Latest news and events from CWC
The 2020 spring semester grades have been computed and more than 180 students have earned the honor of appearing on the president’s and the dean’s List at Central Wyoming College.
In a special meeting on July 6, 2020, the CWC Board of Trustees approved a revised proposal for the 2020-21 Academic and Non-Academic Fees for Fall 2020 for the FY21 budget.
In the regular meeting on June 17, 2020, the CWC Board of Trustees faced challenging issues regarding future decisions for the college.
Central Wyoming College is starting to slowly phase its employees back to work on campus. After the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a stay at home order for most of the country this spring, CWC was one to take quick action and move workers remotely in mid-March. Since the epidemic, CWC’s emergency response team has been working on a plan to safely move employees back to campus locations and prepare for students in the fall.
Central Wyoming College and the ALICE Training Institute have teamed up to bring ALICE Instructor Certification Training to Riverton, Wyoming on July 22-23. The course will be at CWC in the health science building room 100 at 8 am.
Jade Ware, 2020 Central Wyoming College graduate in secondary education, is the recipient of the American Indian Scholar Award.
It was during high school that Morgan Vanetti realized her passion was in film. Her love for film making and seeing her work on a big screen lead her to a film degree at Central Wyoming College, the only film program in Wyoming.
Ellen Yeatman never expected her Central Wyoming College experience to have such an impact on her career.
Amidst a pandemic, social distancing and self isolation “community” has been more important than ever. Central Wyoming College has been a community for many of its students and to commencement speaker Abigail Arnold. Her speech for the 2020 virtual commencement will reflect what it’s like to be a part of the Rustler family.
The Central Wyoming College 2019-20 commencement ceremony was scheduled for Friday, May 9 however due to COVID-19 the graduation ceremony will be done virtually sometime in late June. A celebration parade is set for Friday, May 8 at 5:30 pm on main campus to honor graduates.