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Application for the Associates of Applied Science Degree in Surgical Technology


Program applications for Fall 2021 are now available for download. The Surgical Technology program has a rolling admissions policy. Applications will be accepted after January 2, 2021.  Student acceptance will begin May 14, 2021. All applications received after May 14, 2021 will be reviewed as long as space is available. The last day that applications will be accepted for the 2021-2022 program is July 30, 2021. 

All Pass or Satisfactory grades earned in Spring 2020 (using a Pass/Fail or Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grade scale) will still be considered for admission to the program. Each course affected will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and will still be subject to Laramie County Community College's Transfer Grade policies. If you have questions, please contact the Program Director or Advisor for the program.

Application Process


Apply to Laramie County Community College.

Students need to complete all required prerequisites with a grade of "C" or better and submit unofficial transcripts with the program application. Transfer students need to submit official transcripts to apply for general admission to LCCC.

Students need to obtain two completed Reference Forms (included in the application packet); one from a former employer/supervisor and one from an instructor. These are to be returned to the program director under separate cover by the individual completing the form.

Reference letters can be addressed to:

Surgical Technology Program Director
Laramie County Community College
1400 East College Drive
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Complete the Surgical Technology Program Application questions and submit with application.  Review and sign the Requirements of the Profession of Surgical Technology Form and the Addendum to Admission Application and submit with application.

Conditionally accepted applicants are required to submit a pre-clinical urine drug screen and a criminal background check via American Data Bank. The drug screen and background check are completed at the student's expense. Students are advised that the inability to gain clinical education experiences can result in the inability to meet program objectives and outcomes. These circumstances may prevent final acceptance into and/or progression through the program, and may ultimately result in dismissal from the program. The acceptance letter will contain further information and due dates. Students can view the HSW School Policy for more information.

Begin the immunization process

Hepatitis B Process: Receive the first Hepatitis B injection. One month later, receive the second Hepatitis B injection. Five months later, receive the third Hepatitis B injection.

Rubella/Rubeola/Mumps Process: Verify two doses of the MMR vaccine or have the titers drawn. If immunity isn't indicated by the titers, then students must either start the two-dose series or have a booster and another MMR titer drawn in six weeks.

Varicella Process: Verify two doses of the varicella vaccine or have the titer drawn to verify immunity. Having had the Chicken Pox disease, doesn't mean students have immunity.

PPD: All students are required to obtain a two-step TB (PPD) skin test and update it annually.

Other: A current tetanus booster (within 10 years), Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers and an annual flu shot

Note: If students have had two titers drawn for these immunizations and they are still not immune, then students are exempt from any further attempts to become immune. Students should keep all copies of their immunizations for their records. Any student found out of compliance with these responsibilities will be sent home from clinical and may be dismissed from the program.

Applications for the CST Degree Completion or Accelerated/Alternate Delivery Program, can be found on their respective webpages.