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Why This Matters


    The four-year colleges in Wyoming include a traditional university as well as some community colleges that offers bachelor’s degree programs.


    For the 2022-23 school year, the average in-state tuition for public four-year colleges in Wyoming is $6,441, according to College Board.


    In the U.S., full-time undergraduate students attending college in 2021-22 received an average of $15,330 per year in financial aid.

Our Research

This list features some of the best brick-and-mortar colleges in Wyoming. Each school featured is a nonprofit, accredited institution — either public or private — with a high standard of academic quality. We included liberal arts colleges and research universities as well as small, midsize, and large institutions. Next, we compared this comprehensive list to a list of aggregated college rankings from reputable publications, such as U.S. News & World Report, to simplify a student’s college search. We pored through these rankings so students don’t have to.

The colleges on our list are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) — this organization examines the objectives, quality, and overall effectiveness of postsecondary education programs in the central United States.

We evaluated each school on tuition costs, admission standards, retention and graduation rates, faculty, and reputation as well as the resources and services provided for on-campus students. Then, we used this information to calculate the Intelligent Score on a scale of 0 to 100. Read more about our ranking methodology.

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What You Should Know About Graduating From College in Wyoming

One way to make sure your college education helps increase your future income is to look at the industries and occupations that offer the most opportunities in your state and pursue a degree in the same field of study. The five largest industries in Wyoming are office and administrative support occupations, transportation and material moving, construction and extraction, food preparation and serving, and sales.

The five fastest-growing jobs in Wyoming that typically require a bachelor’s degree are information security analysts, materials engineers, construction managers, management analysts, and market research analysts.

It’s also worth noting that there are many large employers in the state, including the Albright Visitor Center, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Axafina, Jackson Lake Lodge, and Walmart.

What’s Next?

Students interested in attending college in Wyoming have a number of scholarship, grant, and other financial aid programs available to them. The resources listed below can help you find opportunities for funding your education:

  • Wyoming Hathaway Scholarship Program. This scholarship program helps high school students who meet certain academic standards as well as those with unmet financial need pay for college.
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Provided by the U.S. Department of Education, FAFSA is the main form students use to apply for financial aid for college. To determine if you’re eligible for aid, submit a completed FAFSA form online.
  • CareerOneStop Scholarship Finder. This tool will show you available scholarships, grants, and loans and can be filtered by state and degree type. It includes information such as dollar amounts, how to apply, qualifications, deadlines, and contact details.

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