Do you need help with veteran education benefits? Are you looking for employment opportunities at Northern Wyoming Community College District (NWCCD)? Are you trying to secure an official transcript? The NWCCD offers many services to aid students as well as employees and the community. Below please find a list of some of the services we offer. If you do not see what you are looking for, please take advantage of the ‘Search’ function found at the top of the page.
NWCCD provides a variety of services to veteran students, from helping with GI Bill benefits to helping secure state and local resources.
Career Services provides a variety of tools and support to help students connect with employers and prepare for their future career.
NWCCD strives to ensure students with disabilities have access to services that lead to independence and students’ integration into diverse learning environments.
From the ACT to CELP and PRAXIS, the NWCCD Testing Center administrates tests on multiple level for college entrance, certifications, college credit, and high school equivalency.
The NWCCD Libraries are a one-stop spot for information for learning, including books, articles, web pages, e-books, videos, and a variety of other print and digital resources. The library staff at Daly Memorial Library (Gillette College) and Kooi Library (Sheridan College) are trained to answer your research questions and are ready to help!
Looking for information on employment opportunities, benefits, policies and procedures, and other work-related issues? The Office of Human Resources works to build a respectful and supportive company culture.
Our NWCCD Business Office experts are here to help students with payments, billing, refunds, or any other related topics.
Information Technology Services (ITS) supports the District’s computer, network, technology, and application services. ITS also provides some support to group who rent NWCCD facilities and request assistance.
The NWCCD Records Office has many roles in student support and success, from maintaining course catalogs to graduation and transfer credit information. The Records Office can also verify your enrollment and help you register for classes.
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) helps middle and high school students prepare for their academic future. Our GEAR UP team of tutors and mentors assists with the financial aid process, college and career exploration, summer academies, and college visits.
NWCCD is committed to getting students the tools they need to complete their studies, including extra support such as tutoring, counseling, and college preparation.