On March 28, the Laramie County Community College Student Government Association hosted a student forum where students shared their concerns and experiences with the college to SGA and the administration. The biggest concern many students shared was the lack of parking and if any new parking would be added in the near future.
The October meeting of the Laramie County Community College Student Government Association (SGA) was held Tuesday, Oct. 2 in the SGA conference room in the Crossroads building. In attendance were Vice President of Student Services Judy Hay, LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer and 13 SGA officers and senators. Hay talked about what improvements were
Laramie County Community College’s Student Government Association is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 Academic Year from all schools. Any student who exhibits leadership skills is encouraged to apply. SGA senators have the opportunity to be the voice of the student body by exploring student concerns and working with college administration to improve the student
The Student Open Forum will be at 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, in the College Community Center Student Lounge. This forum is put on by the Student Government Association each year for students to voice their concerns to the college administration, as well as the president of the college. At this
The Laramie County Community College Student Government Association this month gave an update on a new scholarship they have been working on for future leadership students. Currently, the SGA is fundraising to get the scholarship on its feet and multiple members have committed a portion of their stipends to assist the fundraising process. The scholarship
The LCCC student government was joined by Student Veterans of America representative Chris Runnels, who will be attending SGA meetings regularly to give input on what his organization is doing around campus. Runnels spoke on how SVA got approved to conduct a portion of orientation around campus to discuss veteran benefits and protocols for new
The Laramie County Community College Student Government Association (SGA) this month spoke on many items, including legislation for funding construction, along with a potential $30 million in legislation for the Residence hall. LCCC is looking for potential partnerships in Laramie to help acquire part, if not all, of WyoTech. It is still being assessed whether
The Laramie County Community College Student Government Association’s staff has had a rocky start this year with two resignations, an impeachment case and a new addition to the senate. Sebastian Houston stepped down from the vice presidency on Oct. 17, with Constance Woolhether stepping up from her secretary position to fill the position on Nov.
With the beginning of the new year at Laramie County Community College and the Student Government Association, students elected President Chris Smith and Vice President Sebastian Houston to represent them. SGA President Chris Smith said this is his second year on the Student Government Association here at Laramie County Community College. Last year, Smith was
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