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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 like Targeted Yoga for fun and personal health. You’ll receive assistance with class registration, there are financial aid options available, and career counseling, all right here in Johnson County!

Registration is open for Spring classes!

Classes start January 23, 2023.

Johnson County Scholarship

The Sheridan College in Johnson County 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.

Classes that fit your schedule and your life.

SCJC offers affordable and transferable classes. An assortment of options are available such as: community classes, evening and online courses, small class sizes, and expert faculty members in a variety of academic areas. Get ahead at SCJC!

Spring 2023 Class Schedule

Sheridan College in Johnson County class list

SCJC Community Interest Classes

8 Week Class, 1/23 – 3/14
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Tuesdays

PHTO-1990-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Wing, L.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This course is an introduction to still photography with the use of digital cameras. Students will learn basic camera anatomy and functions, lighting, and flash techniques. Specific knowledge of file formats, image editing programs, printers, and electronic output will be covered. No experience necessary – bring your own camera or equipment will be provided.

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8 Week Class, 1/23 – 3/14
5:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Wednesdays

CULA-1490-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Bayliss, S.
Cost: $127 (WY resident) + $50 Course Fee

This course introduces students to preparing classical Italian cuisine. Students will explore the many different regions of Italy and learn to prepare dishes that reflect the regions. Enrollment is limited due to pasta-making stations.

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8 Weeks, 3/15 – 5/12
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Wed.

OEAC-1990-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Buhr, B.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This class introduces anglers to the awesome sport of ice fishing. Discussions will incorporate basic knowledge about species, locations, gear, and ice safety. In addition, classroom instruction allows participants to spend time on the ice (if conditions allow).

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8 Week Class, 3/15 – 5/12
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Tuesdays

CULA-1990-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Buhr, B.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This course allows students to develop the skills necessary to experience fly-fishing in their own lives. Lessons will include a discussion of basic gear, essential safety techniques, and an introduction to the fundamental skills essential to the activity. Students will also examine outdoor ethics and any specific license requirements related to the activity. Topics related to this course will vary according to the specific activity. No experience necessary.

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8 Week Class, 3/15 – 5/12
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Tuesdays

OEAC-1990-51 (1 credit)
Instructor: Todd, A.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This course introduces students to horse packing, travel, and outdoor skills necessary for travel in the wilderness with horses. Students will learn about menu planning, equipment, supplies, and packing for the trip. Students should be comfortable with large animals, but horse packing experience is not necessary.

Animals and gear provided.

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8 Weeks, 3/15 – 5/12
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Thurs.

AGRI-1490-50 (1 credit)
Instructor: Sanchez, R.
Cost: $127 (WY resident)

This introductory course provides students with an understanding of Part 107 exam, and regulations needed to operate a drone while building basic flight skills safely and legally. This knowledge allows students to work with drones in the growing fields of agriculture, business, education, and STEM. Drones will be provided.

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For community members who’ve never taken a course with us before, use the Easy Form button. We’re excited to offer these classes right here in Buffalo. For those of you who have taken classes from us before, log into the Hub, and register for your desired classes.

Or call (307) 684-2001, or email admissions@sheridan.edu with any questions.

Check out our Admissions page if you have other questions about the process.

Contact an Advisor

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

Sergio Trocha
College Success Program Retention Mentor
307-675-0146
strocha@sheridan.edu

Contact Us Form

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

Location

Bomber Mountain Civic Center

Sheridan College in Johnson County 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

TRIO Support Services

The 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 – 5:00pm on Tuesdays & Wednesdays

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