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Sheridan College in Johnson County
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Sheridan College in Johnson County (SCJC) offers a variety of personal enrichment classes, as well as courses that can be applied toward earning a degree or certificate.

We are located in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in beautiful downtown Buffalo, Wyoming, along the base of the Bighorn Mountains.

Complete your High School Equivalency Certificate, take college courses and finish prerequisites, become a CNA or EMT, or just take a class for fun. You’ll receive assistance with class registration, and there are financial aid options available, as well as career counseling – all right here in Johnson County!

Register for Summer & Fall Classes

Summer Classes begin May 13
Fall classes begin August 26.

Fall Community Interest Classes

8 Weeks, 8/26 – 10/15
8:00 am – 10:30 am, Saturdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, Room 101

CULA-1950-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Vitale, J.
Cost: $127 (WY resident) + $45.00 lab fee

Learn to make a wide variety of flavorful and consistent sourdough baked goods- including rustic country loaves, porridge breads, brioche, pizza, doughnuts, cinnamon rolls, and more. This hands-on class will cover process and technique as well as an exploration of the culture and science of bread.

7 Weeks, 10/16 – 12/13
5:00 pm -8:45 pm, Tuesdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, Room 104

CULA-1950-51 (1 credit)
Instructor: Miller, R.
Cost: $127 (WY resident) + $45.00 lab fee

Want to learn how to make some of those classic comfort foods, then this class is for you. Using local fall veggies to create soups, stews, roasts, pies, and parts of your favorite holiday meals, this course will fill your stomach and soul! Don’t miss this fun environment, whether its date night or culinary skill building.

7 Weeks, 8/26 – 10/15
6:00 pm -8:45 pm, Tuesdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, Room 102

ENTK-1950-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Wing, L.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

Wanting to take that perfect picture? Then this is your course. In this class, you will learn how to work a digital camera, take the right picture, and then crop, edit, and even print. This class is both for beginners and seasoned photographers. Students should bring their own digital DSLR camera.

7 Weeks, 10/16 – 12/13
6:00 pm -8:45 pm, Thursdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, Room 104

ENTK-1950-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Sanchez, R.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

In this course, participants will learn the in’s and out’s of drone operations and what it will take to become licensed. This class incorporates both drone flight skills and knowledge of the laws and regulations pertaining to flight

8 Weeks, 10/16 – 12/13
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Tuesdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, Room 103

PEAC-1950-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Ashley, D.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This class is designed for beginners, no stress or pressure. Participants will break down the rules of golf, putting, chipping, irons, and drivers. Students also learn the etiquette of the game. This course will be done in an indoor setting. Enter as a beginner and will be ready for the golf season in 2025!

8 Weeks, 10/16 – 12/13
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Wednesdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, Room 102

ART-1950-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Wuerker, J.
Cost: $127 (WY resident) + $25.00 lab fee

Have you been wanting to learn how to paint or are you wanting to build more skill with a paint brush, then this class is for you. Whether you’re doing this for a mental health break or to create the beginner’s masterpiece, don’t miss out as this class will fill quickly!

7 Weeks, 10/16 – 12/13
5:00 pm – 6:15 pm, Monday & Wednesdays
Locations: Buffalo SCJC, WBA Laboratory

PEAC-1294-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Lawerence, T.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This course is designed to give students an opportunity to enhance their personal wellness through the participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity. This course is designed to complement and enhance biomechanics by focusing on balance, flexibility, and strength. An overview of different styles of Yoga, its history, and purpose will be given. The postures (Asanas), breath and correct body mechanics for each posture will be addressed, along with contraindications and modification for limitations.

For those who’ve never taken a community course with us before, use the Register Now button located in the drop-down description of each class. For those of you who have taken classes from us before, log into the Hub, and register for your desired classes.

Please call (307) 684-2001, or email admissions@sheridan.edu with any questions.
Also feel free to stop by the Bomber Mountain Civic Center Monday – Thursday from 8am – 4:30pm.

You can check out our Admissions page if you have other questions.

Amanda Cahhal testimonial about Sheridan College in Johnson County“Having this opportunity locally is like a dream come true. Being in Buffalo, in a building I was familiar with, made it less scary to go to college.”
– Amanda Cahhal, Music
CLASS OF ‘23

William Mitchell testmonial“They helped me find this degree and a new passion that I can really see myself doing. It all feels life-changing.”
– William Mitchell, Rangeland Management

Kaitlin Chapman testimonial“The teachers make sure there’s a lot of one-on-one. It’s how I want to learn.”
– Kaitlin Chapman
Johnson Co. Rodeo Queen, Business

SCJC Events:

 

Johnson County Scholarship

The SCJC Advisory Board awards scholarships each year to dedicated students from Johnson County.

Veteran Scholarship

If you are a Veteran, living in Johnson County, you may qualify for the Marna M. Kuehne Endowed Scholarship for Johnson County.

Sheridan College TRIO logoThe TRIO program at Sheridan College is a service provided to qualifying students that allows them to complete their degrees and transfer to four-year institutions. TRIO takes a holistic approach to helping students achieve long-term academic goals by focusing on four core areas: academic, financial, career, and personal/social.

Current students may find more information on the NWCCD Hub.

Testing Services Available

Testing services are available by appointment only:
Call 307-684-2001 and schedule today.

Hours: 8:00am – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday

Degree Seeking Students Information.

PATH TO YOUR DEGREE

Take the next step to become a student.

> Apply

> Financial Aid

> Apply For Scholarships

> FAFSA Application
Use College Code 003930

> Schedule an Advising Appointment

Contact an Advisor

Joseph Aguirre pictureJoseph Aguirre
Director, College Success Programs
307-684-2001
jaguirre@sheridan.edu

Brianna Buckingham Sheridan College in Johnson CountyBrianna Buckingham
Retention Mentor
307-675-0143
bbuckingham@sheridan.edu

Give us a call at 307-684-2001 or submit the form below to get started!

Location

Bomber Mountain Civic Center

SCJC operates from the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in downtown Buffalo. The Center, which is utilized for college credit and community education courses as well as by the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Bighorns, is operated by the Kaycee-Buffalo-Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board. It has various classroom spaces as well as two gymnasiums.

Bomber Mountain Civic Center
63 N. Burritt Ave.
Buffalo, WY 82834

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