Latest news and events from CWC
Troy Taylor is a freshman from Ten Sleep. He chose CWC because it was inexpensive, close to home and he wanted to be a film major.
Stormi Adams is a sophomore at CWC. Stormi would like to be an OBGYN/women’s health nurse and is currently obtaining her pre-requisites for the nursing program.
April Friday is a freshman and is pursuing a degree in addiction studies.
Cosmetology courses are now offered at Central Wyoming College.
The Central Wyoming College Music Department will present their annual Festival of Carols on Sunday, Dec. 10 at 2 pm in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater.
Tapaynga Hill was determined to continue her education in criminal justice and theater. Now in her second year at CWC, Hill will graduate in May.
Rhiannon Allison’s grandfather attended CWC when it first opened, so she wanted to follow in his footsteps. Allison is a freshman from Rawlins studying engineering. Interested in old buildings and art, art professor Matt Flint told her to look into a degree in engineering.
Rebekah Hutchison was bringing awareness of clean water in India with the nonprofit humanitarian organization, Youth with a Mission when she realized she wanted to study communication and further her passion for helping others.
CWC Music Department presents a fall showcase concert on Nov. 16 at 7 pm.
Breanna Beaslin is a freshman from Evanston. She is in the equine program and hopes to become a horse trainer.