The CWC 2016-2017 scholarship application is available

November 1, 2015 to March 1, 2016.


Learn how to login and complete your application


Go to the CWC STARS Scholarship App Portal



CWC is committed to recognizing academic and activity related achievements by offering more than $700,000 annually in merit scholarships. Eligibility requirements for these scholarships vary.
Listed below are the major CWC scholarship categories. Follow the link in the appropriate category for you.


2016 High School or Home Schooled graduate:

Available to current year high school graduates and home schooled students.

View High School and Home Schooled Student Scholarships...


General Academic:

Available to prior year high school graduates, returning and transfer students and GED recipients.
View General Academic Scholarships...


Program (Major) Specific:

Available to new and returning students for specific programs of study.


Activity Specific:

Scholarships available to students participating in Art, Music, Theater, Rodeo, Student Senate, newspaper and Broadcasting: Radio/TV/Film.
View Activity Specific Scholarships...


Minority/Native American Scholarships:

View Minority/Native American Scholarships...


Part-Time Student Scholarships:

For students who are taking at least six credits but no more than 11 credits per semester.
View Part-Time Student Scholarships...


Wyoming Hathaway Scholarship:

Wyoming state funded scholarship for 2006 and later graduates.
View Hathaway Scholarships...


Jackson Campus:

Scholarships available for Jackson students


Outdoor Education and Recreation Scholarship

For students enrolled in either Outdoor Education and Leadership (AA) or Outdoor Recreation (AAS) degree program. Peference given to female students. 



Financial Aid
Main Hall

307-855-2092 Fax
Email: Financial Aid



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