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Last Updated: May 24, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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First Session Summer 2016 Classes Begin on Tuesday, May 31, and end on Monday, July 1.

Second Session Summer 2016 Classes Begin on Tuesday, July 5, and end on Friday, August 5.

The College will be closed on Memorial Day: Monday, May 30, and Monday, July 4 this summer.

Please view the Campus Calendar towards the bottom of this page for upcoming activities at CWC.



Adjunct resources

Thank you for joining Central's team! Our instructors are critical to the success of our students as future employees and as citizens. We appreciate your efforts. 

If you are interested in becoming an adjunct instructor at Central Wyoming College, please apply online (choose faculty) and include your discipline in the application. 


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Student Engagement Reporting Process

All full-time and adjunct faculty must use this Student Engagement Process for Spring 2016 classes/students.  Please contact Lance Goede, Counselor/Student Success Coordinator here if you have questions.  Thank you.


Academic Divisions

This page is under construction, and should be updated by the end of May 2016!  Check back soon.  

Central Wyoming College has five academic divisions: Athletics, Actiities & CoCurricular (ATAC); Liberal Arts Division (LA); Commerce and Technology, Safety Division (CATS) ; Health and Science Division (HS), and Workforce and Community Education (WACE) Division. If you are unsure to which division your class belongs, see below.

Athletics, Activities & CoCurricular:  CoCurricular, Equine Studies, P.E. Activity, P.E. Varsity Activity, P.E. Professional, Political Science-Student Government.  For assistance with Athletics, Activities & CoCurricular courses, please call (307) 855-2029.

Liberal Arts: American Indian Studies, Anthropology, Art, Aviation, Communication, Early Childhood, Education Elementary, Education/Exceptional Child, Education/Foundation, Education, Environmental Health & Safety, English, Environmental Resources, Equine Studies, Engineering Science, Food Science, Geog and Recreation, History, Human Development, Humanities, Instructional Technology, Journalism, Languages, Library Science, Mathematics, Music, Personal Development, P.E. Activity, Philosophy, Photography, Psychology, Religion, Statistics, Theatre, University Studies, and Women's Studies. For assistance with Liberal Arts courses, please call (307) 855-2127. 

Commerce, Technology & Safety: Accounting, Agroecology, Ag Economics, Animal Science, Automotive Tech, Business Administration, business Office Tech, business, Computer Application, Counseling, Communication, Computer Science, Co-Op Education, Cisco Networking Tech, Criminal Justice, Economics, Emergency Medical Technician, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Fire Technology, Human Services, Homeland Security, Information Management, Mathematics, Marketing, Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Certification, Varsity Rodeo, Professional Development, Political Science, Parts Specialist, Psychology, Power Sports, Sociology, Soil Science, Social Work, Technology Exploring, Welding.  For assistance with CATS courses, please call (307) 855-2195.

Health and Sciences:  Astronomy, Atmospheric Science, Biology, Botany, Business Office Technology, Chemistry, Culinary Arts, Environment and Natural Resources, Environment Health & Safety, Geography, Geology, Health Education, Hotel Restaurant Management, Medical Assistant, Microbiology, Nursing Studies, Physics, Zoology.  For assistance with Health & Science courses, please call (307) 855-2136.

Workforce and Community Education: Construction Trades, Continuing Education, Community Service, Customized Training, Dental Assistant, Electrical, Facilities Maintenance Tech, Professional Office Specialist, Outdoor Education, Energy Industry, Health and Safety Training, Healthcare Training, Quick Start Customer Service, and Quick Start Manufacturing.  For assistance with Workforce courses, please call (307) 855-2081.



Adjunct faculty report feeling most successful when assisted by a mentor, especially if the mentor is a full-time faculty member teaching in the same discipline or department. For more information, contact your Division Dean: Athletics, Activities & Cocurricular (307) 855-2029  Liberal Arts: (307) 855-2140; Commerce, Technology, and Safety: (307) 855-2154; Health and Science  (307) 855-2031; and Workforce and Community Education: (307) 855-2206. 


The Creators

This website was created as a project for the 2011-12 Academic Management Institute by Coralina Daly, Am y Madera, and Jackie Meeker.  

Sue Thompson, Editor.  Contact Sue 307-855-2110 or e-mail at with comments and suggestions for this site.


    CWC Mission and Vision

    Mission: Enhance the quality of life through innovation and excellence in education. 

    Vision: Provide lifelong learning opportunities beyond the boundaries of time and place. 


    CWC Values

    To promote the Institutional Mission, Vision, and Goals, CWC collectively agrees to carry out the mission with the following values:

    •        Student Centered. Support students’ success and improve the quality of their lives.

    •        Excellence. Commit to high standards in providing quality instruction and services to enhance learning.

    •        Learning. Promote a blend of learning approaches to foster a learning environment for students, staff, and the community.

    •        Mutual Respect and Civil Discourse. Respect contributions of employees and students, and promote a free exchange of ideas and information.

    •        Diversity. Appreciate individual and cultural differences and respect human dignity in the service of diverse communities.

    •        Access. Provide opportunities for students to attend college and to access programs by overcoming barriers to time, place, and costs.

    •        Innovation. Recognize the importance of strong leaders, innovators, and responsible risk-takers who are persistent, resourceful, and creative.

    •        Integrity. Perform duties with respect for one another, in a spirit of professionalism, cooperation, dedication, and care.

    •        Community Building. Expand lifelong learning opportunities through economic development and promoting and building partnerships.


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