Fine Arts renovations still under consideration for Board of Trustees

Discussion was heavily focused around the Fine Arts Building renovation at the Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday, April 11, in Laramie. President Dr. Joe Shaffer and the board members explored which avenues of fundraising to take, as well as what their timeline would be to accomplish this task. During the legislative

Wyoming’s ability to adapt to the future discussed by board members

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees meeting on March 21 covered everything from future technologies to enrollment strategies. There were, however, a few important conversations over future technologies, legislation concerning Wyoming Community Colleges, WyoTech’s future, Guided Pathways and strategies to increase enrollment. President Dr. Joe Schaffer shared what he learned on his trip

Board of Trustees meeting Jan. 24, 2018

Board of Trustees Meeting Jan. 24, 2018 During the Jan. 24 Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees meeting, the Trustees discussed the strategic plan and approved Crossroads renovations. Brady Hammond, Associate Vice President of the Albany County Campus, informed the board of a long-term strategic plan they’re working on. Director of Campus Operations of

With no bond, trustees plan next step

Laramie County Community College sought a $29.8 million bond in this past election for renovations and projects on campus; however, the bond failed. This bond would have helped LCCC achieve and finish the Strategic Plan by 2020. This plan included renovations of the Fine Arts building, construction of a performance hall, renovations and expansion of

Post Capital Campaign Election Results Interviews

Wingspan hosted a full election broadcast coverage of the Capital Campaign Elections results at 8 p.m. MT on spectrum 191 in Laramie County on Nov. 8th. We interviewed President Dr. Joe Schaffer, Board Chair of Trustees, Carol Merrell, and the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, Daniel Powell on their reactions to the

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