Laramie County Community College Board Retreat 2021 will discuss new programs, draft Strategic Plan

Clay Pathfinder Building at Laramie County Community College
Clay Pathfinder Building at Laramie County Community College(Mia Johnson)
Published: Aug. 5, 2021 at 6:11 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Laramie County Community College recently announced their annual Board Retreat for Fri., August the 13th. The Board will focus on dialogue to draft Strategic Plan and approving new student programs for the following year.

“Each year, the college Board of Trustees they engage in a retreat. They typically do it in August. It’s really an opportunity for the board to learn about some other things that are happening on campus, have more of a dialogue and discussion, versus a more traditional board meeting where it is more transactional - where business is being done,” said Lisa Trimble, Associate Vice President for LCCC.

New programs will be surfacing for student availability next school year. The Draft Strategic Plan is a long-term goal of what the Board and staff would like the college to accomplish over the next ten years.

“This particular retreat will focus on areas of the college’s new strategic plan, as well as, they will be taking action on a couple of new programs that we will bringing onto the college the Fall of 2022. We are approving them now so they can benefit students in the Fall of ‘22,” said Trimble.

The public is welcome to attend the Board Retreat, like every other Board Meeting.

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