2022 Wyoming Articulation Summit

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DATE: Friday, September 23, 2022

LOCATION: Hybrid; primarily Zoom Webinar with a small number of seats reserved for in-person attendance for each participating institution


ABOUT:  The Wyoming Articulation Summit is an annual statewide gathering of higher education administrators, faculty, staff, and other professionals to discuss transfer articulation efforts, impacts, and plans. The 2022 Summit will begin with a State-of-the-State address by University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel and Wyoming Community College Commission Executive Director, Dr. Sandy Caldwell. Other conference sessions include webinars and a panel discussion of transfer students from Wyoming community colleges and UW. The event will be followed by additional online sessions for faculty.

REGISTRATION:  Attendance is free. More information, including the conference agenda, will be available soon. 

2023 Wyoming Articulation Summit 

Friday, October 6, 2023

University of Wyoming (Laramie Campus)



Summit Resources

New Transfer Student Data Report

The University of Wyoming Office of Institutional Analysis produces an annual report on enrollment, performance, retention & graduation, and demographics of new Wyoming transfer students at UW.

In keeping with the virtual format of the 2022 Articulation Summit, the New Wyoming Transfer Student report will be available the day of the Summit via a link published on this page:

New Wyoming Transfer Students at UW:  Link to OIA website

For questions about this report, contact  oia@uwyo.edu.



On-Demand Content

This year we are pleased to provide on-demand content to supplement the live Articulation Summit sessions.  These on-demand pieces have been pre-recorded and are available for viewing at any time even without event registration.



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2021 Wyoming Articulation Summit Recording 

This is the complete recording of the 2021 statewide Wyoming Articulation Summit webinar.



Graphic stating "State of the State WY Higher Education 2021, Dr. Edward Seidel, President UW; Dr. Sandy Caldwell, Executive Director WCCC" Image shows a seated person using a computer that is connected to three other people. The logos of the following institutions are displayed across the bottom: Central Wyoming College, Casper College, Northern Wyoming Community College District, Northwest College, Western Wyoming Community College, Eastern Wyoming College, Laramie County Community College, Gillette College, and the University of Wyoming.

2021 State of the State Slides

Dr. Edward Seidel and Dr. Sandy Caldwell will discuss the state of higher education in Wyoming during the live webinar. This is a PDF of the slides shared during the webinar. 


Transfer Student Peer Mentor Panel

Nine transfer peer mentors at the University of Wyoming talk about their experiences transferring to UW. They share regarding their initial college expectations, common challenges faced by current transfer students, and ways they believe their UW experience will impact their future career. They also share on topics such as housing in Laramie, transfer student involvement, and things at UW which have surprised them.




Wyoming Innovation Partnership (WIP)

School of Energy Resources | University of Wyoming



Block Transfer and Articulation 

Amanda Reeder, Director of Transfer Relations at the University of Wyoming, discusses various types of transfer products and processes, giving an in-depth explanation of Block transfer.


Working Together to Train Qualified Clinical Laboratory Techs

There is a severe shortage of qualified technicians to work in clinical laboratories.  

Faculty at Casper College and the University of Wyoming-Casper explain how they have worked together to create a successful hybrid program where students begin their studies at Casper College in the A.S. in Medical Laboratory Technician program and transfer to the University of Wyoming-Casper to complete their B.S. in Medical Laboratory Science.



Why Transfer to the University of Wyoming?

This video profiles four Transfer Peer Mentors talking about their experiences transferring to UW. For more information on peer mentoring and the Transfer Success Center, please visit us at: www.uwyo.edu/transfer.


FAFSA Completion

In August 2020, the Wyoming Department of Education launched a campaign to encourage and support the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with a fully digital campaign. Click on this link to view the PDF: https://tinyurl.com/WDE-FAFSA-2021

 Clink on this link to access Wyoming FAFSA: https://wyomingfafsa.org/ 


Articulation Summit Archive

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