Latest news and events from CWC
Central Wyoming College has announced it has installed AtmosAir Solutions bi-polar ionization (BPI) indoor air purification technology to provide increased protection for community members, students, teachers, and staff.
Vice President of Student Affairs Coralina Daly received news March 5, 2021 that Central Wyoming College was the recipient of a grant that will provide opportunities for Boundless Opportunity Scholarships for 2021-23 for a total amount of $25,000.
She may be new to campus, but Central Wyoming College’s Meat Science Instructor Amanda Winchester has been involved in the agricultural field since childhood. Winchester got her introduction to the industry from her father, who was the agricultural extension agent for Fremont County.
Central Wyoming College alumnus, Hadly McCormick died March 26 in a car accident on his way to a rodeo in Garden City, Kansas. The crash occurred in Haskell County Kansas.
Reid Anderson started his college experience studying criminal justice and switched to communications. Although he switched his degree he still is a big part of the criminal justice program at CWC.
As the state's COVID numbers and Central Wyoming College's numbers of active cases steadily decrease, administrators announced that they will welcome students, staff, and faculty back to campus for the summer and fall 2021 semesters. The CWC campus will be fully open by the fall 2021 semester.
Athletic Director, Steve Barlow, announced Monday that the CWC Rodeo athletes have the opportunity to participate in a documentary project developed by Best Production Company from Los Angeles, CA.
Last week, Central Wyoming College’s Instructor of Agriculture and Meat Science Amanda Winchester welcomed several vehicles and refrigerated storage trailers to the CWC campus newly branded with “Grow Your Own: Food, Jobs, Communities.”
Central Wyoming College has been awarded a $277,000 Pre-Hire Skill Training Grant from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS), effective March 1, 2021. This grant, part of the Workforce Development Training Fund, provides funding for healthcare certificate programs in high-demand occupations throughout the CWC service area.
Central Wyoming College recently added an eSports team and is competing through the National Junior College Athletic Association, Esports division. The eSports team started this spring and is being coached by Adam Simon, CWC athletic trainer.