SUMMER 2015 SCHEDULE PDF AVAILABLE ONLINE
Access the Summer 2015 Course Schedule online, which includes the academic calendar, contact information, important deadlines, and course descriptions. Summer registration begins February 2. No advising appointment is necessary to register for summer courses.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CHANGES TO UW-CASPER'S COMPUTER LAB
Visit UW-Casper's computer lab website to see what's new in the computer lab, including changes to printing procedures.
TRAVEL TO CHINA IN SUMMER 2015 "CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION: EXPERIENCING BEIJING" COURSE
Experience Beijing, China through a communication course this summer. The deposit deadline for this course has been extended to January 30, 2015. Visit UW-Casper's Study Abroad in Beijing page for more information.
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR UW-CASPER'S 2015 KENYA SUMMER SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT
Do you want to help make a difference in the lives of children? Find out how you can make an impact through UW-Casper's 2015 Summer Service Learning Project, where you will help construct a classroom at Hillside-Karati Elementary School.
WYOMING TRANSFER ADVANCE MAKES IT EASY TO ENROLL IN UW COURSES
Are you currently enrolled in a Wyoming community college, and working toward an associate's of arts or science? Do you plan to seek a bachelor's degree? Let the new Wyoming Transfer Advance program help prepare you for transferring to UW. By working through this program, you won't have to pay application fees, and you will be better prepared for a successful educational career. More information can be found on the Wyoming Transfer Advance website.
ACCESS THE ADVISING INFORMATION PAGE
Advising week for Spring 2014 begins October 21. Important information regarding how to prepare for your advising sessions is now located on a Student Advising webpage. Access information on what to take to your advising session, and how to find important information relating to your degree. Before registering for fall or summer courses, you must make an appointment with your adviser. Now you can be better prepared to ask questions about how to achieve your educational goals.