Sheridan College announces fall 2018 honor rolls

Sheridan College is pleased to recognize students named to the fall 2018 honor rolls. There are 110 students on the President’s Honor Roll, 150 on the Vice President’s Honor Roll, and 54 on the Part-Time Honor Roll. For full-time students to earn a place on the President’s Honor Roll, they must maintain full-time enrollment by 

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America’s Promise grants connects NWCCD students with education, jobs

Depending on their area of study, Northern Wyoming Community College District students have the opportunity to receive funding for college through America’s Promise grants. NWCCD is the lead college in a four-college consortium across Wyoming and Montana, in partnership with Casper College, Laramie County Community College, and City College of Montana State University – Billings. 

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Viol de Gamba Leads Colton Hodge ‘18 to New Heights

Colton Hodge was not a musical prodigy; he didn’t even learn to read music until a few years ago. But his natural talent and passion for music eventually led him to master the viol de gamba. Hodge graduated from Sheridan College with an Associate of Fine Arts in Music in 2018. He just finished his 

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Celsey Martin is on her way to becoming a welding inspector

Celsey Martin’s dad taught her how to weld growing up on her family ranch near Shoshoni, Wyoming. She received both an Associate of Applied Science in Welding  and an Associate of Applied Science in Machine Tool Technology from Sheridan College. Now that she has added machining to her skillset, she has even taught her dad 

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Buffalo students’ coding app wins Wyoming Congressional App Challenge

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 13, 2018 The five Buffalo High School students in the Girls Who Code Club received some exciting news from Washington, D.C., last week. An app they created for Buffalo Senior Center’s Meals on Wheels program won the Congressional App Challenge for the state of Wyoming. Sheridan College instructor Mark Thoney worked 

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NWCCD instructor recognized for excellence in distance education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 10, 2018 Dr. Rachel Kristiansen, a Sheridan native and full-time Northern Wyoming Community College District faculty member, was recently selected as the 2018 NWCCD Master Distance Educator of the Year. The Wyoming Distance Education Consortium awards one faculty member nominated by each of the seven community colleges and the University of 

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Sheridan College to host Parent Information Night next week

Nov. 28, 2018 Sheridan College invites all prospective Sheridan College students and their families to Parent Information Night on Dec. 5 at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held in the Whitney Academic Center Atrium and is free and open to the public. Attendees will learn everything they need to know to prepare to enroll 

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