Photo tour | Casper College, Wyoming

Photo tour

  • Casper College overlooks the city from the foothills of Casper Mountain in central Wyoming.


  • "Spirit of the Thunderbird," a bronze statue by Casper College alumnus and sculptor Chris Navarro, was inspired by CC's original Heyoka mascot costume.

  • The Student Union-UW/CC building, one of 28 buildings on the Casper College campus, welcomes students, family, alumni and faculty to the heart of campus.

  • The T-Bird Nest in the Student Union is one of CC's many great places for students to study and visit.

  • The Thorson Business Institute is home to many School of Business and Industry programs, which offer a wide range of study and career options.

  • Students have direct access to exemplary faculty and resources including, pictured here, an inter-professional Health Science Simulation Center that is part of the School of Health Science.

  • A snowy sunset near the President's Garden.

  • Year-round, Casper College offers academic, cultural and entertainment events in the Wheeler Concert Hall and other venues across campus.

  • The Essence of Rex statue, located prominently outside the front of the Tate Geological Museum.

  • The Goodstein Foundation Library provides a 66,000 volume collection of materials specially selected to serve the students and faculty of Casper College. Our book collection is supplemented by more than 400 library databases and 1,200 electronic journals. In addition, we can provide access to articles via approximately 70 print journals, Interlibrary Loan and commercial document delivery. The Library provides an extensive program of library instruction in conjunction with various faculty and departments.

  • The Tobin Dining Hall is conveniently located in the Student Union and is one of several dining options on campus.

  • Flames from the fire ring in front of the Student Union-UW/CC building flicker in the evening breeze.

  • 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.

  • Students act out a courtroom scene as part of the paralegal program in the School of Social And Behavioral Sciences. Many students earn their associate degree at Casper College and then transfer to a four-year institution.

  • The Walter H. Nolte Gateway Center includes a variety of offices and services that support Casper College students, plus classrooms, quiet study spots with scenic overlooks, and even a coffee stand.

  • CC has a wide variety of activities and opportunities for students, including 40 campus clubs, 30 intramural sports leagues and tournaments, and 50 on-campus special events and activities.

    Pictured here, fall is a great time of year for a bike ride on the Platte River Trails to see Casper's colorful fall foliage.

  • If you live in Wyoming or have visited, then you know that it's one of the world's most remarkable places for natural beauty and recreation. If you haven't been here, then we can't wait for you to experience it.

  • Casper College provides educational opportunities to address local and regional employment needs. Pictured here, students work on a vehicle as part of the Automotive Technology program.

  • Campus housing at CC includes the Residence Hall, pictured here, as well as several apartment buildings.

  • Every year, more than 430 students call the Residence Hall "home."

  • The "Swede" Erickson Thunderbird Gym is home to the volleyball team and men's and women's basketball teams.

  • Students enthusiastically cheer during a homecoming basketball game.

  • A Casper College bull rider competes in the local Ropin' and Riggin' Days Rodeo, which takes place in April every year.


  • Students participate in a class held in the Werner Agriculture Pavilion.

  • The Casper College greenhouse is operated by the Department of Environmental and Natural Science.

  • The T-Bird Fitness Center will fulfill all your fitness needs.

  • A fresh dusting of snow outside of the Music Building. The School of Fine Arts and Humanities has a region-wide reputation for excellence.

  • The Casper College Bookstore will have all the supplies you need to success in class. Don't forget to stock up on your Thunderbird memorabilia, too!

  • Art exhibits are always on display in the Mildred Zahradnicek Gallery and the Goodstein Gallery.

  • Students take a break from their studies to hang out at a local coffee shop. Located in the center of the state, Casper serves as the economic and cultural hub of Wyoming.

  • Spring break isn't the only time Casper College students can experience the outdoors. Pictured here, students learn first-hand about ecology on Casper Mountain.

    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.

  • The city of Casper, from an overlook on Casper Mountain.