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Casper College, Wyoming’s oldest two-year institution, was founded in 1945 on the third floor of Natrona County High School. Natrona County High School is among the major landmarks visible from the current Casper College campus overlooking Casper. The current campus was built in the mid 1950s, and consists of 28 buildings.
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More than 10 national accreditations underscore the quality of educational programs at Casper College. More than 50 associate degree programs and 30 one-year certificate programs are offered within five academic schools. Casper College’s extensive upper division center is unique in Wyoming. Agreements with 15 universities provide opportunities to earn bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees right on campus. The University of Wyoming/Casper College Center has extensive facilities on campus.

The Center for Training and Development at Casper College contributes to economic development by providing customized training, licensure and certification for workers in a variety of energy and industrial fields.

Casper College is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.

Admissions Representatives will begin traveling in September and continue through the winter months of January.
To schedule appointments in your area contact Kyla Foltz (307) 268-2111 or via email.
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Kyla Foltz
Director of Admissions Services
1-800-442-2963 x2111

Territory includes the Casper, Glenrock and Douglas schools and western Nebraska.


Shari Greiner

Admissions Representative

1-800-442-2963 x2049

International Student Representative
Territory includes northern and southeast Wyoming, North Dakota, Central Montana, Utah, Idaho and parts of Colorado.


Mindy Carlisle
Admissions Representative
1-800-442-2963 x2491


Territory includes western and southwestern Wyoming, Utah, Idaho and parts of Colorado.


Danielle Gallegos

Enrollment Services Specialist

1-800-442-2963 x2112

She is the friendly face in the admissions office that will greet you when you arrive on campus for your tour.

High School Juniors

Recommended steps to prepare for Casper College.

  • Read about your intended major and explore career opportunities.
  • Stay on track towards high school graduation.
  • Attend a College Planning Fair and visit with Casper College Representatives.
  • Attend college and financial aid information events at your school.
  • Take the ACT or SAT test.
  • Visit Casper College and Discover how we can become your future.

Student studying in the Physical Science Lounge


High School Seniors

Prepare a calendar and complete the following items before high school graduation:


  • Take the ACT or SAT
  • Apply for Admission
  • Send official high school transcript
  • Apply for Scholarships
  • Attend a College Planning Fair in your area.
  • Visit Casper College


  • Attend Financial Aid events in your area.
  • Submit your FAFSA at
  • If you have not yet visited, visit Casper College
  • Apply for housing arrangements.

Complete the following items after high school graduation before the fall semester begins.

  • Submit your final high school transcript
  • Submit immunization records
  • Attend Registration
  • Attend Orientation

ACT National Test Dates

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Visit Casper College

General Campus Visits

  • October 24, 2014
  • April 10, 2015

Personal Tours

  • Personal Tours by Request
    M-F (Except Holidays)

Specialty Campus Visits

  • Fine Arts Audition & Portfolio Day
    (Music, Theatre & Visual Art)

    • February 28, 2015

  • Fire Science Workshops
    • April 11, 2015 (All day)


Thunderbird Gymnasium Floor

RegistrationNew Student Advising & Registration for Summer/Fall 2014

Have you applied and completed all admission steps? If yes, you are ready to complete the welcome program, meet with an advisor, and register for classes.

Admission Steps:

  • Apply for Admission
  • Submit the following:
    • official transcripts from high school/GED
    • official transcripts from colleges attended
    • current (less than 1 year old) ACT/SAT/COMPASS test scores
    • proof of measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) immunization

Welcome, Advising and Registration ProcessTBird WAY Logo Image

  • Complete "T-BIRD WAY" welcome program
  • Meet with an academic advisor
  • Register for classes

Advising and Registration Dates for Summer 2015 Semester

  • Registration begins: March 2
    Current students do not need to be advised for summer.
    Current and new students can register for summer starting at the same time.
  • First day of semester: June 1
  • Late registration: June 2
    Students can register through midnight for regular start classes.
  • Payment deadline: June 5
  • Withdrawal deadline: July 8
    Students can withdraw up until 5 p.m. this day.
  • Last day of semester: July 24

Advising and Registration Dates for Fall 2015 Semester

  • Registration begins: May 28
  • First day of semester: August 24
  • Payment deadline: September 4

Students will request an appointment using the online welcome program.

For details and questions contact
Enrollment Services
Call 307-268-2323

Central Wyoming Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) exists to provide the citizens of Natrona County and Central Wyoming quality educational services which can not be provided as effectively or efficiently by the Natrona County Schools or Casper College when provided independently.  The primary mission of the BOCES is three-fold:

a. to meet the educational needs of the community by training adult learners in programs leading to undergraduate and graduate education degrees earned in Casper

b. to meet the educational needs of high school students through cooperative articulated programs in technical and academic areas where students earn college credit while still enrolled in high school, and

c. to meet the ongoing needs of the community by serving as a catalyst for the development and implementation of innovative programs benefiting educational institutions, the business community, and the general citizenry.

Visit the International Student Website
Casper College has students from over 24 countries outside the United States including Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, England, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Macedonia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Serbia Montenegro, Sweden, Thailand, Venezuela, Viet Nam and Zambia. The college has an International Students Club which promotes friendships based on mutual understanding and respect for cultural exchange.
The world of business and industry is a dynamic and changing environment. Our programs offer a wide range of study and career choices and our faculty members take the time to help students explore the options and choose the best career path possible. Our degree programs focus on the education and skills needed in modern business and industry.
The School of Fine Arts and Humanities consists of six departments: English & Literature, Gender Studies, Music, Theatre & Dance, Visual Arts and World Languages. Each department focuses on a specialized area of Fine Arts and Humanities and each has a region-wide reputation for excellence.
Casper College's School of Health Science houses our nine health care and sports related programs. Careers in the these fields are in great demand and with a two-year degree, students have unlimited opportunities anywhere in the country. Salaries are competitive and the work is satisfying.
The School of Science houses more than a dozen strong programs in the physical and life sciences. The faculty in the School of Science include accomplished paleontologists, physicists, engineers, mathematicians and seasoned professionals from agricultural, nutrition and other industries. Students have access to modern and well-equipped laboratories in the Loftin Life Science Center and the Wold Physical Science Center.
There are numerous opportunities within the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Casper College. The school is comprised of 13 departments including: Addictionology, Anthropology, Communication, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, History, International Studies, Paralegal Studies, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology (which includes Social Work).
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