CWC health & safety a top priority during Fall 2020 admissions

RIVERTON, Wyo. — The primary goal for Central Wyoming College’s (CWC) response to the COVID-19 pandemic is to continue the institution’s vital mission of education while protecting the health of students, staff and the public.

Based on guidance from the State of Wyoming, Fremont and Teton Counties, the Wind River Indian Reservation, the federal government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — all students, staff and visitors will be required to wear masks on CWC’s main campus and outreach centers starting August 17.

Providing a safe and healthy learning environment for students as well as taking measures to prevent students from exposing fellow students, family members and others is CWC’s primary goal.

The rate of COVID-19 among 19-29 year-olds is rising and CWC has a responsibility to the public to do everything they can to minimize the spread of the virus.

CWC thanks everyone for their patience and understanding as they continue to respond to this dynamic and challenging environment.

For more details about CWC’s Health & Safety Plan for Fall 2020, visit the CWC COVID-19 Page.

CWC offers an educational experience that puts YOU (the student) first! For prospective students, help is available every step of the way through the application process. For more information, visit cwc.edu.

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Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College is a community college that offers both associate's and bachelor's degrees and serves Fremont, Hot Springs, and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton, Wyoming and we have outreach

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