Counseling and Disability Services Office Hours – Walk-Ins Welcome, Appointments Appreciated

Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Friday Sat
Closed 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 Closed

If you are aware of a mental health crisis/emergency Monday through Friday from 8 – 5 call 307-575-3715 to reach one of EWC’s on-call therapists.  Outside of these hours, call 911 and request the community on-call therapist.  For non-emergent mental health concerns/referrals please call the following individuals:

Debbie Ochsner - Director of Counseling & Disability ServicesDebbie Ochsner

Director of Counseling & Disability Services
Phone: 307.532.8384

Nancy Ibarra

Counseling & Disability Services Intern
Phone: 307.532.2985

Jasmyne Beverly

Counseling & Disability Services Intern
Phone: 307.532.2984

We can assist you with:

  • Personal, Career and Academic Counseling
  • Disability Services

Personal, Career and Academic Counseling:

  • Personal Counseling

A student’s success in college is to a large degree dependent on his/her ability to adjust to the total college environment — academically, socially, personally, and emotionally.  The Counselor at EWC is available to assist in these areas.

  • Career Counseling

The EWC Counseling Center provides career development services free of charge to students wanting to explore college majors, career choices, and education opportunities.

Disability Services:The Rights of Students with disabilities attending Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) are protected under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the ADA Amendments ACT of 2008.

EWC is committed to providing information, accommodation services, and agency referral to students with any type of permanent physical handicap or learning disability.

  • Goal:

To promote the independence and self-sufficiency of students with disabilities, and encourage the provision of equal opportunities in education for students with disabilities at Eastern Wyoming College as mandated by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008.

  • Services Available:
    • Interpreter, Reader, and Taping Services
    • Classroom Relocation for Accessibility
    • Advocacy with Faculty and Staff
    • Test-Taking Assistance and Accommodation
    • Assistance with Study Skills, Note-Taking, and Test Preparation
    • Career, Academic, and Personal Counseling
    • Tutor Referral
    • Equipment Loan Assistance
  •  Eligibility:

Any student enrolled at Eastern Wyoming College who has a documented physical or learning disability is eligible for assistance.If you would like to apply for Disability Services, please complete the appropriate form below and return to:

Debbie OchsnerDirector of Counseling & Disability Services
Nancy Ibarra – Counseling & Disability Services Intern
Jasmyne BeverlyCounseling & Disability Services Intern

Counseling Services
Eastern Wyoming College
3200 West C Street
Torrington, WY 82240

Physical Disabilities Form

Cognitive Disabilities Form

Consent for Exchange of Information

If your reasonable accommodations have been approved and include the use of books on CD, please provide us with your course schedule and the list of books, authors and edition numbers of the books you want to order on the form below as soon as possible.Books on Tape Form