2015-16 budget proposed without salary increases
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.
ACC moves forward
The Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College is finally moving forward with its Building Forward.
- Rodeo team places at CSU
- Montana State signs Golden Eagle
- LCCC men's basketball members receive honors
- Golden Eagles women's soccer assistant coach
- Rodeo men and women take seventh
- Eagle's dominate tournament with half team
- Volleyball sophmore signed
to Vanguard University
- LCCC's rodeo team places in first competition
- LCCC's western horse team second overall
- Sports home
- ACC moves forward
- Flu shots: Safety, effectiveness, regulations in question
- Wyoming death penalty lives on
- Prepare to share the road
- SGA elections approaching
- Windsmiths involve students
with the community
- LCCC namesake dies
- Union Pacific Business series
to benefit students
- International travel policy:
Student's behavior responsibility of student
- SFAC reviews club budget requests
- Holocaust survivor to speak at LCCC
- New arts and humantities dean announced
- SGA takes a stand
- VP of academic affairs moves into final round
- Don't just survive, thrive with workshops
at the Laramie County Library
- News home
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.