A 2000 graduate of Riverton High School is coming home to take over Central Wyoming College’s instrumental music program.
Central Wyoming College Professor Angel Sparkman was presented with a Master Distance Educator Award at the Wyoming Distance Education Consortium spring conference held recently in Cody.
U.S. Forest Service retiree Liz Oswald enrolled in Central Wyoming College’s Facilities Maintenance program to learn skills to apply to a new career and gain the expertise to improve on her own home.
The Central Wyoming College summer band performs patriotic and American classics at its first concert Monday, July 2 at Riverton City Park.
Billy Mills, whose come-from-behind sprint victory at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics ranks among the most astounding in Olympic track history, is the keynote speaker at Central Wyoming College’s 2012 Convocation Thursday, August 30.
Central Wyoming College’s Lander Center is restructuring the delivery of its GED program by offering instruction in a seven-week block with classes scheduled each morning Monday through Thursday.
Five slots have opened for Central Wyoming College’s expedition to Gannett Peak, which is scheduled for August 8-19.
To enhance student learning opportunities and to launch new success initiatives, student and academic services at Central Wyoming College are being brought under one umbrella. With the retirement of longtime Vice President of Student Services Mohammed Waheed, and the promotion of VP for Academics Jason Wood as the new executive vice president, the two departments will work as one.
The husband and wife duo of Ann and Andy Lowe is the guest artist for the next Hot Notes Cool Nights Concert in the Park in Riverton July 16.
Central Wyoming College aims to have all students appreciate diversity by providing an atmosphere that promotes acceptance and respect as well as course materials to help them recognize the variety of characteristics that make individuals unique.