Colleges in Wyoming

Colleges in Wyoming

Wyoming is in the western region of the US, but is drier and windier than most states. The summer climate is largely warm, although there is a rapid cooldown at night even in the hottest areas. Winters volleys between mild and extremely cold temperatures. Most of the colleges in Wyoming are public, with a single private institution and one that’s for-profit. There’s also a tribal college in Fort Washakie. The University of Wyoming was the first college in the state, and is also a land-grant university with the most selective admissions process. Often called “Cattle Country,” Wyoming’s economy is largely supported by agriculture. Beef cattle, hogs, sheep, and lambs are top revenue sources, along with crops, primarily hay, sugar beets, barley, dry beans, and wheat. Tourism plays a significant role in Wyoming’s economy, as well, especially Yellowstone National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest, and Hot Springs State Park.
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University of Wyoming

Located on the high Laramie plains near the Snowy Range Mountains, the University of Wyoming is a land-grant institution and the state’s flagship institution. UW encompasses nine colleges and schools offering undergraduate degrees in over 80 areas of...

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I am a freshman at the University of Wyoming, so although I have not experiences finals or anything yet, I feel as if I am learning a lot. There is a good mix of professors and graduate students that teach the classes so experience different...

” – Alexis from Littleton, CO
Northern Wyoming Community College District

Northern Wyoming Community College District is a multi-campus community college with locations in both Sheridan and Gillette, WY. The institutions serve Sheridan, Campbell, and Johnson counties, conferring three associate degrees: Associate of Arts...

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Classroom sizes are small and manageable. This enables professors to take advantage of one-on-one learning. There are many resources around campus which help when having difficulty in a class. Professors are patient when a student does not understand...

” – Jamee from Sheridan, WY
Casper College

Casper College is a public, 2-year institution established in the state of Wyoming. The college offers associate degrees and certificates across all subjects, as well as programs in continuing education, workforce training, and adult education...

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Casper College has provided me with the opportunity to further my education, develop my social skills, and become an overall well rounded student. The faculty that has assisted me in my endeavors has been more helpful than I ever could have imagined...

” – Katherine from Casper, WY

Co-founded by a former state congressman, Laramie County Community College is a 2-year college with two campuses and two outreach centers in southeast Wyoming. Among Laramie County’s degree and certificate programs, the college offers three Equine...

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laramie county community college is a great place to go right out of high school. it is an easy transition into college, with small class sizes. instructors are always available to help students one on one,

” – Kaitlyn from Cheyenne, WY

Western Wyoming Community College is a 2-year community college located near the southwest corner of The Equality State. All of the buildings at WWCC’s campus are connected via indoor glass hallways, offering views of the school’s reproductions of...

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There is such a broad range of topics to study here. You will never be bored with your class selections

” – Michelle from Three Forks, MT

Central Wyoming College is a 2-year community college with a main campus and three distance learning sites. Among CWC’s 36 academic degree and certificate programs, the Expedition Science department utilizes the college’s location by organizing field...

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This past year I was very impressed with the professors and how they were teaching their classes. They each had their own way of explaining and doing different things, but each got their point across very effectively. This small class atmosphere and...

” – Challis from Kinnear, WY

Eastern Wyoming College is a 2-year community college with two campuses covering a six county area. EWC is home to seven academic departments as well as the only programs in Veterinary Technology and Cosmetology in Wyoming. EWC also features a...

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I have just graduated from Eastern Wyoming College this past May. I graduated with my Associates of Science in Accounting. I attended school out of state and it was a neat experience.

” – Brittani from Mesa, AZ

Northwest College is a public, 2-year institution established in Powell, Wyoming, with four satellite facilities in Cody, Worland, and Shoshone National Forest. NWC offers over 30 CTE degree and certificate programs, as well as 48 transfer degree...

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High standard academics for a low tuition price. Very enjoyable and friendly environment. Much easier to have one on one time with your professors.

” – Shelby from Cody, WY

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