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Outreach School

Maggi Murdock, Ph.D., Dean and Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
R. Scott Seville, Ph.D., Associate Dean and Professor of Zoology and Physiology
Brent Pickett, Ph.D., Associate Dean and Director, UW/CC Center
W. Reed Scull, Ed.D., Associate Dean and Director, Outreach Credit Programs

Dept. 3106, 1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
333 Wyoming Hall, (307) 766-3152

The mission of the Outreach School is to extend the University of Wyoming's educational programs to people in the state of Wyoming and beyond with innovative and unique opportunities for learners of many ages, interests, locations, and motivations. Our programs and services are organized under four units, with UW Outreach Regional Centers located in communities throughout Wyoming.

The units of the Outreach School working in partnership to deliver a broad spectrum of UW programs are:

Division of Outreach Credit Programs

University of Wyoming/Casper College Center

Division of Outreach Technology

Wyoming Public Radio

Division of Outreach Credit Programs

W. Reed Scull, Ed.D., Associate Dean and Director
Phone: (307)766-4300

The University of Wyoming was the first university west of the Missouri to offer correspondence courses. For over a century UW has sent its faculty across the state to meet with citizens, students, teachers, business owners, ranchers, and farmers to help them learn. Today the Division of Outreach Credit Programs, in partnership with the university's colleges and departments, extends the university learning experience to students across the nation with audio conferencing, video conferencing, correspondence study, and Web-based instruction.

Using on-site, online, and mediated instruction, the division offers baccalaureate degree completion programs as well as certificate and graduate degree programs. Upper division undergraduate- and graduate-level courses are also offered to satisfy continuing professional education requirements or to meet requests for professional development. The division also offers a wide variety of educational opportunities for teachers in collaboration with the College of Education and school districts.

Undergraduate Majors

Accelerated BSN
Bachelor of Applied Science
Business Administration (online)
Criminal Justice
Elementary Education
Family and Consumer Sciences (online)
RN/BSN completion (online)
Social Science

Undergraduate Minors

Gender and Women's Studies

Graduate Programs

Adult and Post-Secondary Education (online)
Executive Master of Business Administration (online)
Educational Leadership
Instructional Technology (online)
Kinesiology and Health
Nursing-Nurse Educator (online)
Public Administration
Education: Curriculum and Instruction
Special Education
Speech-Language Pathology
Social Work

Doctoral Program

Educational Leadership

Certificate and Endorsement Programs

Early Childhood Program Director Certificate
Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate
Land Surveying Certificate
School Social Work Graduate Preparatory Certificate
Teachers of American Indian Children Certificate
Early Childhood, Three to Five Endorsement
Early Childhood, Three to Eight Endorsement
Early Childhood, Special Education Endorsement
Literacy Certificate/Endorsement
Principal Certificate/Endorsement
Special Education Endorsement

English as a Second Language (ESL) EndorsementAudio conferencing uses long-distance telephone lines and a centrally-located audio conferencing bridge to link as many as 96 class sites at a time. These courses usually can be delivered to any location at which there is a telephone line, provided at least three students are enrolled at each site. If a course is offered statewide or nationwide, students in any location may take the course as long as there is sufficient enrollment at that site. Audio conferencing courses may include recorded lectures as well as an online component that provides a number of communication and information sharing tools.

Video conferencing is an interactive technology enabling students at each site to see and hear each other and their instructor. Video conference courses can be delivered to specific sites in Wyoming. Video conference courses may include an online component.

Web-based courses are available "anytime, anyplace." They are, however, semester-based and often include specific times for student and faculty dialogue. Learning online is interactive and collaborative; students generally need to be online in class a few times each week throughout the semester. Students and instructors share discoveries and materials throughout each developmental step of the course using online communication tools such as e-mail, threaded discussions, document sharing, and live chat sessions. Outreach Credit Programs offers the following types of web-based instruction: Internet and Online UW.

Hybrid courses are delivered through a combination of web-based instruction and one or more other delivery methods.

Correspondence study courses, or print-based courses, meet the needs of site-bound students by offering a variety of study opportunities. These courses are designed to provide flexibility with open enrollment throughout the year, a more self-paced and independent study format, and nine months to complete each course. To enroll in a correspondence study course, it is not necessary to be admitted to the university.

For further information, contact the Division of Outreach Credit Programs, Dept. 3274, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071; (800) 448-7801; or e-mail: 

University of Wyoming/Casper College Center

Brent Pickett, Ph.D., Associate Dean and Director
125 College Drive, Casper WY 82601
(307) 268-2713
Web site:

For more than 30 years the University of Wyoming/Casper College Center (UW/CC), in partnership with Casper College, has offered on-site courses and a slate of university degree programs in Casper. The UW/CC Center is also the location in Natrona County for statewide degree programs and classes offered through Outreach Credit Programs.

The UW/CC Center was established to meet the needs of students unable to move to Laramie. Some of these students are nontraditional students who may be older or have families, homes, or jobs in the Casper area. The Center is designed to meet the academic needs of students in a setting providing small classes, dedicated staff, and award-winning faculty. Courses are taught by resident and visiting faculty who are regular or part-time members of UW academic departments. A full-service office handles admission, registration, financial aid, and advising.

Classes are taught on-site at the Casper College campus and at the UW Outreach Building, which is located separately from Casper College. The Outreach Building is also a site for statewide classes and degree programs via video conferencing and audio conferencing. Audio and video technologies are also available on the Casper College campus.

An average of more than 700 students enroll in UW courses and degree programs through the UW/CC Center each semester, and more than 3,000 students have received their UW degrees.

Undergraduate Majors Offered at UW/CC

Applied Science
Business Administration
Criminal Justice
Elementary Education
Family and Consumer Sciences
Humanities and Fine Arts
Mathematics and Science
RN/BSN completion
Secondary Science Education, Biology
Social Science
Social Work
Technical Education

Graduate Majors Offered at UW/CC

Adult and Post-Secondary Education
Business Administration
Curriculum and Instruction
Educational Leadership
Instructional Technology
Kinesiology and Health
Nursing-Nurse Educator
Public Administration
Social Work
Special Education
Speech-Language Pathology

Certificate Programs Offered at UW/CC

Early Childhood Mental Health
Early Childhood Program Director
Land Surveying
Teachers of American Indian Children


Early Childhood, Three to Five
Early Childhood, Special Education
English as a Second Language
Special Education
Wyoming Reading

For more information, contact the UW/CC Center at 125 College Drive, Casper, WY 82601; (307) 268-2713, (877) 264-9930; or e-mail:

Division of Outreach Technology Services

Tony Pedersen, Interim Director
Web site:

The Division of Outreach Technology Services (OTS) provides technological support for the programs and services offered through the Outreach School. The division units are University of Wyoming Television (UWTV), Outreach Engineering, and Computer Support Services. OTS, in partnership with UW's IT Division, manages and operates the Outreach Video Network (OVN) at 47 sites in 21 communities statewide. The division also manages the Wyoming Equality Network video sites.

UWTV provides full professional services for television and videotape production, programming, and distribution. These services also include streaming video, satellite downlinking, video conferencing, and video/DVD duplicating. Instructional TV conferencing classrooms on the Laramie campus are utilized primarily for Outreach credit courses. UWTV's production facilities include a full production studio, several single cameras for on-location productions, three Avid edit suites, and video duplicating in VHS and DVD formats for distribution. All of the above are available to government clients, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations at modest rates. UWTV accepts commercial clients at appropriate rates.

For further information, contact the Division of Outreach Technology Services, Dept. 3106, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071; (307) 766-4999; 

Wyoming Public Media

Christina Kuzmych, General Manager

Wyoming Public Media (WPM) delivers three radio services to residents of Wyoming and beyond, as well as internet streaming, podcasts, and web information services via Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) is WPM's primary service and is the state's only National Public Radio member. WPR has been serving Wyoming for 45 years with news, music, and entertainment, now with 26 FM stations and translators statewide. WPM also operates two full time music services, Classical Wyoming and Jazz Wyoming with FM, HD-2, and HD-3 networks expanding across Wyoming. 

Wyoming Public Radio

Afton 91.3 FM KUWA
Alta/Driggs, ID 91.3 FM KUWR
Buffalo 90.5 FM KBUW
Casper 91.3 FM KUWC
Cheyenne 91.9 FM KUWR
Cody 90.1 FM KUWP
Douglas 91.7 FM KDUW
Dubois 91.3 FM KUWR
Gillette 90.9 FM KUWG
Evanston 89.7 FM KUWE
Green River 90.5 FM KUWR
Green River 90.5 FM KUWZ
Jackson 90.3 FM KUWJ
Lander 91.9 FM KUWR
Laramie 91.9 FM KUWR
Laramie Classical 88.5 FM KUWY
Lusk 90.7 FM KUWV
Newcastle 88.5 FM KUWY
Pinedale 90.9 FM KUWX
Powell 90.1 FM KUWX
Rawlins 89.9 FM KUWR
Riverton 91.3 FM KUWT
Rock Springs 90.5 FM KUWZ
Saratoga 89.9 FM KUWI
Sheridan 91.3 FM KSUW
Sundance 91.5 FM KUWD
Thermopolis 91.3 FM KUWT
Torrington 89.9 FM KUWR
Worland 93.3 FM KUWT

Classical Wyoming

Casper HD 91.3-2
Cheyenne HD 91.9-2
Green River 88.5 FM KZUW
Jackson HD 90.3-2
Laramie 88.5 FM KUWY HD 91.9-2
Reliance 88.5 KZUW
Rock Springs 88.5 KZUW
Thermopolis HD 91.3-2

Jazz Wyoming

Casper HD 91.3-3
Cheyenne HD 91.9-3
Laramie 90.1 FM KUWL HD 91.9-3
Riverton 90.5 FM KUWL
Thermopolis HD 91.3-3

Stream all services at

For further information, contact Wyoming Public Media at Dept. 3984, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071-2000; (307)766-4240 in Laramie, or (800)729-5897 within Wyoming.

UW Outreach Regional Centers

An academic coordinator administers each Outreach Regional Center. These individuals are responsible for coordinating adult education and educational activities sponsored by the university and the Outreach School.

Campbell, Crook, Johnson, and Sheridan Counties
Box 1500, Whitney Building, #121C Sheridan, WY 82801
(307) 674-6446, ext. 4551

300 West Sinclair, Gillette, WY 82718
(307) 686-0044

Big Horn, Park, and Washakie Counties
231 West 6th Street, Powell, WY 82435
(307) 754-6108

1501 Stampede Ave., Unit 9020, Cody, WY 82414

Laramie and Platte Counties
Laramie County Community College - Career & Technical Bldg.
1400 East College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007
(307) 632-8949

Converse, Goshen, Niobrara, and Weston Counties
(at Eastern Wyoming College)
3200 West "C" Street, Torrington, WY 82240
(307) 532-8204

Carbon, Lincoln, Sublette, Sweetwater, and Uinta Counties
(at Western Wyoming Community College)
2500 College Drive, Rock Springs, WY 82901
(307) 382-1817

Fremont, Hot Springs, and Teton Counties
2725 West Main Street, Riverton, WY 82501
(307) 856-8651

240 S. Glenwood, P.O. Box 4901, Center for the Arts Building
Jackson, WY 83001
(307) 734-0224

125 College Drive, Casper, WY 82601
(307) 268-2713

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