Located in Casper, Wyoming, the College was founded in 1945. Classes were held on the third floor of the Natrona County High School. The campus is now made up of 28 buildings. This public school has an enrollment of approximately 4,200 students. More than 50 majors are offered by the College in the following areas of study:
The English Writing major at Casper College gives students a combination of fundamentals in reading, grammar and writing. People enrolled in the program also learn how to work with specific genres of writing, including poetry, technical writing, grant writing and children’s literature. The specifics of writing for the workplace are also covered as part of the program.
The program includes the following courses:
Casper College accepts applications for admission online or on paper. The paper form may be submitted to the College by regular mail or fax. Along with a completed form, a prospective Casper College student is also asked to submit official transcripts from their high school and any college they have attended. These documents must be forwarded directly from the institution to Casper College in a sealed envelope.
Casper College offers on-campus housing to those students who need it. Applications for housing are also available online. Students living in one of the residences operated by Casper College are treated like independent adults who are responsible for behaving in a considerate manner. Each person receives a key to the residence, since the buildings are locked at night, and no curfews are enforced.
The College also offers a small number of two bedroom, unfurnished apartments that are suitable for families of up to four people. One-bedroom apartments are available to couples or non-traditional (24 years of age or older) students. The rental price includes the following:
A deposit is required when the application for housing is submitted. Prospective tenants are placed on a waiting list and apartments are assigned as the deposits are received. The deposit is refunded when the tenant(s) leave the premises in a satisfactory condition and any financial obligations to the College have been satisfied.