Eastern Wyoming College is a public, two-year community college located in Torrington, Wyoming. Founded in 1948, Eastern Wyoming College serves the counties of Converse, Platte, Crook, Niobara and Weston. EWC’s mission is to provide appropriate and affordable education to meet the needs of the community. Students at Eastern Wyoming College can earn their associate degree in addition to post-secondary certificates and diplomas. Eastern Wyoming College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Eastern Wyoming College is a small institution with around 1,600 undergraduate students. The average age of the EWC student body is around 29 years old and 22 years old for full time students. Although the majority of the student body is full time, almost 40 percent of students are part time. There are more women than men at Eastern Wyoming College with a roughly 60:40 ratio. Over 80 percent of the students at EWC are Caucasian but also includes small percentages of Hispanic, African American and Native American ethnicities. About 90 percent of the student body is from Wyoming.
Students interested in enrolling at EWC must fulfill several requirements. Applicants must first complete the online application form. Next, students are highly encouraged to send their high school transcripts or their equivalency. Additionally, students who have attended other colleges and universities should send those transcripts as well. If students have taken the SAT or ACT, the official scores should be sent to the college. It is important to note that these scores are not used for admission purposes.
Tuition and fees as a full-time, in-state student and a full-time, out-of-state student is around $2,400 and $6,000 respectively. Part-time students calculate tuition at a cost per credit hour basis. In-state, part-time tuition is $75 and out-of-state, part-time tuition is $225. Students at EWC can apply for Federal Financial aid, grants, private loans, scholarships and federal work-study programs. EWC determines need-based aid by looking at academics, leaderships, alumni affiliation and athletics.
Students at EWC can earn their associate degree in a variety of areas including business, criminal justice, accounting, history and computer science. Associate degree programs require students to complete a minimum of 60 credit hours. Some of the certificate programs offered at EWC include cosmetology, entrepreneurship, technology and agricultural production.
Students interested in a degree or program from Eastern Wyoming College should request more information.
Converse, Platte, Crook, Niobara and Weston Counties
Sector Of Institution:Public, 2-year
Highest Level Of Offering:Associate's degree
Geographic Restrictions:Converse, Platte, Crook, Niobara and Weston Counties
Adult Age Enrollments:389
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