Students can take Western Wyoming Community College classes right here in Carbon County! Some are on-line but an increasing number are on-site with qualified instructors from here in our own community. Our campus is staffed by passionate, seasoned support staff who can help students navigate the sometimes confusing world of college. Sign up for a class today!

Getting Started

Carbon County Higher Education Center (CCHEC) is the Rawlins Outreach Campus for Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC) in Rock Springs. WWCC offers 2-year degrees and certificates via distance.

There are many on-site courses in Rawlins and online courses available to choose from, whether you are just taking a class or two to explore your interests, taking courses to transfer to another school, or working towards completing a degree through WWCC.

Full- Time (12+ credits) Students & Degree Seeking Students

1. All students planning to attend full-time or seeking to complete a degree, an online application must be completed.

2. Complete the Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Students must complete the FAFSA each year that they attend school in order to qualify for and receive Federal financial aid. Students paying for courses on their own can skip this step.

3. Complete the McCann & ALEKS placement tests for appropriate placement in English, Math, and Science courses. Placement tests are free of charge for WWCC students and can be scheduled with the CCHEC Test Center by calling 307-328-9274 or emailing Cory Hudson.

4. Meet with an advisor to register for classes each semester. Jennifer Moore is the Student Services Coordinator at CCHEC and advises all students except for nursing and pre-nursing students. Jenny Daniel is the advisor for all nursing and pre-nursing students. Both can be reached at 307-328-9274.

Part-Time (11 or fewer credits per semester) students & Non-Degree Seeking students

Part-Time and non-degree seeking students, should either reach out to CCHEC Student Services Coordinator, Jennifer Moore, to register for courses or fill out the online WWCC part-time registration form.

Local WWCC Degrees & Certificates

Many AA, AS, & AAS degrees & certificates can be completed completely locally through online courses or with a combination of online & Rawlins on-site courses.

Rawlins Fall 2020 On-Site Course Offerings

  • CRMJ 1001 W1 – Intro to Criminal Justice with Jaymie Freidank
  • CRMJ 2210 W1 – Criminal Law with Sarah Chavez
  • ENGL 1010 W1 – English Composition I with Travis Moore
  • ENGL 2040 W1 – Creative Writing: Short Stories with Travis Moore
  • HMDV 1005 W1 – 1st Year Success with Jennifer Moore
  • PHLB 1810 W1 – Phlebotomy Principles & Practice with Melissa Donough
  • POLS 1000 W1 – American & Wyoming Government with Jennifer Moore
  • SOC 1000 W1 – Sociological Principles with Dr. Dave Throgmorton
  • Education Courses – TBD

* Online courses are designated with NT.

Rawlins Spring 2021 Tentative Course Offerings

  • ENGL 1020 W1 – English Composition II with Travis Moore
  • ENGL 2050 W1 – Creative Writing: Prose I with Travis Moore
  • PHLB 1810 W1 – Phlebotomy Principles & Practice with Melissa Donough
  • SOC 1100 W1 – Social Problems & Issues with Dave Throgmorton
  • POLS 1000 W1 – American & Wyoming Government with Jennifer Moore
  • Criminal Justice courses – TBD
  • Education Courses – TBD