Our online learning software called ANGEL is ending. Starting this summer, online classes will be taken through Desire2Learn, or D2L.
Laramie County Community College is a leader in online education. We offer flexible, convenient, quality-designed online courses, compressed video courses and hybrid courses. Or complete your educational goals entirely at a distance by earning an associate degree online. To take online courses at LCCC, you must first apply to the college
A lot of factors can determine whether taking online classes are a good choice for you. Some of those factors include time management, computer skills and learning style. Please take a moment to take our surveys and find out if you and online classes are a good fit!
For a list of online degrees, go to the Academics
page and sort by "online."
In addition to general tuition and fees, online students also pay $10 per credit hour in online course fees. Additionally, online students may have to pay for proctored exams, which vary in cost. Some instructors and programs require that all online students completing examinations and/or quizzes go to an approved proctored exam site (for example: another college, military education center, etc.). At these sites, students must show identification and be timed and observed while taking the examination/quiz. LCCC does not charge a fee for proctoring; however some colleges and other intuitions that serve as a proctoring site may charge a fee. Be sure to ask before you schedule an exam so that you will not be surprised when you arrive at the exam site.