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CWC Jackson

Jackson, Wyoming

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Jackson Credit Programs

Degrees you can complete from Jackson Jackson Credit Programs
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Community Enrichment

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ESL Classes

English as a second language ESL Classes

Jackson's Hometown College

Located in the Center for the Arts

Central Wyoming College's Jackson Outreach Center serves the needs of the local community by offering affordable, quality education. You can take classes to upgrade job skills, train for technical careers, prepare for your bachelors degree or take non-credit classes that enrich your life.

Flagship programming in Jackson includes an accredited culinary and hospitality program that has an impressive 100% employment rate upon graduation. This degree is uniquely tailored so that our students gain real work experience through internships and become a part of Jackson's local business community during the high tourist seasons.  We also offer excellent nursing and health science programs.

For a full list of degrees, certificates, and classes available in Jackson, visit our credit programs page

Foundation courses such as English as a Second Language and Adult Basic Education/High School Equivalency classes are also offered through CWC Jackson.


Students transform their lives here. When they graduate, they are ready to lead and succeed in their careers and communities. Your financial support helps our students to grow, to overcome, to innovate, and to thrive. Together, we all flourish. Together, we make our way.

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Central Wyoming College: Jackson's Community College

CWC Jackson News
  • Study shows huge spike in local food sales Fremont County spends $14.5 million annually on protein – meat and eggs – alone. And in 2022, the price of food increased 10%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • Teton Powwow sure to wow On Friday, free educational presentations about American Indian culture will be offered at the Center for the Arts throughout the day, with a Native American Showcase of cultural dance at 7 p.m. On Saturday a full-day celebration of American Indian cultures at the Snow King Sports and Events Center will feature dancers representing many tribes from throughout the West who will compete in traditional and contemporary dance forms.
  • ‘One step closer to your dream’ CWC nursing graduates look to the future May is National Nurses’ Month, and Central Wyoming College (CWC) has fittingly welcomed a new group of nurses into the profession this past week: The 2023 graduating class of its nursing program.