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Why This Matters


    Data from College Navigator shows that there are currently eight two-year associate degree programs in Wyoming.


    According to College Board data regarding the 2022-23 school year, the average Wyoming resident paid about $4,614 at public in-district community colleges.


    The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that 370,718 students attending two-year institutions during the 2020-21 school year received some type of financial aid.

Our Research

This list features some of the best community colleges in Wyoming. Each school featured is a nonprofit, accredited institution — either public or private — with a high standard of academic quality for post-secondary institutions. We included small, midsize, and large colleges as well as trade, technical, and vocational programs. Next, we compared this comprehensive list to a list of aggregated college rankings from reputable publications like the U.S. News & World Report among others 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), a reputable organization that examines objectives, quality and overall effectiveness of education programs throughout the United States.

We evaluated each school on tuition costs, admission, retention and graduation rates, faculty, and reputation as well as the student resources provided for students. Then we calculated the Intelligent Score on a scale of 0 to 100. Read more about our ranking methodology.

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Learn about start dates, transferring credits, availability of financial aid, and more by contacting the universities below.

The Top 50 Community Colleges in Wyoming

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Casper College

Sheridan College

Western Wyoming Community College

Eastern Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College

Laramie County Community College

Northwest College

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What You Should Know About Graduating From Community College in Wyoming

When deciding where to attend community college, you must consider your career and earning potential. As of May 2021, the jobs with the highest median wages for associate degree holders in Wyoming were diagnostic medical sonographers, geological technicians, dental hygienists, air traffic controllers, and magnetic resonance imaging technologists. 

Job seekers in Wyoming should also take into account which careers tend to have the most job openings. The associate degree-level occupations predicted to have the most annual job openings for the next decade are forest and conservation technicians, paralegals and legal assistants, preschool teachers (excluding special education), dental hygienists, and radiologic technicians.

In addition to reviewing jobs in Wyoming that have high employment rates, associate degree holders should consider which careers are expected to decline. Broadcast technicians are projected to have the biggest drop in employment over the next decade.

What’s Next?

While deciding between community colleges, you should consider how you are going to fund your education. Below is a list of federal and state resources that describe different grants, scholarships, and financial aid opportunities available for associate degree students in Wyoming.

  • Wyoming Community College Commission. This commission helps Wyoming residents fund their post-secondary education by providing access to resources for scholarships, grants, and state loans.
  • Federal Student Aid. Every year, the U.S. Department of Education’s office of Federal Student Aid grants over $120 billion in financial aid. Students can check if they are eligible by visiting the FAFSA4caster, and they can apply by completing the online FAFSA form.
  • CareerOneStop. It can be difficult to navigate all of the different scholarships out there. CareerOneStop, sponsored by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, connects students to information about award amounts, qualification requirements, application deadlines, and contact details. Users can even filter their searches by degree level and state.

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