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College and Career Readiness Center

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CWC College & Career Readiness sites in Riverton, Lander, Jackson, Thermopolis, Fort Washakie, and Dubois are ready to enroll students for fall instruction. Students who are interested in instruction to complete their high school equivalency certificate should plan on completing registration as soon as possible.

Due to the health crisis, our instruction will likely be conducted through a combination of face-to-face classes and remote instruction, which means we will work with you for instruction, study materials, and testing through a combination of in-person and virtual methods.  
 
If you are interested in instruction, please contact Michael Konsmo at mkonsmo@cwc.edu or 307-855-2189.  Please leave a phone message or send an email with your name, phone number, and email address so that we can contact you as soon as possible.  
 
Helpful reminders to get ready for summer instruction:
1. Make sure to set up your phone's voicemail, so that we can leave you messages if needed. 
2. If possible, make sure you have a computer, WIFI, and phone data ready to go.
3. If you do not have an email address, please create an email address. 
4. If you don't have these technology options or need help creating these technology options, we will work with you to create these options. 


Mike Konsmo
Director of College and Career Readiness
Central Wyoming College
Phone: 307-855-2189
Email: mkonsmo@cwc.edu

How to Register

CWC-Riverton

Registration for HISET instruction at CWC-Riverton begins August 31. 

Students may drop-in for registration anytime during the dates and times listed below:

Monday, August 31 to Thursday, September 3:  900AM to 300PM

Monday, September 7 to Thursday, September 10:  900AM to 300PM

Monday, September 14 to Thursday, September 17:  900AM to 300PM

 

For more information about HISET instruction at CWC-Riverton, please contact:

Michael Konsmo/Phone: 307-855-2189/Email: mkonsmo@cwc.edu

Flo Webb/Phone: 307-855-2193/Email: fwebb@cwc.edu

 

Fort Washakie Learning Center

Registration for HISET instruction at Fort Washakie Learning Center will begin on September 1. 

For more information, please contact Caroline Mills at 307-335-7639 or cmills@easternshoshone.org

CWC-Lander

Registration for HISET instruction (both face-to-face & online instruction) for students at CWC-Lander will be conducted by appointment. 

For more information about HISET instruction at these CWC outreach sites or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Michael Konsmo/ Phone: 307-855-2189/Email: mkonsmo@cwc.edu

Lisa Hillmer/Phone: 307-855-2337/Email: lhillmer@cwc.edu

CWC-Jackson

Registration for HISET instruction (both face-to-face & online instruction) for students at CWC-Jackson will be conducted by appointment. 

For more information about HISET instruction at these CWC outreach sites or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Michael Konsmo/ Phone: 307-855-2189/Email: mkonsmo@cwc.edu

Lisa Hillmer/Phone: 307-855-2337/Email: lhillmer@cwc.edu

CWC-Dubois

Registration for HISET instruction (both face-to-face & online instruction) for students at CWC-Dubois will be conducted by appointment. 

For more information about HISET instruction at these CWC outreach sites or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Michael Konsmo/ Phone: 307-855-2189/Email: mkonsmo@cwc.edu

Lisa Hillmer/Phone: 307-855-2337/Email: lhillmer@cwc.edu

Thermopolis

Registration for HISET instruction (both face-to-face & online instruction) for students in Thermopolis will be conducted by appointment. 

For more information about HISET instruction at these CWC outreach sites or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Michael Konsmo/ Phone: 307-855-2189/Email: mkonsmo@cwc.edu

Lisa Hillmer/Phone: 307-855-2337/Email: lhillmer@cwc.edu

Class & Lab Hours

Day
Class Hours
Open Lab Hours
Monday
8:00am-Noon
1:00-3:00pm
Tuesday
8:00am-Noon 1:00-3:00pm
Wednesday
8:00am-Noon 1:00-3:00pm
Thursday
CLOSED 1:00-3:00pm
Friday
CLOSED 
CLOSED 

Contact Information:
307-855-2193

Day
Class Hours
Evening Hours
Monday
8:00am-3:00pm 4:00-7:00pm
Tuesday
8:00am-12:00pm
CLOSED
Wednesday
8:00am-1:00pm 4:00-7:00pm

Contact Information:
307-855-2337

Day
Class Hours
Monday
1:00-4:00pm
Tuesday
1:00-4:00pm
Wednesday
1:00-4:00pm
Thursday
1:00-4:00pm
Friday
CLOSED

Contact Information:
12 N. Fork Road
Ft. Washakie, WY
307-335-7639

Day
Class Hours
Monday
By appointment- Call Cindy Jackleen at (307) 248-2944 or email cindyjackelen@gmail.com
Tuesday
By appointment 
Wednesday
By appointment 
Thursday
By appointment 
Friday
By appointment 

Contact Information:
307-855-2189

Day
Class Hours
Monday
5:00-8:00pm
Tuesday
5:00-8:00pm
Wednesday
5:00-8:00pm
Thursday
No Instruction
Friday
No Instruction

Contact Information:
307-200-6154

Day
Class Hours
Monday
Closed 
Tuesday
Noon-3:0pm 
Wednesday
Noon-3:00pm  
Thursday
Noon-3:00pm  
Friday
Closed 

Contact Information:
Help Center at Common Ground
124 N. 5th Street
307-864-3851

Students must be 18 years of age or older to take the High School Equivalency Test Battery without restriction. Students who are 16 or 17 years of age and not attending high school may qualify for an age waiver from the Wyoming Community College Commission. Qualification depends upon attainment of required scores on an assessment test.

Preparation for the High School Equivalency tests is offered in classes or as individualized instruction during the daytime or evening hours at the College and Career Readiness Centers in the CWC service area. There is a registration fee each semester for enrollment in the program; however, no student will be denied access because of an inability to pay. Expect to complete at least 50 hours in class before testing.

The High School Equivalency Test Battery covers five areas: Language Arts–Reading, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts-Writing, and Math. There is a $10 fee for each subject test and a one-time $15 test center fee. Registered students who qualify will be assisted with the testing fee.

Adult Education and High School Equivalency testing are also provided by outreach centers in Jackson, Lander and Ft. Washakie.

Accommodations can be provided to students with documented disabilities. Disclosure of a disability is voluntary. Accommodations are provided only to students who request them.