(Jan. 30, 2014) The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has committed to a comprehensive national search for the next college president.
No Roosters in the Desert, a play that follows the journey of four women crossing the blazing hot Arizona desert from Mexico in search of a new life in the U.S., is presented at Central Wyoming College March 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.
A Central Wyoming College student has been selected as Wyoming's New Century Scholar.
A large cast of college and community actors are rehearsing for the upcoming Central Wyoming College spring musical The Music Man.
The Central Wyoming College Athletic Department is sponsoring a Military Appreciation Night at the men’s and women’s basketball games on Saturday, Feb. 15.
The Central Wyoming College Outdoor Education and Leadership program is hosting a logo design contest for the program.
A Central Wyoming College dean was honored March 1 with a Lifetime Award from the CWC Rodeo Booster Club at its annual banquet.
Professional photographer Dan Hayward teaches a series of photography classes for Central Wyoming College’s community services program in Lander.
Former and current Central Wyoming College accounting and income tax students provide free help preparing 2013 taxes to taxpayers that cannot afford professional assistance on the CWC campus Wednesdays from Feb. 19 through April 2.
Wyoming PBS, located on the Central Wyoming College campus, is proud to announce the receipt of two Rocky Mountain Regional Emmy awards for its powerful documentary "One Hundred Years on the Lincoln Highway" on October 18, 2014. The documentary was submitted for "Best Historical Documentary" written by Tom Manning (former Wyoming PBS producer) and Kyle Nicholoff (Director, Post Production). Filming was done over a year from the beginning of Manning's writing and includes footage shot in the summer of 2013.