In the wake of last week's murder-suicide at Casper College we're left to wonder what if this happened here?
The shooting at Casper College was a shock to everyone, including administration at Laramie County Community College, but they say they're prepared if something were to happen.
"Administration is ready to respond and lock down the campus immediately if anything does happen and that we are doing everything that we can to protect our students," said Lisa Murphy, spokeswoman for LCCC.
LCCC along with Casper College are part of the Wyoming community college system.
It's a team effort among the colleges to see what they could do better in a tragic situation.
"The seven community colleges in Wyoming work closely together and the PR directors work on their crisis community plans. We are reviewing those and I know that the counterparts from safety and security are working together," Murphy said.
LCCC is under surveillance 24-hours a day. Students on campus already have a way of immediately notifying authorities of any danger.
Emergency call post are set up all over campus and at the push of a button, students can quickly contact campus security in case of a threatening situation.
When students sign-up for classes, LCCC also gives them the opportunity to sign up for an emergency alert notification system called campus cruiser.
"If we were to have a snow day or an emergency situation where we were to evacuate or lock down our campus that way we notify them through the email system or through text messaging," Murphy said.
State statute mandates no weapons are allowed on campus. But the only way to stop this from happening is for students and faculty to always be alert.
"It is a constant effort to be vigilant. To continue training and make sure that we're doing what we can to make sure that we are ever vigilant," Murphy said.
LCCC says they will be updating their plan and doing an exercise this spring with the sheriff's department to practice their procedure in case of an emergency situation.