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Good academic showing from CWC women's sports teams

All of the athletic programs involving women at Central Wyoming College earned group grade-point averages higher than 3.0 during the 2015-2016 academic year. ...

CWC state's most diverse college; 'at risk' students are majority

A recent student profile report shows Central Wyoming College is the most diverse institution of its kind in Wyoming.
For fall 2015, more than 10 percent of ...

College maps out plan to meet accreditation mandate

A four-year strategic plan being developed at Central Wyoming College addresses several issues of concern the Higher Learning Commission identified during an ...

CWC chairman files; race shapes in District 38

Four incumbents have filed to keep their seats on the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees.
Board chair Colton Crane of Lander filed Aug. 18 for another ...

One filed so far for open CWC position

Pavillion resident Ernie Over wants to replace Heather Christensen on the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees.
Over filed Aug. 22 to represent CWC ...

CWC completes its design study for Jackson site; no location yet

A recently completed design study offers details about a proposed new outreach center for Central Wyoming College in Jackson.
State lawmakers approved ...

CWC students head off to Peru for capstone program

q The trip is their last stop before moving on to Laramie in the fall.
When Lulu Kennedy and Alex Greenwald came to Central Wyoming College to study ...

CWC hires new women's hoops, golf coaches

Central Wyoming College has hired a new women's basketball coach.
After a "lengthy search," CWC athletic director Steve Barlow said the school selected former ...

College coaches

CWC would rather not have two vacancies this time of year, but interest in the jobs is high

The fall semester at Central Wyoming College starts ...

Job Corps students organizing community powwow at CWC

The college has hosted powwows before, usually been in the gymnasium, but this one will be outdoors.

The Wind River Job Corps draws in many students ...

School, college filings open; two CWC trustees in

The filing period for general election candidates seeking office on local school boards and other districts opened Wednesday and runs through 5 p.m. Aug. ...

Slashed by millions, new college budget now taking effect

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has voted to approve the school's fiscal year 2017 budget, which has been cut by millions of dollar.
The final ...

CWC to restore orchard in Sinks

Central Wyoming College has received a grant to restore the historic apple orchard at the Sinks Canyon Center above Lander.
The $24,500 grant is through the ...

CWC set to accredit Job Corps courses

The Wind River Job Corps is working to get some of its curriculum accredited at Central Wyoming College, which would allow the center's students seeking ...

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Brad Tyndall takes over a week from Monday


Brad Tyndall wasn't planning to become president at Central Wyoming ...

CWC zeroes out $94K in bad debt; less than last year's total

Central Wyoming College wrote off almost $94,000 in bad debt for fiscal year 2016.
The total is almost 4 percent of the accounts receivable budget and ...

No changes as CWC closes out the budget

For the second time in a row, Central Wyoming College did not require any adjustments to its fiscal year budget at close-out.
The budget typically requires a ...

CWC puts new emphasis on partnering with Job Corps, unemployed

The admissions department at Central Wyoming College is partnering with Wyoming Workforce Services to help locally displaced workers go back to school.
From ...

Consider college president's comfort with region in hiring

Editor:
The president and the vice president of Central Wyoming College are leaving at the same time, right on top of making huge budget and personnel ...

Colleges losing 175 jobs state- wide in latest budget slash

Almost 175 people are losing their jobs at community colleges throughout Wyoming as a result of state-level funding cuts this year, according to Wyoming ...

 
 

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