Students who complete the published requirements for one or more certificates and/or degrees are eligible to graduate from Central Wyoming College. In order to graduate, it is highly recommended that students apply for graduation by completing the graduation application online. The application is located in the student’s MyCentral account via the Rustler Central (Self-Service) Icon then click into the Graduation Overview. Completion of the graduation application will assure the potential graduate’s preferences are honored for diploma address, academic program, attendance at the commencement ceremony in the spring and publication of their degree.
A completed Degree Audit signed by the appropriate academic dean must be submitted to the Student Records office by the graduation application deadline. A Degree Audit can be obtained by seeing the student’s advisor. The graduation application deadline is posted on the Graduation page of the CWC website, in the student handbook an din the course schedule.
Application deadlines are as follows:
Fall – October 15
Spring – March 1
Summer – July 15
Central Wyoming College is excited to welcome students to compete for the honor of serving as the 2023-2024 Commencement Speaker! We will have two speakers – one per division. Graduation is May 10, 2024. A&S Division will be at 4:30 PM, BTHS Division will be at 7:00 PM. EACH Speaker gets an award of $250 and will present a keynote speech to their graduating class! Below you will find details on the competition procedures and requirements for participation. To apply, please complete the application as thoroughly as possible.
The application deadline is Wednesday, March 1, 2024. To find out which division your program belongs to or for any questions or concerns about any part of this process please contact Connie Nyberg, Registrar (email@example.com, 307-855-2207) or contact your Success Coach/Advisor.
Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater | 7:00pm
Arts and Sciences Ceremony | 4:30pm
Business, Technology, Health, & Safety Ceremony | 7:00pm
Both ceremonies will take place in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater