The Colorado Community College System Chancellor Joe Garcia announced Dr. Rosana Reyes as the next president of Lamar Community College.
Lamar Community College launched a Ranch Horse Team this fall, the newest addition to its growing list of extracurricular opportunities at the college.
The Colorado Community College System Chancellor Joe Garcia announced three finalists in the Lamar Community College presidential search.
In all, 209 LCC students earned 3.5 Grade Point Averages (GPA) or better, with 128 of those named to the President's List for achieving a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Lamar Community College's (LCC) will hold Explore Renewable Energy Technologies Day
Thursday, June 2 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
This will be a full day of hands-on activities and quick trips to explore training and careers in both wind and solar generation.
The event will be held at the LCC Career & Technical Education (CTE) Building, 2401 S Main Street, in Lamar, and is open to anyone interested in looking into training and careers in renewable energy technologies.
Lamar Community College (LCC) recognized their 2022 graduates during the college's 83rd Annual Commencement Ceremony May 7 at the LCC Wellness Center's Lopes Gymnasium.
The first two speakers of the ceremony included LCC Student Body President Maddie Thompson and student Aliana Gutierrez. Thompson and Gutierrez were noted for their many personal and school-wide accomplishments at LCC, and both are members of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society.
The commencement address was powerfully delivered by LCC graduate and current LCC professor Mittie Helm.
Colorado Community College System (CCCS) celebrated its fourth annual Commitment to Excellence Awards ceremony, honoring 54 employees across the state, including four from Lamar Community College.
Lamar Community College is offering real-life equine experience and education to students through new Rodeo Coach TJ Watts.
Lamar Community College is currently accepting nominations for its 2022 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
Lamar Community College (LCC) president, Dr. Linda Lujan, announced she will step down December 31, 2022.