Trustees consider employee residency requirement

The Board of Trustees is examining a new policy that would require certain managerial employees of Laramie County Community College to live in either Laramie or Albany counties. During the Feb. 20 Board of Trustees meeting, chairman Jess Ketcham, Human Resources director Tammy Mass, and Tara Nethercott, the college’s legal counsel, presented the first draft

Pathways open options for students

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees approved the creation of new pathways for students that pertain  to their education and their field of study. LCCC is going to change the way students see their majors by helping them navigate and create opportunities for future students by organizing all majors into seven pathways, which

Trustees rename two areas in new library

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees unanimously voted for the naming of two areas in the newly renovated Ludden Library. In 2017, Platte Valley Bank gifted the LCCC Foundation a monetary donation to help support the renovation and expansion of the library. The intent was to assist the Foundation in its efforts to

Board of Trustees chairman to not return after his four-year term

Current Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees Chair Bradley Barker III will be wrapping up his four-year term as a trustee in November. Barker was initially elected to the board in 2014 after several years working as an admissions representative for LCCC. Barker said he had a close friendship with former vice chairman of

All trustees candidates support one-mill levy for college

LCCC hosted an election forum for the LCCC Board of Trustees candidates on Oct. 2, presented by Wingspan, the Cheyenne League of Women Voters and the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.  There are six candidates vying for three seats up for election. The five candidates in attendance at the forum were Edwin Avery, Harmon “Bud” Davis II,

Board of Trustees approve 2018-2019 one mill levy, review graduate statistics

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees approved the reauthorization of the one mill levy at the June 20 meeting. The levy, estimated at just over $1.4 million for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, is authorized by a state statute that allows Community College District Boards to receive funds that provide assistance to the college

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