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Sheridan County School District 1 administration, in conjunction with Northern Wyoming Community College District and Johnson County School District 1, set forth plans to create its own Board of Cooperative Higher Education Services, following changes made because of the NWCCD split between Gillette and Sheridan colleges.

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Two very different students are pursuing visual arts certificates at Sheridan College, showing how one of Wyoming’s premier community colleges provides an individualized, high quality education.

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Next month, Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees will begin working with staff to review the annual budget — the first in which officials must consider drastic financial changes following the August 17, 2021, vote for Gillette College to secede from the college district, taking some expenses and significant net losses once it becomes accredited.

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The Northern Wyoming Community College District president alluded to a possible no-way-around-it decision to impose a vaccine requirement coming down the line in the near future, and he expressed necessity not based on data but on budgeting.

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Gov. Mark Gordon will allocate $27 million in federal relief money toward building up Wyoming’s higher education opportunities, his office announced Tuesday. The money draws on funds awarded to Wyoming through the American Rescue Plan, a COVID-19 stimulus package.