Wyoming Works Grant

Wyoming Works is a state grant program and resources targeted at adult students to advance their skills in areas that lead to secure employment.

Award amounts vary, up to $1680 per student per semester. Space and grant funding is limited. Funding is only guaranteed for one year.


Apply to Casper College


File your FAFSA

Casper College School Code: 003928


Apply for Wyoming Works

Available Wyoming Works programs at Casper College:

  • Addiction Studies AS, Certificate
  • Agri-business AAS
  • Auto Body Repair Technology AAS, Certificate
  • Automotive Technology AAS, Certificate
  • Bookkeeping AAS, Certificate
  • Computer Science AS
  • Construction Management AS
  • Construction Technology AAS, Certificate
  • Criminal Justice AAS
  • Cybersecurity AS, AAS, Certificate
  • Diesel Power Technology AAS, Certificate
  • Electrical Apprenticeship Certificate
  • Electronics Technology AAS
  • Engineering Tech & Design AAS
  • Hospitality & Tourism Management AAS
  • Leadership & Organizational Management AAS
  • Machine Tool Tech AAS, Certificate
  • Manufacturing & Automation Technology AAS, Certificate
  • Medical Laboratory Technician AS *
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant AS *
  • Paralegal AA, Certificate
  • Paramedic Technology AS *
  • Pharmacy Technology AS *
  • Phlebotomy Certificate *
  • Radiography AS *
  • Respiratory Therapy AS *
  • Software Application & Support AAS, Certificate
  • Web Design AAS, Certificate
  • Welding Technology AAS, Certificate

* Additional program application and acceptance required.

Who is eligible for a Wyoming Works grant?

  • Must complete the FAFSA form, showing financial need
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must be a Wyoming resident
  • As required, must be registered with the selective service
  • Must maintain satisfactory academic progress

Who is not eligible for a Wyoming Works grant?

  • Cannot be currently receiving or eligible to receive the Hathaway scholarship
  • Cannot be currently in default on a federal Title IV education loan
  • Cannot owe a refund under a federal Title IV student financial aid program or a subsequently enacted similar federal student financial aid program, or a student financial aid program administered through the State of Wyoming

About Wyoming Works

The Wyoming Works Program began as Senate File 122 (SF122) in Wyoming’s 65th Legislature. After passing both the House and Senate in February 2019, it was signed by Governor Gordon as Senate Enrolled Act 78 (SEA78). The legislation includes a $5 million appropriation; $3 million of which will used for individual student grants, and the balance will support program development.  Allocation details will be managed by the Wyoming Community College Commission, as these monies will be distributed among all seven Wyoming community colleges.

Note: Additional programs, which will also qualify for Wyoming Works grants, are under development. Please check back or inquire with Enrollment Services regarding new programs.

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