Federal Regulation 34 CFR 668.41-49 requires Western Wyoming Community College to provide notice of Consumer Information.
Federal law requires all colleges and universities participating in federally funded financial aid programs to make information about the institution available to the public, current and prospective students, current and prospective loan borrowers, and current employees. Western is committed to the principle of promoting access to information that will allow consumers such as students, parents, counselors, researchers, and legislators to make informed decisions about postsecondary education. This information is summarized for easy access below. Questions can be directed to the Dean of Students at (307) 382-1644.
Non-Discrimination & Equal Opportunity Statement
Western Wyoming Community College offers a wide variety of marketable, high quality Career and Technical Education programs culminating in a degree and/or certificate. Students may pursue studies in Visual and Performing Arts, Social Sciences, Science, Nursing, EMS and Paramedicine, Phlebotomy, Math, Psychology, Engineering, Exercise Science, Communication, Education, Criminal Justice, Business and Business Information Systems, Computer Science, Industry (Automotive, Electrical and Instrumentation, Industrial and Mine Maintenance, Oil and Gas, Welding, Plant Operations and CDL) as well as English Language Acquisition.
Admission into Nursing is competitive and based upon the ATI TEAS testing, grade point average, and completion of prerequisite classes. Admission into Paramedicine requires the completion of prerequisite courses and EMT Licensure.
All other degree and certificate programs require a high school diploma or equivalency (HISET). Prospective students who do not currently meet admissions criteria may sign up with Western’s Career and College Readiness to work towards a high school equivalency certificate.
Western Wyoming Community College is an equal opportunity institution and as such prohibits discrimination based on race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, political belief, genetic information, or any other applicable protected category or activity. The college ensures non-discriminatory practices in all matters relating to its educational admissions, programs, services, and activities as well as in all terms and conditions of employment.
Inquiries concerning Title IX and Section 504 may be directed to the Director of Wellbeing & Accessibility at 2500 College Drive, Room 1227, Rock Springs, WY 82901 or (307) 382-1645.
Inquiries concerning Title VI and Title VII may be directed to the Associate Vice President for Human Resources at 2500 College Drive, Room 3034, Rock Springs, WY 82901 or (307) 382-1832.
You may also contact the Wyoming Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Coordinator, 2300 Capitol Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82002 or (307) 777-3672, or the Office for Civil Rights, Region VIII, U.S. Department of Education, Federal Building, Suite 310, 1244 Speer Boulevard, Denver, CO 80204, or (303) 844-5695 or TDD (303) 844-3417.
Western Wyoming Community College ofrece una amplia variedad de programas de educación técnica y profesional comercializables y de alta calidad que culminan en un título y / o certificado. Los estudiantes pueden realizar estudios en Artes Visuales y Escénicas, Ciencias Sociales, Ciencias, Enfermería, Servicios Médicos de Emergencia y Paramedicina, Flebotomía, Matemáticas, Psicología, Ingeniería, Ciencias del Ejercicio, Comunicación, Educación, Justicia Criminal, Negocios y Sistemas de Información Comercial, Ciencias de la Computación, Industria (Automotriz, Eléctrica e Instrumentación, Mantenimiento Industrial y de Minas, Petróleo y Gas, Soldadura, Operaciones de Planta y Licencia de conducir comercial) así como Adquisición del Idioma Inglés.
La admisión a enfermería es competitiva y se basa en las pruebas ATI TEAS, el promedio de calificaciones y la finalización de las clases de requisitos previos. La admisión a Paramedicina requiere la finalización de cursos prerrequisitos y una licencia de Servicios Médicos de Emergencia.
Todos los demás programas de títulos y certificados requieren un diploma de escuela secundaria o su equivalente (HISET). Los futuros estudiantes que actualmente no cumplen con los criterios de admisión pueden inscribirse en la preparación para la carrera y la universidad de Western para trabajar hacia un certificado de equivalencia de escuela secundaria.
Western Wyoming Community College es una institución que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades y, como tal, prohíbe la discriminación y el acoso por motivos de raza, color, género, religión, nacionalidad, discapacidad, edad, condición de veterano, sexo, embarazo, orientación sexual, identidad de género, creencias políticas, genética. información, o cualquier otra categoría o actividad protegida aplicable. El colegio garantiza prácticas no discriminatorias en todos los asuntos relacionados con sus admisiones educativas, programas, servicios y actividades, así como en todos los términos y condiciones de empleo.
Las consultas relacionadas con el Título IX y la Sección 504 pueden remitirse a:
Coordinador de Título IX y 504
Oficina de Bienestar y Accesibilidad
Western Wyoming Community College
2500 College Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Las consultas relacionadas con los títulos VI y VII pueden remitirse a:
Vicepresidente Asociado de Recursos Humanos
Western Wyoming Community College
2500 College Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Oficina de Derechos Civiles, Región VIII
Departamento de Educación
Edificio de Oficinas Federales
1244 Speer Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204-3582
(303) 844-5695 o TDD (303) 844-3417
Departamento de Educación de Wyoming
Oficina de Derechos Civiles
Segundo piso del edificio Hathaway
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Student Rights & Responsibilities
The Clery Act of Section 485(f) of The Higher Education Act (HEA) requires Western Wyoming Community College to provide notice of the annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report. A printed copy is also available upon request in Mustang Central at Western Wyoming Community College.
Family Rights and Privacy Act
The Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA, or the "Buckley Amendment") protects the privacy of all student educational records and requires that students be notified annually of their rights under the law. See FERPA Student Rights and Directory Information for more information. A printed copy is also available upon request in Mustang Central at Western Wyoming Community College.
If an individual would like to make a complaint, that person can do so by submitting a report or by contacting the Dean of Students at (307) 382-1644.
Services for Students with Disabilities
For information on accessibility and disabilities, visit the Wellbeing & Accessibility Department page.
Transfer & Articulation Schools
Visit the Academic Advising page for a Transferring Out list of schools and resources.
Tuition & Fees
Visit the Tuition & Fees page for a Tuition & Fees Information.
Visit the Bookstore page for Textbook Information.
Visit the Campus Map page for an interactive campus map.
Visit the Refund Policy for information regarding refunds.
Health & Safety
Any coeducational institution of higher education that participates in a federal student aid program and has an intercollegiate athletics program is required to publish an annual Equity in Athletics report. This report contains participation rates, financial support, and other information on its men's and women's intercollegiate athletic programs. This report is available from the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Report from the Office of Post-Secondary Education (OPE).
For more information, please type in Western Wyoming Community College as the Name on this page: https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/institution/search
Financial Aid and Financial Assistance
The federal philosophy for financial aid administration is that the main responsibility for financing education rests with the student and his/her/their family. Federal aid is available to supplement families’ resources. For information on financial assistance available to students, please see the Financial Aid page.
In order for eligibility for federal aid to be determined, students and/or parents should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsaLog In | Federal Student Aid Apply as early as October 1 of each year for the academic year beginning the following fall. Since results from FAFSA are often required for institutional aid, it is recommended that ALL students complete the federal application.
Western’s federal school code is: 003933
Federal loans are a low, fixed interest option for students to supplement the cost of their education. The loans include Direct Subsidized and Direct Unsubsidized.
- No credit check or co-signer required on subsidized or unsubsidized loans
- Flexible repayment options
- In-school deferment of payment
- Requires completion of the FAFSA and other steps.
Helpful link for student loans (subsidized and unsubsidized): Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans | Federal Student Aid
Federal Direct PLUS loans for parents are fixed interest option for parents of dependent undergraduate students. Parents must be able to pass a credit check.
- Flexible repayment options
- Federally insured
- In-school deferment of payment option
- Requires completion of the FAFSA and other steps
Helpful link for parent PLUS loan: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/loans/plusApply for a Direct PLUS Loan as a Parent | Federal Student Aid
Don’t lose your financial aid: Before you drop a class, or if you receive a failing grade, make sure you contact the financial aid office to discuss the reprecussions.
Loans aren’t disbursed automatically: Unlike grants, which are disbursed automatically, for federal students loans, you must complete additional steps to receive loans.
Plan your class schedule wisely: Remember, federal aid will only cover courses that count toward your degree.
Higher Education costs vary. Tools such as the Net Price Calculator are available for students to begin planning early for the costs of attending college.
The Western Wyoming Community College Emergency CARES Grant is provided by the U.S.
Government to support students that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19
The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) is authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA), Public Law 116-260, signed into law by President Donald J. Trump on Dec. 27, 2020. In total, the CRRSAA authorizes $81.88 billion in support for education, in addition to the $30.75 billion former Secretary DeVos expeditiously provided last spring through the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116-136.
Western Wyoming Community College has expended rounds one and two of funding (HEERF and CRRSSA).
CARES Act Institutional Reporting