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Registered students can still add online classes for B Block (B14) classes. The deadline is 5 p.m. Feb. 1.

Featured News

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News

  • LCCC Board announces February meetings

    The board will hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays, Feb. 3 and 17, in the Petersen Board Room. The board's Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the LCCC Administration Building's Administration and Finance Conference Room.

  • Laramie County Community College announces fall 2015 graduates and honor roll

    Laramie County Community College is proud to announce those students earning a place on the president's and vice president's honor rolls and the list of graduates for the fall semester of the 2015 academic school year.

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Featured Event

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Events

  • Men's Basketball vs. Otero - Feb. 6

    The game will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6 at the LCCC gymnasium.

  • Give Kids a Smile (Free Event) - Feb. 6

    Cheyenne dentists will provide free dental exams, cleanings, x-rays and fluoride to qualifying children from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6 at the LCCC Dental Hygiene Clinic. For details or to register a child, contact the Wyoming Delta Dental Foundation at 307.632.3313.

  • Sue Tirrell: Rural Route - Feb. 10

    The Sue Tirrell: Rural Route pottery and sculpture exhibit will be on display from Feb. 3 through March 3 in the Esther & John Clay Fine Arts Gallery.

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 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

  
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    Parking and Getting Around 

    Parking mapParking

    Parking will be allowed in all established parking lots, with the exception of:

    • Residence Hall parking lots-permit only

    • South-side of Auto Body

    • Any grass or dirt areas

    • Within any fenced area

    Parking maps are available in Student Services, the Library and at the Cashiers’ Offices. Parking is continually monitored to determine space availability during high impact times.

    Click on the map to the right for a larger view.

    Getting Around

    Visitors can  download and view a map of the campus  to help them locate places around campus. The map can be viewed on a person's smartphone or other mobile device.

    Measures to Deal with Colder Weather

    Crews dealt with cold, windy conditions recently as they continued work on the new Student Services/University Center and the Flexible Industrial Technology buildings. The following are some conditions crews have dealt with.

    •  If winds are greater than 25 mph, crane operations must shut down.

    •  The colder weather is requiring winter weather protection such as insulation blankets for concrete curing, and enclosing the building openings to keep heat inside.

     

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    Student Services & University Center 

    student services Jan. 29 

    The sun tries to peek through the clouds during a recent overcast and snowy day as crews work on the  Student Services/University Center. Ty Stockton/LCCC

    Latest information

    •  Note:  Only those who have business on the project construction sites are allowed on the sites (behind the fence). They’re required by safety regulations to check in with the contractor at the construction trailer. They’re also required to wear the necessary protective/safety gear, hard hats, reflective vests, etc.

    Completed this week:

       1. Installation of winter enclosure for slabs on deck-west

       2. Removal of winter enclosure Area B (east side) first floor

       3. Basement partition framing/door frame set

       4. Area B (east side) fourth-floor west mechanical, electrical and plumbing slab rough-ins

       5. Concrete pour on the west half of the third-floor deck slab

    • Miscellaneous structural steel detailing will continue until Feb. 12.

    • Removal of west winter enclosure will begin Feb. 8.

    • Basement overhead mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work is ongoing.

    • Concrete pour on the west half of the fourth-floor deck slab will begin Feb. 5.

    • Exterior metal stud framing for Area A (west side) will be ongoing.

    • Exterior metal stud framing for Area B (east side) will begin Feb. 8 and be ongoing.

    • Installation of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing hangers on the first-floor Area B (east side) will be completed by Feb. 12.

    • Installation of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing rough-in on the east half of the roof will be completed Feb. 12.

    • Basement equipment set up is ongoing.

    • Storm sewer laterals for the roof drains from building to main storm sewer lines will begin Feb. 10.

    Project Cost/Details

    •   The $30 million, 85,000-square-foot building is projected to open its doors in spring 2017

    •   The building will be home to several departments including Admissions, LCCC Bookstore, Student Records, Financial Aid, Counseling & Campus Wellness, Disability Services, Advising and Career Services and University of Wyoming Outreach. It will provide classroom, office and assembly space.

    •   The general contractor is FCI Constructors. 

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    Flexible Industrial Technology Building 

    Flex Tech Jan. 22 

    A view of the construction work on the new Flexible Industrial Technology building. Michael Smith/LCCC

    Latest Information

    •  Note: Only those who have business on the project construction sites are allowed on the sites (behind the fence). They’re required by safety regulations to check in with the contractor at the construction trailer. They're also required to wear the necessary protective/safety gear, hard hats, reflective vests, etc.

    •  Roofing on the east pod and lower roofs will begin Feb. 8.

    •  Exterior metal framing will be completed Feb. 12.

    •  Insulation of interior walls will begin Feb. 3.

    •  Interior framing on the east pod will be completed by Feb. 12.

    •  Interior wall rough-in will be completed by Feb. 25.

    •  Installation of sheetrock on the south pod mezzanine will be completed Feb. 12.

    •  Installation of sheetrock on the north pod mezzanine will be completed Feb. 9.

    •  Sheetrock finishing will begin Feb. 15.

    •  Mechanical installation on the north and south pods is ongoing.

    •  Installation of aluminum windows is ongoing.

    •  Installation of exterior plywood is ongoing.

    •  Set transformer/gear will begin Feb. 8.

    •  Installation of metal wall panels is ongoing.

    •  Painting will begin Feb. 22.

    •  Installation of exterior rigid insulation and air barrier are intermittent, depending on weather.

    •  Installation of exterior brick will begin March 1.

    •  Installation of hydronic lines will begin March 14. 

    •  Site concrete and paving will begin March 15.

    Project Cost/Details

    •   The $16 million, 46,000-square-foot building is projected to open in fall 2016.

    •   The new building will be home to Diesel Technology, Engineering Technology, expanded Welding Fabrication program, Construction Management, Process Technology and will provide room for expansion of other budding programs.

    •   The general contractor is FCI Constructors.

Construction map

Learn more about the construction on LCCC's new Flexible Industrial Technology and Student Services & University Center buildings.  


Spotlights

LCCC EXPERIENCE

See what it’s like to be an LCCC student, firsthand from the perspective of the students.

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I like that LCCC gives you a variety of opportunities as an ag student for hands-on learning.

Cara Carper,  Freshman, Agriculture: Business

The Health Sciences programs at LCCC are phenomenal. The faculty at LCCC makes me want to succeed.

Lea Bettolo,  Sophomore, Surgical Technology

Everyone at LCCC from the faculty to the staff cares about your academic needs.

Jackson Gallegos,  Freshman, Education

I really like the diversity here. We have a large traditional student population but we also have nontraditional and foreign exchange students.

Kati Sanford,  Freshman, Accounting

I like how involved you can get on campus. As a student ambassador I'm able to help other students.

Blair Durham,  Freshman, Pre-Pharmacy

LCCC’s education program was the reason I decided to attend. I also like how my teachers are so supportive.

Melanie Gribble,  Freshman, Elementary Education

I’m glad I chose LCCC because I’m able to work on campus, live on campus and attend classes here.

Noah Cheshier,  Sophomore, Computer Information Systems

Explore LCCC In Pictures

 

Campus

Campus

Crews work on the new Flexible Industrial Technology Building. Photo by Mike Smith
Nursing students study in library

Nursing students study in library

Nursing students study for a test in the library. Michael Smith/LCCC
Fall colors

Fall colors

The sun peeks through aspen trees that are turning the colors of fall near Medicine Bow Peak. Michael Smith/LCCC
Night stars

Night stars

Stars in the night sky above Hog Park Reservoir in south central Wyoming in August. Michael Smith/LCCC
Haley Hasler speaks

Haley Hasler speaks

Artist Haley Hasler speaks with visitors about her painted self portraits during a reception at the Esther and John Clay Art Gallery earlier this month. Michael Smith/LCCC
Homecoming bonfire

Homecoming bonfire

Students gather round a bonfire during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
The color of fall

The color of fall

The sun illuminates a leaf on an aspen tree that is turning the colors of fall near Medicine Bow Peak. Michael Smith/LCCC
Campus construction

Campus construction

Horses gather in a field north of the construction site for the Flexible Industrial Technology Building on campus of Laramie County Community College Sept. 24, 2015. Michael Smith/LCCC
Fall season

Fall season

A view of the south entrance of Laramie County Community College looking through leaves changing colors for the fall season. Michael Smith/LCCC
Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo

Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo

A member of the Laramie County Community College rodeo team circles the arena with an American flag before the finals of the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
On the wire

On the wire

A dragonfly lands on some barbwire on campus earlier this month. Michael Smith/LCCC
Homecoming parade

Homecoming parade

Students and faculty gather walk in a parade during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC
Flexible Industrial Technology sunrise

Flexible Industrial Technology sunrise

A breathtaking sunrise serves as the backdrop for the Flexible Industrial Technology building. Ty Stockton/LCCC
LCCC spire sunrise

LCCC spire sunrise

A view of the new LCCC spire during a beautiful morning sunrise. Ty Stockton/LCCC
Student Services at sunset

Student Services at sunset

The Student Services & University Center is silhouetted against the sunset on Dec. 19. Ty Stockton/LCCC
Flexible Industrial Technology illuminated

Flexible Industrial Technology illuminated

Light illuminates the inside of the Flexible Industrial Technology building on Dec. 19. Ty Stockton/LCCC
Student Life

Student Life

LCCC student ambassadors. Photo by Ty Stockton
Student Life

Student Life

A student plays the flute during a recent performance. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves
Student Life

Student Life

Actors perform in "The Case of the Missing Hanky (Panky)" during a recent event at LCCC. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves
Student Life

Student Life

Goldie, LCCC's mascot, studies with a group of students. Photo by Ty Stockton
Learning

Learning

Students work in the birth simulation lab. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves
Learning

Learning

LCCC's equine studies program provides students with hands on experience in training and horse health care. Photo by Ty Stockton
Learning

Learning

Students graduating at the Spring 2015 Commencement. Photo by Ty Stockton
Learning

Learning

C.J. Box, award winning author and noted outdoorsman, speaks during the Spring 2015 Commencement. Photo by Ty Stockton
Learning

Learning

Students graduate from LCCC's nursing program recently. Photo by Ty Stockton
Learning

Learning

Students who participated in the Partnership Diploma Program Teamwork Challenge learned program solving, teamwork and other skills. Martha Thein, program manager, and Perianne Flowers, program assistant, organized the event.
Campus

Campus  Crews work on the new Flexible Industrial Technology Building. Photo by Mike Smith

Nursing students study in library

Nursing students study in library  Nursing students study for a test in the library. Michael Smith/LCCC

Fall colors

Fall colors  The sun peeks through aspen trees that are turning the colors of fall near Medicine Bow Peak. Michael Smith/LCCC

Night stars

Night stars  Stars in the night sky above Hog Park Reservoir in south central Wyoming in August. Michael Smith/LCCC

Haley Hasler speaks

Haley Hasler speaks  Artist Haley Hasler speaks with visitors about her painted self portraits during a reception at the Esther and John Clay Art Gallery earlier this month. Michael Smith/LCCC

Homecoming bonfire

Homecoming bonfire  Students gather round a bonfire during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

The color of fall

The color of fall  The sun illuminates a leaf on an aspen tree that is turning the colors of fall near Medicine Bow Peak. Michael Smith/LCCC

Campus construction

Campus construction  Horses gather in a field north of the construction site for the Flexible Industrial Technology Building on campus of Laramie County Community College Sept. 24, 2015. Michael Smith/LCCC

Fall season

Fall season  A view of the south entrance of Laramie County Community College looking through leaves changing colors for the fall season. Michael Smith/LCCC

Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo

Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo  A member of the Laramie County Community College rodeo team circles the arena with an American flag before the finals of the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

On the wire

On the wire  A dragonfly lands on some barbwire on campus earlier this month. Michael Smith/LCCC

Homecoming parade

Homecoming parade  Students and faculty gather walk in a parade during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

Flexible Industrial Technology sunrise

Flexible Industrial Technology sunrise  A breathtaking sunrise serves as the backdrop for the Flexible Industrial Technology building. Ty Stockton/LCCC

LCCC spire sunrise

LCCC spire sunrise  A view of the new LCCC spire during a beautiful morning sunrise. Ty Stockton/LCCC

Student Services at sunset

Student Services at sunset  The Student Services & University Center is silhouetted against the sunset on Dec. 19. Ty Stockton/LCCC

Flexible Industrial Technology illuminated

Flexible Industrial Technology illuminated  Light illuminates the inside of the Flexible Industrial Technology building on Dec. 19. Ty Stockton/LCCC

Student Life

Student Life  LCCC student ambassadors. Photo by Ty Stockton

Student Life

Student Life  A student plays the flute during a recent performance. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves

Student Life

Student Life  Actors perform in "The Case of the Missing Hanky (Panky)" during a recent event at LCCC. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves

Student Life

Student Life  Goldie, LCCC's mascot, studies with a group of students. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning

Learning  Students work in the birth simulation lab. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves

Learning

Learning  LCCC's equine studies program provides students with hands on experience in training and horse health care. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning

Learning  Students graduating at the Spring 2015 Commencement. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning

Learning  C.J. Box, award winning author and noted outdoorsman, speaks during the Spring 2015 Commencement. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning

Learning  Students graduate from LCCC's nursing program recently. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning

Learning  Students who participated in the Partnership Diploma Program Teamwork Challenge learned program solving, teamwork and other skills. Martha Thein, program manager, and Perianne Flowers, program assistant, organized the event.

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