Latest news and events from CWC
Amber Cochran is a sophomore and plans to graduate in December with a degree in secondary education and English.
Overcoming adversity wasn’t anything new for Phyllis Whitlock, but after she had been laid off from the oilfield multiple times, she knew it was time to make a new career choice.
The Central Wyoming College music department will present a spring concert on Tuesday, April 24 at 7pm in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater. The concert will feature the Collegiate Chorale, under the direction of Sharon Dalton and the Fremont County Band, under the direction of Sarah Trembly. The concert is free and open to the public.
Garret Phillips is a freshman from Rock Springs. He decided to attend CWC because he joined the golf team.
CWC freshman, Crystal Schubach, always enjoyed all of the different aspects of business and knew that was what she wanted to study in college.
Central Wyoming College will have a Disaster Drill on May 2 from 8am-1pm. This Disaster Drill will be an educational exercise for students on campus and will take place near the student center and the health science building.
Kelsey Nelson liked the atmosphere at CWC and after receiving the Hathaway scholarship she knew CWC was the college for her.
The Rustler 400 hit another success in its third as a fundraiser for the CWC athletic program.
Lauren Staten will graduate this May with a business administration degree. The Pinedale native has been accepted into the business program at the University of Wyoming and will transfer in the fall.
Mark III Media and Gray Television have agreed to donate the license for Casper station KGWC, Channel 14, along with the KGWC transmitter to Central Wyoming College, to be operated by WyomingPBS. WyomingPBS has filed with the FCC, permission to change the station from a commercial to a non-commercial license and to change the call letters.