Posts made in 2017

Seasons Greetings!

EWC closed at noon today so that our staff could enjoy a short holiday break with their families.  Students are traveling, faculty are done with grades and a little R and R is called for.  I have seen lots of EWC people work hard this semester and I am very proud of this college.  Everyone has stepped up and taken on a little more and it shows.  Our enrollment is up for spring; so we are headed in the right direction.  If you have not been on EWC campus for awhile; come up!  Or if you have not seen the Douglas campus; go see it.  Someone will give you a tour….. guaranteed.  Our doors will be open again on January 2nd.  In the meantime, enjoy your holidays and Happy New Year!

EWC reaches milestone with American Welding Society

The American Welding Society recently notified Eastern Wyoming College that they have reached the Silver Corporate Member Milestone.

AWS honors companies for continued loyalty and support. EWC has been a member since 1992. The college received a Silver Member Certificate in honor and appreciation for twenty-five years of membership. This notable milestone will be listed in the December 2017 issue of Welding Journal.

For more information about the welding program at EWC, contact the college at 307.532.8200.

 

EWC announces new precision agriculture course

Eastern Wyoming College is pleased to announce a new course offering at the Torrington Campus, Intro to Precision Agriculture. This course will be offered January 9 through May 4, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00-7:55 pm.

In this course, students will be introduced to essential aspects of precision agriculture concepts including: soil and crop spatial variability; new technologies such as GIS, DEM, GPS, sensors, variable rate machinery, PA software, remote sensing, geostatistics, sampling, experimental designs, precision integrated crop management, data acquisition, process and management, and socio-economical and e-marketing aspects.

Another course being offered by request for the spring semester is Pesticide Safety and Application. This course runs January 10-May 4, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 8:00-8:55am. Students successfully completing the course will have the necessary background to apply for a commercial applicators license.

To register for these courses or others, please contact the college at 307.532.8207 or 307.532.8237 or stop by the Student Services office at 3200 West C Street in Torrington

EWC nursing program will soon accept new applicants

Eastern Wyoming College will soon be accepting applications for the fall 2018 semester for the Associate Degree in Nursing program which is offered at the Douglas Campus.

The application process will open on January 3, 2018 and will close at midnight on February 20, 2018. All application materials are available online and must be submitted electronically. No paper applications will be accepted.

Applications steps are as follows:

  • Complete the EWC Application for Admissions online. If you are currently an enrolled EWC student, you do not need to complete this application.
  • Submit official high school and/or official college transcripts to the EWC Admissions Office. Please verify that the EWC Admissions Office has received your official transcripts by the February 20, 2018 deadline (307.532.8207).
  • Complete the EWC Nursing Application online when open, January 3, 2018 – February 20, 2018. Complete the Application Checklist as well.
  • All applicants must take the TEAS Test (Nursing Entrance Exam) and have test scores sent to Eastern Wyoming. This can be done by choosing Eastern Wyoming College on the drop-down menu when taking the test.
  • Applicants must have an overall GPA of 2.5 and a “C” or better for all prerequisite courses.

The TEAS Test will be offered on the Douglas Campus on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 1 pm; Thursday, January 4, 2018, 5:30 pm; and Saturday, January 6, 2018, 1 pm.

The TEAS Test will be offered on the Torrington Campus on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 1 pm; Thursday, January 4, 2018, 5:30 pm; and Saturday, January 20, 2018, 9 am.

Complete program and application information is available on the EWC website at https://ewc.wy.edu/academic-services/majors/nursing/. Any questions should be directed to Ms. Suzey Delger, Nursing Director, 307.624.7020 or by email at suzey.delger@ewc.wy.edu.

PSA

Due to the weather, the Douglas Campus of Eastern Wyoming College will be closed today, Thursday, December 21, 2017.

 

Public Service Announcement

Eastern Wyoming College will close at 12:00 pm on December 21 and will be closed through January 1, 2018. The Fitness Center will be closed December 23rd – 25th and December 30-January 1, 2018. Fitness Center patrons should check the Fitness Center holiday hours. College offices will reopen Tuesday, January 2nd.

EWC to offer electronic transcripts

Eastern Wyoming College has announced a new and improved way for students to obtain transcripts. EWC is pleased to have entered into an agreement with the National Student Clearinghouse.

Beginning on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, the EWC Records Office will no longer be sending paper transcripts of student’s grades to transferring colleges and universities, potential employers, and others. The new agreement with the National Student Clearinghouse will allow for the issuance of transcripts electronically which will decrease the time necessary for sending and receiving transcripts. The cost of this new service will be $7.25 per transcript which will be paid to the Clearinghouse.

Students can access the National Student Clearinghouse directly for transcripts or they may use the transcript link on the EWC website at ewc.wy.edu.

With this change, EWC joins all of the other Wyoming Community Colleges in issuing electronic transcripts. When ordering transcripts from the Clearinghouse, students will have the option on sending and/or receiving them electronically, in paper format or the pick them up at the EWC Records Office on the main campus in Torrington.

Founded in 1993 by the higher education community, the National Student Clearinghouse® relieves the administrative burdens and costs related to student data reporting and exchange.

They are a nonprofit and nongovernmental organization and a leading provider of educational reporting, data exchange, verification, and research services. The services they offer have been provided at the request of the participating institutions to enable them to better serve their students. The Clearinghouse’s work — performed in a trusted, secure and private environment — provides numerous time- and cost-saving benefits to students, schools, administrators, and requestors.

  • More than 3,600 colleges and universities participate in the Clearinghouse, reporting enrollment and degree information to the Clearinghouse regularly throughout the year
  • Participants enroll 98% of all students in public and private U.S. institutions
  • Their free and low-cost services save higher education institutions over $750 million annually

Through their research arm, the National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we provide educators and policymakers with accurate longitudinal data on student outcomes to enable informed decision making.

2 Shot Goose Hunt

So Madam President = One Goose

First Dude = Goose Egg

 

Christmas Tree Decorating Contest

So if you haven’t seen the trees in our buildings all over campus, you have to take a walk and see them all.  Even the maintenance guys put up a tree!  Please go see them!  Christmas spirit is thriving on our campus!  Thanks to everyone who participated.

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Dr. Travers to host monthly community roundtables

Eastern Wyoming College President, Dr. Lesley Travers, has announced the Community Roundtable which will be held on Thursday, December 14th, from 12 – 1 pm in the CTEC conference room.

Community members or any person who is interested is invited to attend the open Community Roundtable.  Dr. Travers will provide any information of interest about the college, will answer any questions and address any concerns.  She will host a Community Roundtable each month.  Attendees are invited to bring their own brown bag lunch if they would like.

For more information, please contact the college at 307.532.8303.