Spring 2019 Graduation Statistics

The Laramie County Community College faculty received high praise from the school registrar for completing the on-time submissions of Spring 2019 grades, ninety-nine-point nine percent of all grades were submitted within one hour of the submission deadline. The efforts of the faculty greatly contribute to the students being able to meet their needs to plan on returning to LCCC or moving on to another adventure.

The numbers for the spring semester are:
Conferred 431 credentials to 391 students
Academic Standing which includes:
President’s Honor Roll – 326 students
Vice President’s Honor Roll – 150 students
Interstate Passports – 39 students
General Education Transfer Block – 117 students
Interstate Passport and General Education Transfer Block – 11 students received both transcript notations
Probation – 228 students and 121 students suspended.

The chart above shows the increase in graduation from the 2014-15 school year to 2018-19 school year. Guided Pathways program has benefited graduation rate by keeping students on track. Compared to national rankings we are about average for the percentage of graduates.

Mark Perkins the Director of Institutional Research found that older students will complete their program because they are more mature and organized.
The more students who graduate also increases enrollment. The students will also be graduated because the school and instructors are behind them and they feel a part of the school.

About Tec Morning Star (17 Articles)
Tec Morning Star Bio Before starting his writing career, Tecumapese Morning Star, Tec to his friends, is retire 20-year Navy veteran having served on various ships and stations. After serving in the Navy Morning Star became an elementary school librarian and teacher. After leaving the education field, he worked in the fast food industry, the hospitality industry and the retail industry. Morning Star is a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature. He has a diploma for writing for Children from the Stratford Career Institute and has a diploma in freelance writing from the Penn Foster Distant Learning Center. Morning Star has one son, and three grandchildren. In his free time Morning Star said he practices and teaches karate. He holds the rank of Soke, tenth degree black belt. He also has a Doctor of Philosophy in Martial Arts and Sciences. He also holds a third and fourth degree ranks in two other Martial Arts styles. Morning Star recently competed in an international karate tournament in Perez Zeledon, Costa Rica and placed first in his age group in kata or forms competition. Morning Star also plays saxophone in a local community wind symphony. Morning Star said he also likes to travel. His favorite places to visit are Prague, Czech Republic and Costa Rica. Morning Star and his family are of Native American Shawnee decent and enrolled members of the Appalachian Shawnee Tribe.

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