Western Wyoming Community College offers 2-year degrees and certificates via a distance. To learn more about the degrees
and certificates below please refer to the college catalog.
A.A. Degree with an emphasis in Criminal Justice
A.A. Degree with emphasis in General Studies
A.A. Degree with an emphasis in Social Science
A.A. Degree with an emphasis in Social Work
A.A. Degree with an emphasis in Sociology
A.A.S. Degree in Office Information Systems
A.S. Degree in Accounting
A.S. Degree in Business Administration
A.S. Degree in Computer Information Systems
A.S. Degree in Marketing
A.S. Degree with emphasis in General Studies
Accounting Certificate (one-year)
Digital Design Technologies (20-hour)
Emergency Management Certificate
Journalism Certificate (15-hour)
Web Site Development Certificate (18-hour)
Western American Studies Certificate (15-Hour)
Bachelor and Master Degree Programs Online
WWCC has developed relationships with four-year colleges and universities to provide opportunities for Western graduates and
other community members who wish to continue their education by pursuing baccalaureate and masters degrees while remaining
in Rock Springs or Green River.
Below are the universities that provide opportunities for you to complete a bachelors or masters degree locally. Some of
the courses meet on the Rock Springs campus at specific times, but some you can complete at home at your own speed.
On Campus (physical presence) Student Grievance Procedure
Students who believe the college or its employees have treated them unfairly or
inequitably may seek resolution through the student grievance policy. The full policy and
procedures are available online.
The Vice President of Student Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) is available to
review the policy with students. Students may not grieve college policies, procedures, or
regulations or sanction issued for code of conduct violations. Grievances may be addressed
through an informal resolution, formal resolution, or grievance hearing.
Distance Education Student Grievance Procedure
In the case of a student who is taking a distance education class and does not live in the
area, all meeting will be via phone or digital. Please contact the Vice President of Student
Learning at (email@example.com) to
begin this process.
If a student is not satisfied with the outcome of the institutional process, the distance
education complaint may then be brought to the state agency under the state reciprocal
agreement. To file a complaint with Wyoming, contact Larry Buchholtz at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, complaints about
grade appeals and conduct complaints are excluded through the state process and need to be
settled with Western Wyoming Community College.
State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA)
What is State Authorization?
The United States Department of Education requires all institutions of higher education to
seek authorization in every state and territory in which they provide educational
opportunities, physically or virtually. Wyoming is working to ensure we comply with
regulations in each state so we can continue providing educational access to students across
SARA State Status (http://nc-sara.org/content/sara-state-status)
Wyoming is approved to offer fully online education in the following states through SARA:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska,
Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South
Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.