Latest news and events from CWC
For a moment in time Taylor Pyle was the only individual on the highest point of the continent when he stood on the summit of Mount Denali in Alaska.
Keagan Meyer chose to come to CWC because of the pre-engineering opportunities that were available. In addition to being able to study pre-engineering he is also able to double major in mathematics.
Rebekah Hutchison was in India when she decided to apply for CWC. The Riverton native was in India working with the nonprofit humanitarian organization, Youth with a Mission, where they helped bring awareness of clean water.
Six Central Wyoming College theatre department alumni are back on the Robert A. Peck Arts Center stage for the upcoming production of Jesus Christ Superstar. The play opens Friday, March 3 at 7pm and will continue with 7pm shows March 4, 10 and 11. There will also be one matinee Sunday, March 5 at 2pm.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration formally accepted Central Wyoming College as a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™ on Jan. 30.
The Rustler basketball teams have been working hard on and off the court this academic year. The women’s basketball team had a 3.76 cumulative GPA score and the men’s team had a 3.18 cumulative GPA.
Chelsea “Shay” Bad Hawk chose CWC because it was close to home and said she likes being close to her family. She was a member of the cross-country team in fall 2016.
Central Wyoming College’s Student Support Service will have an open house to honor National TRIO Day Feb. 14 from 12:30-2:30pm in MH 121, 123 and 133. Student Support Services will have refreshments to celebrate.
Logan Kay is a sophomore from Thermopolis and is studying communications, radio broadcasting and film. Kay also decided to pursue a degree in film because he liked the instructor and wanted to learn from him.
For the last two years, students in the phlebotomy class who are majoring in the medical assisting program at Central Wyoming College had a passing rate of 100 percent.