Credit Courses


The Lander Center enables students to accomplish most of their college business at its 427 Main St. site for their convenience. Students are encouraged to complete an online application, then visit the Lander Center for assistance with financial aid, college placement tests (COMPASS), advising, and course registration. CWC's Lander Center offers classrooms, computer labs and an Interactive Classroom Network (ICN) which is connected to the main campus in Riverton, approximately 25 miles away. Tutoring is also available. College courses are offered in traditional and electronic format. Students can build academic and vocational skills, or develop new skills for advanced job opportunities. Beginning the fall 2011 semester, students will have the opportunity to earn an Associates degree in General Studies at the Lander Center. Click on the link to view the current course schedule of credit courses or stop by the Lander Center for a hard copy. Adult Basic Education and GED testing are also provided at the Lander Center.

Community Education Courses


The Lander Center offers non-credit courses open to community members of all ages. A broad range of topics are offered from health to recreation, arts, languages, cooking and certification courses. To view the current schedule of non-credit offerings you can call 332-3394.


 Click on image to see PDF of Spring 2014 schedule.


2014 summer class offerings in Lander




The Lander office is under the direction of Ken Colovich, who also oversees operations at the college's Sinks Canyon Center. Kathryn Primrose and Joanne Slingerland are the assistant coordinators. Kathryn coordinates credit programming.  Joanne coordinates the non-credit courses and manages the scheduling for the Lander and Sinks Canyon Centers.

Workforce staff in Lander


Anne Even and Michael Cheek are Workforce Training coordinators at the Lander Center and. In addition to helping out with Lander Center operations, Anne and Michael coordinate a variety of workforce development and customized training options. Erika Dierking is a Workforce Specialist with the Second Wind Grant. Matt Myers serves as the Case Manager for the Second Wind Program serving students at the Sinks Canyon Center and in Riverton.

For information on upcoming trainings or to develop customized training for your business contact the Lander Center at 332.3394



CWC Lander Center
427 Main Street
Lander, WY 82520


Email: Lander Outreach  
Ken Colovich

Kathryn Primrose
Assistant Coordinator

Joanne Slingerland
Assistant Coordinator

Anne Even
Workforce Training Coordinator
Michael Cheek
Workforce Training Coordinator
Matt Myers
Case Manager
RaJean Fossen
Case Manager


Consistent with its mission to value diversity and to treat all individuals with dignity and respect, Central Wyoming College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational program services or activities. The college makes reasonable accommodations to serve students with special needs and offers services to students who have the ability to benefit.
©2010 Central Wyoming College - All Rights Reserved