Latest news and events from CWC
The creative abilities and talents of Central Wyoming College students will be tested as they create four (or more) original theater pieces in a 24-hour period.
Central Wyoming College observes Domestic Violence Awareness Week with multiple events including the national television premiere of a documentary that tells stories of battered women imprisoned for defending themselves against their attackers.
For the fourth time, Central Wyoming College is being recognized as one of the nation’s top-10 community colleges on the front lines of digital technology.
For a second year in a row, a Central Wyoming College equine studies instructor placed first in the Ladies Open Ranch Horse competition at the Wyoming State Fair in Douglas.
A panel featuring experts from Shanghai University and the University of Wyoming discuss the relationship between the U.S. and China at Central Wyoming College Friday, October 21.
Two Central Wyoming College staff members have been selected for the 2011 Mayor’s Leadership Awards by the Lander-Riverton Business Leadership Network.
Patricia Jones, a Riverton native and former employee of Central Wyoming College, is on campus Tuesday, October 25 to discuss her first novel, Sloe Eyed Sentinels.
Central Wyoming College alumnus and former CWC Student Senate President John Kindle is ready to embark on his career as a physical therapist.
This summer is all about construction at Central Wyoming College.
Memorial services for Central Wyoming College Broadcasting Professor Emeritus Dale Allen Smith, 66, were held Wednesday, August 3 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre on the CWC campus.