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LCCC Catalog 2022-2023 
    Jul 21, 2024  
LCCC Catalog 2022-2023 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Student Support Services and Campus Life

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Laramie County Community College has established expectations designed to maximize the learning environment on campus. All members of the college community are expected to approach their academic endeavors, relationships, and personal responsibilities with a vigorous commitment to the pursuit of free expression and inquiry, integrity, civility, appreciation for diversity, and respect for self and others. Each student enrolling in the college assumes an obligation as a responsible member of the college community to demonstrate conduct compatible with the college’s mission as an educational institution.

As a member of the campus community, it is each student’s right and each student’s responsibility to be informed. The following documents are just a few of the reports, policies, and procedures pertaining to student rights and responsibilities:

  • Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities
  • Annual campus security report
  • Graduation/Persistence Report
  • Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention information
  • Sexual harassment and sexual assault policy and procedures
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) procedure
  • Student grievance procedures

These materials regarding student rights and responsibilities are located online at, the Student Life Office, or the Dean of Students Office.

Commitment to Diversity

Laramie County Community College is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory educational and employment environment. The college 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. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. The college does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational, extracurricular, athletic or other programs or in the context of employment.

Diversity is a key to excellence in education. LCCC is committed to enriching the lives of its students, faculty, staff, and community by providing a diverse campus where the safe exchange of ideas, knowledge, and perspectives is an active part of learning.

Counseling and Campus Wellness

Clay Pathfinder Building, Suite 207, 307.778.4397
After hours 833.434.1217
Albany County Campus, 307.772.4254

LCCC’s professionally licensed mental health staff provides short-term counseling, which includes individual and group counseling, workshops, seminars, crisis intervention, and referral. 

All LCCC enrolled students are eligible for free confidential counseling services, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, or progress toward academic degree. LCCC is a Safe Zone (a safe, inclusive, and positive educational environment) for all individuals seeking services. 

Students experiencing a mental health crisis during regular office hours can stop by the Counseling and Campus Wellness Center in Pathfinder 207 for help in determining an appropriate course of action. To speak with a counselor after business hours, students may call 1-833-434-1217. If a crisis occurs on-campus during evening or weekend hours, call 911 and Campus Safety. For all other after-hour emergencies, call 911. 

Advocacy Services

Confidential resources are available for students to receive support if they have experienced unwelcome sexual contact, harassment, stalking, assault, or are involved in the Title IX process. Students will be provided with campus and community resources.

Health Clinic

The FREE Student Health Clinic is part of Counseling and Campus Wellness and is in the Cheyenne Campus College Community Center Room 129 . This health clinic is staffed by residents from University of Wyoming Family Medicine, and is open from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays during Fall and Spring semesters. For more information, contact Counseling and Campus Wellness 307.778.4397. Students needing to contact a nurse during clinic hours may call 307.432.1683. 

Disability Support Services (DSS)

Clay Pathfinder Building, Suite 207

Disability Support Services (DSS) provides services and support to facilitate equal access for students with disabilities in courses, programs, and activities. The DSS office provides accommodation on a case-by-case basis for students with documented disabilities, pregnancy, and Title IV needs. 

Students who have questions or want to set up accommodations can email or call 307.778.1359 for an appointment with a DSS staff member.

Albany County Campus students who have questions or need an appointment can email or should call 307.772.4254.

Academic Advising

Clay Pathfinder Building, Suite 110/111
Albany County Campus 
Schedule an appointment on the Navigate app or call 307.778.1212

The Academic Advising Team begins with building meaningful, respectful, and empowering relationships with students by listening, asking proactive questions, and facilitating proper guidance to get students on the right path and keep students on the right path. Through meetings, communication, and holistic relationship building:

  1. The Academic Advising Team will support and guide students through challenging academic and personal decisions and make proper referrals to appropriate staff and areas.
  2. Academic Advising Team members will understand and effectively communicate degree requirements and LCCC policies and practices to students.
  3. The Academic Advising Team members help students identify areas for personal growth including areas associated with classroom learning, career exploration, educational exploration and life enrichment.

Career Services

Clay Pathfinder Building, Suite 111, 307.778.1132

LCCC Career Services provides career-related services in order to partner with students to choose a path that aligns with student goals by:

  • Identifying students’ values, interests, skills, and personality
  • Exploring career and major opportunities
  • Developing strategies to market students for the job search
  • Writing a customized resume and cover letter
  • Gaining the confidence and skills to accomplish an impressive interview
  • Discovering marketable job experiences that fit the values, interests, skills, and personality early in a students’ academic career

Student Hub

Clay Pathfinder Building, Cheyenne Campus
Lobby of Albany County Campus, Laramie

The Student Hub provides comprehensive service to assist students with financial aid, scholarships, registration, transcripts, and student ID cards. The Student Hub distributes and collects relevant forms pertaining to financial aid or updating student records. Student Hub services are available in-person on both the Cheyenne and Laramie campuses, and assistance can be provided via phone, email, or live chat. Visit for more information.

Exam Lab

Clay Pathfinder Building, Suite 119 & 121, 307.778.1274,
Albany County Campus, Room 218A, 307.772.4262,

The LCCC Exam Lab offers a variety of testing opportunities for students and the community. Tests offered include: LCCC make-up exams, testing for students with accommodations, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests, Nursing exams for entry level and advanced placement, distance learning exams for students at LCCC and other institutions, Pearson Vue and professional certification exams, and other standardized testing instruments.

Students at the Albany County Campus should contact the ACC Test and Exam Center at 307.772.4262 for details and information about testing services in Laramie.

Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention

Counseling and Campus Wellness,
Clay Pathfinder Building, Suite 207, 307.778.4397

Laramie County Community College has the responsibility of maintaining an educational environment conducive to academic achievement and of assisting students to be successful. LCCC recognizes that the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs interfere with students’ educational goals and, therefore, is committed to facilitating a drug-free learning environment. Students, faculty and staff have access to education on alcohol and other drugs. As well as educating the college community, LCCC has stringent policies governing the use of alcohol and other drugs on campus or at LCCC-sponsored activities.

Students should be aware that according to the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 (Section 5301), state and federal courts are provided with the ability to deny benefits to students who receive federal financial aid (e.g., Pell Grant, Direct Loans). If a student is convicted of drug distribution or possession, the court may suspend eligibility for Title IV financial aid.

Students pursuing certificate or licensure credentials should be aware that conviction of any crime (including drug- and/or alcohol-related offenses) may jeopardize their eligibility to successfully complete licensure requirements and be employed in their chosen field following the completion of a degree program at LCCC. Consult with an academic advisor or the appropriate accrediting agency for more detailed information regarding these restrictions.

The Drug-Free School and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226) requires that Laramie County Community College inform students and employees of the legal sanctions of illicit drugs and alcohol. This information is made available to all campus community members on the LCCC website.

Substance-Free Campus

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees and the Student Government Association have enacted a drug and alcohol procedure stating that drugs and alcoholic beverages may not be present on campus or at college-sponsored student activities. (Alcohol may be used for instructional (non-consumption) purposes with the approval of the instructor and the appropriate school dean.) This procedure states that the college will take disciplinary action for the following violations:

  1. “The manufacture, possession, use, sale or distribution of narcotics, illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia or prescription drugs for which the person does not have a prescription or being under the influence on college premises or at college-sponsored activities.”
  2. “The manufacture, possession, consumption, sale, or distribution of alcoholic beverages, including public intoxication, on college premises or at college-sponsored activities.”

Disciplinary Actions for Drug and Alcohol Violations

Students are responsible for complying with provisions of Wyoming law that make it a crime to possess, sell, deliver or manufacture those drugs designated collectively as controlled substances. Any student who violates the law is subject to prosecution and punishment by the civil authorities and to disciplinary proceedings by the college.

The penalties which may be imposed by the college include verbal warnings, written warnings, restitution, withdrawal agreements, disciplinary probation, disciplinary suspension, summary suspension or expulsion. The following mandatory minimum sanctions apply when students are responsible for violating LCCC’s substance-free policies.

  1. Trafficking in Illegal Drugs
    For students found responsible for the illegal manufacture, sale or delivery, or possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver any controlled substance, the minimum penalty shall be summary suspension.
  2. Illegal Possession of Drugs
    For students found responsible for a first offense involving the illegal possession of any controlled substance, the minimum penalty shall be probation for a period of time to be determined on a case-by-case basis. A person on probation must agree to participate in drug and alcohol information sessions. For subsequent violations involving illegal possession of controlled substances, progressively more severe penalties shall be imposed including possible suspension or expulsion. Refusal or failure to abide by the terms in the probation shall result in possible suspension or expulsion.
  3. Alcohol
    For students found responsible for offenses involving unlawful possession or consumption of alcohol, the minimum penalty shall be an alcohol assessment with Counseling & Campus Wellness. For subsequent violations, a progressive penalty system based on the type of infraction and the circumstances involved will be administered. Additional penalties may include a required compliance in an educational activity, referral for alcohol assessment/counseling, suspension, restitution, voluntary community service, and/or removal from the residential living and learning system, if applicable.

Ludden Library and Learning Commons

LCCC Libraries

Ludden Library, Cheyenne: 307.778.1206,
ACC Library, Laramie: 307.772.4263,
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The LCCC libraries integrate print and electronic resources, technology, services and a knowledgeable staff to support student learning and meet the research needs of LCCC students. Use the online catalog to search for books and media in the campus collections and throughout the state. Search for immediate access to full-text articles, e-books, and streaming video and music from our electronic subscriptions to over 150 research databases, available for on-campus and remote users. Start your search at or through the Library Resources folder in myLCCC.

The newly renovated Ludden Library at the Cheyenne campus houses additional study rooms, quiet study pods, a family room where students and their children can learn together, and an Innovation Lab where students can collaborate and explore new technologies. The Albany County Campus Library in Laramie offers an inviting atmosphere including computer workstations, printers, and 3D printing services. Both campuses have anatomy models for on-campus study, calculators and laptops for checkout, copying, scanning, faxing, and laminating services. Librarians provide formal library instruction in classes, and knowledgeable and welcoming library staff members are always ready to offer one-on-one assistance to students. Feel free to contact the staff with any questions regarding how to access materials remotely, how to find quality research sources, and how to correctly cite and use those resources in assignments.

Learning Commons

Room LIB 137, 307.778.4315,

Tutoring in academic subjects, writing and communications assistance, and academic success skills support is available for free seven days a week in person and online by appointment or on a walk-in basis from LCCC tutors. Students can schedule their own appointments online through myLCCC or they can contact the Learning Commons to schedule an appointment or learn about Learning Commons services. More information about the Learning Commons and hours of operation are available online. Tutoring in all academic subjects or writing assistance is available outside of the Learning Commons hours online through NetTutor. Students can access NetTutor through Canvas.

The PASS (Peer-Assisted Study Sessions) program offers free, twice weekly, small group study sessions for some of the most challenging LCCC courses. Please contact your instructor or the Learning Commons for more information.

In Laramie, the ACC Learning Commons offers free tutoring to students in a range of subjects, including writing, communication, math, accounting, chemistry, and anatomy and physiology. Visit the ACC Library or call 307.772.4285 or 307.721.5138 ext. 4285 for more information.

Adult Career and Education System (ACES)

LCCC Campus, Career and Technical Building,
Rooms 111, 307.637.2450

Eastern Laramie County Campus, 607 Elm Street,
Pine Bluffs, WY 82082, 307.245.3595

The Adult Career and Education System (ACES) provides day and evening classes in Adult Education (AE), High School Equivalency Certificate (HSEC) preparation, Adult Secondary Education (ASE), and English as a Second Language (ESL). The classes are noncredit and are available for residents 16 years of age or older in Laramie County. ACES is open fall, spring, and summer semesters.

Adult Education (AE)

AE provides individualized instruction for those students wanting to upgrade their basic reading, writing, and math literacy skills.

High School Equivalency Certificate (HSEC) Preparation

Instruction is provided to prepare students to complete the High School Equivalency Certificate (HSEC). Classes include reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and college and career transitions. Students who are 16 or 17 years of age must complete age waiver requirements through ACES prior to taking the tests.

Adult Secondary Education (ASE)

ASE provides instruction for students who have their high school diploma or equivalent and want to improve their basic skills to upgrade their employment opportunities or pursue further education. Classes offered include reading, math, writing, and college transitions.

English as a Second Language (ESL)

The English as a Second Language program provides opportunities for students to reach their language goals such as understanding, speaking, reading and writing the English language. Students will become more integrated into society by learning about American culture, customs and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. The classes are designed for the non-native speaker of English. ESL also provides opportunities for college and career transitions.


Cheyenne, Clay Pathfinder Building, First Floor, 307.778.1114
Laramie, 307.432.1667

The LCCC Bookstore is open Monday through Friday. The Bookstore sells new and used books, school supplies, apparel, and college novelty items. Other services include refunds, used book buy-backs and special orders (check with the Bookstore for policies). The Bookstore is closed on holidays, weekends and student breaks.

Annual Student Right to Know/Campus Security Report

In compliance with federal law No. 101-542, the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, Laramie County Community College provides crime statistics for the college for the past three calendar years and the campus security plan.

Crime Statistics

As required by law, the LCCC campus crime statistics annual report is provided on the LCCC Website under Compliance & Consumer Information: and on the Campus Safety web link It is also available in the office of the Director of Campus Safety (Business Technology 213).

The Campus Safety Office prepares incident reports on reported crimes and all other incidents on campus. Any criminal activity is reported immediately to the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department.

When a crime or crime problem occurs, Campus Safety notifies the student newspaper of the incident to inform students and employees of the occurrence and to recommend precautionary measures to avoid any further similar incidents.

A daily crime log is available for public inspection outside of the office of Campus Safety (Business Technology BT 213), on the Clay Pathfinder 1st floor lobby bulletin board, and at the Ludden Library. The crime log is also updated on the Campus Safety pages of the College’s website.

Campus Safety Plan

Walkways on the campus and all parking lots are well lighted. Regular security evaluations of the campus are conducted and improvements are implemented when needed.

LCCC has installed free courtesy and security (blue light) telephones at strategic locations throughout the campus. On the wall adjacent to each courtesy telephone, and prominently displayed on each security (blue light) telephone, are instructions on what to do in the event of crimes or other emergencies. LCCC Campus Safety also utilizes marked patrol cars which patrol the campus at all times of the year. Automated Electronic Defibrillators (AED’s) are strategically placed throughout the campus and in each patrol vehicle. These are for use by members of the public or campus community in the event of an emergency requiring such medical equipment.

The college employs a Campus Safety force on a 24-hour, 365-day-a-year basis. The Laramie County Sheriff’s Department responds to activities of a criminal nature. Because of its high patrol activity in the vicinity of the campus, response time by the Sheriff’s Department is typically under two minutes. The Sheriff’s Department, the fire department, and/or emergency medical services can be contacted at 307.637.6524 or by dialing 911 (9-911 from a campus hard line phone).

Campus Safety Officers, while not law enforcement and unable to make arrests, are employed to enforce traffic and parking regulations, enforce college rules, regulations, and policies, and assist distressed motorists; make building security checks; and assist students, employees, and the general public in ways to make their time on campus a safe and satisfying experience. Campus Safety Officers are certified in Basic First Aid, CPR, use of AEDs and prevention of blood-borne pathogens. For further information, please contact Campus Safety at 307-630-0645. Campus Safety maintains patrol offices in the Auto Technology (AT) Building (AT111 and AT135). The Director of Campus Safety’s office is located in the Business Technology Building (BT213; Telephone: 307.778.1340).

Campus Safety patrol officers may be contacted via cell phone at 307.630.0645. Campus Safety should be contacted to report crimes, suspicious activity, or emergencies.

The LCCC Emergency Response Plan can be accessed on the campus portal and on the Campus Safety pages of the College’s website. This plan is also posted in offices throughout the campus and in the residence hall.

Graduation, Transfer and Persistence Rates of LCCC Students

Graduation and Transfer Rates

The following information is provided in compliance with federal regulations as found in Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations (34 CFR 668.45, 668.48).

During the 2018 fall semester, 474 first-time, full-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students enrolled at Laramie County Community College (LCCC). Of this group, referred to as the fall 2018 graduation rate cohort, 182 (38.40%) had graduated from LCCC and 88 (18.57%) had transferred to another college or university by August 31, 2021.

The fall 2018 graduation rate cohort included 52 students who received student aid related to an athletics program. Of this group, 25 (48.08%) had graduated from LCCC and 12 (23.08%) had transferred to another college or university by August 31, 2021.

Graduation and transfer rates for the overall cohort and the cohort of students who received athletics-related aid by gender, race/ethnicity, and type of federal student aid received, can be found at

Persistence Rate

The following information is provided in compliance with federal regulations as found in Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations (34 CFR 668.41(d)(4)).

During the fall 2020 semester, 433 first-time, full-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students enrolled at Laramie County Community College (LCCC). Of this group, 252 (58.20%) were still enrolled at LCCC or had graduated as of October 2021.

Anyone with additional questions should contact the Director of Institutional Research at 307.778.1113.

Vehicles on the Cheyenne Campus

All vehicles operated on the Cheyenne campus are subject to traffic and parking regulations established by the Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees and the Student Government Association. Parking permits are not required except in the residence halls parking lot.

Student Engagement & Diversity

Crossroads, Rooms 107, 307.778.1182

The Student Engagement & Diversity Office is located on the Cheyenne campus and provides co-curricular opportunities for students to develop friendships and skills to successfully achieve their academic and personal goals. Student Engagement & Diversity activities and services build a strong campus community by providing involvement opportunities, community building, diversity programming and education, as well as civic engagement and leadership opportunities. This office seeks to maintain a supportive and inclusive environment for the students of Laramie County Community College.

Getting involved with Student Engagement & Diversity provides the opportunity to learn and grow while working in partnership with others. Students participate in rewarding and fun-filled experiences to expand leadership skills and knowledge. Student Engagement & Diversity provides an engaging and purposeful learning environment, opportunities to connect with others, and support in personal discovery. LCCC values a diverse community, honest and open communication, respect for self and others, and life-long learning.

Student Government Association (SGA)

Crossroads, Room 107, 307.778.1119

Student Government Association is a governing body for the Cheyenne campus comprised of students enrolled in classes on the Cheyenne campus. All students registered for credit classes at the LCCC Cheyenne campus may consider themselves to be members of the Student Government Association (SGA). SGA senators represent the students at the collegiate, community and state levels. SGA responds to students’ needs on the Cheyenne campus and voices their perspectives to LCCC administration. SGA is also responsible for the distribution of Student Activity Fees to Cheyenne campus student organizations. Senators serve with integrity, professionalism and impartiality in their role as liaisons between students, faculty and staff. SGA strives to improve the campus for all students by providing a forum for student concerns as well as programs and activities to benefit the college and community.

Student Leadership Council is the student governing body for Albany County Campus in Laramie. Students interested in being actively involved in providing insight and input to Albany County Campus administration through this body should contact Albany County Campus Student Hub for more information by calling 307.772.4299

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

Crossroads, Room 107, 307.778.1119

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a group of students on the Cheyenne campus who provide activities to make the college experience more enjoyable. CAB sponsors Weeks of Welcome, service learning, family fun nights, educational awareness weeks and many other social and recreational activities on the Cheyenne campus. CAB is always in need of creative and talented students to help plan and organize activities. Being involved with CAB gives students many opportunities to meet people and make new friends. Students also improve their leadership skills and enhance their career preparation by improving planning, organizational and communication skills.

The mission of Campus Activities Board is to enrich our student’s lives through activities to inspire collaboration, cultural/diversity awareness, and learning through engagement.

CAB is a programming ally for the student body and student organizations. Ultimately, CAB seeks to make LCCC students’ college experience engaging and more enjoyable through the following:

  1. Provide collaboration opportunities for students to work with one another to host and organize events on campus.
  2. Provide engaging activities to promote cultural and diversity education.
  3. Provide faculty opportunities to partner with campus activities to help promote learning in coursework.
  4. Instill a sense of belonging within the campus community.

For more information about CAB at the Albany County Campus, students should call 307.721.5138.

Residential Living & Learning

Residence Hall Community Center, 307.637.2498

The LCCC student housing complex is in a comfortable campus setting with easy access to classrooms, computer labs, a fully equipped physical education facility, and the dining room. The Residence Hall Council and Residential Living & Learning staff provide activities, programs, and leadership opportunities to assist students in transition to LCCC, support their academic success, and facilitate the development of lifelong friendships. Students are encouraged to participate in these activities that are designed to provide a safe and enhanced experience in addition to the classroom experience.

Multicultural Student Engagement

LCCC offers services to assist international students on F-1 visas. Orientation, transitional services, academic and personal advising, and assistance with housing and issues with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are provided to international students at LCCC. Interested students, faculty, staff, and community members also have the opportunity to learn more and expand their cultural awareness through the International Student Association. International students at the Albany County Campus should call 307.721.5138 for more information.

Recognized Student Organizations

Crossroads, Room 107, 307.778.1119

Student organizations are recognized to enhance the educational, social, cultural, professional, spiritual, and/or recreational experiences of students. Recognized student organizations may be clubs or teams and are classified as instructional or student service organizations. Instructional clubs or teams are associated with, or are an extension of, a specific academic school or program. Students wishing to develop a new club should visit Office of Student Engagement & Diversity for current recognition procedures.

Student Engagement & Diversity will support officially recognized student organizations by providing supplies, publicity materials, monetary and organizational assistance, and leadership training information. Requests for financial assistance should be directed to the office of Student Life. A current list of clubs and teams can be obtained from the Office of Student Engagement & Diversity and also found online.

Student Identification and Library Cards

Student Hub, Clay Pathfinder Building, Cheyenne Campus
Lobby of Albany County Campus, Laramie

LCCC students enrolled in credit classes are required to receive a student identification (ID) card. There is no charge for the initial card; however, a replacement fee will be assessed for lost or stolen cards. Students are eligible to receive the card once they are registered for classes, and must present another form of photo ID in order to obtain the student identification card. The Student ID Card entitles students to attend campus activities and events for discounted or free admission and enables students to use various College facilities such as the Recreation and Athletics Complex (RAC) and the Student Computer Center. The Student ID Card also serves as the student’s library card. In addition, the Student ID Card is used for meal plans in the dining hall and to access the Residence Hall for students who live on-campus.

Veterans’ Information

Student Hub, Clay Pathfinder Building, Cheyenne Campus
Lobby of Albany County Campus, Laramie

Laramie County Community College is approved by the state of Wyoming for veterans’ training under the Montgomery GI Bill® and for those training under Dependents’ Educational Assistance.

More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website at

All questions concerning VA eligibility for educational benefits may be directed to the Student Hub. Additionally, the veteran may request assistance directly from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Office, P.O. Box 66830, St. Louis, MO 63166, 1.888.442.4551.

Those applying for VA educational assistance will be provided with the most recent VA requirements concerning attendance and satisfactory academic progress.

Children’s Discovery Center (CDC)

Arp Building, Business Office Room 139, 307.778.1303

The LCCC Children’s Discovery Center on the LCCC campus provides high-quality, child care for students, staff and the community, offering a comprehensive preschool/child care program. Hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding college holidays.

The full-day preschool program is for children 12 months to six years of age; the part-time preschool program is for children three to five years of age and is based on requests and availability.

The primary goal of the CDC is to meet the developmental needs of young children. Children who attend the CDC receive an early childhood education specifically designed to enhance skill development in all areas of a child’s life: intellectual, social, emotional, creative and physical.

At the CDC, children are actively involved as they learn about themselves and their world. The center’s curriculum is play-based, which provides a wide variety of enriching experiences that promote the development of a positive self-concept and help foster competencies throughout a lifetime. The LCCC Children’s Discovery Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Dining Services

Main Dining Hall, CCC 151, Cheyenne Campus

On the Cheyenne campus, full meal options are available in our dining room, or one can get a quick bite and caffeine kick at the Emporium - complete with Starbucks! Students can also grab a snack at The Market in Gold Hall. We have meal block-plans and walk-in pricing that is available for not only students but the entire community.  Put everything on our GET App to track, pay, or swipe a meal for meal plans.  Visit for more information regarding prices and hours of operation.


Golden Eagle Athletics is governed by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), National Junior College Athletic Association Esports (NJCAAE), and National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA). Laramie County Community College Golden Eagle Athletic teams compete in Region IX for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball. Rodeo competes in the Central Rocky Mountain Region.  Multiple Golden Eagles teams have qualified for district and national tournaments. The Rodeo team has had individual members qualify for the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR). For more information regarding Golden Eagle Athletics, call 307.778.1185 or visit

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Student Hub, Clay Pathfinder Building, Cheyenne Campus
Lobby of Albany County Campus, Laramie

Each year, LCCC students receive more than $14 million in financial assistance from federal, state, LCCC, and private sources. For information about the financial aid process, application procedures, eligibility requirements, satisfactory academic progress standards for continued eligibility, and available assistance, students may inquire at the Student Hub or visit

Lifelong Learning

Rather than enrolling in a complete degree or certificate program, many students prefer to take selected courses that help them pursue, personal goals. For some, this means courses that will help them as employees or as business owner. Others simply want to know more about their world, whether it’s government, psychology, literature, science, computers, automotive technology, physical fitness or art. Others are exploring new career or educational directions or want to examine other approaches to living and learning. For many diverse reasons, LCCC has a wide variety of offerings and services available to interested students.

Life Enrichment

LCCC’s Life Enrichment program enhances peoples’ lives through lifelong learning opportunities. Life Enrichment classes help people to learn new skills. Life Enrichment classes give people an opportunity to learn a new hobby, enhance existing talents, and socialize with others who have the same interests. People can enjoy a variety of classes including quilting, swimming, rock climbing, computer software programs, and dog training.

The Life Enrichment program serves a diverse array of students from children to senior citizens. For more information, please call 778.1236 or visit

Facilities and Events

The Facilities and Events office serves the campus and community by providing facility scheduling and facility rental to individuals and groups. Activities and events are scheduled in the Center for Conferences and Institutes, the Training Center, the Physical Education Building, the college arena, and other campus spaces. The Facilities and Events office coordinates with campus service areas to provide catering, audiovisual equipment, and event setup support to individuals and groups renting facilities at LCCC.

For more information call 307.778.1291 or visit

Business Training and Development

The Business Training and Development programs at LCCC help businesses meet performance, productivity, and profitability goals by providing employees with the customized training needed for organizational success.

Classes are designed to support all levels of organizations, from the frontline worker to the executive management team. Classes are offered as open enrollment or can be customized to meet the specific needs of an organization. For more information, please call 307.778.4381 or visit