Latest news and events from CWC
Trysta Stingley is a freshman studying physiology. She is from Riverton and decided to come to CWC for many reasons.
Like it does for so many, the outdoors drew Grace Hartman to Wyoming. Originally from Newtown, Pennsylvania, Hartman met a Central Wyoming College student in her 2014 Rocky Mountain NOLS course. This connection ultimately influenced her transfer from the University of Vermont two years later.
The Central Wyoming College Foundation is pleased to announce Alex Fabricus as the 2019-20 recipient of the Hugh & Olive Day-Engineering Transfer Scholarship.
Central Wyoming College (CWC) and the University of Wyoming (UW) have partnered to pilot a statewide distance learning version of the highly successful Startup Intensive class taught at Central Wyoming College.
Valerie Hinkle is in the medical assistant program at CWC. With a two-year-old son, Hinkle chose a program that would be quick to allow her the freedom of being a mom while pursuing a career.
Six Central Wyoming College speech and debate students set out to compete against the best colleges in the midwest at the 50th Trapper Rendezvous tournament at Northwest College in Powell in their first community college meet.
Jessica Weber is a sophomore at Central Wyoming College. She hails from Riverton, Wyoming and chose CWC because it was affordable and close to home.
After coming to Riverton as a high school foreign exchange student from Teramo, Italy, Marco Iachini decided to attend Central Wyoming College because he liked the community so much.
Central Wyoming College Signs Agreement with Eastern Shoshone Tribe to Offer College Courses on ReservationSeptember 12, 2019
On Sept. 3, 2019 Eastern Shoshone Business Council Chairman Vernon Hill and Central Wyoming College President Brad Tyndall signed an MOU between CWC and the Eastern Shoshone Tribe that will enable students to earn first-year CWC credits toward a degree from CWC.
Teton County Fairgrounds will be the location of the first Central Wyoming College powwow at noon on Saturday, Sept. 21. The event will honor and celebrate American Indian culture and history.