TRIO, a student support services program, is asking for donations that would supply students with planners who do not qualify for Operation Back to School/Needs. Unable to directly purchase items for students, TRIO is an organization that is donation-based and would appreciate anyone willing to donate for this cause. Contact Lisa Taylor at 778-4361 or
The former Student Services building, now called the Crossroads building, will be remodeled in the next academic year. Feedback is welcome from students and staff on ideas for amenities such as spaces for students to talk and study together, areas for quiet study, an area for students to hang out in between classes, and offices
There will be a Student Involvement and Part-time Jobs fair from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 7, at the Pathfinder building. This event will have information about student organizations and employment opportunities on campus. There will also be opportunities to learn about part-time employment opportunities in Cheyenne.
Maura Hadaway has accepted the position as the new associate dean of the Ludden Library and Learning Commons. According to Terry Harper, former interim vice president of Academic Affairs, Hadaway’s few months as interim dean demonstrated, “the ability to move the library into the future.” Harper also recognized Hadaway’s skills in building a relationship with
The Laramie County Community College Student Athlete Advisory Committee and Athletic Department are reaching out to the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston. Athletes are accepting donations of youth clothing, socks, diaper/wipes, baby formula/food/bottles, toiletries, paper goods, ready-to-eat nonperishable food, pet food, cat litter, baby animal formula, blankets/pillows, power strips and cell phone chargers. All
Laramie County Community College won’t face budget cuts again for fiscal year 2018. During the May 10 board meeting, Vice President of Administration and Finance Rick Johnson presented a tight but balanced budget. “I’d have to say it’s down $2 million,” Johnson said. However, Johnson said the budget is balanced and the college can afford