Latest news and events from CWC
The Board of Trustees voted to approve the revisions Central Wyoming College made to their mission, vision and values statements on Oct. 20.
Brian Mwangi is a sophomore from Kenya, pursuing a degree in nursing.
After graduation, Nicholoff’s early career was characterized by travel. She first worked as a photojournalist and a producer in the promotions department for the NBC affiliate in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Next, she relocated to San Francisco to work as a promotions producer for NBC News. Nicholoff moved a third time when she learned CWC was restarting its television broadcasting program and was hired in 2006. Now in her 15th year, Nicholoff loves the atmosphere of her overall workspace.
Brett Jones is a sophomore at CWC from Riverton. He is currently studying mathematics and engineering.
Lander native and Central Wyoming College nursing student, Katy Carey was named state champion at the 2021 Big Bass Zone Junior Championship (BBZ JC) after catching the biggest five bass limit at the state level.
The Arbor Day Foundation recognized Central Wyoming College as a 2020 Tree Campus Higher Education institution on Sept. 9. Tree Campus USA is a national program that honors higher education institutions for promoting healthy trees and inspiring others about conservation.
Terence ‘Terry’ Cortez said he caught the ‘media bug’ as a kid which led him to a successful path in the entertainment industry.
The Central Wyoming College campus community welcomes 13 new employees for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Central Wyoming College is now accepting applications for the John P. Ellbogen Scholarship. CWC was selected by the John P. Ellbogen Foundation to receive $100,000 to support adult learners with the newly created Ellbogen Opportunity Scholarship: All Students Successful. This scholarship is specifically designed to re-engage adults in post-secondary education opportunities for certificates and degrees in career and technical education. There are many programs that the scholarship qualifies for at CWC, including the new Bachelor of Applied Science options.
Central Wyoming College has been selected by the John P. Ellbogen Foundation board of directors to receive $100,000 to support adult learners with the newly created Ellbogen Opportunity Scholarship: All Students Successful.