September 2017 security report

April 21 Incident report Campus Safety completed an incident report in which an individual reported having found scratch marks on their vehicle which had been parked in Lot M on April 19.   April 21 Fire alarm A student left an electric skillet plugged into electricity in his residence hall room. The fire alarm was

Louisiana native finding solace, fellowship within the cowboy state

Laramie County Community College offers a diverse community for a person to engage in. Booming with students between the ages 18 and 65, and faculty from all corners of the world and walks of life, LCCC is a place to get a degree, work and make new friends. Freshman Courtney Williams has found a new

SGA to fill 11 spots this Fall

The Student Government Association elections were held between 8 a.m. Monday and 5 p.m. Friday last week. The senate will be filling 11 positions for this election. Students can place their votes on EaglesEye. According to Student Life coordinator Zeke Sorenson, four students will be elected from each school at Laramie County Community College. The

Ag. students raising money through showmanship contest

The second Laramie County Community College Best on Campus Livestock showmanship contest is planned for 6 p.m. Sept. 21 at the Arena. The event is open to faculty, staff and students. Nominations for entry into the contest run at a $10 fee with a stipulation of one nomination per person. Money from nominations will go

LCCC hires new director of student planning and success

Earlier this month, Laramie County Community College hired a new director of student planning and success. Stephen Crynes, the new hire, now leads the Advising Center, TRIO and the Career Center. Crynes most recently worked at the University of Oklahoma, where he worked with students who hadn’t yet decided on a major or hadn’t declared

President hopes to transform campus from a commuter to a residential

Laramie County Community College will potentially move away from being a commuter campus to a residential campus. The Capital Campaign, if passed, will give the college the necessary funds to build a new residence hall. According to LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer, the campus has 4,000 to 5,000 students on and off campus everyday, but

RAC renovations have potential to increase enrollment, athletic director said

Laramie County Community College recently launched a campaign favoring renovation/construction projects for the student dorms, the Recreation and Athletics Complex, and the Fine Arts building. LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer said while the student dorms will require the construction of a new building, the RAC needs renovating because the building is old. “It’s just an

Voters to decide on Capital Campaign and fate of Fine Arts renovations

This November, voters will decide the fate of Laramie County Community College’s plan to renovate its western Fine Arts building and the addition of a new performance hall. LCCC has hired architectural firm Semple Brown to conduct a feasibility study, which will determine if the renovations are even possible based on the total cost of

LCCC welcomes 22 new staff members

What is your name/title? Tracy Larson: Nursing instructor, certified medical-surgical registered nurse Cyrus Saatsaz: Mass media and Multimedia instructor Beth Anne Hawkey: Nursing instructor Melissa Adkins: Math instructor Russell Johnson: Math instructor Amy J. Pilcher: Accounting instructor Minden Fox: Marketing and Business instructor Joshua Schmerge: Zoology and Biology instructor Steve Hrkach (pronounced her’kosh): Wind Energy

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