Central Wyoming College is encouraging highly motivated students to “Get It Done” by combining pre-college level math and English courses with college-level classes all in one semester.
Theater students at Central Wyoming College hold up the proverbial mirror to the nation’s political activities as they prepare for the 24-hour marathon theater event 4 (or more) in 24 scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Music students at Central Wyoming College present their fall recital Monday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Rehearsal Hall, room 157 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center.
Central Wyoming College’s Executive Vice President for Student and Academic Services Jason Wood is one of two state community college representatives selected to serve on Gov. Matt Mead’s Complete College America team.
An evening theater course in acting is offered during the spring semester at Central Wyoming College.
Central Wyoming College students taking water management and environmental geology courses team up to present a symposium Dec. 18 entitled Hydraulic Fracturing: The Intersection of Water, Geology and Energy.
Central Wyoming College’s Rural Justice Training Center (RJTC) and the Eastern Shoshone Tribe were awarded a grant to train and equip law enforcement officers both on and off the reservation for the next three years.
Comedian, editor, author and staff writer and star of MTV’s The CollegeHumor Show is on the Central Wyoming College campus Sunday, Sept. 9 and the public is invited free of charge.
The annual CWC Bouldering competition takes place this Saturday and competitors as well as audience are welcome.
Central Wyoming College environmental science and forensics students host a public forum on climate change Thursday, Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. in room 171 of Main Hall.