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Western Wyoming College Distance Education
In this rapidly changing society, many people need to obtain new skills and knowledge in order to succeed in their professions or to be more active and committed members of their community. WWCC is committed to providing such learning experiences, not only to students who can attend on campus but also to students who are bound to jobs and responsibilities in the College’s Outreach areas.
The mission of WWCC is to provide courses and programs to non-traditional learners throughout Sweetwater, Sublette, Carbon, Lincoln, and Uinta counties. The Distance Education department coordinates credit offerings in Afton, Big Piney, Baggs, Cokeville, Medicine Bow/Elk Mountain, Evanston, Kemmerer, Lyman, Mountain View, Pinedale, Rawlings, Saratoga, and their surrounding areas. Each of these communities has a coordinator who initiates and implements the local credit programs. To meet the varied needs of these students, Western offers courses through a variety of distance education media including videotaped, compressed video, and Internet. Credit courses at all sites adhere to the same standards and requirements set by Western Wyoming Community College.
Sublette BOCES administers the WWCC Outreach program for Sublette County School District #1 and works cooperatively with other agencies to provide adult education programs, courses and services.
Sublette BOCES follows the policies set by WWCC for their college credit courses. More information on these policies can be found in the WWCC catalog or at the WWCC homepage.
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