SGA discusses Student Veterans, Pathway 2.0

The LCCC student government was joined by Student Veterans of America representative Chris Runnels, who will be attending SGA meetings regularly to give input on what his organization is doing around campus.
Runnels spoke on how SVA got approved to conduct a portion of orientation around campus to discuss veteran benefits and protocols for new students.
The Vice President of SGA, Justin Mondujano, mentioned that the new Pathway 2.0 program has kicked off.
Pathway 2.0 is a group of nine committees and organizations that are a part of a three year project designed to update the LCCC community. One focus for updating the community will be orientations and how to make them better, as well as getting students moving towards the degrees they are seeking in a timely manner.
Tylor Ricciardelli, a senator for SGA, shared information on a class being offered in the summertime that hasn’t been offered the last couple of years due to low enrollment. The class is called Yellowstone Science, a 4-credit course that gives students an opportunity to live in Yellowstone National Park for a week while attending classes.
Ricciardelli brought up the need to better inform students of classes the college has to offer that are often cancelled due to low enrollment. Classes such as Introduction to Religion Philosophy and Fencing were among the list.

About Jesse Twitchell (15 Articles)
My name is Jesse Twitchell, and I was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I graduated high school in 2012, and shortly after, I started attending classes at Laramie County Community College. I’ve been a Multimedia major for the entire time I have attended this college. I took a break from school in 2014 when I joined the Wyoming Air National Guard, and attended training in Texas, Arkansas and Washington. My position in the Air Force is C-130 Loadmaster. I coordinate airdrops, as well as overseeing the on-loading and off-loading of our cargo aircraft. On my time off from work and school, I write music and play videogames. I do not have a favorite genre of music, however I mostly write acoustic songs on the guitar. I am looking forward to finishing my multimedia degree and moving on to the University of Wyoming to continue my education.

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