LCCC COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Student FAQ
Students interested in living on campus during the academic year 2021-22, can apply by visiting our Living On Campus website. The “How to Apply to Live On Campus” link will provide you with step-by-step guidance. Applications for the new residence hall are available in myLCCC, by clicking on the Student Housing App and selecting “Fall 2021” on the left-hand side.
Students living in the residence hall for the Fall 2021 semester will be tested for COVID-19 prior to moving in, unless they can provide proof of a full vaccination. Students who have not been vaccinated prior to move-in can schedule an appointment to receive a vaccination. Students should contact the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department and complete the 1st Dose Vaccination Form to schedule a vaccination after their housing application has been accepted.
Students that feel they need an accommodation to be on campus, should contact the Dean of Students to discuss available resources and/or educational options.
Please visit the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department webpage for more information on available testing.
The daily health screening is only to acknowledge new or worsening medical conditions. In this situation, you should only report if the symptom(s) is worse than normal for you.
LCCC will be returning to in-person, on-campus instruction for the Fall 2021 semester. We will have a traditional number of face-to-face classes available to students. Additionally, we will continue to offer Hybrid and Online classes for those students that need to engage in distance learning.
- Face-to-Face: Face-to-face classes will be exclusively on-campus, in-person class meetings on the Cheyenne campus.
- Hybrid: Hybrid classes include some on-campus, in-person class meetings combined with virtual instruction. These classes are offered in Cheyenne and on the ACC campus in Laramie.
- Online on a Schedule (Synchronous): Online on a Schedule (Synchronous) instruction means that classes have a set time to take place. Instructors and students are online at the same time.
- Online Anytime (Asynchronous): Online Anytime (Asynchronous) instruction means that students may participate in the course at their own preferred time. There is no set time for classes to meet.
As we return to campus for the Summer and Fall semesters we will continue to ask students, employees and guests to wear a face covering and to maintain social distancing where possible. There may be times, such as in classrooms, where six feet of social distancing is not possible. We will continue to monitor guidance and make adjustments as necessary throughout the semester.
All campus and student services will be available for the Fall 2021 semester and will be provided in-person, and virtually if needed. Some departments may have alternate hours to accommodate student needs and social distancing. Check the Department website for the most current hours of operation.
Students wanting more information on the safety and efficacy of vaccinations are encouraged to visit the Center for Disease Control website.
In alignment with the Cheyenne-Laramie County Heath Department, students living in a residence hall are eligible to receive a vaccination in Laramie County.
LCCC continues to follow CDC, State of Wyoming, and Laramie County recommendations and guidelines for self-quarantining. If a student tests positive for COVID-19 they should contact the Dean of Students office, they will assist with the next steps and any questions you might have.
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