It Starts Here!
Who says you have to pay big money for a big education? At Laramie County Community College, you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck. You can live on campus in new, wireless residence halls, participate in an unprecedented number of student activities and work with the most up-to-date technology – all in a student-comes-first environment.
Talk to an Admissions Rep
Get the inside scoop on everything LCCC has to offer when you talk to one of our admissions representatives. Their expert advice will make the process a breeze. Contact our reps.
Take a Tour
Come visit us! Let us show you around our campus and provide you with information tailored to you! Learn more.
Apply for Admission
Now that you know LCCC is the school for you, you'll need to apply
Request official final high school or GED transcripts and official transcripts from each college attended. Official transcripts must be sent to LCCC for financial aid and graduation eligibility.
Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships
Paying for college might be easier than you think. LCCC offers a variety of financial options. If you plan to apply for scholarships or financial aid, you may pick up application forms for fall beginning in January. The priority deadline for financial aid is April 1. Learn more.
Apply for Housing
Four stories of cozy (and wireless!) suites ... all-the-amenities lounges with high-def TVs, a 7,000-square-foot commons area, computer lab and even a Smart classroom. If you intend to live on campus, submit the housing application. Apply early because spaces fill quickly. Learn more.
Take Placement Tests
If you have taken the ACT within the past year and your scores meet LCCC requirements (Reading: 20, English: 21, Math: 21), you may submit your ACT scores in lieu of completing the Academic Skills Assessment. If you do not have current ACT scores that meet LCCC requirements, we need to assess your skill level via Placement Testing. Learn more.
Meet with an Adviser
Work with an adviser for assistance in selecting your classes and major. Academic advising is mandatory for all new degree-seeking students, and students must meet with their adviser before registering for classes. Learn more.
Register for Classes
With more than 80 academic programs leading to an associate degree and more than 20 career programs offering certificates of completion, LCCC offers a lot of classes. Register online for classes at EaglesEye
or in person in the Student Records Office. Learn more.
Get familiar with campus at our new student orientations. Learn more.
- Find on-campus or off-campus employment and visit the Career Center to explore possible career choices and majors.
- Obtain a student ID card from Campus Living and Learning in the College Community Center.
- Stop by the library to register your student ID so you may check out material, renew books online, place items on hold, and request material from other libraries through interlibrary loan.
- Purchase textbooks and supplies at the Bookstore in the Student Services Building.
- If you are a student with a disability and want special accommodations, contact Disability Support Services.
- Pay your tuition, fees and/or room and board. We have a payment plan!
- Log on to EaglesEye immediately to change your password so no one else can access your account. Use EaglesEye to connect with instructors and classmates and to view your class schedules and grades.