ESTIMATED YEARLY COST OF ATTENDANCE 2020-2021
Students often graduate from Sheridan College with little or no debt, so after graduation you can focus on your career goals instead of how to pay for your degree!
Costs are based on tuition & fees for full-time student (15 credit hours). Costs are subject to change. Additional fees vary based on academic program. Additional cost for on campus housing.
How to Pay for College
Fill out the FAFSA
Filling out your FAFSA for Sheridan College and Gillette College will help us determine your financial assistance needs and may qualify you for additional state and federal aid.
The FAFSA school code for Sheridan College and Gillette College is 003930
Wyoming Works Grant
Wyoming Works is a grant program to help you pay for training that leads to a good job. NWCCD offers over 30 programs that adult learners can qualify to receive money to pay for college.
View the list of programs, eligibility requirements and more information.
CARES Act Grant Programs – Fall 2020 ONLY
Grant funding is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and, if received, will be taken into consideration with a student’s complete financial aid package.
Adult Education Grant Program
- Receive up to $2,500
- Wyoming resident between the ages of 25 to 64
- Unemployed or underemployed due to COVID-19
CARES Wyoming College Grant Program
- Receive up to $5,162
- No age specifications
- Available to students living on or off campus
- Funding for living expenses such as housing costs and food
NWCCD Financial Aid
It is the focus of the FAO to provide the financial resources for students to attend NWCCD, and in doing so exhibit the highest level of quality and expertise in the service we provide. Visit our staff page to find contact information for our team.For more information about Financial Aid at NWCCD, please download and read our Student Financial Aid Assistance Programs & Eligibility
Apply, transfer or check eligibility for the Hathaway Scholarship.
The Hathaway Scholarship assists Wyoming high school graduates pay for college. There are four levels offered based on your high school GPA.