Top Universities in Wyoming
Below is a list of top-ranked colleges and universitiies in the state of Wyoming.
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There are 11 colleges and universities in the state of Wyoming. Refer to the following table to find local schools in Wyoming sorted by university name. If you are interested, you can follow the link below to see its specific information. Please understand that all higher educational programs in Wyoming are listed here in alphabetical order.
|Name of College or University||Location|
|Business Skills Institute||Public, less-than-2-year in Evanston, WY|
|Casper College||Public, 2-year in Casper, WY|
|Central Wyoming College||Public, 2-year in Riverton, WY|
|Eastern Wyoming College||Public, 2-year in Torrington, WY|
|Laramie County Community College||Public, 2-year in Fox Farm-College, WY|
|Northwest College||Public, 2-year in Powell, WY|
|Sheridan College||Public, 2-year in Sheridan, WY|
|University of Phoenix-Cheyenne Campus||Private for-profit, 4-year or above in Cheyenne, WY|
|University of Wyoming||Public, 4-year or above in Laramie, WY|
|Western Wyoming Community College||Public, 2-year in Rock Springs, WY|
|Wyo Tech||Private for-profit, 2-year in Laramie, WY|
Cheyenne, the capital of the state of Wyoming, USA, is located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, 1,850 feet above sea level, with 63,624 residents (U.S. Census, 2017).
Cheyenne is a railway hub and regional trade center. Railway workshops, oil refineries and the chemical industry are important industries. Frontier Days and The Old West Museum commemorate the pioneer days.
Cheyenne was founded in 1867 by the Union Pacific Railroad, named after the indigenous cheyenne. The city became the capital of the Territory in 1869, and the state capital from 1890 when Wyoming became the state. Annual rodeo (Frontier Days) has been held in July since 1897. In the pioneer era, Cheyenne was called “Heel on Wheels” because of the rough gangs that came with the railroad construction.