Sheridan College Tree Campus USA honor

For the eighth consecutive year, Sheridan College has earned the distinction of Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, celebrating the college’s commitment to tree management. Eight years ago, Sheridan College became the first college in the state of Wyoming to earn the recognition. There are currently 48 states with universities and colleges that 

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Sheridan College announces 2021 distinguished alumni

“Sheridan College is part of my life. It has always been a part of my life, and always will be, professionally and personally.” Sheriff Allen Thompson, class of 1996, has dedicated his life to serving his country and his community with professionalism and excellence. Sheridan College Criminal Justice Department head Jonni Joyce nominated Thompson for 

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Sheridan College Weekend Welding info session next Wednesday evening

Sheridan College is graduating its first cohort of Weekend Welding Certificate students this spring. Eight students will receive their certificates and be ready for a career in welding after the year-long program the college launched last year. Designed for working adults, the Weekend Welding Certificate prepares students for entry-level work in welding. Registration opens April 

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Wyoming’s public colleges and university offer easy on-line transfer tool

Wyoming’s public colleges and university have launched a new website that makes it easier to plan and manage college credit transfer. WyoTransfer at https://WyoTransfer.org, allows learners to explore the courses, programs, and services offered at Wyoming’s seven community colleges and the university in Wyoming. The site makes it easier for learners to evaluate how the 

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Sheridan College science lecture to explore local drinking water

The spring 2021 Sheridan College Museum of Discovery Science Lecture Series begins on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. with an online lecture titled “Your Local Drinking Water – Sheridan Municipal Watershed: Its Source, Threats, and Proposed Actions on the Bighorn National Forest” by Matt Enger, USFS hydrologist, and Jon Warder, USFS forest fire management 

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NWCCD, Wyoming community colleges deliver Adult Education results

The National Reporting System for Adult Education performance reports ranked Wyoming seventh nationally for its Adult Education program for fiscal year 2017/18. Operated by the state’s community colleges, the program served nearly 1,900 Wyoming adults in fiscal year 2018/19, more than the largest high school in the state. Of those participating, 468 adults received their 

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NWCCD will move to online instruction, remote operations in accordance with plan

Northern Wyoming Community College District campuses will transition to online instruction and remote operations starting Nov. 30 in accordance with the District’s plan in response to COVID-19. Sheridan College, Gillette College and Sheridan College in Johnson County students will finish the fall semester online after Thanksgiving Break through the end of the semester on Dec. 

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NWCCD celebrates Native American Heritage Month with film

November is National Native American Heritage Month, an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary contributions and accomplishments of First Nations and indigenous communities. Northern Wyoming Community College District is celebrating safely amid the pandemic by sponsoring two films this month. South Dakota Public Broadcast’s new award-winning documentary “Red Bow”, about country music singer/songwriter Buddy 

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NWCCD receives Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention

Northern Wyoming Community College District has been named a recipient of the Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention. Presented by EVERFI and Parchment, the CPN Seal of Prevention is awarded to institutions of higher education that have demonstrated a commitment to digital prevention programs tied to student safety, well-being and inclusion. NWCCD was the only 

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