Latest news and events from CWC
CWC Hospitality Program Director, Amy Madera, decided last fall that the UW John P. Ellbogen $50,000 Entrepreneurship Competition was an exceptional alignment to the Food and Beverage Operations course curriculum.
Central Wyoming College’s nursing program allowed Mitch Long to jumpstart his career as a registered nurse (RN).
The Fremont Community College District Board of Trustees authorized a refinancing of Central Wyoming College’s series 2011 general obligation bonds during the April 21 board of trustees meeting.
Central Wyoming College announced there will be two in-person commencement ceremonies and one virtual ceremony for graduates this year. Both in-person ceremonies will be on April 30 at 4 pm and 7 pm, while the virtual ceremony will happen later in May.
Central Wyoming College will have a Disaster Drill on Thursday, April 15 from 8 am-1 pm. This disaster drill will be an educational exercise for students, partner law enforcement agencies, healthcare providers, and emergency personnel and will take place on campus near the student center and the health science building.
Central Wyoming College student, Jeremy Molt has been named a 2021 New Century Transfer Scholar and will receive a $2,250 scholarship.
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.