Apply To Western
Follow the 5 steps below in Applying, Enrolling, and Registering to become a Mustang at Western Wyoming Community College.
1. Complete a Western Wyoming Community Web Application. Required for all new and returning students.
Submit an Mustang Admissions Application. This form is for all students planning to attend full-time (12 credit hours or more per semester) or are degree seeking. If you are planning to attend part-time (11 or fewer hours) and are not degree seeking, please use use the Part-Time Registration Form.
Before you begin the application process, you will need to create an account. The application is FREE and will take you approximately 15 minutes to fill out. Submit the application online and print a copy of the confirmation page for your records. Be sure to check your account often to check your application status. Once you are accepted to Western, you will be provided your Western email address for all future communications.
2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) As early as possible.
Complete and submit a free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or pick up FAFSA forms in the Financial Aid Office located in Mustang Central. For scholarships, majority of applications open in December and close April 1st. See the Scholarship Page for a full list of opportunities and guidelines.
3. Meet with an Advisor.
New students pursuing a certificate/degree/transfer program are required to see a Mustang Success Advisor for academic advising and to determine your Academic Pathway. Prior to your appointment you can review the Western 2019-2020 Catalog and the Academic Class Schedule. To schedule an appointment, call (307) 382-1660 or email email@example.com. Visit the Mustang Success Page for more information. You will also be guided on taking placement tests to help assign you to a level of courses.
4. Register for Western classes.
Register for your classes using the Self-Service menu in MyWestern located on upper right hand corner. No payment is due at the time of registration if you are registering before the payment deadline established for that semester. Make sure to check your schedule for accuracy.
5. Attend Western Orientation.
New students pursuing a certificate/degree/transfer program are required to attend orientation. You will be sent information via your Western email account. Check this account frequently during the weeks leading up to the first day of class.