Eastern Wyoming College is nestled in the Platte Valley of eastern Wyoming in Goshen County. Our community is full of family friendly activities such as hiking, hunting, fishing and other water sport activities. There are several civic organizations in the community as well as numerous organizations in which to volunteer and be involved. Goshen County also has an excellent K-12 school system.
The EWC campus is pleased to have two new facilities, the Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) and the Agricultural Technology Education Center (ATEC), each constructed within the last six years. These buildings were supported by funds from a successful General Obligation Bond passed by the voters. The student body at EWC is full of students eager to learn and gain news skills. Most come from similar rural areas but we are fortunate to have on average over 15 international students each year.
The Douglas Campus of Eastern Wyoming College is located in the heart of Converse County. This campus enjoys tremendous community support as shown by the successful passage of a tax initiative to build the new campus facility. Douglas is a bustling community with oil and gas ventures in the area.
EWC serves a six county region throughout eastern Wyoming. These communities support the college through credit, concurrent and dual enrollment. Each of the communities also have vibrant community education programs.