Latest news and events from CWC
Central Wyoming College announces the students who have made the 2021 fall semester president’s and dean’s list. The grades have been computed and more than 180 students have earned the honor of making the president’s or the dean’s list.
Julia Dorothy is a sophomore at Central Wyoming College who is studying criminal justice. She is from Hudson and decided to go to CWC because it was a community college close to home and family. She enjoys being part of the small community at CWC and knowing others on campus.
Central Wyoming College received notification of possible exposure to COVID in the Food Court early Feb. 2. CWC’s COVID Response Team moved to temporarily shut the Food Court down to reduce the risk of more exposure to COVID.
Central Wyoming College received a $653,994 grant from the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service Farmers’ Market Promotion Program (FMPP) to fund its Grow Your Own: Food, Jobs, and Community initiative. The college’s Alpine Science Institute Farm will use this funding throughout the next three years to train agropreneurs as they start and operate small- to mid-scale farm businesses.
Wyatt Burichka is a sophomore at CWC. Originally from Cody, Wyoming, he came to CWC to study new media. Burichka decided to attend CWC because it was close to home and he said he loves the program.
A fascination for science and anatomy started at a young age for Tara Womack, Central Wyoming College’s biology instructor. Her curiosity allowed her to explore anatomy when her father returned with game from his hunting or fishing trips.
Central Wyoming College Board member Steve Peck, who served on the CWC Board since December 1, 2014, submitted his resignation on January 14, 2022, asking that it be effective January 18, 2022. The board, which accepted Peck’s resignation at the January 19, 2022, meeting, has 30 days to name a replacement.
Central Wyoming Cosmetology students put their skills to good use this holiday season. Under the oversight of Instructor Tracy Wright, students provided shampooing and styling services to community members.
Three former Central Wyoming College employees passed away in fall 2021. The college honors former President Richard St. Pierre, as well as Professor Richard ‘Dick’ Winslow and WACE Office Assistant and Community Education Instructor Judy Hubbard.
CWC starts the new year with a grant from the Department of Education Rural Postsecondary and Economic Development grantJanuary 3, 2022
Central Wyoming College is starting out the year with good news. Approval of the college’s $1.2 million Department of Education Rural Postsecondary and Economic Development (RPED) grant will maximize CWC’s student career services by connecting instruction with wraparound services and real-world work experiences.