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Wyoming Community College Commission
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming took a big step this legislative session toward funding community colleges based on student outcomes rather than enrollment.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming community colleges are looking to start a new program that aims to increase the number of students successfully completing college.
CHEYENNE — Tuition is set to increase next fall for Wyoming community college students.
CHEYENNE -- The director of the Wyoming Community College Commission says the state should require remedial courses for affected students while still in high school rather than waiting until they enter college.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Two building proposals at Laramie County Community College top the list of 10 capital construction projects recommended by the Wyoming Community College Commission.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- The newly appointed interim director of the state Department of Education has a lot of homework to do.
RIVERTON — The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees says it favors a 5 percent tuition increase for community college students next year.
RIVERTON, Wyo.- Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips has sided with Central Wyoming College in Riverton in a disagreement over how to pay for a new health and science education building.
CHEYENNE — An 8-percent budget cut would cost Wyoming's seven community colleges about $9.1 million and would mean cutbacks for nursing and veterans tuition waiver programs.
CASPER, Wyo. — State officials say there needs to be a greater effort to simplify funding and governance of Wyoming's community colleges.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Community College Commission is considering a $4 per credit hour tuition increase for resident students.
CHEYENNE — Administrators at the Wyoming Community College Commission and the University of Wyoming are drawing plans for different budget cut scenarios.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The state's top elected officials Wednesday refused to move forward with a request from the Wyoming Community College Commission for nearly $9 million to finance 14 new construction projects.
CASPER, Wyo. — Fourteen community college capital construction projects will move forward for consideration by the state lawmakers.
POWELL, Wyo. —Northwest College in Powell will ask the Wyoming Community College Commission to consider a proposal for a new $14 million classroom and laboratory facility.
Laki Duracoski admits that he's somewhat of an overachiever.
CASPER — All high school students in Wyoming should have the opportunity to take rich, rewarding college courses at no cost to them, whether they live in Casper or Meeteetse, a group of educators agreed Wednesday afternoon.
RIVERTON, Wyo. - Tuition at Central Wyoming College will remain the same for the 2010-2011 school year, but fees for housing and food services will be higher.