CWC issues reopening plan for Fall 2020

RIVERTON, Wyo. — The primary goal for Central Wyoming College’s 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.

CWC’s plans will be aligned and consistent with local orders and guidelines from the State of Wyoming, Fremont and Teton Counties and the Wind River Reservation.

“The CWC Reopening Plan is a comprehensive document that outlines how we will continue the college’s focus on our mission of education while implementing changes that provide for the health and safety of students, staff and community members in our role of mitigating COVID-19 transmission,” says Kathy Wells, VP of Academic Affairs.

“It is very important that the details of our plan are followed—the safety of our students, staff, and community members is our number one priority.”

Their plans will also follow recommendations from the federal government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An understanding of the COVID-19 virus continues to evolve and CWC’s plans will be updated as appropriate and as more information becomes available.

A digital version of CWC’s Reopening Plan including cleaning procedures, food service, housing plans, and more can be seen below:

 

More information and updates about CWC’s action plans regarding COVID-19 can be found HERE.

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Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College is a two-year college serving Fremont, Hot Springs and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton Wyoming and we have outreach centers in Lander, Jackson and Dubois, each designed

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