Central Wyoming College will close all physical campus facilities until March 29. The decision was made by administrators Sunday evening, shortly after CWC decided to extend spring break, March 16 through March 29. This decision is for the protection of CWC employees and the community. During the physical campus closure, CWC will continue to offer virtual services wherever possible.
“In light of Governor Gordon’s recommendation released earlier today to close school campuses, we want to do what is best for our community and our state,” President Brad Tyndall said. “We will maintain the essential functions of the college with minimal on-sight staff and provide all other services digitally for the next two weeks.”
CWC will continue to operate virtually by assisting students and the community for any needs regarding admissions to CWC which includes housing, financial aid, scholarship information and other information regarding enrollment at CWC. For department contact information please go to www.cwc.edu/about/directory/. Current CWC students will receive information regarding classes from their instructors.
All students who are currently living on campus will have the essential provisions needed. The CWC dean of students will be available to assist any students living on campus. For all information regarding COVID-19 and CWC’s current status of events please go to www.cwc.edu/coronavirus.