East parking lot closed for construction
January 1, 2012
The construction of Central Wyoming College's new Health and Science Center is underway which will pose some problems for students and visitors coming to campus this summer.
The main lot in front of CWC’s Student Center is closed until a new parking area east of the present lot opens in time for the fall 2012 semester.
The lot is closed for the summer due to the construction of the new Health and Science Center which is being built south of the Student Center in an area that has been used for parking.
Students and visitors to CWC this summer are asked to utilize the Arts Center parking lot, which is accessible from Highway 26 by turning north on Hill Street. The college is providing limited handicap parking on the traffic circle in front of campus while the Health and Science Center is under construction.
Deliveries to the CWC Food Court and mail room can be made through the north Student Center entrance in an area that has been designated for loading and unloading as well as a fire lane adjacent to the gym.
The Health and Science Center is expected to open in time for the fall 2013 semester and officially becomes the centerpiece to the CWC campus. The 51,000 square foot facility is supported largely by Fremont County taxpayers and from a legislative match. You can watch us grow on Central's webcam page.