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Western Wyoming Community College

Rock Springs, WY

2500 College Dr, Rock Springs, WY 82901

https://www.westernwyoming.edu

Western Wyoming Community College is a two-year community college and trade school located in Rock Springs, WY. It is available to anybody, with a 100% acceptance rate. It is a smaller institution with full-time enrollment of 1,255 undergrads. Western's most in-demand major is an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities, which is elected by 14% of students. Alternative in-demand options include Nursing, which accounts for 6% of students, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN) (6%). If you plan to study design while living in Wyoming but don't have the best grades, Western is an incredible option for you, because its design program is ranked #1 in the state. Also, Western comes in 1st in WY for best trade schools. At sticker price, tuition costs $2,805 a year for those of you raised in Wyoming but $7,091 if you are not residing in Wyoming. Before you decide not to apply due to the cost, be aware that more than 9 in 10 Western undergrads acquire some scholarship or grant funding. 42% of Western Wyoming Community College undergraduates wear a cap and gown on graduation day, ready to start their dream jobs. On average, alumni go on to make an annual income of $29,100 two years after receiving their degrees. After another four years on the job, their median income rises 9.3% to $31,800; however, that is still 20.7% behind the national median income. Applicants may want to find that it doesn't have early decision. Furthermore, the student to professor ratio is 14:1. When it comes to finances, be aware that Western offers a tuition guarantee plan, which insures that your tuition will stay the same during your enrollment and on average, undergraduates spend around $2,941 on housing every year. With regard to demographics, 17% of undergrads are international and Hispanic undergrads make up 18% of the student body. With regard to life on campus, on average, undergrads spend $32 on meal plans annually. To conclude, the highest-earning fourth of graduates earn a starting salary of $50,100 or higher and 1/4 of graduates make $15,800 or less six years after receiving their degrees.

Ratings

8.00

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Admissions

100%

Acceptance

SAT Score

-

ACT Score

-

Cost

Net Price:

$7,751/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$4,369/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

92%

Academics


13:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

41%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

13:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Liberal Arts and Humanities

75

Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)

35

Nursing

35

Psychology

33

Elementary Education

26

Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration

26

Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair

23

Business

22

Value

In State Tuition
$2,953/year
Out of State Tuition
$7,465/year