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International Students


Western Wyoming Community College welcomes international students seeking a rewarding education experience in the United States.

Facts about Western:
  • WWCC is ranked #7 by Washington Monthly out of all 1,200 Community College in the United States. Western Wyoming Community College was established in 1959 and we have increased enrollment to over 2,600 full-time students.

  • Located in Rock Springs, Wyoming, a safe, rural environment we were ranked #3 by LivAbility in 2013 for the top 10 Best Small Towns. Rock Springs is the 4th largest city in Wyoming with a population of 22,000. Wyoming is known as the "Equality State" and the "Cowboy State."

WWCC encourages international students to contact the United States Department of State EducationUSA advising center in their home country for assistance.

As a student of WWCC, you can choose from more than 60 programs that will prepare you for aa career or to transfer to a four-year university.

Why Choose WWCC?

Western Wyoming Community College welcomes students from all over the world to our campus-the most diverse campus in Wyoming. We are proud of our commitment to diversity and our international student population representing more than 20 nations. As a student at WWCC, you can choose from more than 60 programs that will prepare you for a career or for transfer to a four-year university.

Testimonial from Elvis Ntwali Nkezabahizi

Denver Airport My name is Elvis Ntwali Nkezabahizi; I was born in Burundi and raised in Rwanda where I had my post college education. I graduated high school in November, 2012 with a high school diploma in MPC, Math-Physics-Computer Science. Later, I attended online Cisco Network Academy and earned a certificate of IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software, in May, 2013. Then, I joined Western Wyoming Community College in fall 2013 where I am still pursuing an Associate Degree in Engineering, and I plan to graduate at Western in fall 2014. Besides being a full time student at Western, I am a student ambassador, a math and physics tutor, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and International Club. I am a student ambassador and a member of Phi-Theta-Kappa Society and International Club. My main goals are getting a BS and MS in Architectural Engineering, and working in construction field.

View my letter to prospective international students!

For more information, contact Admissions at (307) 382-1648 or
(307) 382-1600 or toll free (800) 226-1181