Men’s soccer coach named interim director of Athletics and Campus Recreation

The Golden Eagles men’s soccer coach Vince Gibson has agreed to serve as the Interim director of Athletics and Campus Recreation for the rest of the spring while LCCC looks for someone to fill the position. The announcement was made in a campus wide email by Judy Hay, vice president of Student Services. Gibson has

Phi Theta Kappa supports the troops

  Phi Theta Kappa at Laramie County Community College has been working on a service project for Veterans. Phi Theta Kappa had teamed up with Student Veterans of America to give care packages and letters to the men and women in the National Guard who are recently deployed.   The food items that were donated

Sodexo takes precautions to ensure food safety

The Cheyenne- Laramie County Health Department is wanting employees to know basic food safety guidelines. Sodexo Manager Kennith Coder explained some health safety guide lines his staff performs everyday to be successful at Laramie County Community College.   “There are health and safety modules that people do online, that are through the company. Employees can

Podcast: Interview with LCCC AVP Lisa Trimble

Lisa Trimble is now the permanent Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Laramie County Community College. Trimble has been the interim AVP since Jan. 2017. The AVP is the executive director of the LCCC Foundation and looks over public relations and marketing of the college. Below Trimble discusses in an interview how she plans

Harris shares gardening experience with students

  Small towns, such as Paola, Kansas, can grow amazing things. Clark Harris, the Vice President of Academic Affairs, grew up in Paola, where he started out helping his dad with their vegetable garden. Soon after the garden became Harris’s where he sold the vegetables to markets and grocery stores. Harris is now a resident

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

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,

Out with D2L, in with Canvas

In 2018 Laramie County Community College will welcome a new learning management system called Canvas, which will replace Desire2Learn. This new project has already been implemented into some grade schools and colleges across the state, including the University of Wyoming. The Albany County Campus library assistant Steve Yeager said that when he was a student


Laramie County Community College has eliminated the STATWAY sequence of developmental math courses. Elhadji Gaye, a mathematics instructor at LCCC, said in an email to the college staff that the pathway was cut due to low enrollment. Gaye also said that the full STATWAY sequence was only offered once. “We’ve confirmed that students will not

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

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