Walk-In Wednesdays at Sheridan College through August 5

Sheridan College will host Walk-In Wednesdays every Wednesday beginning July 15 through August 5 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Whitney Academic Center. These weekly registration events will give prospective students an opportunity to drop by without an appointment to register for classes and work with enrollment counselors to prepare for the fall 

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Walk-In Wednesdays at Gillette College through August 5

Gillette College will host walk-in registration events every Wednesday beginning July 15 through August 5 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Each event highlights different areas of interest and will give prospective students an opportunity to drop by without an appointment to register for classes and work with enrollment counselors to prepare for the fall 

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Industrial Electricity student changing his life through education

Graduating with an associate degree from Gillette College in Industrial Electricity changed the trajectory of Charlie Chamblee’s life. Now an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician for Kinder-Morgan, Chamblee earned his degree through an intensive cooperative program offered when he worked as a plant technician at a local mine. Because of his degree from Gillette College, Chamblee 

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Young rancher on value of higher education at Gillette College

Growing up on her family’s ranch near Sundance, Wyoming, taught Andrea Pfeil how to be persistent and overcome obstacles. Pfeil, who once struggled in math, just graduated with associate degrees in Engineering and Mathematics. “If you told me I was actually going to end up becoming an engineer or that one day I would really 

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Engineering technology student turning hobby into successful career

Designing and sewing has been an important creative outlet for Katherine Emond for almost thirty years. Now an Engineering Technology major at Sheridan College and an engineering aide at Kennon, she is turning her favorite hobby into a rewarding career. “I love coming up with an idea and creating it from start to finish,” said 

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College announces budget cuts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 25, 2020 The budget to be considered by the Northern Wyoming Community College Trustees during a special meeting July 1 includes a net decrease of approximately $3.96 million. The financial emergency declared by the Trustees on June 18 is due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as imminent cuts 

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Sheridan College’s Hayley Uecker receives national scholarship

Sheridan College social sciences student Hayley Uecker was one of five students nationwide recently selected for Optimal’s spring quarter Community College Scholarship. Uecker, from Dayton, plans to graduate in 2021 and eventually become an elementary school teacher. She will be the first in her family to complete a college degree. Optimal, an education research publisher 

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Gillette College announces spring honor rolls

Almost 130 students were named to the Gillette College honor rolls this semester. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some students must still complete in-person portions of their coursework. An additional honor roll list will be released at a later date to include those students. For full-time students to earn a place on the President’s Honor 

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Sheridan College announces spring honor rolls

Over 230 students were named to the Sheridan College honor rolls this semester. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some students must still complete in-person portions of their coursework. An additional honor roll list will be released at a later date to include those students. For full-time students to earn a place on the President’s Honor 

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