2015-16 budget proposed without salary increases

President Joe Schaffer

Precision planning:

President Dr. Joe Schaffer presents the fiscal year 2015-2016 budget at the April 15, 2015, Board of Trustees' meeting.

Photo by Jessica Dawkins.

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees, holding its first reading of the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget during its April 15 board meeting, heard a proposal of a “flat budget” of approximately $118.5 million.

However, ex officio trustee, Butch Keadle, representing the Albany County Campus, questioned the lack of a compensation package for staff and faculty.

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ACC moves forward

The Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College is finally moving forward with its Building Forward.

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LCCC's Career Center hosts month of opportunities

Laramie County Community College’s Career Center is in full swing for its first big Career Fair in five years.

The center will provide a Career Month full of career development and job-seeking skills. The center partnered with Wyoming Department of Workforce Services to host the Spring Career Fair, which will take place from 10 a.m.-noon for veterans and from 1-4 p.m. for the general public on Wednesday, April 22, in the multipurpose gym on campus.

Past Career Fairs presented by the Career Center were mini-events that generally focused on specific programs of study. But this time, the Career Center has expanded the fair to a month’s worth of helping students learn more about résumé writing, interview skills, branding and the Linkedin website, all to prepare for the main Career Fair on April 22.

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Current Events
April 16

Multicultural Fair: International Food Court
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Student Lounge

Union Pacific Business Series
7 p.m.
CCI Union Pacific Centennial Room

Spring Jazz Concert
7 p.m.
Cheyenne Civic Center

April 17

Last day to submit an application for senator to SGA

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