Registration and Records


The CWC Registration and Records Office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is located on the first floor of Main Hall. Click here to meet our staff.

This site will assist you with all of your CWC student record matters. You can register, add, drop, or withdraw from classes; obtain transcripts; transfer credit from other institutions; and apply for graduation, as well as many other functions. If you would like to review the available programs, they can be seen under Academics and in our catalog


Students who have already completed the admissions process can register by mailing or faxing a completed enrollment form to the Registration and Records Office. (Printable forms listed below)

Registration is subject to course availability and students must supply a current phone or fax number, so office staff can inform them of closed courses, etc.


Students needing to apply for admissions can do so online or by faxing a completed application for admissions to the 307-855-2092.


All degree seeking students are required to have an academic advisor. If they choose to be non-degree seeking and act as their own academic advisor (self-advised), it is understood that Central Wyoming College cannot be held responsible if they do not have the correct number of credits or the correct courses for the degree in which they wish to graduate with at a later date. Non-degree seeking students are responsible for making sure they have completed the necessary prerequisites for the courses in which they enroll.

All students who take English or Math courses must have ACT or COMPASS placement scores on file. From these scores, the student and/or advisor will determine their placement into the correct English or Math course. If at any time non-degree seeking students wish to have an advisor and/or degree assignment, they may request an advisor/degree assignment from an Academic Division Chair or from the Coordinator of Academic Advising.


Important forms to print
Enrollment Form [register/add/drop]Academic Program Change
Contact Information ChangeRelease of Information
 Alternate Grade [audit/pass/fail]
Refund Petition Academic Petition



Contact Information

Registration & Records
Main Hall - MH103
Email: Registration & Records


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