Rustlers vs Northwest Trappers
Did you miss TEDx Central Wyoming College this year? Well, here is your chance to be inspired! Watch videos of this year’s presenters, including a talk by our very own film professor Jeremy Nielsen. See how ideas are brought to life!
Central Wyoming College's Community Band, Collegiate Chorale and Handbell Choir perform a Spring Showcase Concert Thursday, May 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Robert A Peck Arts Center. The concert is free and open to the public.
Music students at Central Wyoming College present their spring recital Wednesday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Rehearsal Hall, room 157 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center.
Central Wyoming College's 2014 spring semester grades have been computed and 87 students were named to the President's Honor Roll for earning a 4.0 grade point average while 105 others were named to the Dean's List for having a 3.5 or better GPA.
On October 22, Dean Charlotte Donelson was involved in a vehicle accident northwest of Riverton when she was pulling onto Highway 26 while navigating the early-morning sunrise. Those involved in the accident sustained injuries, but Mike and Charlotte Donelson want the campus and the community to know that seat belts saved further injury to those involved in the accident that day.
Wyoming Indian High School senior, Haily Washakie has artwork permanently on display at Central Wyoming Colleges' Intertribal Center.
It's that time of year!! Central Wyoming College will be hosting their second annual fall rummage sale to benefit the "People of Courage Fund", an emergency pot of money that students can apply for if they have sudden medical bills, a tire blown, etc. There is an application process but the student does not pay the money back.
Ambitious Central Wyoming College Student Ambassadors' surprised community families who are fighting against cancer with a leaf-free yard and a note that read "Honoring your fight against cancer – hope this helps. Caring thoughts, from the CWC Student Ambassadors."
Colorful regalia, artisans, Native American drummers and dancers and a powerful social gathering are all part of the Central Wyoming College United Tribes Club annual spring powwow Friday, May 2.