CWC Alumni

 

The Central Wyoming College Foundation is working with a group of CWC alumni to establish an active CWC Alumni Association.

If you've ever been a student at Central Wyoming College, you're invited to to join the CWC Alumni Association.

After CWC celebrated its 40th anniversary, CWC President Dr. Jo Anne McFarland asked for volunteers to form an alumni association. Several alumni offered assistance including Brian Rohrbacher, Eddie Wadda, Ernie Over, Jackie Dorothy, Amanda Watkins Nicholoff and RoJean Thayer.

To build a viable Alumni Association, CWC is seeking information about former students and asking that alumni or their family members visit the college website at: cwc.edu and search "Foundation." There is an alumni contact link to update alumni profiles. People may also call the Foundation Office at 855-2035.

 
 

Where are you now?
We would like to know where you are and what you're doing since you left Central Wyoming College. Your information will be for internal records only and will not be sold or otherwise distributed. When you move, please remember to share your new address with us. Please complete the attached form and submit it to CWC.
Thank you.

Do you remember?
  Several newsletters from the 1990s were uncovered recently, so take a few moments to read them and reacquaint yourself with people and places.

Volume 2, Number 1
Volume 1, Number 1

 

CWC Foundation
(307) 855-2035
or 800-735-8418, ext. 2035
email: Foundation 

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