Cheyenne is the capital and largest city in Wyoming. Named after the local Native American tribe, Cheyenne has a colorful history as a railroad city and Air Force base; F. E. Warren Air Force Base is one of the nation's oldest active bases. Cheyenne's rapid development was like magic, hence its name the Magic City of the Plains.
The University of Wyoming is one of Cheyenne's colleges and universities, located in nearby Laramie. Laramie County Community College prepares students to complete their education at four-year universities. LCCC offers associate of science, arts, and applied sciences degrees, as well as certificates of completion in technical programs. Students at Cheyenne colleges and universities can study music, languages, theater, business, agriculture, technology, and natural sciences.