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Local middle school students explore future career options with CWC

March 7, 2023

Last Friday, March 3, selected Jackson Hole Middle School AVID students visited the Jackson campus of Central Wyoming College to explore future career options in science, hospitality and culinary, medicine and cultural studies.

Student Profile: Anna Hutchison

March 6, 2023

Profile of CWC Student Anna Hutchison

Presidential Scholarship Winner: L'anza White

March 1, 2023

Profile of CWC Presidential Scholarship Winner L'anza White

Beloved classic comes to life at CWC

March 1, 2023

You might have every song memorized, you may spin and twirl your skirt every time you skip through a field, but if you’ve never seen “The Sound of Music” on stage, you’re missing out.

Rustler Complex an economic engine

February 24, 2023

On the Central Wyoming College’s edge in Riverton, a new, $18-million complex is taking shape, day by day, with construction expected to be completed this spring with a grand opening celebration this fall. And while the brick and mortar of the new Rustler Ag & Equine Complex (RUSLR) is exciting on its own, the vision and economic potential it will foster is much more than the 85,000-square-foot facility can ever contain.

Student Profile: Michael Lance

February 21, 2023

Profile of CWC Student Michael Lance

CWC is alive with the Sound of Music!

February 21, 2023

Profile of CWC Student Michael Lance

CWC Closed on Property for Jackson Campus; Trustees Approved new Academic Programs

February 16, 2023

Central Wyoming College Trustees Wednesday night heard from President Dr. Brad Tyndall that the college “closed on its new campus property next to the high school in Jackson” this past week.

Stories behind CWC’s “World on Fire” ICCE Everest photography exhibition about culture, climate, and “changing the future”

February 15, 2023

Telling a photographic story of science, adventure, and culture…“World on Fire” is an exhibit that showcases the journey of five indigenous students as they experienced the road to the Mount Everest Base Camp in May 2022 as a part of CWC’s Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition (ICCE) Everest Expedition Team.

Tribal Talks: Breaking Boundaries & Teton Powwow

February 15, 2023

Central Wyoming College and the Wyoming Humanities Council are offering a lecture series “Tribal Talks: Breaking Boundaries,” Thursdays, March 2, March 23, and May 4, 6 p.m. in the Teton County Library Auditorium. The presentations are free and open to the public.