Latest news and events from CWC
Governor Mark Gordon, University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel, Wyoming Business Council Executive Director Josh Dorrell, and Central Wyoming College President Brad Tyndall met with local businesses and economic development leaders at the Central Wyoming College campus to discuss partnerships, projects, and the Wyoming Innovation Network (WIN) on June 9.
Since January 2016, the Central Wyoming College Campus Security team has been training community members, students, and staff, in more than eighty different organizations from around the state of Wyoming to respond to an active shooter threat.
Steven Harrison is the new head coach of the Central Wyoming College Men’s and Women’s soccer program as of May 10, 2021.
Central Wyoming College announced on May 25, that the mask mandate is lifted inside CWC facilities.
In fall 2021, Central Wyoming College will include two new Bachelor of Science degree options, one in organizational management and leadership with an option in outdoor program leadership and the other in early childhood development.
Central Wyoming College announces the students who have made the 2021 spring 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.
After a combined 62 years of service, the Central Wyoming College campus community wishes student success staff members Lance Goede and Deryle Matland and instructors Cathy Beck, Jenn McCartney and Wayne Montgomery the best in their retirements.
Popo Agie Conservation District and CWC’s Alpine Science Institute to host the ninth annual “Mini” Garden ExpoMay 11, 2021
The Popo Agie Conservation District and CWC’s Alpine Science Institute will host the ninth annual “Mini” Garden Expo June 5 and 12. The 2021 Garden Expo will utilize two different dates and two different locations.
CWC Hospitality Program Director, Amy Madera, decided last fall that the UW John P. Ellbogen $50,000 Entrepreneurship Competition was an exceptional alignment to the Food and Beverage Operations course curriculum.
Central Wyoming College’s nursing program allowed Mitch Long to jumpstart his career as a registered nurse (RN).