Mountain Living and Playing
The Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College is nestled in the Laramie Valley between the Medicine Bow National Forest and the Snowy Mountain Range of southeastern Wyoming.
Our students are afforded the opportunity for amazing skiing, secluded hiking, world-class rock climbing and mountain biking, all in their own backyard.
Laramie is the home of the University of Wyoming
, the only NCAA Division I college teams in the state. The University of Wyoming offers a wide variety of cultural events including concerts, plays, art exhibits and enrichment opportunities.
For those looking to expand their boundaries, Laramie is located only 45 minutes from the Wyoming state capital of Cheyenne, as well as the culturally rich city of Fort Collins, Colo. For those seeking big city life, Denver, Colo., is located approximately two hours away.
Clubs and Organizations
Campus activities, scholarship opportunities, volunteer activities, community service opportunities, provides the chance to meet and network with other students while representing the Albany County Campus of LCCC.
Across Cultures Club
Provides culturally diverse opportunities for involvement on ACC, works closely with Student Govt. while representing our campus’s diverse student population, international holiday celebrations, opportunity to build social networks, campus activity involvement opportunities as well as community service opportunities.
Phi Theta Kappa
This organization is an honors society for two year college institutions. Membership is by invitation only, and is based upon academic achievement.
The Literary Magazine is a group of students that publish an online journal invoking thought within academia and amongst the community. They publish an online journal every semester.