CWC Credit Courses and Programs

 

Credit Courses

The CWC Lander Center offers a variety of credit courses at their Main Street and Sinks Canyon Center campuses.  Between the two locations, students can take courses that fulfill nearly all of CWC's general education requirements.  The Lander Center offers courses taught by faculty and adjunct instructors at the Lander and Sinks Canyon Centers, as well as through our Interactive Classroom Network (ICN).

 

Central Wyoming College also offers tuition waivers for Fremont County residents over the age of 60.  If you are interested in taking classes at CWC and meet these requirements, tuition waivers are available at the Lander Center; qualifying students can fill out the forms at the time of class registration.

 

Students can view a list of courses offered at the Lander and Sinks Canyon Centers.

Students can also view a list of courses offered at the Lander Center through the ICN.

A full CWC class schedule is also available.

 

Credit Programs

Prospective students have the ability to earn associate's degrees, certificates or credentials in a variety of fields of study, through a combination of classes offered at the Lander and/or Sinks Canyon Center and online classes.

 

Credentials

Construction Technology

Facilities Maintenance Technology

Medical Office Support

Office Specialist

 

Certificates

Accounting - Bookkeeping

Construction Technology

Facilities Maintenance Technology

Medical Office Assistant

Office Support

 

Associate of Applied Science

Construction Technology

Facilities Maintenance Technology

Medical Office Asssistant

Outdoor Recreation

 

Associate of Arts

English

International Studies

Outdoor Education and Leadership

Social Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

CWC Lander Center
427 Main Street
Lander, WY 82520

307-332-3394
800-735-8394

Email: Lander Outreach  
 
 
 
Ken Colovich
Director

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

 

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