Latest news and events from CWC
Jessica Weber is a sophomore at Central Wyoming College. She hails from Riverton, Wyoming and chose CWC because it was affordable and close to home.
After coming to Riverton as a high school foreign exchange student from Teramo, Italy, Marco Iachini decided to attend Central Wyoming College because he liked the community so much.
Central Wyoming College Signs Agreement with Eastern Shoshone Tribe to Offer College Courses on ReservationSeptember 12, 2019
On Sept. 3, 2019 Eastern Shoshone Business Council Chairman Vernon Hill and Central Wyoming College President Brad Tyndall signed an MOU between CWC and the Eastern Shoshone Tribe that will enable students to earn first-year CWC credits toward a degree from CWC.
Teton County Fairgrounds will be the location of the first Central Wyoming College powwow at noon on Saturday, Sept. 21. The event will honor and celebrate American Indian culture and history.
The United States Air Force Academy Band “Stellar Brass” from Colorado Springs will perform a free concert at Central Wyoming college Little Theater on Oct. 2, 2019, at 7 pm.
CWC to Begin Higher Learning Commission Process for Approval to Offer Applied Baccalaureate ProgramsAugust 29, 2019
In a special meeting Wednesday, August 28, the Wyoming Community College Commission unanimously approved a motion “to authorize Central Wyoming College to begin the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) substantive change process to offer no more than two applied baccalaureate programs.”
CWC Board of Trustees Approves Resolution to Begin Approval Process to Offer Bachelor of Applied Science DegreesAugust 21, 2019
In a special meeting, August 21, 2019, the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution to allow the college to begin the approval processes to start Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degrees.
As a consultant, Ed Brenegar gravitated towards leadership. After a short two weeks in Jackson, Brenegar was enrolled in the Start-Up Intensive and ready to start a new career goal, a leadership business.
Central Wyoming College will offer two in depth leadership classes this fall, Foundations of Leadership and Personal Leadership. Both will be taught by Sandy Hessler.
The State Building Commission (SBC) has approved a 50/50 match of $7,577,330 from the state, ensuring that the Jackson project will continue to move forward in the process for state funding support.