Financial Aid

Although the cost of a college education at Central Wyoming College is relatively low, many students need and receive financial aid. During recent years, approximately 68 percent of CWC's degree-seeking students received some form of assistance.
Financial aid is money available to assist students with college costs. Financial aid comes from the federal government, state government, Central Wyoming College, and the CWC Foundation in the form of scholarships. Grants and scholarships are financial assistance you are not required to pay back. Federal Work-Study allows you to work and earn money to help pay for school. Loans are borrowed money that you must repay with interest.

You'll find helpful information to all your financial aid questions below and to the left.  The Financial Aid Office welcomes inquiries about the wide range of financial aid opportunities available to CWC students. If you have additional questions contact the Financial Aid office at (307) 855-2274.



Additional Information

Financial Aid
Main Hall

307-855-2092 Fax
Email: Financial Aid



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