1:30 p.m., Feb. 11, 2013

Winds of change blow through student services

Here is a guide to who is who and how to reach them

As part of the campuswide reorganization changes have been made in all areas of student services at Laramie County Community College.

Three nonacademic support services—Disability Services, SAGE TRiO and the Testing Center—are moving to student services. Currently, searches are on their way for the new positions of director of athletics and campus recreation and student services business analyst.

Further, student services is working on developing a new advising model on campus and will request funding for it, Judy Hay, vice president of student services, said. The future model will concentrate on giving new students an adviser who will stay with them throughout their college careers. Professional advisers would be brought to campus, step-by-step, and added to the advising force in order to fulfill this vision.

“This holistic advising model would be implemented in spring 2014,” Hay said.

The changes in Campus Living and Learning will work to enhance wellness on campus for students, and enhance LCCC’s multicultural and international student experience.

The goal with the campus-wide reorganization is to make the students’ experience a great one at LCCC, Hay said.

Student Services Table