Around Campus

In addition to clubs and organizations, engagement and service opportunities, student activities, and T-Bird Athletics, here are some additional events and opportunities for students that take place on campus throughout the year.

Fine Arts and Humanities

Expression Literary and Arts Magazine - This magazine welcomes student submissions of original work from a variety of genres, including but not limited to stories, essays, poems, screenplays, paintings, drawings, graphic designs, sculpture, jewelry design, costume design, architecture design, musical scores, and musical recordings.

Casper College Humanities Festival - This event is celebration of all humanities such as, music, sociology, film, literature, theater and history. It is free and open to the public and Casper College students.

Kinser Jazz Festival - This event is a celebration of music and music appreciation.

RedStone Recital and Gallery Series - This event is a celebration of art and music appreciation.

Zahradnicek Gallery – This gallery, housed in the music building, strives to connect visual arts and music. The rotating exhibitions provide opportunities for students and the public to engage in and appreciate contemporary art.

Goodstein Gallery - This gallery, housed in the visual arts building, functions as a central focus to the art curricula, providing guest artists and students the opportunity to exhibit contemporary art, thereby enhancing the educational experience of the art student and the public.

Health Science

Health Science Simulation Center - This center aims to improve healthcare practice by elevating the understanding, skills, and collaboration of students and professionals through informed, multimodal, interprofessional simulation education in a state-of-the-art facility. It serves many students and non-students in their education endeavors.

Science

Campus Kitchen at Casper College - The campus kitchen serves as an opportunity to put to use unused food and create an environment for nutrition education.

Casper College Greenhouse - The greenhouse is utilized to enhance biology and ecology courses at the college, along with exposing local elementary schools to a wide variety of plants and some wildlife.

Math Learning Center - This learning center is designed to be a place where students can go to refine and hone their math skills.

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Phi Rho Pi (Forensics) - This team is an organization committed to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the forensic arts.

Chinook Student Newspaper - The Chinook Student Newspaper gives students the opportunity to work in a real journalistic setting where they can have their voices heard.

Writing Center - This learning center is designed to be a place where students can go to refine and hone their writing skills.

Museums

Tate Spring Lecture Series - This lecture series provides students the opportunity to be exposed to topics that cover subjects such as geology, paleontology, archeology among other topics.

Werner Wildlife Educational Events - These events provides students the opportunity to be exposed to topics that cover Wyoming native wildlife and components of zoology, biology, ecology among other topics.

Student Life Department

Residence Hall Association - The Residence Hall association is a place where students in the residence hall can go to learn about organizational structure, living community issues, political process and leadership.

Resident Assistant Program - The resident assistant program give students hands on training and experience with communication, tactful listening, conflict management, customer service, event planning, facilitation and leadership.

Student Activities Employee Program - The student activities employee program give students hands on training and experience with communication, tactful listening, conflict management, customer service, event planning, facilitation and leadership. 

Counseling Services Department

Sex Week (Sexual Assault Awareness) - This week long program provides many opportunities for students to receive comprehensive knowledge training and awareness on sexual and relationship violence and bystander intervention among other key points.

Building a Life Worth Living Week (Suicide Prevention) - This week long program provides many opportunities for students to receive comprehensive knowledge training and awareness on suicide prevention and bystander intervention among other key points.

Learn Mental Wellness and Lighten your Load Week (Depression Awareness) - This week long program provides many opportunities for students to receive comprehensive knowledge training on depression awareness and bystander intervention among other key points.

Love Your Body, Treat it Well Week (Eating Disorders Awareness) - This week long program provides many opportunities for students to receive comprehensive knowledge training and awareness on health, wellness, eating disorder prevention and bystander intervention among other key points.

Wellness Conference - This week long program provides many opportunities for students to receive comprehensive knowledge training and awareness on many topics health and wellness related.