Latest news and events from CWC
Wyoming Community Bank gave a gift of $25,000 to the Rocky Mountain Complex for Ag & Equine Sciences on Thursday, May 16, at their 20th-anniversary celebration.
Central Wyoming College signs agreement with the Northern Arapaho Business Council To Offer College Courses on the ReservationMay 24, 2019
Central Wyoming College has been working with the Northern Arapaho tribe for more than a year to jointly offer college courses on the Wind River Indian Reservation. On Friday, May 24 CWC and the Northern Arapaho Business Council will sign an agreement for the “CWC Wind River” initiative that will provide college courses on the Wind River Indian Reservation at the Wind River Tribal College.
Central Wyoming College announced five retirees this spring; Val Harris, Dudley Cole, Kathy Vincent, Jim Baker and Lynda German.
Central Wyoming College archaeology student, Rita Bove, was honored with the “Best Student Research Paper” at the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists/Wyoming Archaeological Association conference in Casper on May 4.
Shaylee Ketelhut will graduate this May with an Associate of Science degree. This fall she plans to attend the University of Wyoming where she will continue her studies in health science and also in psychology. Currently, Ketelhut is deciding which degree she would like to pursue: health science or psychology.
Tanner Denton is a sophomore from Gillette majoring in film.
Reflection is an essential part of growth and is at the center of life’s greatest lessons, which is a message Clarissa Wykstra wanted to share with her fellow classmates before they depart from Central Wyoming College. Wykstra will express her successes, struggles and life lessons she learned at CWC to the graduating class of 2019 at commencement on May 10 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center theater.
Dayne Bradley chose CWC because of the friendly and inviting atmosphere. He is a freshman and is from the Riverton area.
Madeline Meidell grew up on a ranch in Harrison, Nebraska. She has seen the various spectrums of ranching and wants to help the ranching community by working with animals. Her goal is to someday have her own vet clinic.
Colton Rydstrom, a sophomore from Kemmerer, Wyoming, is in his first year of the nursing program and is on track to graduate in May of 2020.