Sitting at the base of the Bighorn Mountains, Sheridan College boasts one of the most state-of-the-art campuses in Wyoming, uniquely nestled in a beautiful and lively Western town. Sheridan College’s new modern campus villa housing, attention to the arts for a creative economy, delivery of workforce solutions, cutting edge online services, and latest industry equipment set us apart. Sheridan College debuted the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center in the fall of 2013, which includes exceptional academic and student life space, as well as a replicated dinosaur skeleton, nicknamed Caesar. Sheridan College debuts the new Thorne-Rider Campus Center in August 2014, enhancing the campus experience of all students.

Sheridan College students are equipped to both succeed immediately in the workforce and transfer to four-year institutions. Students can also save up to $50,000 by starting their academic careers with the friendly, award-winning faculty at Sheridan College, as compared to other regional institutions.

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Explore our campus

We’re so proud of our campus and our beautiful location in northern Wyoming. Schedule a visit to see for yourself. You can also see a virtual tour of Sheridan College’s new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.

General Impressions, our spring welcome event, is to get students excited about attending Sheridan College and all the wonderful things we have to offer. Prospective students will meet with Admissions, Financial Aid, Residence Life, Student Life, Advising and Testing in an information fair setting. Learn about scholarship, work study, Hathaway, living in the residence halls and tour the campus with Student Ambassadors. Lunch will be provided in the new Thorne – Rider Campus Center.


Ag @ Sheridan College

Sheridan College Ag. students study in the new multi-million dollar Watt Regional Ag. Center and enjoy small class sizes with competent, caring instructors. read more

Rachael Weaver

Fine Arts

"I chose Sheridan College because it is a beautiful location and the classes are small, which means lots of one-on-one time with the instructors. Also, there are a lot of scholarships available and that's good news for any poor college student like me!