A unique and new degree program that deals with Wyoming’s second-largest industry is set to begin at Casper College in fall 2020.
One day in late March, Paul Brutsman found himself part of an email chain. The thrust of the email was that the Wyoming Medical Center needed medical-grade face shields.
Casper College faculty and students are answering the call for help from Wyoming Medical Center and other essential workers in the Casper community by manufacturing personal protection equipment or PPEs.
For those who have never really tried online classes, it can be a bit of a learning curve to get into the swing of things. But, never fear, we have some tips to help you navigate through this temporary “new normal.”
Casper College is providing readers with additional information related to the media release issued earlier today from the Educational Attainment Executive Council.
Registration for self-paced classes on Microsoft Office 2019 suite applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access at Casper College’s Flex Lab for the fall 2019 semester is now taking place.
The public is invited to discover the careers available in public safety fields on Monday, April 29 from 4:30-7 p.m. during the free Casper College Public Safety Careers Night event.
A new Associate of Applied Science degree in bookkeeping and a new certificate in bookkeeping will be offered by Casper College beginning with the fall 2019 semester.
A new special topics class at Casper College, “NaNoWriMo,” ENGL 2490, is being offered at Casper College for the fall 2019 semester.
Two Casper College students, Owen Burbank and Jamey Olson, were recently nominated to the Wyoming All-State Community College Academic Team.