Ft. Washakie & Ethete, Wyoming
We strive to provide a strong support system for students.
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The Institute of Tribal Learning coordinates American Indian services through continued education on historical and contemporary issues.
CWC-Wind River supports American Indian students in their enrollment, achievement, and success at Central Wyoming College! Our goal is to help students start or continue their education close to home in a warm and welcoming environment. Our staff strives to provide a support system to help students transition to the Riverton campus by assisting with:
Interested in taking Computer Classes at our Wind River campus?
Please contact us at: 307-332-3394 and we can help make arrangements.
Central Wyoming College is a designated Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI). Since 1966, Central Wyoming College has been the primary post-secondary educational institution with the opportunity to serve the tribal communities of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho nations of the Wind River Indian Reservation.
Come visit us at:
3 Ethete Rd.
Fort Washakie, WY 82514
INSTRUCTOR OF AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Eric considers it his job to build great leaders and help students believe in themselves.
American Indian Student Success Coordinator
Rory is here to help current and prospective American Indian students navigate our processes.
CWC-Wind River Coordinator
Lisa focuses on the coordination of programs and services to support progress in your education.
Tribal Education Coordinator
Ivan is committed to meeting the educational and workforce needs of the Wind River Indian Reservation.