Eastern Wyoming College has several articulation agreements with regional four year colleges and universities so that our Ag students can transfer credits easily. Our graduates continue to perform with excellence after they transfer and most perform better than students who began their education at four year schools.
We pride ourselves in the fact that our classes are small and the instructors know the students on a first name basis. Our students are busy in labs with most of the Ag courses, and will “get their feet wet and their hands dirty,” so to speak, in the labs.
Goshen County continues to lead the state of Wyoming in most areas of Ag production and students that come here are encouraged to take full advantage of this. Most students find part-time, Ag-related jobs in the community. In fact, our Farm and Ranch Management program includes three internships.
Our Ag courses implement the latest in technology such as electronic identification and computer management software, GPS, and ultrasound. Students have access to the Internet in the dormitory, and there are many computer labs that students can use including one in the Mechanical Arts building where most Ag courses are taught.
The Ag program attracts a diverse student population from all parts of the United States. There are many clubs and organizations that students are encouraged to participate in, including: Rodeo, Block and Bridle Club, Livestock Judging Club, Biology/Range Sciences Club, and Veterinary Technology Club.
- Agricultural Business, AS
- Agricultural Economics, AS
- Beef Production, Cert
- Animal Science, AS
- General Agriculture, AS
- Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management, AS
- Agriculture Education, AS
- Farm and Ranch Management, AAS