OTHER UW OUTREACH SITES
Physical: 435 Union/University Building, Casper College Campus
Mailing: 125 College Drive
Casper, WY 82601
Phone: (307) 268-2713
Toll Free: (877) 264-9930
Fax: (307) 268-2416
A LARGE SELECTION OF CHOICES
Through the University of Wyoming at Casper, you can complete a number of undergraduate and graduate degrees, or take course work towards completing other UW degrees before relocating or traveling to the Laramie campus. Programs that are not offered fully through the UW-Casper, such as history and specific disciplines in secondary education, can be started in central Wyoming. Many students have been successful at completing nearly all of their degree requirements in Casper, although some course work on the Laramie campus or through compressed video and teleconferencing may be required for degrees not fully offered in Casper. At the UW-Casper, there's much more available outside the traditional classroom setting. Internships, clinical experiences, practicums, and student teaching offer interesting opportunities for you to learn and prepare for your career.
The University of Wyoming has the same academic requirements in Laramie and at the University of Wyoming at Casper. Applying for admission to UW through the UW-Casper is a relatively easy process.
For admission, please submit the following items to UW-Laramie:
- An application for admission
- An application fee - $40 for undergraduate, $50 for graduate
- Official copies of all transcripts to date
- Two doses of MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) verification
This Check Sheet is provided to help you keep track of the admission process.
Contact the UW-Casper Student Services Office with questions: (307) 268-2713 or visit us in 435 Union/University Building at Casper College campus.
The table below lists all available programs. To find out more, click the checkmark next to the program that you are interested in in order to view additional information.
The University of Wyoming continues its efforts to comply with state authorization regulations by the U.S. Department of Education. For more information about the current regulations, including a list of states that the University of Wyoming cannot admit distance education students from, visit http://www.uwyo.edu/outreach/outreach-dean/state-authorization.html.
Tuition and Fees Information
How much will your education cost? Visit the Tuition and Fees page for details.
Complaint Process Report
The Complaint Process Report is a compilation of all of the complaint processes (web links and/or explanation of the complaint processes) for the 68 agencies within the US (including Puerto Rico and Washington, DC). This list is intended to provide students who may have a complaint against a higher education entity quick access to the correct place to file such a complaint. The Complaint Process Report (which may be used for the purpose described above) may be accessed athttp://www.sheeo.org/stateauth/Complaint%20Process%20Links.pdf.