Tapaynga Hill was determined to continue her education in criminal justice and theater. Now in her second year at CWC, Hill will graduate in May.
Rhiannon Allison’s grandfather attended CWC when it first opened, so she wanted to follow in his footsteps. Allison is a freshman from Rawlins studying engineering. Interested in old buildings and art, art professor Matt Flint told her to look into a degree in engineering.
Rebekah Hutchison was bringing awareness of clean water in India with the nonprofit humanitarian organization, Youth with a Mission when she realized she wanted to study communication and further her passion for helping others.
CWC Music Department presents a fall showcase concert on Nov. 16 at 7 pm.
Breanna Beaslin is a freshman from Evanston. She is in the equine program and hopes to become a horse trainer.
Lauren Gamblin originally applied to attend a university in Maine but when her best friend convinced her to try out for volleyball at CWC her plans changed. Now a sophomore, Gamblin will graduate in May with a degree in communication.
Nov. 8 marks the 52 anniversary of the Higher Education Act that was signed by LBJ in 1965. The Central Wyoming College TRIO program will have information about their programs in the CWC library Nov. 8 from 10 am-2pm.
Aaron Strubhar is from Washington, Illinois and is the CWC outdoor education and leadership, expedition science and geospatial information science programs.
Aaron Goldberg is a sophomore studying film and theater. Goldberg pushes himself to participate in class.
Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Kathy Wells reported “evaluation of student learning data indicates CWC students are meeting rigorous standards in many academic areas, most notably at the time of graduation,” at the regular meeting of the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees October 18, 2017.