Latest news and events from CWC
This will be the first year that Central Wyoming College will be graduating students with bachelor’s degrees.
Central Wyoming College is conducting a practice disaster drill for emergency preparedness Thursday, April 21.
Riverton Chamber of Commerce members, along with other community luminaries, visited the newest addition to the Meat Sciences Program at Central Wyoming College at this past Thursday’s Business After Hours.
Central Wyoming College (CWC) and the Alpine Science Institute in Lander are sending Indigneous students to Mount Everest to do climate research.
Central Wyoming College (CWC) is pleased to announce student R Hamilton as the 2022 New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar.
On the brightest and warmest day of the year so far, a group of advocates and staff from Central Wyoming College met in what is certain to be a regular event at one of the newest and most impressive attractions Wyoming has to offer.
This legislation provides funding for the much-needed Jackson Outreach Campus in the amount of $10.3 million from the state of Wyoming.
Jennifer Marshall Weydeveld as the Executive Director of Marketing and Public Relations. Weydeveld has more than 20 years of executive management and strategic marketing experience in the private, public and nonprofit sectors.
Morgan Masson is a sophomore studying elementary education. A Riverton resident, Masson chose Central Wyoming College because it provided her the educational opportunity she was looking for and allowed her to stay close to home.
Central Wyoming College and The National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois are offering three Hands-On History programs to allow their visitors to touch and learn about history before it is put under glass for displays.