Welcome to LCCC Athletics
Welcome to Laramie County Community College’s Intercollegiate Athletic Program and thank you for making LCCC your college of choice. LCCC’s instructors, staff and administration are dedicated to student success. This LCCC student-athlete handbook is designed to assist you as a student-athlete in orientation to policies and procedures and to help you meet your goals and achieve success while attending LCCC. Additional information concerning educational programs, degree requirements, course descriptions, student policies, financial assistance, support services, etc., can be found on the college website and in the student handbook at: http://lccc.wy.edu/Documents/Life/Handbooks_Policies/2016-17-Student-Handbook.pdf#search=student%20handbook
The LCCC athletic program offers competition in 7 intercollegiate sports, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, and men’s and women’s rodeo. The College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and competes in Region IX. Rodeo is a member of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA).
Laramie County Community College and the surrounding communities have created a strong tradition of competitive, successful student-athletes. For over the past 14 years student-athletes have achieved remarkable feats both on the field of play, in the arena and in the classroom. The LCCC Athletic Division prides itself on being a progressive and diverse division. The staff believes that success comes from hard work both on the field of play, in the arena, as well as in the classroom. Your academic success is our top priority and must be yours as a student-athlete.
We look forward to working with you as you begin your academic and athletic intercollege career as a Golden Eagle.
Laramie County Community College
Laramie County Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or other status protected by law, in its educational, extracurricular, athletic or other programs or in the context of employment. The College has a designated person to monitor compliance and to answer any questions regarding the College's non-discrimination policy. Please contact: Title IX and ADA Coordinator, Room 205B, Clay Pathfinder Building, 1400 E College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007, 307.778.1217, TitleIX_ADA@lccc.wy.edu
Golden Eagle Athletics Mission Statement
Laramie County Community College Athletics Division inspires champions today and prepares leaders for tomorrow by providing an environment of excellence to enable student-athletes to achieve their highest academic, athletic and personal aspirations. Our accomplishments will distinguish us from others, in turn benefiting the state of Wyoming, and bringing pride to our communities.
Our core values bring the Golden Eagle M.A.G.I.C to everything we do:
Based on the above mission statement and core values, the Division of Athletics operates under the following principles in pursuit of excellence in all endeavors:
To support student-athletes in achieving academic, athletic, and personal aspirations through the effective use of all financial, physical, and human resources. To identify and maintain a coaching staff committed to the best in athletic instruction, program management, support of academic mission, integrity, and possessing the ability to motivate, inspire and support the student-athlete.
To sponsor sport programs consistent with the WHSAA - Wyoming High School Athletic Association, the NJCAA, NIRA and Laramie County Community College; to produce athletic teams of regional and national championship caliber. This engrains pride into the College, our communities, and the State of Wyoming.
To adhere to the letter and spirit of the rules and regulations set forth by the Laramie County Community College, NJCAA, Region IX regulations, NIRA and all local, state, and federal laws. To adhere to the principles of equal opportunity in programs and employment.
To provide programs and training for the safety and welfare of all student-athletes, staff, spectators, and others related to Athletic activities and events. To exercise fiscal responsibility throughout the Athletics Division.
To positively and effectively communicate accomplishments, activities, and events that engage our constituents in active participation in response to our programs. To provide the opportunity and encourage service to the community.
To respect and appreciate the variety of constituents who have a stake in the success of our mission. To foster a positive relationship among those who have a stake in the success of our mission including but are not limited to:
The Student Body Colleagues
The College Community, Faculty and Staff Parents/Guardians
Alumni (including former Student-Athletes) Donors
Media Opponents, Guests
Athletic Code of Conduct
A student-athlete of Laramie County Community College (LCCC) is defined as any student with a 2.0 GPA, enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours, is of freshman or sophomore standing as defined by National Junior College Activities Association (NJCAA), National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) and participating on an athletic-activity team at LCCC.
LCCC athletes understand that:
- They are subject to the Colleges Code of Conduct (http://lccc.wy.edu/life/handbook/index.aspx) in addition to the Athletic Code of Conduct.
- Each student-athlete is considered an ambassador of the college. He/she represents the college to the public and therefore shall behave accordingly as to not bring shame, disrespect, or dishonor to themselves or to LCCC.
- Each student-athlete shall display good ethics and sportsmanship at all times while on and off campus. Good sportsmanship in the playing arena enhances the student-athlete’s image outside the arena.
- Each student-athlete should be a good citizen, showing concern for others, taking a leadership role to compete at the highest levels, and always endeavoring for victory with class, dignity and respect.
What are the expectations of an LCCC student/athlete?
To give 100% everyday both in the classroom in the arena and on the field of play
To be actively and positively engaged in your learning
To attend all classes
To complete all assignments on your own, to the best of your ability
To graduate from LCCC
To listen and learn both in the classroom, in the arena, and on the field of play
To support other LCCC intercollegiate athletic teams
To make responsible decisions everyday
Being a part of LCCC Athletics is a privilege, not a right. It is important that all student–athletes represent LCCC in a positive manner at all times. A student-athlete’s behavior is judged on campus, off campus, and in the different venues each respective sport travels to during the year.
Each student-athlete will be expected to conduct himself or herself as a responsible member of the educational community. The College and or athletic division may take disciplinary action for violations of the Athletic Code of Conduct occurring on or off campus, at College sponsored activities or in College vehicles.
All student-athletes will travel to and from a game or competition, with the entire team. Exceptions will be made for the Rodeo Team and only at the discretion of the head coach and/or Athletic Director.
A signed release will be required.
Below represents violations of the Athletic Code of Conduct:
- Alcohol/drug use, consumption or distribution by student-athletes is strictly prohibited. This includes traveling to or from and competing in an event. No purchasing or consumption of alcohol (regardless of age), or any illegal substance will be permitted.
- A student-athlete will not wear apparel that pertains to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or convey inappropriate, vulgar or profane messages during collegiate sponsored activities. The student-athlete will be asked to remove such articles and may forfeit the privilege of participating in that activity.
- Any sexual misconduct is prohibited while at a competition overnight. Any behavior which is detrimental to the individual student, team, athletic program, or to the college may result in an immediate release from the team and an immediate forfeit of any athletic scholarship awards. Refer to the College’s Code of Conduct.
- Nonviolent unsportsmanlike behavior. This behavior includes profanity, vulgar gestures, trash talk and loud or abusive language directed at players, coaches, contest officials and/or spectators
- Acts of violence or flagrant acts on or off campus, and during or related to an athletic contest are not permitted. A violent act is one which physical contact or an attempt to make physical contact occurs, the purpose of which is to damage, harm, intimidate, or otherwise injure a person or property.
- The taking of materials that are not your own is not permissible. Acts of theft will not be tolerated
- LCCC Athletics complies fully with all institution policies regarding academic integrity. If there is any question regarding what constitutes cheating or plagiarism please see your respective coach or instructor immediately.
- Social Media - While you attend school at LCCC, you may participate in these networks. However, you may not have any pictures or yourself or others in LCCC apparel on these pages when acting in a derogatory manner. You may also not have LCCC photos on the pages if there are additional derogatory photos on the page that do not involve LCCC students or staff. Negative comments on your pages about any LCCC students or staff will not be tolerated. If a LCCC employee finds you in violation of this policy, you will be subject to disciplinary actions.
Suspension of 7 days of competition to include a minimum of 1 contest. If the season is already over and there are no remaining contests, the penalty automatically transfers to the second season of competition. If the second season of competition is over the penalty automatically transfers to the 2nd offense for an infraction. Reinstatement of activities will only begin after the official conference with the Athletic Director. Student-athletes must participate in all practices during this suspension. The student-athlete will continue to remain under the Athletic Code while on suspension.
The student-athlete must meet with the administrator in charge of activities and/or the Director of Athletics at which time they will be suspended for 20% of the regular and or post season games starting with the next scheduled contest. The student-athlete may be required to enroll in a pre-approved drug/alcohol counseling program or behavior modification counseling program, and the potential loss of any athletic scholarship aid will be determined by the head coach and Athletic Director. The student-athlete may not practice until his/her coach has received notification from the Athletic Director.
If continued infractions of the athletic code occur, the student-athlete will be required to forfeit all rights to any athletic scholarship money, including room and board, tuition, fees, books, and will return all collegiate materials checked out to him/her. The student-athlete will also be responsible for all cost incurred (such as deposits and/or room and board fees) due to the athletic code violations.
In the event that a student-athlete feels he/she has been unjustly or unfairly treated he/she may request a hearing before the Athletic Director and Dean of Students.
Laramie County Community College Division of Athletics
Substance Abuse Policy for Student-Athletes
Laramie County Community College (LCCC) strongly believes that the use and abuse of illegal and/or banned drugs by a student-athlete:
- Is detrimental to the health and well-being of the student-athlete, both physically and psychologically.
- Interferes negatively with the academic performance of a student athlete.
- Is dangerous to the life and health of a student-athlete and his/her teammates during athletic competition and practice.
- Compromises the integrity and spirit of intercollegiate athletics.
Thus, the Division of Athletics’ drug testing policy is that the use and abuse of illegal and/or banned drugs will not be tolerated. There is no intent to intrude upon the private lives of student-athletes. LCCC recognizes the addictive results of illicit drug use, and will provide access to education, treatment, counseling, and rehabilitation for any student-athlete upon request.
NJCAA POSITION STATEMENT – SUBSTANCE USE AND ABUSE
The National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA) is the governing body of intercollegiate athletics for two-year colleges. As such, its programs are designed to meet the unique needs of a diverse group of student-athletes who come from both traditional and non-traditional backgrounds and whose purpose in selecting a two-year college may be as varied as their experiences before attending college.
Given their perspective, the NJCAA accepts its responsibility by seeking to provide a competitive environment that is free from drug and substance use and abuse in any form for the purpose of facilitating or enhancing athletics performance by any athlete engaged in competition that is sponsored by the NJCAA.
It is the position of the NJCAA to serve as a resource and referral agency for any athlete, coach or administrator who wishes to secure information relative to the effects, consequences and potential avenues of treatment for substance abuse; to coordinate the efforts of coaches and athletic administrators, in their efforts to serve as educational liaisons for those student-athletes wishing to further their athletic careers at four-year institutions, that are subject to drug testing procedures; and to continue to endorse and encourage efforts on the part of member institutions to educate their athletes to the implications of drug usage, in their lives beyond athletics.
It is a fundamental belief of the NJAA that athletic participation is a privilege and that those athletes who use illegal performance-enhancing and/or recreational drugs substantively violate that privilege. In response to any violations of this nature that occur and are detected in NJCAA sponsored events, continuation of rights and privileges of participation by the individual or the institution will be reviewed and revokes, as appropriate.
The NJCAA requires of its member institution the following:
- Development and implementation of an alcohol, tobacco, drugs and other controlled substances awareness education program for all members of intercollegiate athletic division staff and student-athletes.
- Development and distribution of an institutional policy statement relative to the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, drugs and other controlled substances. This policy statement should address participation and the expectations of the member institution for each intercollegiate athletic division, staff member and student-athlete standard of behavior.
- Development and implementation of a plan for referral, treatment and rehabilitation for all members of intercollegiate athletic division staff members and student-athletes with drug and/or alcohol related problems.
- By using various resources of individual institutions in response to institutional needs and demands, investigate the feasibility of a complete and comprehensive drug use and abuse screening program.
Substances banned for use by student-athletes competing in NJCAA sponsored events are those found on the NCAA list of banned drug classes. No substances belonging to the prohibited class may be used, regardless of whether it is specifically listed as an example by the NCAA.
- Education – To educate LCCC student-athletes about the problems associated with drug use and abuse.
- Detection of Abuse – To detect student-athletes who may be involved in substance use or abuse through testing methods.
- Treatment and Rehabilitation – To assist in providing access to the treatment and rehabilitation of a student-athlete who tests positive for drug use as part of this program, so that the student-athlete may safely and fully participate in academics and athletics and to reduce personal, family and social disruption.
- Discourage and Deter Drug Use – To discourage and deter the use of drugs by imposing significant sanctions on offenders.
- Promote the Health and Safety of Student-Athletes – To provide some level of assurance that every student-athlete participating in intercollegiate athletics is unimpaired by illegal or banned drugs.
DRUG TESTING PROGRAM
The head coach with the assistance of the Director of Athletics and the Head Athletic Trainer will inform student-athletes about this drug testing policy and this drug testing program. Student-athlete is defined as any LCCC student who is certified eligible to participate in varsity athletics. Consent to participate in this program shall be required as a prerequisite for participating in any LCCC intercollegiate athletics and/or receiving athletic financial aid.
Each student-athlete shall be subjected to testing as described in this policy. The program shall be conducted generally as described in Exhibit A. Day-to-day supervision and conduct of the program shall be the responsibility of the Director of Athletics, the Head Athletic Trainer, an appointed head coach(s), and the administrative assistant who are known as the “Drug Testing Program Committee”.
THREE COMPONANTS OF THE TESTING PROGRAM
- Mandatory Random Selection Testing – All student-athletes shall be subject to the possibility of unannounced random drug testing during the academic year. The LCCC Drug Testing Committee will determine the date and time during the academic year on which a student-athlete may be selected for testing. The student-athlete will be informed of the time of the mandatory test no longer than two hours before testing is to take place.
- Testing Based on Reasonable Suspicion – Information obtained by the Drug Testing Program Committee indicating “reasonable suspicion” of drug use by a student-athlete shall prompt the committee to require the student-athlete to submit to drug testing. Reasonable suspicion shall not mean a mere “hunch” or “intuition”, but shall instead by based upon a specific event or occurrence which has led to the reasonable belief that a student-athlete has used drugs banned by this policy and program. Any of the following criteria shall be sufficient on its own to constitute “reasonable suspicion”:
- Direct observation of drug use by a reliable informant.
- Direct observation by coaches, athletic trainers, or team physicians of physical and mental deficiency or medically indicated symptomology of drug use, aberrant conduct, or unexplained absenteeism.
- Common sense conclusion about observed or reliably described human behavior upon which practical people ordinarily rely
- Police or court determination that the student-athlete has used or possessed prohibited drugs, or frequented a site where drug use was occurring.
- A demonstrated history of use of prohibited drugs, either through prior legal convictions or prior positive tests for prohibited drugs through LCCC or any other reliable testing program.
- Voluntary Disclosure – A student-athlete may disclose use of a prohibited substance and avoid the LCCC first-time offender penalty by participating in the voluntary disclosure program. Disclosure will be made to the Director of Athletics for referral to counseling and/or rehabilitation. This option is available to a student-athlete on a one-time basis during his/her time at LCCC.
- If the pre-screening test results are positive, any costs associated with lab testing of positive results will be that of the student.
LCCC BANNED SUBSTANCES
Drugs banned by LCCC include all drugs listed in the NCAA Banned Drug Classes, which include Stimulants, Anabolic Agents, Diuretics, Street and Recreational Drugs, and Peptide Hormones and Analogues.
Nutritional supplements are not strictly regulated and may contain substances banned by LCCC and the NCAA. You will be subjected to the ramifications of the drug policy if you test positive for a substance listed in this policy regardless of the fact that you consumed the substance in the form of a nutritional supplement.
If you are currently, or at any time during your participation in LCCC athletics, prescribed a medication by someone other than a team physician that may be on the list of banned drugs, you must provide a letter to the LCCC Drug Testing Program Committee from the prescribing physician as soon as it is prescribed.
All student-athletes shall be asked to execute the Consent to Participate in Drug Testing Program form (Exhibit B). Consent to participate in this program is required as a prerequisite to participation in any intercollegiate athletics activity and/or receipt of athletic financial aid.
CONDUCT AND METHODOLOGY OF PROGRAM – CONFIDENTIALITY
The drug testing program shall generally conform to the procedures described in Exhibit A. A positive test will be defined as one that indicates concentration levels consistent with those established by the NCAA.
Drug test results shall be known only by the student-athlete, members of the Drug Testing Program Committee, individual head coach, counseling or rehabilitation program personnel, the Director of Athletics, the team physician, and other LCCC employees with a reasonable need to know.
All testing fees associated with a positive drug test will be the responsibility of the student-athlete.
The following actions/sanctions for a positive drug test established by LCCC are as follows. This will be in addition to a Code of Conduct violation.
First-Time Offender – Code of Conduct Violation #1
- LCCC Drug Testing Program Committee are informed.
- The student-athlete is encouraged to notify his/her parent(s), legal guardian(s) and/or spouse.
- The student-athlete enters a prescribed counseling program.
- The student-athlete will be randomly tested again after 30 days.
Second-Time Offender – Code of Conduct Violation #3
- LCCC Drug Testing Program Committee and individual head coach are informed.
- The student-athlete is encouraged to notify his/her parent(s), legal guardian(s) and/or spouse.
- Immediate indefinite suspension from participation in LCCC athletics.
- Other sanctions as deemed appropriate by the Director of Athletics.
The student-athlete may appeal the above conditions to the Athletic Director and Dean of Students
Academic Eligibility & Responsibility
Student-athletes are permitted to:
- Accept scholarships and educational grants-in-aid in accordance with the bylaws of the NJCAA and NIRA.
- Officiate at sports contests provided compensation does not exceed the going rate.
- Serve as coach or instructor for compensation outside their institution provided they are not paid to coach or teach in the sport they are participating in at the intercollegiate level.
- Serve as paid supervisor of children’s sports programs such as summer community camps or recreation division programs. The pay shall not be on a fee-for-lesson basis.
Student-athletes shall not:
- Receive money beyond actual expenses for participating in any athletic contest.
- Give lessons on a fee-for-lesson basis.
- Be employed to teach physical education or coach any sport for their college.
- Take any financial assistance, or enter into an agreement of any kind to compete in professional athletics,
- Try out with a professional sports organization while enrolled full-time during any part of the academic year unless the eligibility in that sport has been exhausted.
- Contract verbally or in writing to be represented by an agent.
LCCC will provide academic support while the student-athlete is pursuing a degree, certificate or planning to transfer. Student- athletes have an obligation to understand the rules and the status of academic eligibility and responsibilities. Student-athletes must be familiar with course requirements in the LCCC catalog and take an active role with course requirements in their area of study each semester.
All student-athletes are required by the NJCAA and NIRA to be enrolled and attending 12 credit hours during the course of the semester. A student-athlete will automatically become ineligible for competition if he/she drops below the required 12 credit hours. To maintain athletic eligibility and LCCC scholarship eligibility, a student-athlete must successfully complete 12 credit hours per semester with a 2.0 Grade Point Average (G.P.A.). Transfer eligibility must have a 2.50 GPA on all transferable hours.
All student athletes must declare a major. Student-athletes will be required to meet with an assigned Academic Advisor, following receipt of your official transcripts, placement, and assessment before registration for classes. In this meeting student-athletes will develop a program plan outlining courses needed to complete a career program for job entry or a transfer plan for transferring to a four-year college. Academic Advisors can be found on the first floor in the Clay Pathfinder Building.
Online courses are not preferred by the athletic division when scheduling classes. However, they may be approved in some instances. Requests for taking Internet courses must be accompanies by a clear rationale. Both the head coach and the athletic director must approve.
Valid reasons for taking Internet courses could include:
- Course is needed for graduation in the immediate term and is not available in a class room setting.
- Course is only offered as an Internet course and is required for graduation.
Athletic Scholarship – Letter of Intent
A National Letter of Intent (LOI) is a binding agreement between LCCC and the student-athlete who has signed the LOI. Student-athletes who have signed an LOI for LCCC are not permitted to sign a second LOI or contact another institution during the term of their contract. National LOI’s are binding from August 1 of each year through July 31 of the following year. Student-athletes may be released from their LOI due to discipline or loss of Eligibility.
There are certain eligibility requirements that must be met for a student-athlete to maintain his/her athletic scholarship. Student-athletes must maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average and be enrolled and attending at least 12 credit hours each semester. The FAFSA must be completed to receive athletic scholarships.
Other Financial Assistance
Student-athlete, should be familiar with the terms and conditions of athletic aid, scholarships and Federal aid. To defray other educational costs, all student-athletes are required to apply for additional funding through the Financial Aid Office, including the FAFSA. Applying for federal aid takes time, and students can apply as early as October 1. Begin by completing the federal financial aid application, FAFSA, which can be obtained online at www.fafsa.gov.
Change in Class Registration – Student-athletes who have an athletic scholarship may drop and add classes with the approval from their coach, academic adviser and the athletic director.
Student-Athlete Daily Schedules
Each LCCC athletic team’s schedule will be unique. However, the daily time commitment for each sport is relatively similar. Each student-athlete should expect to spend 3-4 hours in class, 2 hours in practice, 1-2 hours in the weight room or conditioning, and 2 hours in study hall each day. Student-athletes are expected to spend extra time outside practice and class working on individual academic and athletic skills.
All student-athletes are required to sign a travel form before any travel takes place. Team travel conduct will be covered by the head coach. Each student-athlete will be required to notify instructors of all team travel it is best to give each instructor a copy the team travel schedule for the season. It is the responsibility of the student-athlete to make arrangements with the instructor before leaving town, this includes make-up assignments or exams that may be missed as a result of team travel. If at all possible it is most desirable if you complete this work prior to travel.
Student-athletes are reminded that they are representatives of LCCC. Athletic teams will dress in an acceptable fashion when traveling to and from athletic contests. Proper travel attire will be determined by the head coach of each team.
The LCCC Athletic Division has specific protocols in place to ensure that any questions or concerns from student-athletes are addressed. Student-athletes are advised to see their respective head coach with any issues or concerns. If an issue cannot be resolved through the head coach, student-athletes may then meet with the Athletic Director. The Athletic Division will not entertain anonymous phone calls, or emails, parent phone calls, or parent visits unless the student-athlete has followed division protocol. This policy helps ensure that every situation is dealt with consistently. Student-Athletes will be required to sign the parent consent form before any discussion can take place with a parent.
Training Room Rules
The purpose of the athletic training room and staff is for the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. All student-athletes have equal access to the athletic training room and the services provided therein. A professional atmosphere is necessary for smooth and effective operation, therefore, student-athletes will conduct themselves accordingly and abide by the following Rules and Regulations:
- Treatment and rehabilitation protocol will be prescribed by the team physician and/or certified athletic trainer. It is assumed that athletes will adhere to this protocol until told otherwise by a certified athletic trainer or a physician.
- All treatment with electrotherapy modalities will be administered by an athletic trainer.
- Loitering, horseplay, excessive use of profanity, use of tobacco, food, and drinks other than water are NOT permitted in the athletic training room. The athletic training room is not an extension of the locker room or a lounge.
- The athletic training room is a co-educational facility. Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times, preferably team issued gear.
- Post-practice treatments, taping, and evaluations will be given immediately following a training session to ensure timely care and communication with coaching staff.
- All athletic equipment (balls, rackets, cleats, spikes, bags, etc.) is to be kept outside the athletic training room. No shoes are to be on the tables.
- The athletic training room towels are to remain in the athletic training room.
- Supplies/equipment are to be dispensed/operated by the Athletic Training Staff only.
- Any equipment checked out to a student-athlete is to be returned to the athletic training room before the end of the school year or the cost of the equipment will be applied to the student-athletes account through the accounting office.
- Cellular telephones, laptops, tablets and music device and headphone use is prohibited at ALL times in the athletic training room unless otherwise stated.
- Telephones in the athletic training room offices are for business only. No student-athlete is allowed to use an office phone unless an athletic training room staff member deems it appropriate.
INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING:
It is the responsibility of the student-athlete to report to a certified athletic trainer when injured or sick. An injury report will be delivered to the coaching staff each morning at a designated time. Athletes must report to the athletic training room or call before that designated time if they believe they will be unable to participate that day. Failure to do so will result in the athlete explaining to the coaches the reason for their absence. In addition, if a scheduled treatment time or medical service appointment is missed, it will be noted on the injury report.
A student-athlete not participating is still required to attend all meetings training sessions and events and be dressed appropriately for practice (issued shorts, sweats, athletic shoes, etc.) unless otherwise instructed by the supervising athletic trainer or coach.
A physical examination is required for student participation in training and competition. All student-athletes must pass a physical examination supervised by the team physician(s) before checking out equipment or participating in any kind of organized activity.
Important Phone Numbers
Student Hub........................................................... 778.1265
Accounting Services.......................................... 778.1228
Advising Center…….......................................... 778.1214
Athletic Division……………………………... 778.1373
Book Store……………………………………….. 778.1114
Counseling & Campus Wellness…..………….. 778.4397
Dining Services…............................................. 778.1339
Financial Aid (Hub)........................................... 778.1265
Help Desk/Student computer Center……..…... 778.4357
Ludden Library …................................................... 778.1205
Registrar (Hub) .................................................. 778.1265
Residence Life …………………..……………… 637.2498
Sports Information............................................... 778.4377
Student Government………………………….. 778.4336
Student Success Center……………………… 778.4315
Title IX Coordinator……………………………. 778-1217
Laramie County Community College Division of Athletics
Consent to Participate in Drug Testing Program
Name (print): __________________________________________________________________
Date of Birth:__________________________________________________________________
I hereby consent to participate in Laramie County Community College Division of Athletics Mandatory Random Selection Drug Testing Program for Student-Athletes. I have been provided with a copy of the document entitled “Substance-Abuse Policy for Student-Athletes” on pages 8-11 in the Student Athlete Handbook. I have reviewed and understand the conditions and I consent to and agree to comply with and abide by the terms and conditions of the policy and program.
This consent is provided freely, voluntary, and knowingly. I understand that my refusal to provide this consent will render me ineligible to participate in any intercollegiate athletic activity at Laramie County Community College and ineligible for athletic financial aid, but it will not affect my ability to attend Laramie County Community College if I am otherwise qualified to do so.
This release remains valid for the entire duration of my participation at LCCC or until revoked by me in writing. However, revocation of this consent will render me ineligible to participate in any intercollegiate activities at Laramie County Community College and ineligible for athletic financial aid, though not affect my ability to attend Laramie County Community College if I am otherwise qualified to do so.
I am 18 years of age or older, and I know of no reason why I cannot execute this document.
Director of Athletics
Laramie County Community College Division of Athletics
By signing this statement I acknowledge and affirm that I have read and understand the information outlined in the Laramie County Community College Student-Athlete handbook in its entirety. Furthermore, I agree to abide by all LCCC, NIRA and NJCAA, Region IX rules and policies. Failure to do so could result in the loss of eligibility, Athletic financial aid, and/or disciplinary action.
Laramie County Community College
Name (Please Print) Date
Received by: Coach Date