Central Wyoming College has been approved by both state and federal Veterans Administrations to offer training to veterans under the various public laws pertaining to financial aid for veterans.

 

Students who have been discharged from the armed forces after September 1, 1968, may be eligible to receive federal educational aid under the provisions of Public Law 89-358 or 815. Applications may be made through the Veterans Administration online at www.gibill.va.gov or through the Financial Aid Office at CWC.

 

Children of deceased veterans or veterans rated 100 percent disabled due to military service in World War II, Korean or Vietnam conflicts may qualify for federal educational aid under provisions of Public Law 634. Application should be made through the Veterans Administration online or through the Financial Aid Office at CWC.

 
Wyoming Veterans

The state of Wyoming offers tuition waivers to Wyoming residents who are veterans whose home of record at time of enlistment was Wyoming and who have exhausted their federal VA Educational Benefits. for more information go here or contact the CWC Financial Aid Office for further information.

 
Overseas Combat Veteran and Surviving Spouses/Dependent Tuition Benefit

As a result of the 2006 legislative session, Wyoming Statute 19-14-106 was expanded to allow for free tuition and fees for overseas combat veterans, surviving spouses and dependents. The Community College Commission was tasked to implement the benefit and reimburse the University of Wyoming and the seven community colleges. During the 2007 legislative session, the statue was amended to include reimbursement for Vietnam veterans.
 

CWC Admissions Office
Administrative Wing
307-855-2119
800-865-0193
Email: Admissions

 

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