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CWC Graduate Find His Niche in Computer Technology

June 23, 2016

St. Clair said he credits Professor Matt Herr for supporting him while he attended CWC but computer technology wasn’t St. Clair’s first choice; he began his academic career in 2012 as a music major with a goal to someday write music for television and radio shows.

Prepping with Pivots for the Pitch

June 23, 2016

Blog #8 from Jackson native Mark Wilcox on the Jackson Start-Up Institute.

Twenty-three athletes awarded for academic excellence

June 14, 2016

Twenty-three Central Wyoming College athletes were awarded Region IX Academic Awards for maintaining a GPA of 3.25 or higher and two teams have been nominated for the 2015-16 Academic Team of the Year.

4 Lazy F Corporation Makes a generous donation to CWC Foundation

June 8, 2016

The 4 Lazy F Corporation donated $25,000 to CWC's Foundation for the Heather Lynn Paul Nursing Scholarship Fund which provides scholarships for Jackson students who are pursing a degree in nursing.

Schroefel places in top half at nationals

June 7, 2016

Schroefel performed well and dominated other players from Region IX. In four rounds she finished with a total score of 258, placing 41st overall.

Determination to graduate comes at any age

June 3, 2016

From the youngest to the oldest, both had a determination to learn and have proven to be role models for students, no matter what age they are.

CWC Student hired at Riverton PD

May 31, 2016

The Northern California girl knew she wanted to stay in Wyoming and the opportunity for her to stay became a reality when she was hired by the Riverton Police Department.

Staying Flexible to Stretch Toward Goals

May 27, 2016

Blog #7 from Jackson Native Mark Wilcox on the Start-Up Institute.

Unlearning to learn; deconstructing to construct my startup

May 23, 2016

This article is sixth in the series about one students experience through the Start-Up Institute.

Tyndall to speak about environment during World Environment Day in Saudi Arabia

May 20, 2016

As an environmental advocate, Dr. Brad Tyndall, vice president for academic affairs at Central Wyoming College, has been invited by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Royal Commission for Jubail to speak about climate changes and the effects on the environment and habitat.