By Jeff Rebitski, Staff Writer

November 1 and 2 are right around the corner and with that, the registration process begins for Central Wyoming College for its 2023 spring classes. 

Its eclectic offering of classes are now available for review along with the schedule of events that are important for those who desire to further their education at the celebrated college in Riverton. The variety of classes is a tribute to the ongoing work of the entire staff to meet the needs of everyone in the region who desires to advance their learning or simply enjoy a hobby at a deeper level. With new offerings every year, there is an option for everyone. 

The collective group of staff and administrators are ready to assist you with the selection or options available for financial aid, including grants and scholarships, and will gladly meet with you to discuss each step of the way. 

Remote learning is an option for those wishing to avoid the traditional classroom environment and they can discuss that with you as well. The important dates and course information are available on the college’s website, and interested individuals may stop into the admissions office to get more information and a tour of the campus. 

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Classes that are available at CWC.

Central Wyoming College is a public community college in Riverton. In addition to its main campus, the college provides online classes and has outreach centers in Jackson, Lander, Dubois, and the Wind River Indian Reservation. The college also serves a number of people on the Wind River Reservation through the classes taught at the Frank B. Wise building in Fort Washakie. This is a very convenient location for those living in the area and offers many options for those seeking to advance their education.

Little Ray Youngchief is a full-time student at CWC and is also an Arapaho language instructor at CWC. Originally from Ethete, he shared, “I learned so much from CWC, but one thing that I’ll always remember is that it’s OK to ask for help if you don’t know something.” He credits his success to the TRiO program. TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) is an honorary program for students who are dedicated to their success as a student and offers multiple support services for academic, personal, and special opportunities, eligibility, and a computer-assisted learning lab that helps those who may struggle with technology. The program offers tutoring on a regular schedule as well. “Without them, I wouldn’t be where I am today,” Little Ray Youngchief shared. He plans to continue on to a graduate program as soon as he is done with his B.A.S. degree.