Student Support Services
At the Northern Wyoming Community College District (NWCCD), student success is our goal. Our students benefit from a wide range of student support services designed to help them reach their educational goals. NWCCD is committed to getting students the tools they need to complete their studies.
NWCCD offers multiple ways for students to get homework help, including the Tutoring Center, Math and Writing Centers as well as the TRiO program. The District also has counseling services on both campuses for students’ use. In addition to helping current college students, the NWCCD Center for College and Career Readiness offers assistance for those looking to complete high school equivalency or gain other career skills.
Assistance with online services
The Student HelpZone provides assistance with online services to all NWCCD students. Access to technical and information support is available on days and times that are convenient for our diverse student population, regardless of location. HelpZone staff are ready to help students both remotely and face-to-face. The HelpZone can be reached by calling 307-675-0229. For hours and more information, login to the Student HelpZone on the NWCCD Hub.
Counseling & Disability
Counseling Services is a free student resource, allowing students to take full advantage of their educational and academic opportunities. NWCCD also provides assistance to students with a documented disability through Disability Services.
Earn your high school equivalency and prepare for college
Through the Center for College and Career Readiness (formerly known as the Adult Basic Education, ABE, program) NWCCD will help students earn their High School Equivalency Certification, explore career interests, and expand English language skills. Our primary goal is to prepare adult students for college. More info…