Central Wyoming College has Outreach Centers in Fremont and Teton counties. These centers offer both credit and community enrichment courses that are developed by local coordinators. Click on the link to the Outreach Center nearest you for more information. Enrollment in distance education and community education classes is handled by local coordinators.


Sinks Canyon Center
The Sinks Canyon Center is located south of Lander along the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River, at the mouth of the Sinks Canyon. The peaks of the Wind River Mountains provide a scenic setting for special college courses and workshops as well as a variety of public functions.

Lander Center
The Lander Center is located at 427 Main Street in downtown Lander. In addition to an assortment of community services classes, students may also take on-campus courses via the Interactive Classroom Network at the Lander Center. 

Dubois Outreach Office
The Dubois Outreach Office is located at 308 W. Ramshorn in downtown Dubois. Coordinator Michele Burdick offers both credit and non-credit courses. She is also the coordinator of Ed2Go programming and PTSB approved online classes.

Jackson Campus
The Jackson Campus is located in the Center For the Arts at 240 S. Glenwood  in downtown Jackson. Jackson serves as the site for CWC's Hotel and Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts programs.

Riverton Outreach
Riverton Community Services programming is organized through the Riverton Outreach Office, which is located in the annex of the Pro-Tech Center on the main CWC campus. Sherry Shelley develops the non-credit programming.
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