The Giving Tree program brings good tidings to children of LCCC students

The Giving Tree is an organization that helps children of LCCC students receive gifts from the campus community and citizens of Cheyenne. The deadline for students to sign their children up is Friday, Dec. 8 There are a total of 59 stars signed for the program but unfortunately 24 stars have been claimed for a

Donations welcome for Phi Theta Kappa’s care package to National Guard

Phi Theta Kappa of Laramie County Community College is partnering with the Student Veterans of America for a service project that will send care packages and letters to service members of the National Guard here in Cheyenne that were recently deployed. There are three types of items needed. Food: anything that cannot melt, hard candy,

Don’t fear the flu shot

When the year transitions into fall and winter, people get flu shots so they don’t get sick. Students can get flu shots at the Wyoming Department of Health and local pharmacies. Laramie County Community College is not offering flu shots due to budget cuts and lack of donations. “Prices have not changed since last year,

Dental Hygiene Program to hold fundraiser

The Dental Hygiene program is selling poinsettias, Christmas cactus’ and succulent plants this holiday season in a fundraiser to support its pinning ceremony. The flowers that are being sold are from Fun Services in Colorado. Sizes vary from poinsettias, either 6 ½” inches or 8 ½” inches potted and wrapped; 6” inches for perennial Christmas

LCCC student wins POWER UP Retro Renegade Sweepstakes

A student from Laramie County Community College won the POWER UP Retro Renegade sweepstakes from the Retro Renegade National Prize Sweepstakes. Sierra Hennelly, feature editor of Wingspan, was selected as one of 23 winners. POWER UP is a feature in Sodexo’s more than 600 college and university campuses. It is a promotion for students interested

LCCC Hosts Substance Use Awareness Week

Laramie County Community College is hosting numerous substance abuse workshops There will be a couple of workshops within campus involving awareness and understanding on the difference between habits and addictions. The Substance Use Awareness Week workshops will be hosted by LCCC’s Student Life, Counseling and Campus Wellness, and Campus Activities Board. The guest speakers will

QPR suicide prevention/intervention training session to be held at LCCC

A two hour session about QPR training for suicide prevention/intervention will take place Friday, Oct. 27 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Laramie County Community College Center of Conferences and Institutes building in room 121.   With training, LCCC employees can become Certified Gatekeepers. To register, contact Amanda Brown at ambrown@lccc.wy.edu (307-778-4308) or

How to Dress for Success Event

Laramie County Community College, United Way of Laramie County, Emerging Leaders – United Way and Cheyenne Professional Network are hosting the career event, How to Dress for Success…for Less. The event is held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24th at the Pathfinder Building in the ANB Bank Leadership Center room 108.

NAACP Annual Freedom Fund Banquet

The NAACP Annual Freedom Fund banquet is being hosted by University of Wyoming Inaugural Chief Diversity Officer Emily A. Monago, Ph.D. The event is about providing diversity education to students. The reception starts at 5:30 p.m., and dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 21at the Radisson Hotel in Cheyenne. Tickets are

LCCC FAFSA application and completion rate rise

Laramie County Community College received a grant from the National College Access Network. LCCC received the grant for being the only two-year institution to increasing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The application and completion rates of FAFSA have been raised by at least 5 percent. LCCC and Laramie County School District 1 joined

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