Facts and Figures
number of buildings
associate degree and certificate programs
universities offering advanced degrees on campus through university partnership programs
full-time faculty with master's or doctorate degree
CC's ranking among institutions sending the most transfer students to the University of Wyoming
NJCAA regional championships
Amount of scholarships awarded for 2015-16
What kind of student am I?
First-Time College Student
High School / GED graduate, or an adult with no prior college experience. More information
Attended another college and transferring credits to CC. More information
Previously attended CC and returning after a year or more absence. More information
High School Student
Currently in high school and ready to take college credit at the same time. More information
Non-Degree Seeking Student
Not seeking a degree at CC or another college. Interested in taking credit classes for personal enrichment or career development. More information
You have been educated outside of the United States and are seeking an F-1 student visa status. More information
How do I apply?
Let us help you identify your student type so we can guide you to your path for getting started at CC.
Do you have my program?
Here at Casper College, we offer more than 50 associate degree programs and 30 one-year certificate programs are offered within five academic schools. And 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.
How much does it cost to attend CC?
Find out more about the cost of attendance and the financial aid, including scholarships, available.
How do I visit?
Choosing a college may be one of the most important decisions you make. That is why Casper College would like to extend an invitation to you to visit our campus.
What is Casper like?
Wyoming's second largest city is located in the geographic center of the state. Wyoming itself is known for its wide-open vistas, amazing scenery and western way of life. Yellowstone Park is five hours away, and Denver is a four-hour drive. Casper College overlooks the city from the foothills of Casper Mountain.