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CWC alumna dreamed of being an actress but found a real passion in art

March 17, 2020

From the time Ana Alfianu was around 16, she dreamt of becoming an actress. While she enjoyed her museum job in Romania, the Brasov High School of Art graduate had other plans for her life.

CWC Facilities Closed Until March 30, 2020 - Virtual Campus Operating

March 15, 2020

Central Wyoming College will close all physical campus facilities until March 29. The decision was made by administrators Sunday evening, shortly after CWC decided to extend spring break, March 16 through March 29. This decision is for the protection of CWC employees and the community.

Spring Break Extended Due to COVID-19

March 13, 2020

In conjunction with the University of Wyoming and the other Wyoming community colleges, Central Wyoming College will extend spring break by one week due to COVID-19. CWC’s spring break was originally scheduled for March 16-20 with classes resuming on Monday, March 23. The extension will now last until March 27 with classes resuming on March 30.

CWC's President Prepares for battle with cancer

March 11, 2020

Central Wyoming College President Dr. Brad Tyndall announced March 11 that he will undergo cancer treatments. The announcement was made at the March Board of Trustees meeting.

Rustler Spotlight: MacDowell (Mac) Whittington

March 9, 2020

MacDowell (Mac) Whittington decided to change course in his future by attending CWC for a degree in nursing. The Hailey, Idaho native who has already earned a bachelor’s degree decided to take a new career path.

Rustler Spotlight: Kyle Phister

March 5, 2020

Kyle Phister who will graduate in May with a degree in science plans to attend the University of Wyoming in the fall. His goal is to major in kinesiology and become a physician’s assistant.

The CWC Theater Department Presents Annie Get Your Gun

March 4, 2020

The story of “Annie Get Your Gun” blends romance, show business, and the old American wild west.

Rustler Spotlight: Beau Saindon

February 28, 2020

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.

Holbert Bring home classified staff of the year award from WACCT

February 26, 2020

Central Wyoming College employee Heather Holbert won the Classified Staff of the Year award from the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees on Feb. 12 in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Rustler Spotlight: Lexi Herbert

February 14, 2020

Lexi Herbert is a double major from Kinnear. The equine science and equine management major plans to become a large animal veterinarian.