Each of Wyoming's seven community colleges has its own personality, core curriculum and academic environment. To find the school most suited to your goals and personal lifestyle browse the links below:
 

Casper College

Casper College


Casper College is a great choice for you if you're serious about success but don't want a lifetime of student loan debt! Casper has small town friendliness, but big city convenience. An interstate highway is on one side of town, but dirt roads into the wilderness are on the other side. Walk the mall, or walk Casper Mountain. Located in the center of the state, Casper College has more than 80 programs. Finish your certificate in one year. Finish your associate's in two years. Stay on campus a little longer and get your four-year degree or even a master's through one of Casper's partner institutions.

Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College


Central Wyoming College is located in Riverton, Wyoming, and has off-campus sites in Jackson, Lander, Thermopolis, Dubois and the Wind River Indian Reservation. The college is the cultural center for the region, with one of the finest visual and performing arts centers. CWC offers a full slate of cultural activities. Professional touring groups augment concerts, exhibits and theater productions by CWC visual and performing artists.

Eastern Wyoming College

Eastern Wyoming College


Eastern Wyoming College provides outstanding learning opportunities in a small, personalized and supportive educational environment. Its faculty is committed to facilitating learning, and is recognized throughout the state as leaders in their fields. In addition to the strong educational preparation offered at EWC, students also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of personal development opportunities. Whether focused on university transfer classes, sports such as volleyball or basketball, clubs such as rodeo or veterinary technology, or technical training such as welding or agriculture, EWC has much to offer on campus and at many outreach centers in the eastern part of the state.

Laramie County Community College

Laramie County Community College


Established in 1968, Laramie County Community College is a full-service, comprehensive community college with campuses in Cheyenne and Laramie and outreach centers at F.E. Warren Air Force Base and in Pine Bluffs. A wide range of fully accredited academic, vocational and community education programs is provided. LCCC has an annualized full-time equivalent enrollment in credit classes of more than 4,250 students in 44 academic and 55 occupational programs, and its non-credit, life enrichment and professional development classes serve an additional 3,000 Students each year.

 

Northern Wyoming Community College District

Northern Wyoming Community College District


Nestled at the foot of the spectacular Big Horn Mountain Range, the Northern Wyoming Community College District consists of the main campus in Sheridan Wyoming, a satellite college in Gillette Wyoming, as well as outreach centers in Buffalo, Kaycee and Wright. The Sheridan Campus consists of 145+ acres featuring modern well-equipped facilities and attractive grounds. Over twenty campus buildings house academic, student services and residential operations. The Gillette College campus is in a new facility built in 2003. The new campus contains cutting-edge instructional and networking technologies as well as science, presentational and video conferencing facilities.

Northwest College

Northwest College


It won't take you long to see why Northwest College is so special. It is far more than a typical two-year college. This outstanding institution has a vibrant international student population. Northwest guarantees housing on campus and helps international students adapt to an American classroom in a safe, friendly community. Work on campus is available. You'll enjoy a faculty dedicated to successful student learning, a wide variety of course offerings, and many learning opportunities outside the traditional classroom (including on-campus “theme living” in a residence hall with wings devoted to Music, Art, Agriculture, Writing and Photography). Explore these and more characteristics that give this small college its charm.

Western Wyoming Community College

Western Wyoming Community College


Western Wyoming Community College is located in Rock Springs, Wyoming, a city known as “The Home of Fifty-Six Nationalities.” The campus boasts two gymnasiums, a swimming pool, jogging track, wellness center and weight room, tennis court, soccer and softball fields. It also houses the largest dinosaur museum in the region, and an impressive collection of North American and African wildlife in the Weidner Wildlife Museum. The college offers quality instruction, small classes and individualized attention.