HIGH SCHOOL GRANTS

Disclaimer:  Currently these programs are limited to students from Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell County.
Concurrent Enrollment     -Contact your high school counselor
  
Classes are taught at the high school
  • Both high school and college credit is earned
  • Participation is limited to high school juniors and seniors
  • Signatures are required from the counselor or principal and the student (parent not required)
  • The College invoices the school district for tuition and institutional fees.  The student does not receive a bill for these classes.
  • A new form must be completed and submitted each semester.

Dual Enrollment     Click here for application

College courses are taught on the college campus or through distance education by a college faculty member

  • Courses will transfer back to the high school to use in meeting graduation requirements
  • Participation is limited to high school juniors and seniors
  • Eligible to receive up to 12 credit hours.  Students may divide the credit hours over the summer, fall and spring terms or they may use the full 12 credit hours in any one term.  Jump Start Tuition Grant requests are included in the allowable 12 credit hours.
  • Dual Enrollment pays in-state tuition, institutional fees, and course fees for all 1000 or 2000 level college courses that will be transferred back to the high school to meet graduation requirements.
  • Books and supplies are not covered by the college.  
  • A new form must be completed and submitted each semester.
  • A college registration form is used to enroll in classes.

Jump Start    Click here for application

Offers HS seniors an opportunity to get a “jump start” on their college education.

  • College courses are taught on the college campus or through distance education by a college faculty member
  • Participation is limited to high school seniors only
  • Credits cannot be transferred back to the high school to use toward graduation
  • Student must be at least 16 years of age
  • Eligible to receive up to 12 credit hours.  Students may divide the credit hours over the summer, fall and spring terms or they may use the full 12 credit hours in any one term.  Dual Enrollment Grant requests are included in the allowable 12 credit hours.
  • The Jump Start Grant Program pays in-state tuition for 1000 and 2000 level college courses.
  • Books and supplies are not covered by the college.
  • A college registration form is used to enroll in classes.
Hathaway Scholarship    Apply Now!
The state of Wyoming has established a generous scholarship program in the name of former Wyoming Governor Stan Hathaway that rewards eligible Wyoming High School graduates with scholarship money to attend any of the seven community colleges and/or The University of Wyoming. The program provides merit- and need-based awards to eligible students.  Wyoming high school graduates have two years from the date of high school graduation to apply for this scholarship.  This program begins with the graduating class of 2006.