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CWC Athletics gears up for the fall season

August 2, 2022

The CWC Campus will start to come back alive August 1st as student-athletes will arrive. Volleyball, Golf, Cross Country, and Men’s and Women’s Soccer and Rodeo begin preparations for the Fall 2022 seasons.

Central Wyoming College Meat Science Program launches this fall

July 8, 2022

To support a changing meat economy, Central Wyoming College’s meat science initiative is training a new generation of butchers in meat processing and marketing supported by small to mid-scale, locally-minded meat enterprises.

Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Powwow

July 1, 2022

Graduating Eastern Shoshone tribal students from various high schools, community colleges and universities were honored Friday, June 24, at the 62nd annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Powwow in Fort Washakie.

CWC Board of Trustees Approve New BAS Law Enforcement Degree

June 20, 2022

Approval was received for a new Law Enforcement enhancement to be offered at CWC under the current Organizational Management and Leadership Bachelor of Applied Science Degree.

CWC announces Spring 2022 President's and Dean's list honorees

June 17, 2022

The 2022 Spring semester grades have been computed and more than 215 students have earned the honor of appearing on the president’s and the dean’s list at Central Wyoming College.

Central Wyoming College hires Westmoreland to lead the Lady Rustlers

June 10, 2022

Layton Westmoreland has been hired as the next head coach for the Lady Rustlers basketball program.

CWC names new Golf Coach

June 6, 2022

After an up and down season for the Central Wyoming College golf teams this past season, filled with emotion and anguish for some Rustler golfers, the team has finally landed on a new head coach to take over for interim head coach Jorden James.

CWC Science Cohort returns from the World’s Highest Mountain

June 3, 2022

Central Wyoming College has been trying their hardest to keep up with everything that their students want to do under their roof, whether that be sport related or educational but they truly outdid themselves this past month when they sent some of their Indigenous students to Mount Everest in the Himalayas to conduct climate research.


June 1, 2022

Riverton, Wyo. -- A professor and five students from Central Wyoming College have completed an expedition to the world’s tallest mountain.

CWC Alpine Science Institute’s Native American Students worked on Mt. Everest last month

June 1, 2022

Professor Jacki Klancher, Director of Instruction and Research at the college’s Alpine Science Institute, led the CWC cohort, accompanied by indigenous students Jada Antelope, Aidan Darissa Hereford, Red Thunder Spoonhunter, and Antoine Day, and one non-Indigenous student, Ryan Towne.