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College adding four new degree programs to lineup

Courses focus on film and communications

Five new programs are coming to Central Wyoming College after garnering approval from the CWC Board of ...

At 'dialogue dinner,' CWC hears concerns, compliments

Central Wyoming College's board of trustees held a dinner meeting Wednesday, inviting local leaders to discuss the state of the college -- and what the school ...

CWC may send local teachers back to school to meet new HLC credentialing requirements

CWC has until 2022 to meet the new requirements.


Administrators at Central Wyoming College would like to help local high school teachers obtain the ...

College set to trim another 6 percent on FY '18 budget

Revenues from the state and county and from student tuition all are decreasing at Central Wyoming College according to the school's preliminary budget for ...

Central Wyoming College nursing graduates heard applause, congratulations and advice during colorful pinning ceremonies Thursday, May 11, at the Robert A. Peck ...

CWC Jackson Center to set education as priority over parking space

The initial design document for the future Central Wyoming College center in Jackson called for 42 parking spaces, but due to space constraints at the property ...

Specs on CWC Jackson plan adjusted

As the prospect of building a Central Wyoming College campus in Jackson has become a reality, some details of the plan have been modified to fit real-life ...

CWC, Riverton NWS partner for 'Men in STEM' workshops

The target audience of the conference rotates between genders each year.

Young men from the area's middle and high schools will converge May 16 at ...

A special excise tax will pay for property acquisition, with funding for the building to be generated separately.

Teton County voters have agreed to ...

Voters to decide Tuesday on plan to pay for CWC Jackson center

On Tuesday, voters in Teton County will decide whether to use money from a special purpose excise tax to buy property for a new Central Wyoming College center ...

CWC names professors emeriti

From staff reports

Two retired teachers have been designated professors emeriti at Central Wyoming College.
The honor is conferred to professors who have ...

College gets a lower bid for audit, sticks with known firm

The audit firm that has served Central Wyoming College for the past decade will stay on for another three years.
The CWC Board of Trustees re-hired McGee, ...

BOCHES revenues down again as levy values continue to fall

Funding for the Central Wyoming College Board of Cooperative Higher Educational Services will be down again next year due to a continued decrease in local mill ...

College theater showcase features 6 original scripts

Ten different student directors are involved in creating the performances.

The Central Wyoming College theater department will present Showcase 2017 ...

New regs on joint offerings affecting CWC enrollment

At issue is a higher level of credentialing for concurrent enrollment instructors mandated by 2022.

Administrators at Central Wyoming College ...

CWC board reworks 'ends' with new objectives

Beginning this month, the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees is operating under an updated set of goals.
The trustees revised their board ends this ...

After planned cuts, CWC employment fewest in decade

Turnover for 2016 amounted to 22 percent of the college's workforce.

Fewer people are employed at Central Wyoming College this year than at any time ...

CWC raises funds for college athletes

The Central Wyoming College Foundation last month held the Rustler 400, an annual event that includes buffet, silent auction and a drawing for a multitude of ...

CWC student earns state honor

Central Wyoming College student Amanda "Amy" Chidester has been recognized asthe Student of the Year among Wyoming Community Colleges by college trustees..
A ...

CWC names gas supplier

Central Wyoming College has chosen Secure Energy as its natural gas supplier for the next two years.
Willie Noseep, vice president for administrative services ...

 
 

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