Fall 2012

Dear Stakeholders: 
Welcome to the first Central Wyoming College annual report that is available to you, our stakeholders, online. We hope that our community partners, public officials, and students will find the online reporting format a richer and more personally rewarding experience, since you will able to link to even more information  of specific interest to you than has been available in the past. We hope, also, that this will be a great way to introduce you to CWC’s website, which is an excellent and timely source of what is happening at CWC. Presenting the report online provides a significant savings to the institution over a printed document.
This 11-12 Annual Report gives highlights of the last full academic year and also allows you to track last year’s progress on CWC’s strategic priorities, which are access and success in learning, transition to the future, and commitment to excellence. In each of these sections, you will be able to search out what various areas of the college are doing to achieve better outcomes and better serve you in the process. 
With continuing historically high enrollment, new and exciting programs and offerings, highly qualified and inspiring faculty and staff, and numerous capital construction projects underway, CWC is definitely on the move!   If you have suggestions for improving the online format of this annual report, please e-mail: Public Information or participate in the poll located in the upper right hand corner of this web page. Thanks for playing such an important role in moving us forward to serve you even better in the future. 
Jo Anne Youtz McFarland, Ph.D.
CWC President



Tell us what you think about our web-based Annual Report.

a. I like having the expanded information provided in the web-based format.
b. I prefer getting the magazine format inserted in my local paper.
c. Direct mail of Annual Report would be preferred.

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