Series.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special board meeting on Thursday, August 25 at 3:00 p.m. via Zoom. This meeting topic will be to approve the Wind Energy Technology Credit Diploma Program.

  • LCCC to offer Certified Document Improvement Practitioner certification

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A new short-term course that will allow students in the Health Sciences and Wellness Pathway at Laramie County Community College to be Certified Documentation Improvement Practitioners will be offered for the first time in the Spring 2023 semester.

  • LCCC hosts Veterans Day weekend concerts to celebrate America

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A pair of concerts celebrating aspects of American culture are set for Veterans Day weekend at Laramie County Community College in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium. Both performances are free and open to the public.

  • LCCC Health Sciences and Wellness open house set for Nov. 14

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Students and the public are invited to the Laramie County Community College Health Sciences and Wellness open house from 4-6 p.m. Nov. 14 to see what the programs have to offer.

  • Laramie County Community College IT Students to Receive $15,000 in Scholarship Funding

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A recent $15,000 contribution from AT&T to Laramie County Community College will help fund new scholarship opportunities for students pursuing careers in information technology.

  • GIS Day coming to LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A day to showcase what geographic information systems (GIS) do in the community is coming to Laramie County Community College in November.

  • 'Everybody' explores meaning of life in first fall threatre production

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A unique play exploring what we are doing here and what we're supposed to do will be the first theatre production of the fall at Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce November meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, November 16 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. This meeting will include the recognition of outgoing board members.

  • Spanish in the Workplace strengthening Wyoming's workforce

    With Spanish-speaking populations growing across Wyoming and the nation, it's becoming increasingly valuable for many professionals to speak the language. At Laramie County Community College, a year-long course prepares students for speaking Spanish in various workplace settings, allowing them more opportunity to prosper in their chosen field.

  • SAFE works to make LCCC welcoming to all

    For Jessica Shutty, it's important to have spaces on the Laramie County Community College campus that are safe and welcoming for queer students.

  • LCCC welcomes program director for respiratory therapy program

    The Respiratory Therapy program at Laramie County Community College, currently under development with a tentative student start date of Fall 2024, saw exciting progress recently as the program's director began work and the college received a donated ventilator.

  • Equine Management program opens doors for students

    A new credit diploma in the Agriculture and Equine Pathway at Laramie County Community College will teach students to manage horses and fill unique roles in industries such as training, showing, breeding and more.

  • LCCC art student sees aspirations come to life

    A Laramie County Community College student is helping to lead an effort to bring artists from the college to the wider community, bridging her passions for art and entrepreneurship along the way.

  • LCCC Holiday Collage concert to bring seasonal cheer

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Music Department will be bringing seasonal cheer to campus with the Fifth Annual Holiday Collage at 3 p.m. Dec. 4 in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium. The performance is free and open to the public. 

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce December meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, December 7 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. This meeting will include the swearing in of newly elected Board of Trustees members and the approval of the Fiscal Year 2022 LCCC Audit.

  • LCCC announces naming of the Blue Federal Credit Union RAC

    Laramie County Community College and Blue Federal Credit Union are excited to announce a new partnership, as the LCCC Board of Trustees approved the naming of the Blue Federal Credit Union Recreation & Athletics (RAC) Complex at its meeting on Nov. 16.

  • LCCC becomes Quality Matters members to improve online learning

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College, in a commitment to ensuring it is delivering outstanding online courses, has joined Quality Matters (QM), an international leader for quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environments.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce October meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, October 19 at 7 p.m. at Little America Hotel & Resort, Cheyenne, Wyoming.

  • Success Coaches help LCCC students prosper

    Tyler Garrison knows how important it was to have someone in his corner while he navigated his higher education. Today, as a Student Success Coach at Laramie County Community College, Garrison said he's happy to have the opportunity to help students in the same way.

  • Student body president committed to advocacy

    Being an effective advocate for students is all about communication for Laramie County Community College Student Body President Raeth Tolman.

  • Ukrainian refugee forges new future in LCCC CDL program

    It was around 4 a.m. when Olekdsandr Ageyev and his family, who were living in Kherson, Ukraine, heard the sirens signaling that Russia was invading.

  • 'Ripples of the Void' examines artificial intelligence and art

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - An art exhibition delving into the ongoing exploration and collaboration of artificial intelligence and artists is coming to Laramie County Community College.

  • Highway Patrol, LCCC partnership helps keep Wyoming safe

    Keeping Wyoming's roadways safe is no easy job. That's why recruits for the Wyoming Highway Patrol come to Laramie County Community College to take on rigorous training, preparing them for a career in public safety.

  • LCCC grad seizing success as FFA Foundation director

    Oaklee Anderson has a passion for agriculture, a critical drive for her in the position as executive director of the Wyoming FFA Foundation.

  • 'Spooktacular' trunk-or-treat event and concert coming to LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - An afternoon of seasonal family-oriented entertainment is slated for Oct. 30 at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne with a Trunk-or-Treat event and The Return of the Thing that Goes Bump in the Night concert. Both events are free and open to the public.

  • LCCC hosts groundbreaking for renovation of Recreation & Athletics Complex

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A groundbreaking for Laramie County Community College's Recreation and Athletics Complex (RAC) renovation and expansion, one of the largest construction projects in the college's history, is set for Nov. 1.

  • Motivational speaker to address overcoming adversity at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Amberley Snyder, a champion barrel racer and motivational speaker, will be on the Laramie County Community College campus Nov. 10 for a riding and barrel racing clinic and to deliver an address about overcoming adversity.

  • LCCC faculty wins top prize in entrepreneurship contest

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College marketing and business instructor Minden Fox recently won the top prize of $50,000 at the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) conference in Boston for the pitch she designed to further an augmented and virtual reality effort for LCCC's soon-to-be-opened Concept Forge.

  • New partnership guarantees surgical technology students jobs

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - A new agreement between Laramie County Community College and Campbell County Health will give up to two surgical technology students each year the opportunity to have some education costs covered and guaranteeing work before graduation, and after graduation when certification is obtained.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce August retreat

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its bi-annual retreat on Wednesday, August 17 at 12 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. Topics for the retreat will include: preference for Wyoming residents in closed programs, auxiliary enterprise overview and budget analysis, and progress update on the 2030 strategic plan.

  • Laramie County Community College announces Spring 2022 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WY -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2022 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • Childcare cost assistance available for LCCC students in fall semester

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Money will be available for qualified Laramie County Community College students to assist with the cost of childcare during the Fall 2022 semester.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce July meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, July 20 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. This meeting will include the final approval of the Fiscal Year 2023 budget.

  • LCCC announces new Head Volleyball Coach

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College announces the hiring of Golden Eagle Head Volleyball Coach, Zach Shaver.

  • Ceramics from Cheyenne artists on display at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Different interpretations of the same medium from artists with Laramie County Community College connections will be on display in a ceramics exhibit starting this week at the college campus in Cheyenne.

  • LCCC to develop a Respiratory Therapy Program

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is excited to announce the development of a Respiratory Therapy program at the College. LCCC recently received the final piece of funding support to develop the new program through the Wyoming Works Program. This funding will be combined with a financial commitment from Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, allowing LCCC to plan for a tentative student start date in the Fall of 2024.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce June meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, June 15 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. This meeting will include the One Mill Public Budget Hearing.

  • 2022 Teaching Excellence Award winners

    LCCC's student body has selected four Teaching Excellence Award winners for 2022: Crystal Stratton, Danielle Adams, Sue Torney and Dr. Marie Yearling. Nominations are solicited across the student body.

  • LCCC Employee Recognition 2022

    On May 6, LCCC celebrated its employees at the Employee Recognition Reception held on campus. Retirees, years of service and award winners were recognized.

  • LCCC Radiography Club donates $2,500 to CRMC

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Students in Laramie County Community College's Radiography Program have been hard at work raising funds to support the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center's Curie Fund. In April, LCCC students presented CRMC a $2,500 donation to benefit the Curie Fund. Over the past 12 years, the Radiography Club at LCCC has raised and donated over $35,000 to the fund.

  • LCCC spring commencement scheduled for May 14

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will host their spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 14 in the Recreation & Athletics Complex on the LCCC campus. The ceremony will celebrate students that have completed their academic programs during the 2021-2022 academic year, conferring more than 700 degrees to this year's graduates.

  • LCCC music department presents, "A Night at the Opera"

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's music department presents "A Night at the Opera," on Sunday, May 8 at 7 p.m. in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium. The free program will feature pieces by Mozart, Puccini, Verdi and Gilbert & Sullivan.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, May 11 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • Kitchen Takeover at LCCC by local food truck, Los Conejos

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Dining Services will give up their kitchen to local Food Truck chefs, Los Conejos on Wednesday, April 27 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., to serve lunch in the LCCC Dining Hall, located in the College Community Center (CCC) building.

  • LCCC receives Cyber Skills For All Grant

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is one of fourteen community colleges nationwide to receive grant funding and participation in a joint collaboration with Microsoft and the American Association of Community College (AACC).

  • LCCC to host discussion and panel on Ukraine

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community will host Let's Talk About Ukraine, a presentation and discussion about the war in Ukraine from 12 - 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Apr. 19, in the Student Lounge in the College Community Center (CCC) building.

  • LCCC Music Department presents, 'Let's Dance'

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Music Department will have you tapping your toes as it presents a celebration of dance music, fittingly called "Let's Dance," on Tuesday, April 19 at 7 p.m. in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium.

  • LCCC to host award-winning playwriting, Matthew McLachlan

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will host award-winning playwright Matthew McLachlan for an evening of entertainment and learning on Monday, Apr. 18, followed by a series of McLachlan's One-Act Plays on Apr. 21-23 and 28-30.

  • LCCC moves forward with renovations to Recreation & Athletics Complex

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College is beginning the final stages of transforming one of its oldest buildings on campus, the Recreation & Athletics Complex (RAC). The RAC, originally build in 1971, has seen minor improvements and structural changes over the past 50 years. With the buildings electrical capacity maximized, no air conditioning and aging infrastructure, the College is now looking at substantial improvements, that will address these issues and more.

  • LCCC hires Puev as new Athletic Director

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College has hired Mark Puev, to serve as the College's new Athletic Director. Puev, currently serves as the Athletic Director at Cheyenne South High School.

  • LCCC to host GRAMMY® Award-winning Chanticleer

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Foundation will host the GRAMMY® Award-winning vocal ensemble Chanticleer on Sunday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium on the LCCC campus.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce April meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Apr. 20, in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • LCCC welding student places fourth at WorldSkills Trials

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College welding student David Gordon placed fourth in the WorldSkills Trials, as part of the SkillsUSA competition. Gordon is currently a second-year student at LCCC, from Burns, Wyoming.

  • LCCC to host Spring Roundup Horse Show

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Ranch Horse Team will host their 2022 Spring Roundup Ranch Horse Competition with Slidin' Daze Enterprises on March 18-20, in the LCCC Arena.

  • LCCC receives $2.3 million EDA Grant for Advanced Manufacturing

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's efforts to launch a new Advanced Manufacturing program received the final piece of funding with the announcement from U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo, that the College has been approved for an Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant totaling $2.3 million. The grant will be used to purchase equipment for its new Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Center (AMMC). This grant is funded by the American Rescue Plan and EDA's $300 million Coal Communities Commitment.

  • LCCC campus closure - March 9, 2022

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -- Due to hazardous weather conditions, LCCC will be closed on Wednesday, March 9, this includes both the Cheyenne and Laramie campuses. All classes and events are canceled.

  • LCCC Concert Postponed

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -Laramie County Community College is postponing the March 6 concert, "Music...Literally!" due to anticipated inclement weather conditions this weekend in Cheyenne. The concert will be rescheduled for 7 p.m., Sunday, April 3.p.m.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, Mar. 16 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • LCCC presents "Music...Literally!"

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Music Department presents "Music...Literally!," it's first concert of the spring semester at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 6 in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium (SPA). The concert is a collaboration with the college's Theatre and Art departments that features performances, original paintings and monologues inspired by literature. The performance is free and open to the public.

  • LCCC to be home of UW's fourth IMPACT 307 Incubator

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The University of Wyoming's business incubator network, IMPACT 307, is about to get a new home on the Cheyenne campus of Laramie County Community College. IMPACT, which was launched as the Wyoming Technology Business Center in 2005, focuses on the creation of innovative and scalable businesses and has been working with LCCC on the Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad (SEWYIL) since early 2019.

  • LCCC's Children's Discovery Center receives accreditation renewal

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Children Discovery Center recently received a renewal of its accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The renewal, will provide the program with accreditation through May of 2027.

  • LCCC opens nominations for 2022 Hall of Fame inductees

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College Golden Eagle Athletics is currently accepting nominations for the 2022 Hall of Fame class. Members of the community along with LCCC employees and students are invited to nominate deserving individuals to be considered for the honor. Nominations can be made for coaches, student athletes, teams or contributors to the success of Golden Eagle Athletic programs.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2021 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WY -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2021 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce February meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • LCCC announces Pathways Day event

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will host its second Pathways Day on Wednesday, Feb. 16. The event is an opportunity for all high school juniors and seniors to experience the college's eight Pathways.

  • LCCC Receives Community Empowerment Fund Award

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College has received a $101,000 award from the Microsoft Community Empowerment Fund to support the recruitment and retention of veteran and military-associated students. The award will be used to help create awareness of the educational and career pathways at LCCC for students who have served, or are currently serving, in a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.

  • ELI: College Success Reimagined: A Unique Approach in Wyoming

    January 12, 2022 College Success Reimagined: A Unique Approach in Wyoming a laptop, bookbag, and notebook on a table By: Sarah Williamson First-year college students often take some version of a success course designed to ease their transition into campus experiences. At Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the freshman success course used to be a series of basic how-to lessons on things like using the library. But when the college decided to move to a guided pathways model, it seized the opportunity for a revolutionary update to the one class that nearly all incoming students take.

  • 2022 Semifinalists Announced for Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad

    HEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College along with the University of Wyoming's IMPACT 307 and other local partners are excited to support the third annual, Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad (SEWYIL) competition. SEWYIL helps entrepreneurs from Albany and Laramie Counties refine their concepts and develop their innovative business models.

  • LCCC Weather Closure on January 6

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Due to weather conditions, LCCC will be closed on Thursday, January 6 and employees will be working remotely. This closure includes the Cheyenne and Albany County Campuses, and Pine Bluffs activities. All events are canceled.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a board retreat at 12 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 7. The board will a presentation on the college's proposed Master Plan and receive a progress report on the Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan.

  • LCCC student named Reserve Champion Senior Showman

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College student, Kelby Kaufman was named the Reserve Champion Senior Showman at the Great Northern Livestock Exposition at the Event Center at Archer. Kaufman is a member of LCCC's Livestock Show Team, and is pursuing an associate of science in animal science at LCCC and in the Agriculture & Equine Pathway at the college.

  • LCCC students assist CRMC during patient surge

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING. - When students apply for the LCCC Nursing program, they know that they will be trained both in the classroom and in a clinical setting, but for this year's students that also included being called upon to provide support to our community partner, CRMC.

  • LCCC announces new assistant athletic director

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - LCCC Men's Soccer Coach, Vince Gibson is handing over the reins of his nationally recognized men's soccer program to assistant coach, Fernando Perez, to transition into the assistant athletic director position with LCCC Golden Eagle Athletics announced, Dr. Cindy Henning, interim executive director of athletics, exercise science and recreation.

  • LCCC ranch horse team places in IHSA competition

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) team members finished in the top-10 at the IHSA hunt seat competition in Fountain, Colorado, Nov. 13 - 14.

  • LCCC presents holiday concert

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will host its fourth annual Holiday Collage concert, a diverse musical greeting card, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium on the LCCC campus. The performance will include a variety of LCCC's music programs including the jazz ensemble, wind ensemble, chamber orchestra, choral groups and more.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce December meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING – The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 1 in the College Community Center, room 128. The meeting will include discussion and approval of the college’s annual audit and the lease revenue bonds for the renovation and expansion of the Recreation & Athletics Complex. 

  • LCCC's CDL graduate sets up Wyoming business

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING. - Cheyenne, Wyoming -- Justin Smith just wanted to find some work-life balance. The single mom of two daughters, needed to make ends meet, but also spend time with her family.

  • LCCC to host GIS Day Open House

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING. - In Celebration of GIS Day, Laramie County Community College will host an open house on November 17, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. LCCC faculty and staff, along with local GIS professionals, will be on hand to showcase how Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other geospatial technologies are used to solve problems in our everyday lives. These "intelligent" maps and technologies are applicable in any career field.

  • LCCC men's soccer team headed to National Tournament

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING. - Laramie County Community College's men's soccer team will begin pool play in the NJCAA Division I Men's Soccer National Tournament next week, in Tyler, Texas. As one of 12 teams in the tournament, the Golden Eagles will play two games in Pool Play, Group C, for an opportunity to advance to the semi-finals and finals of the tournament.

  • Former LCCC soccer coach inducted into Hall of Fame

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's former women's soccer coach Jim Gardner has been included in the list of honorees to be inducted into the NJCAA Women's Soccer Coaches Association Hall of Fame this year.

  • LCCC's School of Workforce and Development to offer Ignite Your Brand Event

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING. - Laramie County Community College welcomes Cheyenne native Frances Reimers for a 90-minute lunch presentation, Ignite Your Brand on Nov. 30.

  • LCCC's Radiography Program to host an open house

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College's Radiography Program will host an open house on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the Science Center, room 119.

  • LCCC to host free film viewing and diversity panel discussion

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College Guided Pathways as part of the Strategies for Success course, is working to increase the conversation regarding diversity among its students and within our community.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce November meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128.

  • LCCC Theatre opens first show of the fall, 'She Kills Monsters'

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Theatre Department will host their first show of the fall and their first play in the new Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 11-13 and 18-20. The department will perform Qui Nguyen's "She Kills Monsters," a fast-paced dramatic comedy about a young woman dealing with loss, fighting the demons that haunt her and coming out stronger on the other side.

  • LCCC to dedicate 2068 Time Capsule

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING. - Laramie County Community College will put a piece of history away for the next 50 years on Thursday, Oct. 28, when they celebrate the competition and dedication of the 2068 Time Capsule. The time capsule is to be opened during the college's 100th Anniversary Celebration in 2068.

  • LCCC equestrian team place in top ten at IHSA show

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) equestrian team members participated in the Colby Community College show, Oct. 9-10 in Colby, Kansas and placed in the top 10 of competitors.

  • UW & LCCC Announce Third Year of 2022 Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad

    University of Wyoming's IMPACT 307 business incubator program, in coordination with Laramie County Community College and other local partners, launched the 2022 Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad (SEWYIL), a regional startup challenge for Albany and Laramie County residents. The Application is open until November 15th at midnight.

  • LCCC Students present music from around the world in Fall concert

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College students will present 'Our Spectacular SPA,' a free musical celebration in honor of the students' debut in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium (SPA) on Sunday, Oct 17 at 2 p.m.

  • LCCC says thank you to CRMC with delivery of goodie bags

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Over the past 50 years, Laramie County Community College has partnered with Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (and their affiliate organizations) to provide educational opportunities and hands-on learning for students. This week LCCC had an opportunity to say thank you to the CRMC employees for their continued support of education, but even more importantly for the amazing work that they do each day.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce October meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, October 20 at 7 p.m. in the College Community Center, room 128. The Board will receive a report on the college's audit from MHP, LLP.

  • LCCC celebrates National Manufacturing Day

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College will recognize National Manufacturing Day on Friday, Oct. 1 with community partners from across the region and hands-on experiences. Manufacturing Day is designed to show students, parents and the public what modern manufacturing is about. One of the fastest growing career fields, manufacturers are seeking to fill four million high-skill, high-tech and high-paying jobs over the next decade.

  • LCCC's Sonography program to host open house

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College's diagnostic medical sonography program will host an open house on Saturday, Oct., 9, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Prentice/Surbrugg Health Sciences Building, rooms 111-113.

  • LCCC ranch horse team brings home individual awards at first fall contest

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College ranch horse team members finished in the top-10 at their first fall contest on Sept. 18 at the Adams County Fairgrounds in Brighton, Colorado.

  • LCCC recognizes national Steel Day with welding competition

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - In conjunction with national Steel Day, Laramie County Community College is partnering with Puma Steel and the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) to host the 3rd annual Steel Day welding competition Sept. 22- 24. High school students from four states will compete in a preliminary competition on the LCCC campus, Sept. 22-23. Fifteen welders will qualify for the Steel Day welding competition finals on Friday, Sept. 24.

  • LCCC has a strong showing at the Shawn Dubie Memorial rodeo

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College's rodeo team opened its season this past weekend, hosting the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo at Frontier Park. This year's rodeo featured 14 teams from the Central Rocky Mountain Region, with LCCC's men's team finishing second and the women's team taking fifth place.

  • LCCC's surgical technology program hosts an open house

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - In celebration of National Surgical Technologist's Week, Laramie County Community College's surgical technology program will be hosting an open house from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 23, in the Prentice/Surbrugg Health Sciences Building, room 202.

  • Laramie County Community College to Recognize Truck Driver Appreciation Week

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- September 12-18 is National Truck Driving Appreciation Week. LCCC's Commercial Drivers' License (CDL) program has a series of events planned to spotlight truck driving and the efforts of the men and women in the industry, particularly during the pandemic.

  • LCCC Rodeo opens season with Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo - Sept. 6

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College rodeo team will open up the 2021 fall schedule with the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo, September 10-12 at Frontier Park.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting on Wednesday, September 15 at 7 p.m. in the Community College Center, room CCC 128. The Board will be reviewing and take action on the 2030 Laramie County Community College Strategic Plan.

  • LCCC IT Program Director Receives Microsoft Innovation Award

    In 2017, Microsoft approached Laramie County Community College (LCCC) with a proposal to develop a Microsoft Datacenter Academy at the College. The Datacenter Technology program began in the fall of 2018 with just 14 students and now boasts an enrollment of 60 students working to earn their degree. The datacenter technology credit diploma is now the common first degree within the Information Technology (IT) Pathway and leads to advanced credentials in network administrator, systems administrator, and cybersecurity.

  • LCCC offers students Fall 2021 COVID-19 grant funding

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College has received additional funding from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III, that has been designated to support students enrolled for the fall semester at the college. The LCCC COVID-19 Fall 2021 Emergency Grant is designed to provide economic relief to students that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LCCC Offers Evening Welding Fabrication Course

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College will offer a new Welding Fabrication class on Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 5-8 p.m. starting Aug. 23, 2021.

  • LCCC Welder Named 4th in National Skills USA Contest

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's (LCCC) welding program demonstrated excellence in welding at the state Skills-USA competition in spring 2021. LCCC's fabrication team and an individual welder both qualified to compete at the national Skills-USA competition this summer.

  • LCCC's HITM program receives accreditation

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Health Information Technology and Management (HITM) program has become accredited, for the first time in the program's history at the college. The HITM program at LCCC began in 2013, and currently offers students the opportunity to earn a credit diploma, certificate or associate's degree. The programs degree options are "stackable," allowing students to build on their educational experiences, a HITM degree can be completed in one semester, three semesters or four semesters.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce Board Retreat

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a Board Retreat on Friday, August 13, beginning at noon in the College Community Center (CCC) Building, room 128.

  • LCCC's Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Laramie County Community College (LCCC) is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory educational and employment environment. LCCC does not discriminate, on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or other status protected by law in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in activities and programs.

  • 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.

  • Laramie County Community College announces spring 2021 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WY -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2021 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC Celebrates First CDL Program Graduates

    CHEYENNE, WY. -- Ten students completed Laramie County Community College's new commercial driver's license program.

  • LCCC Names Marquer Head Esports Coach

    CHEYENNE, WY - Interim Athletic Director Dr. Cynthia Henning announced that Madison Marquer has been named the Head Esports Coach at Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce June meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 16.

  • LCCC offers students summer COVID-19 grant funding

    Laramie County Community College has received additional funding from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III, that has been designated to support students enrolled for the summer semester at the college. The LCCC COVID-19 Summer 2021 Emergency Grant is designed to provide economic relief to students that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LCCC Lifts Face Covering Requirement

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - In response to the recent lifting of the mask mandate by the Wyoming Department of Health, LCCC will also lift their mask requirement for employees, students and guests beginning, Tuesday, June 1.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 12.

  • LCCC and ServeWyoming Open New Doors for Student Experiences

    CHEYENNE, WY - Laramie County Community College announces a new partnership with ServeWyoming, a federal volunteer generation fund program. Beginning in the Summer of 2021, LCCC students will have an opportunity to complete a service learning project at a Laramie County non-profit agency.

  • LCCC Rodeo Coach Seth Glause named Central Rocky Mountain Region Coach of the Year

    CHEYENNE, WY - Laramie County Community College Head Rodeo Coach Seth Glause has been named Central Rocky Mountain Region Coach of the Year.

  • Saulsberry Named Head Men's Basketball Coach

    CHEYENNE, WY - Interim Athletic Director Dr. Cindy Henning announced that DeWayne Saulsberry has been named the head coach for Laramie County Community College Men's Basketball program.

  • LCCC hosts Region IX Basketball Tournament

    For the first time in school history, LCCC will host the Region IX men basketball tournament. The Golden Eagles enter the tournament ranked #1 in the north division and will take on McCook Community College on Thursday, April 8 at 7 p.m.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce April meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 21.

  • LCCC announces new Esports team

    The LCCC Board of Trustees have approved the addition of an Esports team at LCCC, beginning in the Fall of 2021.

  • LCCC announces plans to fully reopen for Fall 2021

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - Laramie County Community College will be resuming traditional course offerings beginning with the Summer 2021 semester and will be fully open for the Fall semester. Last spring, the college moved to primarily virtual educational offerings and services in response to COVID-19.

  • LCCC campus closure 3/18/21 and 3/19/21

    CHEYENNE -- Due to continued hazardous conditions and to allow our Public Works staff to clear the roadways LCCC will be closed on Thursday, March 18, this includes both the Cheyenne and Laramie campuses. All events are canceled.

  • LCCC campus closure 3/17/21

    CHEYENNE -- Due to continued hazardous conditions LCCC will be closed on Wednesday, March 17, this includes both the Cheyenne and Laramie campuses. All classes and events are canceled.

  • LCCC campus closure 3/16/21

    CHEYENNE -- Due to continued weather-related concerns, LCCC will be closed on Tuesday, March 16, this includes all LCCC locations: Cheyenne Laramie and Pine Bluffs. All classes and events are canceled.

  • LCCC campus closure 3/15/21

    CHEYENNE -- Due to significant snowfall, high winds and drifting LCCC will be closed on Monday, March 15, this includes all LCCC locations: Cheyenne, Laramie, and Pine Bluffs. All classes and events are canceled.

  • LCCC Weekend Campus Closure

    CHEYENNE -- In anticipation of significant snowfall and high winds LCCC will be closed on Saturday, March 13 and Sunday, March 14, this includes both the Cheyenne and Laramie campuses. All classes and events are canceled.

  • Open Letter to Laramie County Citizens from the LCCC Board of Trustees

    Nearly every person in our community has been touched by Laramie County Community College. Perhaps you graduated from LCCC, took a few classes, or your child attended. If not one of those, maybe the radiology or sonography tech, medical assistant, or nurse who recently treated you was a graduate of LCCC. Or the auto technician who fixed your car, your child's teacher, or the paralegal at your attorney's office is an LCCC graduate. We know we don't need to tell you that LCCC is woven into the very fabric of our community.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March. 17.

  • LCCC announces spring commencement plans

    Laramie County Community College will plan to hold their spring commencement activities in person.

  • Five Companies to Pitch at Second Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad Event

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Last year the Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad (SEWYIL) Pitch Day helped create ten new companies and 23 new jobs across Laramie and Albany counties. This year, the collaborative partnership between Forward Greater Cheyenne, Laramie County Community College, and the University of Wyoming looks to recreate this success with their virtual Pitch Day, this Friday, Feb. 26.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announce February meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 17.

  • LCCC announces new credit diploma for Speech Language Pathology Assistants

    Laramie County Community College Speech Language Pathology Assistant program has been approved for a Post-Baccalaureate Bridge credit diploma.

  • LCCC offers students COVID-19 grant funding

    Laramie County Community College has received additional funding from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA) that has been designated to support students enrolled for the spring semester at the college. The 2021 LCCC COVID-19 Emergency Grant is designed to provide economic relief to students that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2020 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2020 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special board meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20. They will be approving the Culinary Arts Program and the Craft Brewing Program along with discussing the advanced manufacturing center concept.

  • LCCC Releases Brief on Tax Capacity in Wyoming

    The Wyoming Center for Business and Economic Analysis at Laramie County Community College has released a report exploring tax and earnings capacity in Wyoming. Dr. Joe Schaffer, President of Laramie County Community College and Nick Colsch, Director of the Center and a member of the College's Economics faculty, published the policy brief titled, Tax Capacity in Wyoming: A comparison of taxation rates, earnings, and cost of living with surrounding and similar states.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to meet

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

  • LCCC's Ludden Library receives grant to create mini-makerspace

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Next year, the Ludden Library & Learning Commons at Laramie County Community College will have an impressive new offering: a state-of-the-art makerspace.

  • LCCC's Board of Trustees to meet Nov. 18, vote on budget recommendations

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

  • LCCC's dental hygiene community clinic will close for remainder of the year

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Due to a positive COVID-19 test within the Laramie County Community College dental hygiene program, the community clinic operated by that program will close for the remainder of 2020.

  • LCCC's Public Relations team honored

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's public relations team received recognition as one of the best in the region.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold special meeting on Wednesday

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4.

  • LCCC's ACES program looking for students who started but never completed the program

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College's Adult Career and Education System (ACES) has an opportunity for past students who may not have completed their testing.

  • LCCC's creates online presence for annual scholarship recognition event

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College's Foundation provides significant scholarship funding to students each year, and annually the organization takes time to celebrate the donors and students who provide and receive those gifts.

  • LCCC's Dental Hygiene Clinic closed today due to weather circumstances

    Laramie County Community College's dental hygiene clinic is closed today (Monday, Oct. 26) due to the current weather conditions. At this time, there are no other LCCC closures or late starts to report.

  • LCCC's student newspaper receives national acclaim

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Wingspan, Laramie County Community College's student media organization, recently received national recognition from the American Scholastic Press Association.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special board meeting at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7.

  • LCCC's School of Business, Agriculture & Technical Studies has scholarships available for spring

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Though it's only October, Laramie County Community College has scholarship opportunities for students taking classes in the spring semester of 2021.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces October meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28.

  • 13 Professionals Earn Their Wyoming Certified Public Manager Credential from LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Even through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, 13 professionals from across Cheyenne earned their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College this month.

  • LCCC confirms nine new active COVID-19 cases among its students

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Following extensive testing of students in the residence halls, Laramie County Community College confirmed nine new active student cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of active cases at LCCC to 11.

  • LCCC has first positive COVID-19 cases

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College's Cheyenne campus has received notification that two students have tested positive for COVID-19.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly board meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

  • LCCC offers classes for citizenship and English as a Second Language (ESL)

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Residents looking to take citizenship courses or to study English as a Second Language (ESL) have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold retreat

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Laramie County Community College will hold a retreat at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 19, in the LCCC Center for Conferences & Institutes, Room 130.

  • LCCC's Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Laramie County Community College (LCCC) is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory educational and employment environment. LCCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other status protected by law in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. LCCC Career and Technical Education (CTE) department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the activities and programs.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting to consider CARES Act funding and purchases. The meeting will take place at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 22.

  • LCCC to discontinue operations at its outreach center at WAFB

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College will close its outreach center at Warren Air Force Base effective August 15, 2020.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees formally approves financial emergency

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Based on a recommendation presented to the trustees and pursuant to the board's policy and administrative procedure, the LCCC Board of Trustees declared a financial emergency as a result of the withdrawal and reduction of state funding by the Wyoming Legislature and the directive of Gov. Mark Gordon.

  • Laramie County Community College announces spring 2020 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2020 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC announces fall plan for students, campus

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College announced the second phase of its Return to Business (R2B) plan, which will be effective Aug. 15-Dec. 31, 2020.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold July meeting and budget hearing

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its annual public budget hearing and regular business meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15, in ANB Bank Leadership Center in the Clay Pathfinder Building on the LCCC Campus.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting to approve Phase II of the Return to Business plan. The meeting will take place at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1.

  • Applications being accepted for students wanting to earn a bachelor's degree at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Now that Laramie County Community College is approved to offer bachelor of applied science (BAS) degrees, applications are being accepted for the two new degree options.

  • LCCC's new residence hall will open for spring semester of 2021

    Cheyenne, Wyoming -Laramie County Community College's newest residence hall won't open this fall as originally planned, but the 357-bed facility will be ready for next year's spring semester.

  • LCCC athletics announces first class of inductees into the Golden Eagles Hall of Fame

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - With an athletics history rich in national championships, stellar student-athletes, and coaches achieving extraordinary success, Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the first inductees into the Golden Eagles Hall of Fame.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces June meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for June.

  • LCCC announces first phase of Return to Business plan

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College has set forth a new plan to establish procedures and standards for operations in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LCCC presents year-end awards for faculty and staff

    Cheyenne, Wyo. - As another school year concludes, Laramie County Community College is celebrating some of the employees who excelled across campus.

  • LCCC now endorsed to provide K-12 educators training in Computer Science

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- If you're a K-12 educator, Laramie County Community College has an opportunity for you.

  • LCCC women's basketball coach accepts position in Iowa

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Brian Ortmeier, the head women's basketball coach at Laramie County Community College, has been given the opportunity to lead the women's program at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge, Iowa.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees to hold special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at noon on Thursday, May 28, to discuss phase one of the Return to Business Plan.

  • LCCC updates campus reopening plan and status of summer events

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College's Return to Business (R2B) team is working to provide guidance related to the operations of the college and the phased return of a physical presence on the campuses in Cheyenne and Laramie.

  • In a semester of the unexpected, LCCC faculty uses innovation and creativity to reach students

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - The spring of 2020 was unexpected in numerous ways, with the COVID-19 pandemic impacting every aspect of people's lives. Because of this, virtual learning presented new opportunities for the faculty at Laramie County Community College to rise to the challenge and find innovative ways to educate students in this new online landscape.

  • LCCC now approved to offer bachelor degrees in two applied science programs

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - It's official! Beginning this fall, Laramie County Community College will offer bachelor of applied science degrees in two programs.

  • LCCC to hold virtual ceremony to celebrate this spring's graduates

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the social limitations in place, Laramie County Community College will hold a virtual celebration for this spring's graduates.

  • LCCC's nursing program receives maximum continuing accreditation

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Earlier this month, the nursing program at Laramie County Community College earned the maximum continuing accreditation of eight years from the Accreditation Commission for Education and Nursing (ACEN).

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for May.

  • Roybell Baez named new assistant coach for LCCC men's basketball

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Interim head coach for LCCC men's basketball DeWayne Saulsberry has filled his own coaching staff vacancy. Saulsberry announced this week that Roybell Baez will serve as the interim men's assistant coach for Golden Eagle basketball.

  • LCCC students can apply for emergency funding due to COVID-19

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College students facing financial hardship because of the Coronavirus pandemic can now apply for emergency financial aid grants to help their situation.

  • LCCC donates medical supplies to help fight COVID-19

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - During the past week, Laramie County Community College donated numerous boxes of medical supplies to the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department and Cheyenne/Laramie County Emergency Management to help medical providers and first responders fight the COVID-19 virus.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces April meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for April, both of which take place on Wednesday the 15th.

  • LCCC announces April 6 updates related to COVID-19

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College continues to respond to the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on the campus and the community. Three key updates have recently been shared.

  • Registration for LCCC's youth summer programs begins March 25

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Summer youth programs at Laramie County Community College will take place beginning in June, and registration opens this week.

  • LCCC announces updates to COVID-19 plan

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - On Sunday, in light of the evolving situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, Laramie County Community College announced additional closures on the campus.

  • New culinary class coming to LCCC's School of Outreach & Workforce Development

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - If you're interested in exploring a career in the culinary world, Laramie County Community College has an opportunity for you.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2019 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2019 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC women's soccer players sign letters of intent

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Today, six Laramie County Community College student athletes signed their letters of intent to play women's soccer at the next level, at universities across the country.

  • LCCC Board announces March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for March.

  • LCCC's ACES program to offer accelerated high school equivalency classes for free

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- People looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity with Laramie County Community College's Adult Career and Education System (ACES) in conjunction with the college's Eastern Laramie County Outreach Center.

  • LCCC's dental hygiene program receives new accreditation

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College dental hygiene program received full approval from its accreditation agency, the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA), on the addition of laser training content into their curriculum.

  • LCCC nominee Bob Womack wins statewide community college honor

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- At the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees annual reception help Wednesday evening, Bob Womack was named the state's Foundation Volunteer of the Year.

  • LCCC strongly represented in Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad challenge

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Innovation and entrepreneurship are experiencing tremendous growth across southeast Wyoming, and Laramie County Community College is a vital part of these opportunities.

  • LCCC receives Wyoming Works funding for non-credit training programs

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College has a convenient new way to help get the community trained and into high-demand occupations.

  • LCCC announces February board meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for February.

  • LCCC invites community to register for Disney Customer Service and Quality Institute

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - One of the most respected and well-regarded customer service training events is coming to Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC seeks nominations for new Athletic Hall of Fame

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College is launching a new Athletic Hall of Fame to honor Golden Eagles student-athletes, coaches, and supporters, and nominations are now being sought for the inaugural inductee class.

  • LCCC Board announces January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for January.

  • LCCC's theatre production of "12 Angry Jurors" receives acting honors from the Kennedy Center

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Following an adjudication by a representative for the Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival, the Laramie County Community College theatre program received recognition for its fall production, 12 Angry Jurors.

  • LCCC's paramedic program will accept applications Dec. 11-20

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The emergency medical services (EMS)/paramedic program at Laramie County Community College will take applications from Dec. 11 until 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 20.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces December meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for December.

  • LCCC improves academic offerings to better help students' long-term goals

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Following several months of extensive research, discussion and consideration, Laramie County Community College will restructure significant aspects of its academic offerings to better serve its students.

  • LCCC's sonography program receives new accreditation

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The diagnostic medical sonography program at Laramie County Community College received the continuing accreditation award from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs and the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

  • LCCC Board announces November meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for November.

  • LCCC receives grant funding to further develop apprenticeship trainings

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - New apprenticeship opportunities for students and the business community are coming to Laramie County Community College.

  • Wyoming Community College Commission Approves Next Step for Proposed Bachelor of Applied Science Degree for CWC and LCCC

    From Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees: Gillette, WY, October 25, 2019 - In its October 24, 2019 meeting, the Wyoming Community College Commission (WCCC) formally approved the proposed Bachelor of Applied Science degrees for Central Wyoming College (CWC) and Laramie Community College (LCCC). This is the sixth step of a rigorous seven-step approval process involving the respective college boards of trustees, the WCCC and the Higher Learning Commission, which is the entity that oversees and authorizes regional accreditation for the seven Wyoming community colleges.

  • EVENT NOTICE: Ribbon-cutting at LCCC's Albany County Campus

    The Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College is proud to unveil two new classrooms recently added to the campus. We invite the community to celebrate with us at this ribbon-cutting ceremony, featuring appetizers and refreshments at 5:30 p.m., on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 1125 Boulder Drive in Laramie, Room 203C.

  • Dr. Marie Yearling named LCCC's Innovative Educator of the Year

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College recently announced that Dr. Marie Yearling received the college's WyDEC Innovative Educator of the Year honor.

  • LCCC Board announces October meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for October.

  • LCCC trustees approve plan to move forward with bachelor's degrees

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - At the Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 11, the board unanimously approved the proposed Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in two fields: applied management and healthcare administration.

  • Public notice of upcoming accreditation review at LCCC by the ACEN

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - Laramie County Community College wishes to announce that it will host a site visit for continuing accreditation of its nursing program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The community is invited to meet with the site visit team and share comments about the program in person at a meeting scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25, in the LCCC Prentice/Surbrugg Health Sciences Building, Room 113.

  • LCCC's student media to host social media training with the Facebook Journalism Project

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING - The Facebook Journalism Project will host a free training on how to best leverage the social media giant's tools and platform to keep audiences informed at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, in the ANB Bank Center at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

  • Wyoming Community College Commission grants authorization for LCCC to begin approval process to offer applied baccalaureate programs

    In a special meeting on Aug. 28, the Wyoming Community College Commission unanimously approved a motion "to authorize Laramie County Community College to begin the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) substantive change process to offer no more than two applied baccalaureate programs."

  • LCCC's Ludden Library named Wyoming's Outstanding Library

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- This year, the Wyoming Library Association selected the Ludden Library & Learning Commons at Laramie County Community College as this year's recipient of the Outstanding Library award.

  • LCCC Board announces September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for September.

  • LCCC's theatre production receives nine Kennedy Center honors

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Following an adjudication by a team representing the Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival, the Laramie County Community College theatre program received nine regional nominations and honors for the spring production of the play, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time."

  • LCCC's Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Laramie County Community College (LCCC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other status protected by law in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. LCCC Career and Technical Education (CTE) department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the activities and programs.

  • Laramie County Community College announces spring 2019 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2019 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC Board announces August meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for August.

  • Free high school equivalency classes available at LCCC through the ACES program

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC's ACT Now! program offers free training for approved applicants

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- If the time is right for you to change your career or start a new one, ACT NOW! (Achieve Career Training Now!) is currently accepting applications for free training and certifications in high-demand occupations.

  • Dr. Melissa Stutz becomes new Vice President of Student Services at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- A welcoming new presence just arrived at Laramie County Community College: Dr. Melissa Stutz, who recently started her new role as the vice president of student services at LCCC.

  • LCCC Board announces July meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for July.

  • Dr. Cindy Henning becomes LCCC's interim director for athletics

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College announced today that Dr. Cindy Henning has been appointed for a three-year period to serve as the college's interim executive director of athletics, recreation, and exercise science.

  • Wyoming Works program will help adult students pay for college, including at LCCC

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - The Wyoming Education Attainment Council Executive Committee announced the launch of the Wyoming Works program. The primary purpose of Wyoming Works is to provide programs and resources for adult students to learn a skill that leads to secure employment.

  • LCCC ANNOUNCEMENT: 2019 Stalcup Graduate Excellence Award Winner

    LCCC is proud to announce that the 2019 Stalcup Student Excellence Award recipient is Katie Loken.

  • LCCC's Albany County Campus Launches Two Accelerated Credit Diploma Programs for Summer

    Laramie, Wyoming - The Albany County Campus (ACC) of Laramie County Community College will offer two accelerated credit diploma programs during the summer 2019 semester. The 10-week programs, which run May 28-Aug. 2, are Entrepreneurship - Business Plan and Web Design.

  • LCCC presents year-end awards for faculty and staff

    Cheyenne, Wyo. - As another school year concludes, Laramie County Community College is celebrating some of the employees who excelled across campus.

  • Gov. Gordon to keynote this year's LCCC commencement ceremony

    CHEYENNE - Laramie County Community College's 48th commencement ceremony takes place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, at Storey Gymnasium in Cheyenne. This academic year, 785 students are provisionally approved for commencement, earning their credentials from LCCC.

  • Fallen Warrior Memorial Kiosk now open at LCCC's Ludden Library

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College, in cooperation with the Wyoming Veterans Commission and Wyoming Military Department is proud to host the Fallen Warrior Memorial Kiosk.

  • Notice of Board Quorum - LCCC Board of Trustees

    A quorum from the LCCC Board of Trustees will attend a luncheon and presentation on strategic enrollment management at noon on Monday, May 6, in Room 409 of the Clay Pathfinder Building.

  • LCCC Board announces May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for May.

  • LCCC President Joe Schaffer elected to national board for community colleges

    Cheyenne, Wyoming -- Dr. Joe Schaffer, president of Laramie County Community College, was recently named to the American Association of Community Colleges Board of Directors. The AACC represents the nation's 1,051 community colleges and is governed by a 32-member board of directors.

  • LCCC students take part in the Rocky Mountain Investment Challenge

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- When it comes to experiencing opportunities in their field of study, Laramie County Community College students continue to excel.

  • LCCC seeks public comment

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College is seeking comments from the public about the college in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. LCCC will host a visit on October 7-9, 2019, from a team of peer reviewers representing the Higher Learning Commission. The team will review the institution's ongoing ability to meet HLC's Criteria for Accreditation. LCCC has been accredited by HLC since 1975.

  • LCCC now offers programs available specifically in the evenings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- If you've wanted to get a degree but only have time in the evenings, Laramie County Community College has a new opportunity for you.

  • LCCC to host Cheyenne Spring Job Fair

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Cheyenne Spring Job Fair will take place on Tuesday, April 23, in the Multi-Purpose Room on the Laramie County Community College campus, located in the Recreation & Athletics Center.

  • LCCC Board announces special meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9. The location is tentatively set as the president's office in the LCCC Administration Building. If necessary, an executive session may also be held.

  • LCCC seeks volunteers to help with Reality Town

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College is looking for volunteers to help with Reality Town, an event for approximately 600 high school students on Thursday, April 11.

  • LCCC Board announces April meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for April.

  • Free high school equivalency classes available at LCCC through the ACES program

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC names Keri Coats as new head coach for volleyball

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Following a nationwide search, Laramie County Community College is proud to announce that Keri Coats will take over the reins as the Golden Eagles new volleyball head coach.

  • Estate gift provides LCCC Foundation with $2.4 million

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Thanks to a generous estate gift from long-time Cheyenne resident Lois C. Mottonen, Laramie County Community College is pleased to announce that new scholarships and program funds that have been established, totaling more than $2.4 million.

  • LCCC Board announces March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for March.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2018 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYOMING -- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2018 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC provides update on women's soccer program

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - Following a tumultuous week for the Laramie County Community College women's soccer program, LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer offered some good news to Golden Eagles fans.

  • LCCC to hold free brunch for federal employees

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Though the government shutdown is temporarily over, Laramie County Community College and community partners understand that the impact is still being felt by those employees and their families.

  • LCCC Board announces February meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for February.

  • Free high school equivalency classes available at LCCC through the ACES program

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • Microsoft will award multiple scholarships for LCCC students in datacenter technician program

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Receiving education and training at Laramie County Community College in one of the highest demand and fastest growing fields just got much easier, thanks to the support of Microsoft.

  • LCCC Board announces January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for January.

  • LCCC's theatre production receives regional nominations

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- For the upcoming Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival, LCCC's theatre program received several nominations.

  • LCCC Board announces December meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for December.

  • LCCC to host Wyoming Educational Attainment Council discussion on Nov. 29

    Cheyenne, November 19, 2018 -- The Wyoming Educational Attainment Executive Council, created by Gov. Matt Mead's executive order on August 23, 2018, will conduct nine facilitated sessions throughout the state on Thursday, Nov. 29, at all Wyoming community colleges as well as the University of Wyoming. The sessions are specifically designed to focus the state's approach on the needs of local communities.

  • LCCC Registrar Stacy Maestas earns national endorsement

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Stacy Maestas of Laramie County Community College has earned the Strategic Enrollment Management Endorsement from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers (AACRAO).

  • LCCC will hold informational meeting for 2019 trip to Ecuador

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College is planning a study-abroad excursion to Ecuador in May 2019, and the community and potential students are welcome to learn more at an informational meeting.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces special meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold two special meetings this month.

  • Three LCCC Students Named 2018 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Chelsea Davis-Hearn, Madison Reiber, and Addison Stevenson from Laramie County Community College are among just 207 Phi Theta Kappa members named as 2018 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

  • LCCC Board announces November meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for November.

  • Partnering for Wyoming

    Cheyenne, October 19, 2018 -- A new partnership involving Wyoming community colleges, the University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Education has set the stage for an increased level of information sharing aimed at improving the performance of the state's education system.

  • Free high school equivalency classes available at LCCC through the ACES program

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC to host event for weather safety and storm spotter training

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Winter weather has already arrived in Laramie County, and a new program hosted by Laramie County Community College will explore weather safety, storm spotting, and more.

  • It's almost time for the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Saddle up: the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo is almost here.

  • Still time to register for LCCC's Literary Connection

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Literary Connection, the LCCC Foundation's annual event connecting authors and readers and celebrating the written word, is almost here.

  • LCCC Board announces October meeting

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for October.

  • Candidate forum for LCCC Board of Trustees to take place Oct. 2

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Candidates for the Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will have the opportunity to share their platforms and answer questions during a candidate forum hosted by Wingspan Student Media, the Cheyenne League of Women Voters and the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

  • LCCC to host No-No Boy workshop

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College and the LCCC Foundation are bringing No-No Boy to campus.

  • LCCC to celebrate 50th anniversary this weekend

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - Laramie County Community College is celebrating 50 years of service, and the community is invited to join the festivities.

  • Puma Steel and LCCC to Host SteelDay on Sept. 28

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - In celebration of the U.S. structural steel industry's 10th annual SteelDay, the community is invited to visit, tour and interact with Puma Steel in Cheyenne on Friday, Sept. 28.

  • LCCC confers certified public manager credentials to 15 graduates

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Fifteen participants received their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College this month.

  • Western States Bank Food Pantry now open at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Thanks to the generous support of Western States Bank, students at Laramie County Community College have more support when it comes to fighting food insecurity.

  • LCCC Board announces September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for September.

  • LCCC's Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Laramie County Community College (LCCC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. LCCC Career and Technical Education (CTE) department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the activities and programs.

  • LCCC Board announces August retreat

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its annual retreat at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 15, in the Petersen Board Room in the Administration Building on the LCCC campus. If necessary, an executive session may also be held.

  • LCCC Board announces special meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold two special meetings this week.

  • LCCC Board announces July meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for July.

  • Starla Mason becomes new dean of health sciences at LCCC

    Cheyenne, Wyoming -- Starla Mason will become the next dean of the School of Health Sciences & Wellness at Laramie County Community College.

  • "Rediscover LCCC" starts this fall, covering tuition and fees for hundreds of adult students

    Cheyenne, Wyoming - 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 can often be a question of making hard choices that leaves behind those students interested in going to school or finishing a degree.

  • Laramie County Community College announces spring 2018 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYO.-- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the lists of graduates for the 2018 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC Board announces June meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for June.

  • LCCC commencement ceremony to take place Saturday

    CHEYENNE - Laramie County Community College's 47th commencement ceremony takes place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 12, at Storey Gymnasium in Cheyenne. This academic year, 788 students are provisionally approved for commencement, earning their credentials from LCCC.

  • LCCC presents year-end awards for faculty and staff

    Cheyenne, Wyo. - As another school year concludes, Laramie County Community College took time last week to celebrate the staff who excelled across campus.

  • Clark Rasmussen Becomes LCCC's New Athletic Director

    CHEYENE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College has named Clark Rasmussen as the new director of athletics and campus recreation.

  • LCCC's Phi Theta Kappa chapter receives several awards

    CHEYENE -- Phi Theta Kappa, the world's largest honor society for two-year college students, honored Laramie County Community College with several awards at this year's international convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

  • LCCC Board announces May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for May.

  • It's Time for LCCC's Annual "National Library Week" Bookmark Design Contest

    National Library Week starts April 8, and LCCC's Ludden Library is again hosting a bookmark design contest to celebrate the occasion.

  • LCCC Board announces April meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for April.

  • LCCC ranch horse show team wins Maverick Roundup

    CHEYENNE -- Success for the LCCC Golden Eagles keeps coming, this time with the ranch horse show team.

  • Registration opens Wednesday for SEEK and youth summer programs at LCCC

    CHEYENNE -- This summer, the place for kids is Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC vocal group will perform in New York City

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- A group of music students at LCCC are about to get an experience that few professionals in their field will ever have.

  • Spring Career Fair coming to LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The challenge of finding a job just got a little easier, thanks to the Spring Career Fair being hosted by Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board announces March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for March.

  • LCCC to hold ceremony celebrating ANB Bank Leadership Center

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- This month, the Laramie County Community College Foundation will hold a special program to honor the gifts of the Sturm Family and ANB Bank and to announce the naming of the ANB Bank Leadership Center on campus.

  • ACES program at LCCC announces new schedule for those seeking high school equivalency

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • ACT Now launches three new training opportunities for high-demand careers

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Spring is a time of renewal, and that includes people looking for a change in their own lives. For those ready for a change in their job situation, the "Achieve Career Training Now!" program (or ACT Now) is implementing three new short-term training opportunities that enable participants to break into technical fields leading to rewarding and profitable careers.

  • LCCC's theatre program takes home regional honor

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- At this year's Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival, LCCC Theatre received two awards.

  • LCCC's auto body repair program receives grant and extensive donations

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College's auto body repair program recently received a grant from the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF)

  • LCCC releases prospectus regarding WyoTech options

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- With news that the WyoTech campus in Laramie will close later this year, questions have arisen as to the role institutions such as Laramie County Community College could play in relation to the facilities and resources when that closure occurs.

  • Driver's education at LCCC begins in March

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Registration is now open for the driver's education program at Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board to hold executive session

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will meet in executive session at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7, in the Petersen Board Room on the LCCC campus. The trustees will discuss a real estate matter. Executive sessions are not open to the public.

  • LCCC and Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne partner to bring new opportunities for Cheyenne teens

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Thanks to a new community partnership, opportunities for high school students to find success have increased significantly.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2017 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYO.-- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2017 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC's public relations team earns state, regional and national honors

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The last few months have been positive ones for the public relations office at Laramie County Community College.

  • Halladay Subaru gives $10,000 to LCCC Foundation for student scholarships

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- A local business is committing to support students with their higher education.

  • Those needing high school equivalency welcome to join the ACES program at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC's campus safety director becomes president of regional FBI National Academy Associates

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- On December 21, 2017, James Crosby, Director of Campus Safety for Laramie County Community College, was elected and sworn in as the President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA). This chapter encompasses membership in both Wyoming and Colorado, and Crosby was sworn in during the Chapter's December meeting.

  • LCCC Board announces January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for January.

  • Lisa Trimble becomes new Associate Vice President at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- This month, Lisa Trimble was named the new associate vice president of institutional advancement at Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board announces December meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for December.

  • Laramie County Community College Bond Election

    While we are disappointed that the college's bond election for the new buildings and structural renovations did not succeed, we respect the decision of the Laramie County voters. We still have great hopes to continue the LCCC Building Forward plan while realizing that the timeframe and funding opportunities will be decidedly different and may involve some difficult decisions. As always, our priority is our students, and we will continue our efforts as the best community college we can be for Laramie County.

  • LCCC to host national memorial, "Remembering Our Fallen"

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College has the honor of being selected to host "Remembering Our Fallen," a national memorial honoring those in the military who perished in The War on Terror.

  • LCCC receives an Ellbogen grant award to help high school students

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students across Wyoming will have improved educational opportunities thanks to a grant received by LCCC.

  • LCCC's women's basketball to hold events in Pine Bluffs and Burns

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Coming off a highly successful first season, the LCCC women's basketball team will visit eastern Laramie County.

  • Those needing high school equivalency welcome to join the ACES program at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC taking preventative measures following animal illnesses

    Laramie County Community College officials are taking precautionary steps due to a recent situation with horses housed on the campus.

  • LCCC Board announces October meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for October.

  • Special reading of "Watch My Rising" to take place at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- As part of Laramie County Community College's Alcohol Awareness Week, students and faculty will read from the anthology Watch My Rising, a collection of stories and poems about recovery from addiction and alcoholism. Free and open to the public, the event takes place 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the LCCC Student Lounge. Refreshments will be provided.

  • LCCC's radiography students ace national exams - Sept. 26

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College's 2017 radiography program had a 100 percent pass rate on the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. This exam is required in nearly every state in order to be licensed and work as a radiographer in health care facilities.

  • LCCC partnership efforts win national recognition for increased FAFSA filing completion

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- This week, the National College Access Network selected Cheyenne as one of only 22 U.S. cities to receive a grant to increase the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application and completion rates by at least five percent for the graduating class of 2017.

  • LCCC confers certified public manager credentials to 15 graduates

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Fifteen participants received their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College this month.

  • LCCC Board announces September meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for September.

  • LCCC's Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Laramie County Community College (LCCC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. LCCC Career and Technical Education (CTE) department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the activities and programs. LCCC also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices.

  • LCCC's Albany County Campus asks the community for input

    LARAMIE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College's campus in Albany County is looking to the community to help improve the services and opportunities available for the area.

  • LCCC Rodeo Coach Competes at Cheyenne Frontier Days

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Laramie County Community College is proudly watching its rodeo coach, Beau Clark, who holds first place in the average at Cheyenne Frontier Days steer wrestling slack after two 10.4 second runs.

  • LCCC seeks input about its role in community recreation and athletics

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - Laramie County Community College will hold community forums to gain public input regarding the planned renovation of the LCCC Recreation & Athletic Complex (RAC) and how this building could meet community needs and opportunities.

  • LCCC Board announces July meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for July. The board will hold its regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, in the Petersen Board Room on the LCCC

  • Laramie County Community College announces spring 2017 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYO.-- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2017 spring semester and those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls.

  • LCCC radiography program receives accreditation again

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) has again awarded an eight-year accreditation to Laramie County Community College's radiography program.

  • LCCC Board announces June meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for June.

  • LCCC presents year-end awards

    Cheyenne, Wyo. - As another school year concludes, Laramie County Community College took time to celebrate some of the people who excelled on campus.

  • LCCC's Partnership Diploma Program to hold celebration on May 18

    Cheyenne, Wyo. - The Partnership Diploma Program (PDP) at Laramie County Community College is recognizing its 2017 high school graduates at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 18, in LCCC's Center for Conferences and Institutes. All past graduates and instructors from the program are welcome to attend.

  • LCCC's commencement ceremony to take place Saturday

    CHEYENNE - Laramie County Community College's 46th commencement ceremony takes place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 13, at Storey Gymnasium in Cheyenne. This academic year, it is anticipated that 705 candidates for graduation will earn their credentials from LCCC.

  • LCCC's auto body repair students have 100% success on certifications exams

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College auto body repair program's full-time students received a 100 percent pass rate on industry certification exams taken spring 2017. These students passed the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification exams measuring four knowledge areas required for ASE Master Collision Repair Technician Certification: mechanical and electrical components, structural analysis and damage repair, non-structural analysis and damage repair, and painting and refinishing.

  • LCCC Board announces May meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for May.

  • LCCC president receives Shirley B. Gordon Award

    CHEYENE -- Dr. Joe Schaffer, president of Laramie County Community College, was one of only 19 college presidents in the nation to receive the 2017 Shirley B. Gordon Awards of Distinction at PTK Catalyst 2017, Phi Theta Kappa's annual convention in Nashville, Tennessee, this month.

  • Impressive truck donation to LCCC Foundation will help diesel tech students

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- A tremendous donation of trucks to Laramie County Community College's diesel technology program will be celebrated at a special event this month.

  • LCCC's public relations team takes home national awards

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The National Council for Marketing and Public Relations presented four awards to the Laramie County Community College public relations team at its annual conference last week.

  • LCCC Board announces April meetings - Mar. 24

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for April, all of which take place in the Petersen Board Room on the LCCC campus.

  • Students needing high school equivalency welcome to join the ACES program at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC's radiography students find success

    Twenty-eight students and two advisors of the LCCC Radiography Club attended the Association of Collegiate Educators in Radiologic Technology meeting in January.

  • LCCC Board announces March meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for March.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2016 graduates and honor roll

    CHEYENNE, WYO.-- Laramie County Community College is proud to announce those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls and the list of graduates for the fall semester of the 2016 academic school year.

  • Black Hills Energy's gifts to LCCC help create new community lounge

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Black Hills Energy, a longtime supporter of Laramie County Community College and its Foundation, will be recognized for their efforts at a special ceremony in February.

  • LCCC Board announces February meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for February.

  • LCCC theatre production of "The Glass Menagerie" receives honors

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival has recognized Laramie County Community College's production of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie."

  • LCCC's "Learning is for Everyone" coming to the community in February

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The opportunity for learning is for everyone regardless of age, and this year's crop of LIFE classes at Laramie County Community College confirms that ideal.

  • Students needing high school equivalency welcome to join the ACES program at LCCC

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).

  • LCCC Board announces January meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for January.

  • LCCC to benefit from grant to regional college partnership

    CHEYENNE, WYO. - The United States Department of Labor awarded a grant of nearly $5 million to the Wyoming/Montana Partnership, which includes Laramie County Community College as well as Northern Wyoming Community College District (NWCCD), Casper College, and Montana State University Billings-City College.

  • LCCC Board announces December meetings

    CHEYENNE, WYO. -- The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for December.

  • LCCC confers certified public manager credentials to 16 graduates

    Sixteen participants received their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College this month.

  • LCCC Board announces November meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for November.

  • LCCC's Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Laramie County Community College (LCCC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. LCCC Career and Technical Education (CTE) department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the activities and programs. LCCC also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices.

  • LCCC's Radiography Students Reach 100% Pass Rate with National Certification

    The most recent graduates of Laramie County Community College's radiography program all passed the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

  • LCCC Board announces October meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for October.

  • Literary Connection is almost here!

    Literary Connection, the annual event connecting readers and writers, is just a few weeks away.

  • LCCC confers certified public manager credentials to ten graduates

    Ten participants received their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College this month.

  • Candidate Forum Coming to LCCC

    Candidates for the LCCC board of trustees will participate in a forum and candidates for mayor of the city of Cheyenne will participate in a debate beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4 in the LCCC Center of Conferences and Institutes' Centennial Room.

  • LCCC Board announces September meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for September.

  • LCCC invites community to Flex Tech ribbon cutting

    A new facility is opening at Laramie County Community College, and everyone is welcome to join the celebration.

  • LCCC launches new athletics website

    Golden Eagle fans now have their own website to keep up-to-date on LCCC athletics: GoLCCC.com.

  • Large estate gift comes to the LCCC Foundation

    The Laramie County Community College Foundation received a gift of $1.2 million.

  • LCCC Board announces August meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for August.

  • LCCC Board announces July meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for July.

  • Laramie County Community College announces spring 2016 graduates and honor roll

    LCCC is proud to announce those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls and the list of graduates for the spring semester of the 2016 academic school year.

  • LCCC offers new healthcare program

    Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne will offer a new central sterile processing (CSP) program beginning this fall.

  • LCCC finding ways to help students get more financial aid

    Wyoming high school graduates left an estimated $4.2 million in Pell Grant funding on the table last academic year, according to NerdWallet, a college funding research company.

  • LCCC receives two Ellbogen grant awards to help high school students

    Students across Laramie County will have improved educational opportunities thanks to grants received by LCCC.

  • LCCC presents year-end awards

    As another school year concludes, LCCC celebrates the people who went above and beyond for the campus community.

  • LCCC commencement ceremony to take place Saturday

    Laramie County Community College's commencement ceremony takes place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 14, at Storey Gymnasium in Cheyenne. This academic year, it is anticipated that 785 candidates for graduation will earn their credentials from LCCC.

  • LCCC's radiography students find success in the program and the community

    Laurel Zeiler and Carolyn Spranger, a radiologic technology students at LCCC, have been selected to participate in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists 2016 Student Leadership Development Program.

  • LCCC becomes first Wyoming college to receive national accreditation in concurrent enrollment

    LCCC is now the first college in Wyoming to receive accreditation from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships.

  • LCCC to host Open Mic Night

    Celebrate National Poetry Month this April with Open Mic! at LCCC. This event takes place from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday, April 25, in the LCCC Student Lounge.

  • Brian Ortmeier named LCCC's new women's basketball coach

    LCCC announced Tuesday that Brian Ortmeier will be the college's first head coach of women's basketball in nearly 25 years.

  • LCCC named top tech-savvy community college in the nation

    The Center for Digital Education (CDE) announced the winners of its 2015-16 Digital Community Colleges Survey last week. Now in its eleventh year, the survey analyzes how community colleges use a range of technologies to improve services to students, faculty, staff and the community at large.

  • Sixth Annual National Library Week Bookmark Design Contest

    National Library Week is April 10-16, and LCCC's Ludden Library is again hosting a bookmark design contest to celebrate the occasion.

  • LCCC Board of Trustees announces April meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for April.

  • LCCC photographer places second in competition at national conference

    Mike Smith, LCCC's photographer in the public relations department, received second place in the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations photo shootout at the annual conference in St Louis this month.

  • LCCC Jon Powers named Mechanic of the Year by Halladay Motors.

    Congratulations to LCCC graduate Jon Powers! Jon graduated from LCCC's automotive technology program in May 2015, and he was recently named Mechanic of the Year by Halladay Motors' 2015 Mechanic of the Year.

  • LCCC Board announces March meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for March.

  • LCCC's Jason Pasqua receives national theatre award

    Jason Pasqua, LCCC theatre faculty, received an award for Achievement in Directing from The Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival for the theatre program's recent production of Richard Dresser's Rounding Third.

  • LCCC students transferring to UW benefit from new agreement

    Students transferring from Laramie County Community College to the University of Wyoming may now count more of their community college courses toward their bachelor's degrees, thanks to new articulation agreements between LCCC and UW.

  • Former LCCC student receives statewide journalism award

    The Wyoming Press Association named Cody Tucker, a former Laramie County Community College student, Young Journalist of the Year at the organization's annual winter convention in January.

  • LCCC Board announces February meetings

    The board will hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, Feb. 3 and 17, in the Petersen Board Room. The board's Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the LCCC Administration Building's Administration and Finance Conference Room.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2015 graduates and honor roll

    Laramie County Community College is proud to announce those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls and the list of graduates for the fall semester of the 2015 academic school year.

  • LCCC's wind energy program featured in national publication

    Long recognized as one of the leading programs in the country, Laramie County Community College's wind energy program was recently featured in the national magazine, Sierra.

  • LCCC's Jim Gardner named National High School Coach of the Year

    On Wednesday, Laramie County Community College women's soccer head coach Jim Gardner was named the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Girls National Coach of the Year.

  • LCCC Board announces January meetings

    LCCC's Board of Trustees will hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, in the Petersen Board Room. The Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 13, in the LCCC Administration Building's Administration and Finance Conference Room.

  • Wyoming INBRE awards UW Transition Fellowships to community college students

    Nine students from Wyoming's community colleges (and three from LCCC) received Wyoming INBRE Transition Fellowships to study and conduct research at the University of Wyoming.

  • LCCC Board to hold special meeting

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced the board will hold a Finance and Facilities Committee meeting and a special board meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 9, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • LCCC Board announces December meetings

    The board will hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2, in the Petersen Board Room. The board's Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9, in the LCCC Administration Building's Administration and Finance Conference Room.

  • Wyoming PBS to Host Special Screening and Discussion Of Local Documentary "Storm of the Century: The Blizzard of '49"

    Wyoming PBS will host a special screening and discussion of the local documentary, "Storm of the Century: The Blizzard of '49" from 7-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17 in the Training Center at Laramie County Community College.

  • LCCC Board announces November meetings

    The board will hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the Petersen Board Room. If necessary, an executive session may follow the meeting. Board meetings are open to the public; executive sessions are not.

  • LCCC's Certified Public Manager Program celebrates 21 new graduates

    Laramie County Community College honored the accomplishments of 21 graduates from the Certified Public Manager program. The CPM program is a nationally recognized opportunity for extensive training and developing public managers and supervisors through a year-long series of classes, discussions and projects.

  • LCCC will be open on Monday, Oct. 12

    Laramie County Community College will be open on Monday, Oct. 12. That day is Columbus Day, but the college will be open and classes will continue as usual.

  • FBI warns of college students being targeted in phone scam

    The FBI is warning consumers to be on alert for a phone scam that primarily targets college students while displaying the FBI's telephone number on the recipient's caller ID.

  • LCCC Board announces October meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for October. The board will hold its regular meetings at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, Oct. 7 and 28, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • LCCC Foundation presents 2015 Literary Connection

    Literary Connection, the annual meeting of readers and writers, is almost here. Sponsored by the LCCC Foundation, this year's event features guest authors George Bilgere and Allen Kurzweil and will be held on Friday, Oct. 2 and Saturday, Oct. 3.

  • LCCC's James Crosby elected to regional office

    Last month, James Crosby, LCCC's director of campus safety, was elected as the second vice-president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates.

  • LCCC Board announces September meetings

    The board will hold its regular meetings at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, Sep. 9 and 23, in the Petersen Board Room. The board's Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sep. 16, in the LCCC Administration Building's conference room.

  • LCCC hires new Human Resources director

    Laramie County Community College is pleased to announce Tammy Maas as its new Human Resources director. Her first day on the job will be Aug. 10.

  • LCCC to hold groundbreaking for new Student Services building

    The groundbreaking ceremony for the Student Services and University Center will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 8, on the north side of campus near the blue arches.

  • LCCC announces spring 2015 graduates and honor roll

    Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates as well as those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls for the spring semester of the 2015 academic school year.

  • Dave Curry of LCCC honored with Workforce Services award

    Dave Curry, program director of technical studies at Laramie County Community College, was recognized with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services' Outstanding Individual Contribution to the Workforce Award.

  • LCCC Board announces July meetings

    he board will hold its regular meeting and annual public budget hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15, in Little America's Big Horn Room. The board's Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, July 8, in the LCCC Administration Building's conference room.

  • LCCC's city bus stop moves location starting Wednesday, June 24

    The bus stop will move from the large blue arches to the west side of the main parking lot (north of the Health Science Building and east of the Physical Education Building).

  • LCCC Board to hold committee meeting

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees' Academic Affairs and Student Services Ad Hoc Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, June 22, in the College Community Center, Room 178.

  • Fire department goes to college for training

    Don't be alarmed when you see fire trucks at the Laramie County Community College residence halls Thursday night. They'll be there for training, not for a fire.

  • LCCC welcomes new vice president of Administration & Finance

    Laramie County Community College welcomes a Wyoming native home. Rick Johnson has been hired as the college's vice president of Administration and Finance.

  • LCCC names Health Sciences dean as interim vice president of Academic Affairs

    Laramie County Community College named Terry Harper as interim vice president of Academic Affairs. Harper will replace Dr. Jose Fierro, current vice president of Academic Affairs, when he leaves at the end of June to take a job as president/superintendent of Cerritos College in Norwalk, California.

  • LCCC breaks ground on new Flexible Industrial Technology building

    Several dignitaries helped Laramie County Community College celebrate the groundbreaking for the college's Flexible Industrial Technology building on Wednesday, June 3.

  • Groundbreaking ceremony for Flexible Industrial Technology Building

    Laramie County Community College will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the Flexible Industrial Technology Building at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3, at the east edge of the main campus in Cheyenne.

  • LCCC Board to hold special meeting

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at noon on Monday, June 1, in the Petersen Board Room. The subject of the brief meeting will be a joint agreement.

  • LCCC Board announces June meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for June.

  • Bestselling author C.J. Box will give commencement address to LCCC graduates

    This year's commencement ceremony for Laramie County Community College will feature a true Wyoming success story: award-winning author and noted outdoorsman, C.J. Box.

  • LCCC's Albany County Campus to host Zine Thing

    Zine Thing will take place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 5, at the ACC Atrium, 1125 Boulder Drive in Laramie. The event is open to the entire community.

  • Registration for SEEK and other youth summer programs at LCCC begins April 28

    Phone registration is available for SEEK and other summer programs beginning at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, April 28, by calling 307.778.4327. Registration may also be done during regular business hours at the Center for Conferences & Institutes, Room 109.

  • LCCC Board announces May meetings

    The board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, May 6 and 27, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • LCCC's Phi Theta Kappa chapter receives national awards

    Laramie County Community College's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa attended the organization's annual convention in San Antonio this month and returned home with honors for students and faculty.

  • LCCC again named one of the nation's best colleges for digital technology

    In the "Small Colleges Category," Laramie County Community College was ranked number two for all such community colleges in the country.

  • Sam Mihara, Heart Mountain survivor, will share his story

    The Laramie County Community College Foundation will present "Sam Mihara: Memories of Heart Mountain" at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 7, at the Cheyenne East High School Auditorium. Mihara will talk about his time at the internment camp.

  • Arp-Lummis wall dedication today

    The dedication will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14 in the hallway between Student Services and the Arp Building. The wall celebrates the tremendous efforts of these families to bring higher education to the area, improving the lives of generations to come and to recognize the namesake building.

  • LCCC Foundation will host panel discussion, "Career and Industry Growth in Cheyenne"

    The panel discussion takes place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 16 in LCCC's Center for Conferences and Institutes, Room 129/130. The event is presented in conjunction with a month full of career-related activities at the college.

  • Fifth Annual National Library Week Bookmark Design Contest

    Participants need to submit their designs on the back of an official LCCC Ludden Library National Library Week Bookmark along with a completed entry form by 4 p.m. on Friday, April 17. The event is sponsored by the Ludden Library.

  • DWS, LCCC partner for Career Month in Laramie County

    Officials are planning several activities throughout the month including a "Career & Industry Growth in Cheyenne" panel discussion on Thursday, April 16 and a career fair on Wednesday, April 22.

  • LCCC announces registration dates for summer and fall semesters

    Currently enrolled students may register beginning at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, April 21 for summer and fall semesters. Open registration begins at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, April 28.

  • Open Mic Afternoon coming to LCCC

    Free and open to the campus as well as the community, the program takes place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, in the LCCC Student Lounge in the College Community Center.

  • LCCC's student newspaper staff writes its way to another national honor

    For the third year in a row, the American Copy Editors Society's annual headline writing contest has awarded Laramie County Community College's student newspaper, Wingspan, with third place in the nation.

  • LCCC Board announces April meetings

    The board will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15, in the Center for Conference and Institutes, Room 130. A first reading of the FY 2016 budget will be presented.

  • LIFE classes coming to LCCC in April

    The opportunity for learning really is for everyone regardless of age, and this year's crop of LIFE classes at Laramie County Community College confirms that ideal.

  • LCCC's CARE and Title IX teams present at national conference

    Members of LCCC's Title IX and CARE (Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation) teams presented at the Association of Student Conduct Administrators national conference in February.

  • Deaf Jazz Vocalist Mandy Harvey to perform at LCCC

    Jazz artist Mandy Harvey has been lauded by critics, has three albums under her belt, and is recognized as one of the most engaging vocalists in the region. She also happens to be deaf.

  • LCCC Board announces March meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, March 4 and 18, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • LCCC announces fall 2014 graduates and honor roll

    Laramie County Community College is proud to announce those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls and the list of graduates for the fall semester of the 2014 academic school year.

  • LCCC Board announces February meetings

    The LCCC Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for February. The board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, Feb. 4 and 18, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • LCCC athletic director hired by Temple University

    Like many of his student athletes, LCCC's first full-time athletics director, Pete Cautilli, is moving up to the next level. Cautilli has accepted a job as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • LCCC Board announces January meetings

    The board will hold a retreat from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 9, as well as a regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 21.

  • LCCC basketball coach records 200th career win with victory over Western Nebraska

    The Laramie County Community College Golden Eagles put together one of their best performances of the season and earned head coach Jason Ficca his 200th career victory.

  • Update on parking lot expansion

    LCCC staff has been diligently working to expand parking availability at the lot to the west of the Arena.

  • LCCC Board announces December meetings

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for December. The board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • Realtors' Classic basketball tournament moves to LCCC gymnasium

    With Storey gym not having floor markings approved by the National Junior College Athletic Association, LCCC officials moved the games to LCCC's gymnasium.

  • LCCC joins forces with school district to receive Career Pathways Demonstration Grant

    To help improve the opportunities for area students, Laramie County School District No. 2, in partnership with LCCC and Advanced Comfort Solutions, will receive a grant of $118,000 from the Wyoming Department of Education.

  • Students evacuated from LCCC residence hall in wake of fire alarm

    Students living in the east residence halls on the Laramie County Community College campus were evacuated Friday night after the fire alarm was activated.

  • LCCC Board announces November meetings

    The board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Petersen Board Room. If necessary, an executive session may follow the meeting. Board meetings are open to the public; executive sessions are not.

  • LCCC rodeo team's student-athletes earn national scholar honors

    Six members of the Laramie County Community College rodeo team earned National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association scholar honors.

  • British filmmaker and author to speak at LCCC's Ludden Library

    British documentary filmmaker and author Tim Slessor will be in Cheyenne on Thursday, Nov. 6, speaking to the public at Laramie County Community College's Ludden Library as part of Chadron State College's pilot Practitioner-in-Residence program.

  • "Insights to Ethical Leadership" coming to LCCC in November

    Frank Bucaro will present "Trust Me! Insights to Ethical Leadership" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in the LCCC Center for Conferences and Institutes, Union Pacific Centennial Room. The event is free and open to the public.

  • LCCC presents Madrigal Dinner on Nov. 14

    Laramie County Community College is pleased to present "The Case of the Missing Hanky (Panky)," a madrigal dinner to be presented at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14, at St. Mark's Episcopal Church.

  • Two riders win buckle at Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo

    The Laramie County Community College rodeo team hosted its annual Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo this weekend, and a pair of Golden Eagles won their events.

  • Artist Kit White's exhibit opens at LCCC on Oct. 22

    An alternative collection of paintings, the exhibit opens on Wednesday, Oct. 22, and continues until Nov. 20. These works can be seen in the Esther & John Clay Fine Arts Gallery on the LCCC campus.

  • UW Transfer Initiative to Benefit LCCC Students

    Students who take business courses at Laramie County Community College now have the assurance that those courses will meet requirements for two specific bachelor's degrees in business at the University of Wyoming, as a result of new articulation agreements between the two institutions.

  • LCCC Board announces change in upcoming meeting

    The board will hold an executive session at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 15, to discuss a personnel matter. The board will take action on that discussion during the regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the Petersen Board Room.

  • LCCC rodeo team prepares to host Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo

    This October, the chute opens on the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo at Laramie County Community College. The rodeo will be held on Friday, Oct. 10; Saturday, Oct. 11; and Sunday, Oct. 12.

  • LCCC to host College Transfer Fair

    The event takes place 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7, in the Student Lounge in the College Community Center.

  • LCCC Board announces October meetings

    The LCCC Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for October. The board will meet at 7 p.m. on both Wednesday, Oct. 1, and Wednesday, Oct. 15, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • Celebrate Constitution Week at the Ludden Library

    Celebrate Constitution Week by visiting the Ludden Library to get a free, pocket-sized U.S. Constitution book and view the historic display.

  • LCCC will hold auditions for wind ensemble

    Laramie County Community College's music program is looking for community members who might be interested in joining the school's wind ensemble.

  • Update: Campus ID situation is now fixed

    If you've been having trouble with your campus ID this semester, the issue has now been resolved. This situation only impacts new students and employees who are using their IDs to pay for dining services. Please note that no new cards are needed.

  • Patrick Currie earns Educator of the Year Award

    Patrick Currie, director of LCCC's Emergency Medical Services/Paramedic program, received the Educator of the Year Award from the Wyoming State EMS Office.

  • LCCC Board announces September meetings

    The board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 17, in the Petersen Board Room.

  • STUDENTS: Message from Judy Hay, Vice President of Student Services

    You have gotten an email from me letting you know of a "course" you must complete before registering for spring 2015 classes in November that has to do with three important issues on college campuses nation-wide.

  • LCCC to host financial literacy event with live rock performance

    Fall Financial Literacy will be at LCCC at noon on Friday, Sept. 5 in the Student Lounge.

  • Long-time music instructor Gary Hall retires

    After 10 years at Laramie County Community College, instrumental music instructor Gary Hall is calling it a career.

  • LCCC's Process Technology program honored for training partnership

    This summer, the Wyoming Workforce Development Council bestowed special recognition on one of Laramie County Community College's newest programs.

  • LCCC implements livestock transportation requirements to prevent spread of Vesicular Stomatitis

    The recent outbreak of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) has caused Laramie County Community College to tighten its biosecurity measures, especially around the areas where the college houses its horses, pigs, sheep and cattle.

  • LCCC announces spring 2014 graduates and honor roll

    Hundreds graduate with degrees, certificates of completion or academic honors.

  • LCCC Board announces June meeting

    The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meeting for June.

  • Center for Secondary Students to host "Parents Only" Night

    If you have a student entering grades 9-12 this fall, then the Laramie County Community College Center for Secondary Students has an event for you.

  • LCCC will hold commencement this Saturday

    College graduation is a special event in a student's life, marking a new beginning and limitless possibilities. The 2014 class at Laramie County Community College is certainly no exception.

  • Mayor Rick Kaysen to give commencement address to graduates

    Laramie County Community College recently announced that Mayor Richard "Rick" Kaysen of Cheyenne will be the speaker for this year's commencement ceremony, which takes place on Saturday, May 10.

  • Grammy-winning ensemble Chanticleer coming to Cheyenne

    Chanticleer -- called "the world's reigning male chorus" by The New Yorker magazine -- is coming to Cheyenne.

  • LCCC Speech Team places 3rd at national tournament

    Following a highly successful season, the LCCC speech team took its talents to the Junior Varsity National Tournament in Kansas and found even more accolades for its efforts.

  • George McIlvaine of LCCC's Foundation wins statewide award

    This statewide honor goes to someone from one of Wyoming's seven community colleges for their dedication and service as a college volunteer.

  • Speech Team finishes regular season in persuasive style

    The team is now preparing for the national tournament, which takes place this month in Hutchinson, Kan.

  • LCCC announces fall 2013 honor roll and graduate list

    Hundreds of LCCC students received academic honors and many more graduated or received certificates of completion for the fall 2013 semester.