Handbook & Policies

As a member of the campus community, it is each student’s right and responsibility to be informed. The Student Handbook contains the following documents, which are just a few of the reports, policies and procedures pertaining to student rights and responsibilities:
 
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PDF version: Student Handbook

Student Rights and Responsibilities
Annual Campus Security Reports
Graduation and Persistence Rates
• Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention information
• Sexual harassment and sexual assault policy and procedures
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) procedure
• Student grievance procedures

These materials also are located in the Student Life Office or the Vice President of Student Services Office.
 
Laramie County Community College has established expectations designed to maximize the learning environment on campus. All members of the college community are expected to approach their academic endeavors, relationships, and personal responsibilities with a vigorous commitment to the pursuit of free expression and inquiry, integrity, civility, appreciation for diversity, and respect for self and others.

Diversity Statement 

Each student enrolling in the college assumes an obligation as a responsible member of the college community to demonstrate conduct compatible with the college’s mission as an educational institution.
 
Laramie County Community College defines diversity as that quality of its physical, social, cultural and intellectual environment that embraces the rich differences within the multiplicity of human expression and characteristics, including but not limited to: age; culture; ethnicity; gender identification and presentation; health status; language and linguistic ability; life experiences; nationality; political viewpoints; race; religion; sexual orientation; socioeconomic status; veteran status; and mobility, sensory or perceptual ability. Diversity is a key to excellence in education. Laramie County Community College is committed to enriching the lives of its students, faculty, staff and community by providing a diverse campus where the safe exchange of ideas, knowledge and perspectives is an active part of learning.