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Beau Saindon is a sophomore from Riverton. He will graduate in May with a degree in business administration and plans to attend the University of Wyoming in the fall to pursue a bachelor’s degree in business.
Lexi Herbert is a double major from Kinnear. The equine science and equine management major plans to become a large animal veterinarian.
Central Wyoming College and the ALICE Training Institute have teamed up to bring ALICE Instructor Certification Training to Riverton, Wyoming on May 12-13. The course will be at CWC in Main Hall room 177 at 8 am.
Sydney Wehr is an elementary education and psychology major from Riverton.
The 2019 fall semester grades have been computed and more than 200 students have earned the honor of appearing on the President’s and the Dean’s List at Central Wyoming College.
Ally Mitchell moved to Riverton when she was in the sixth grade from California. After graduating high school she wanted to choose a college that was close to home and inexpensive. Mitchell didn’t have to look far, Central Wyoming College was in her home town and offered her degree program, criminal justice.
Central Wyoming College will send six outstanding nominees to this year’s Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees Awards ceremony and Legislative Reception in Cheyenne, Wyoming Feb. 12.
Tanner Denton is a sophomore from Gillette majoring in film.
The Arbor Day Foundation recognized Central Wyoming College as a 2019 Tree Campus USA ® for its sustained commitment to environmental stewardship and urban forest management on Jan. 21.
Jantzen Isaacson chose CWC because it was affordable and he got the opportunity to play collegiate soccer. In his freshman year, Isaacson is currently in the criminal justice program.