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CWC implements active shooter training

Central Wyoming College has been going through an active shooter training program called ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate).
Led by campus ...

CWC preparing for big dip in revenue; 90-plus ideas on table

Anticipating a revenue reduction of up to $2 million in the upcoming year due to a downturn in mineral production in Wyoming and a decline in local property ...

CWC study: Ancient Wind River dwellers might have lived at altitude all winter

Central Wyoming College student Nate Guenther is using Geospatial Information Science and Technology (GIST) and photography to gather data for a paleoclimate ...

College, UW cement ties

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has voted to formalize its partnership with the University of Wyoming on cooperative educational programs, degree ...

CWC reaccredited; concerns noted

The Higher Learning Commission Institutional Actions Council has voted to continue the accreditation of Central Wyoming College.
HLC representatives visited ...

CWC students well-prepped for university performance, stats suggest

Students who move on to the University of Wyoming after attending Central Wyoming College tend to perform better than their peers in Laramie, according to a ...

Equine Center winter jackpot series continues in February

The Central Wyoming College Equine Center is hosting a series of events starting with a Winter Jackpot series that began Feb. 6 and continues Feb. 20 and 27. ...

House introduces bill to stabilize funding for CWC, other colleges

The Wyoming House of Representatives voted Thursday to introduce a bill that would provide more stable funding for community colleges in the state.
"We ...

College signs on with GISS system to promote 'student success'

Local community college trustees plan to participate in a statewide training seminar this year designed to help them promote student success and completion. ...

Science fair judges needed Feb. 1-3 for event at CWC

The West Central Regional Science Fair is Feb. 1-3 at Central Wyoming College in the McFarland Health and Science Center.
Director Suki Smaglik is seeking ...

No competition between Job Corps and CWC, leaders say

First in a series

When the Wind River Job Corps opened last summer in Riverton, some wondered whether it would compete with Central Wyoming College ...

Class sizes expected to increase as college eyes efficiency

A new report shows a need for more efficiency in staffing practices at Central Wyoming College.
Brad Tyndall, CWC's vice president for academic affairs, said ...

Two Riverton students earn science fellowships

Two Central Wyoming College graduates are among nine recipients to receive Wyoming INBRE Transition Fellowships to study and conduct research at the University ...

New rules from CWC accreditor change faculty requirements; dual-credit big area of focus

Administrators at Central Wyoming College will be evaluating faculty credentials this year as the result of a change in standards through the Higher Learning ...

CWC auditor notes issue common to all colleges

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has accepted the school's audit for fiscal year 2015
The audit earned CWC a "good opinion" according to Wayne ...

Fewer drug, alcohol cases at CWC in '14; security staff hitting it off with students

The annual safety and security report for Central Wyoming College shows a decrease in drug- and alcohol-related arrests on campus in 2014.
The numbers may not ...

New Lander center was CWC's top construction job for year

A new facility in Lander represents the only completed construction project for Central Wyoming College in fiscal year 2015.
The Lander center was finished in ...

CWC to offer new course on tribal relations, government

A new course titled Native Nations Building will start in the spring semester at Central Wyoming College, taught by American Indian studies instructor Tarissa ...

College exceeds enrollment target for fall term; spring looking good

Central Wyoming College has exceeded its enrollment goal for the fall, and administrators say they already are ahead of schedule for the spring semester.
As ...

Cowboys defeat Utah in pool

Gov. Matt Mead's budget plan for 2017-2018 includes funding for two construction projects through Central Wyoming College.
In his budget proposal released ...

 
 

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