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    Casper College
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog & Student Handbook

STUDENT RESOURCES



Accounting and Financial Management

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2622 or www.caspercollege.edu/business-office

The Accounting and Financial Management Office is where students pay their tuition, fees, room and board; purchase meal plans; and may receive financial aid disbursements. Tuition, fees, and room and board payments are due by the 10th day of the semester (fifth day for summer school). Students who need to set up a payment plan should contact the Accounting and Financial Management Office. Most financial aid is transmitted to the student’s account where charges are deducted and a check is issued for remaining funds. The first day of the semester is the earliest a financial aid balance check(s) may be released. A photo ID is required to pick up a check.

Students may also receive short-term loans up to $300, buy stamps, cash checks, and have documents notarized. Loans are by request and subject to approval. Students may cash personal or family member checks made out to Casper College up to $25/day with a photo ID. A notary is not always available. Check at the front desk for available times. Students should not sign documents they need notarized until they are in front of the notary.

Bookstore

Student Union, first floor
307-268-2202 or www.bkstr.com/casperstore/home

The Jack McCann College Store carries new and used textbooks, digital textbooks, school supplies, study aids, clothing, gift items, software, greeting cards, and snacks. The store is open Monday through Friday with additional evening hours at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. To avoid long lines, students should purchase their books at least two weeks before classes start. To see the required books for a course, students should locate their schedule in WebAdvisor by clicking on each class.

Keep all receipts, and check with the store for information on their return policy. The store may buy back textbooks at the end of the semester, depending on need and condition of the book.

Campus Housing

Student Union, Room 402
307-268-2394 or www.caspercollege.edu/housing

Residence Halls. Casper College recommends the on-campus living experience as an integral part of the total educational process but does not require students to live in the residence halls. Campus housing is provided in the residence hall complex and Wheeler Terrace for full-time (minimum 12 credits), unmarried, degree-seeking students.

Students residing in the residence hall complex must behave responsibly. Existing regulations set the foundation for an educational atmosphere within the building and on campus. Students may regulate their own hours; there is no curfew. Each student receives a building key.

Students who live in the residence hall complex are required to purchase a cafeteria meal plan. Wheeler Terrace residents are not required to purchase a meal plan but may if they choose.

A $200 deposit must accompany each application for residence hall reservations. Students sign a yearlong lease upon application and admission. The college will void a lease when students graduate or are no longer attending the college, or under special circumstance when submitted to the student life director for consideration. Contact the student life director for reservation deposits and campus housing information.

Student Apartments. Civic Apartments include 12 one-bedroom, unfinished apartments. These apartments are available to students 22 years of age or older and their spouse or significant other. Thorson Terrace Apartments include eight one-bedroom, furnished apartments. These apartments are available to students 19 years of age or older and are single occupancy only.

Rent for either apartment is $650 per month and includes utilities, internet service, and local telephone service. Occupants must provide their own utensils, dishes, bedding, and linen. The applicant’s age, record of responsibility, and class status are considered when assigning apartments. A $200 damage deposit is required.

* Housing costs are subject to change without notice.

Career Services

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2662 or www.caspercollege.edu/career

Career Services assists students and alumni with the following:

  • Exploring educational and career goals such as choosing a major or career path
  • Resume and cover letter development
  • Interview preparation and practice
  • Researching options for advanced education or training
  • Finding a job or internship
  • Accessing information on transferring to a university after graduation.

Jobs On Campus

Student employment positions allow students to earn money while attending college. They typically have flexible hours and most supervisors are able to work with your class schedule. Work hours can range from 5 to 19 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters and up to 40 hours during the summer semester. Student employment opportunities are available across campus in various departments and offices. Jobs titles and duties are dependent on department needs but may include office assistant, kitchen assistant, teacher’s assistant, help desk technician, etc. Students who wish to work on campus must meet certain eligibility criteria, including at least one of the following:

  • Enrolled (or registered for fall semester for summer employment) at Casper College or one of its partnership institutions for six or more credit hours
  • Degree seeking
  • International students with a student visa whose I-20 issuing institution is Casper College
  • Graduated from Casper College or one of its partnership institutions in May and working during the summer after graduation
  • A high school student taking ACE classes
  • Federal work study students may have other requirements and must confirm their eligibility with the Enrollment Services office

Additional information and a list of current openings for on campus positions is available at http://www.caspercollege.edu/student-success/on-campus-employment 

Off Campus. Employers in the Casper community and throughout the State of Wyoming advertise current openings with career services to target current students and those who have recently graduated. Jobs range from full-time benefited positions to temporary positions that offer students the opportunity to earn some quick cash. Visit the Student Success Center or our website at http://www.caspercollege.edu/student-success/job-postings for currently available positions.

Computer Labs

There are Windows and Mac computer labs available on campus for general student access, and several departmental computer labs. Consult a department member to determine departmental computer lab availability. Computer labs have word processing, spreadsheet and database software, and internet access. Software used for specific disciplines is available in certain labs. Go to Computer Labs for a list of computer lab locations, hours, and software.

Counseling Services

Union/University building, Wellness Center, Room 215
307-268-2267 or www.caspercollege.edu/wellness-center/counseling-services

Common concerns among college students include stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, adjusting to college, life transitions, and developing positive academic and personal skills. Professional counselors assist students in examining and resolving concerns that may interfere with educational and personal success.

Assistance is available to address mental health issues, grief and loss, interpersonal difficulties, emotion and mood management, personal growth and well-being, and more. Campus counselors offer individual, couples, and group counseling, consultations, and crisis intervention. These services are free and confidential for students enrolled at Casper College, UW-Casper, UND, and other on-campus affiliate programs. Talk with the counseling staff to see if these services are right for you. They may be able to help, or provide a referral to someone who can.

Digital Learning Center

Liesinger Hall, Room 132
307-268-3882 or www.caspercollege.edu/dlc

The Digital Learning Center supports online and hybrid classes and classroom audiovisual technologies. They also provide comprehensive training for faculty, staff, and students in required and commonly used technologies, such as Moodle, Google Apps for Education, Microsoft Office, and YouTube.

Distance education refers to courses offered outside of a traditional classroom setting including online courses. Online courses are taught entirely online and are identified as section N1, N2, etc. and NET under the delivery mode. Hybrid courses are a combination of online and in-class instruction and are identified as section H1, H2, etc. and LAL and NET under delivery mode. Online and hybrid courses require the same prerequisites, admissions and registration procedures, and learning objectives as on-campus courses and they follow the academic calendar. Students must have internet access to take an online or hybrid course. Some courses require proctored exams.

Disability Services

Nolte Gateway Center, Student Success Center, Room 344
307-268-2557 or www.caspercollege.edu/about/accommodative

Casper College may not exclude any students with an ADA and/or Section 504 qualified disabling condition from any course or course of study because of a disability. Students may request disability services under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 by contacting the disability services counselor. To set up accommodations, students should schedule an appointment with the disability services counselor to discuss qualification and services. Students must provide documentation of a disability to qualify for services. A psychological evaluation is the preferred documentation but other types, such as an official letter from a qualified professional, can suffice.

Contact the Disability Counselor for appropriate alternatives of documentation. Typically, the college needs at least 72 hours advanced planning to meet a request for services and a minimum of two weeks if adaptive equipment or special services must be ordered. Possible accommodations for students can include extended time on a test, testing in a distraction free environment, scriber, spell checker, digital recorder, materials in an alternate format, books on tape, reader, sign language interpreter, priority seating, appropriate tables and chairs, smart pens, smart phone apps, iPad apps, etc.

Early Childhood Learning Center

ECLC
307-268-2586 or www.caspercollege.edu/eclc

The Thorson Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs and licensed by the Department of Family Services. They provide early childhood education and childcare services and parenting education programs for the Casper College campus community members. The staff, in partnership with the children’s parents, nurture and encourage the physical, emotional, social, and educational development of the children. The ECLC also serves as an educational laboratory site for students.

The ECLC can accommodate 52 children ages birth through 6 years. They are open from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays when school is in session. Fees vary according to the child’s age and are available on the website. There is a $30 per semester registration fee and a $30 one-time, prepayment for childcare. Per semester registration fees and prepayment are nonrefundable. Fees, prepayment, and rates are subject to change without notice.

Enrollment Services

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2323 or www.caspercollege.edu/enrollment-services

Enrollment services can assist students with admissions, registration, schedule changes, class withdrawals, and financial aid. They provide campus tours and printing student IDs. Enrollment Services maintains all student academic records. To request a transcript, submit an online request at caspercollege.edu/offices-services/records.

Events and Tickets

Students can use their Casper College IDs for free access to all athletic events, excluding tournaments, and theatre and dance events. Students show their IDs at the door for athletic events or at the Gertrude Krampert Center for Theatre and Dance Box Office when they pick up tickets. Other events may also be free, such as lectures, gallery openings, artists’ talks, and music events. Check out the Events Calendar and Student Activities links on the website, or facebook.com/CasperCollege for upcoming events.

Financial Assistance

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2323 or www.caspercollege.edu/financial-aid/scholarships

In general, to apply for federal assistance, a student must be enrolled as degree seeking, making satisfactory academic progress, be a U.S. citizen, and must not be in default on prior student loans or convicted of the sale or possession of illegal drugs.

Students should apply for financial aid early by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Financial assistance and scholarship information is available at financial aid. Most financial aid awards are applied to the student’s account before the beginning of the semester. Balance checks are available starting the first day of class. Students should finalize their schedules by the census date, the 10th day of regularly scheduled class days (fifth day for summer semester), to avoid having their financial aid reduced or cancelled. Know and maintain the award requirements for receipt and retention.

Degree-seeking students should apply for financial aid whether or not they think they are eligible. The application is available at www.FAFSA.ed.gov. Single students under 24 years old with no eligible dependents must provide parent’s information. Students must reapply each year.

Fitness Center

Erickson Thunderbird Gym
268-2518

The Fitness Center is available to students enrolled in PEAC 2001-2005 and 2007. PEAC is an audit only class. Mandatory per credit fees do not apply to these classes. The Fitness Center has cardio equipment, free weights, super circuit, weighted medicine balls, and a stretching area. Go to http://www.caspercollege.edu/fitness-center for hours of operation.

Food Service

307-268-2126 or www.casperdining.sodexomyway.com

Food service is available in the Tobin Dining Hall and the Sub Connection, both located on the first floor of the Union/University building, at the Doornbos Student Lounge Coffee Cart in Liesinger Hall, and at the Gateway Cafe on the third floor of the Nolte Gateway Center. The Tobin Dining Hall serves 19 meals per week: three meals a day Monday through Friday and two meals on Saturday and Sunday. All locations offer soups, salads, sandwiches, coffee, snacks, Starbucks coffees, and other beverages. Each year a student committee meets with the food service director to discuss menu suggestions. Sodexo, our food service provider, offers special occasion or holiday meals and catering.

Several meal plan options or meals can be purchased with T-Bucks or cash. Meal plans are available for students, employees, and community members. Residence hall students must select a meal plan for their board. Fall semester meal plans begin the first day of classes through the last day of final exams. Spring semester plans begin the first day of classes through commencement. Food service is not available between semesters, during spring break, and on dates listed in the Residence Hall Terms and Conditions of Occupancy Handbook.

Meal plans, T-Bucks and Flex Dollars are loaded onto the student’s ID card. Students present their ID in the Tobin Dining Hall or at any campus food facility. Residence Hall students must have a student ID by the first day of the semester.

Meal Plans and Flex Dollars

All meals provided through a meal plan are available in the cafeteria or meal equivalency are available at the Sub Connection, Doornbos Student Lounge, and Gateway Café. Meal plans and Flex Dollars do not carry over from semester to semester. Purchase meal plans at the Accounting and Financial Management Office in the Nolte Gateway Center. Additional Flex Dollars may be purchased at the Tobin Dining Hall, Doornbos Student Lounge, and Gateway Cafe. Visit the Sodexo website at https://casperdining.sodexomyway.com/index.html for meal plan options and hours of operation.

GEAR UP

Strausner Hall, Room 221
www.caspercollege.edu/gearup

GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is a federal grant program designed to increase the number of at risk youth who enter into and succeed in postsecondary education. Casper’s GEAR UP program serves seventh to 12th grade Natrona County youth, college freshmen who have previously participated in GEAR UP, and parents of GEAR UP participants. GEAR UP focuses on enhancing already existing youth services through partnerships and networks in local communities. GEAR UP programs are located on each of Wyoming’s community college campuses and the University of Wyoming campus.

Health Services

Union/University building, Wellness Center, Room 202
307-268-2263 or www.caspercollege.edu/wellness-center/student-health-services

Student Health Services provides physical exams, immunizations, some lab tests, strep throat tests, blood pressure monitoring, urinalysis, emergency first aid, office visits, and medical care coordination within the community, personal health education programs, and consultations for students. Most services are free or income-based. Students must present their student IDs to obtain services. Students may see a general physician for free at the drop-in clinic on Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There is also a women’s clinic on Wednesday afternoon. Appointments are required for the women’s clinic.

High School Equivalency Preparation

Werner Technical Center
307-268-2230 or www.caspercollege.edu/alc

The Adult Learning Center offers free assistance to out-of-school adult students, 16 years old and older, who need to improve their basic reading, writing and math skills to reach their educational and employment goals. Educational services are available to speakers of other languages.

High School Equivalency Exams

Casper College offers HiSET and GED exams. Both exams provide a high school equivalency certification.

Nolte Gateway Center, Student Success Center, Room 350
307-268-2089 or www.caspercollege.edu/student-success

The Student Success Center administers the HiSET exam, which measures knowledge and skills in five subject areas: language arts reading and writing, mathematics, science, and social studies, and demonstrates that the test taker has attained the academic knowledge and proficiency equivalent of a high school graduate. The HiSET exam is administered on Thursdays only and students must preregister online at hiset.ets.org before they can schedule to take the exam. Contact the Student Success Center for more information.

Thorson Institute of Business, room 120
307-268-3850 or www.caspercollege.edu/testing

The Testing Center administers the GED exam. Students must preregister at ged.com before they can take any of the exams. This site lists available testing dates and times and has exam preparation information. Students must make payment online when each exam appointment is scheduled. Students do not need to take all four exams on the same day. Contact the Testing Center at 307-268-3850 for more information.

Identification Cards

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor

Casper College issues student identification cards to students enrolled in Casper College or affiliated institution credit courses who pay the college’s mandatory per credit fees. A student ID card is required for admittance to college-sponsored activities, to use library services, and to identify students within the college’s information system and records. Students can use the card to get free access to many campus events and services. Student ID cards are available in Enrollment Services. Replacement ID cards are available for a fee.

Internet and Network Resources

Liesinger Hall, Room 3
Information Help Desk located on the lower level of the Goodstein Foundation Library.
307-268-3648 or www.caspercollege.edu/doit/index.html

The college creates Google accounts for all registered students in the my.caspercollege.edu domain. Student accounts include Gmail and other Google apps including the productivity suite in Google Drive. To access your account, sign into https://launchpad.classlink.com/cc and then sign into any available Google app or sign in directly https://accounts.google.com using your Casper College email address and password.

The Microsoft Office 365 Productivity Suite is free to registered students. The latest version of the suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote is available for offline and online use. To access the software, go to Office.com/GetOffice365 and register with your Casper College email address. Download and install on up to five compatible devices, PCs, Macs, and tablets (iPad or Android).

The college provides computer, internet, and network resources to support educational purposes only. Commercial use is prohibited. Users are expected to comply with college policies and local, state, and federal laws. Computer resources are Casper College property; the college may restrict their use. Qualified users include Casper College, UW-Casper, and UND students, faculty, and staff. The unauthorized use of computer resources violates Wyoming state and U.S. federal law and college policies. Students, faculty, or staff should not use, access, or attempt to access unauthorized accounts, passwords, or computer resources.

Insurance

All students are encouraged to have health insurance while attending Casper College. Some programs require health insurance. Students who come from countries without a national insurance plan should contact Enrollment Services discuss insurance options.

Library

307-268-2269 or www.caspercollege.edu/library

The Goodstein Foundation Library supports teaching and learning at Casper College by providing a program of information literacy instruction designed to ensure students, staff, and faculty can locate, evaluate, and use information effectively. The library provides a physical book collection of academic titles to support the college curriculum, and supplementary collections of children’s, young adult, and popular books. They also carry journals, magazines, and newspapers in the library.

The library provides access to an extensive collection of online research databases, e-books, journals, streaming video, magazines, and newspapers. Individual research help is available during library hours in person, by phone, email, or appointment. An online FAQ is available on the library’s website when the library is closed. Students and employees have access to many library services including course reserves (material set aside for assignments), device checkout, and a wide-reaching interlibrary loan network.

The library offers computer stations, photocopiers/scanners, fax machines, laptops, iPads, Chromebooks, and other devices for student use. Individual and group study rooms are available and may be booked from the library’s website. See the library’s website for more information and policies.

Notary Public

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2622 or www.caspercollege.edu/business-office

A notary public is available free of charge to students and those who need notarized signatures for completion of official documents.  Check with Accounting and Financial Management for available notaries.

Placement Testing

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor, Student Success Center
307-268-2089 or www.caspercollege.edu/student-success/placement-testing

Placement exams (ACT and Tailwind), along with high school and college transcripts, assist students and their advisors with proper course placement. Casper College staff members administer the Tailwind on a walk-in basis throughout the week and on most Thursday evenings by appointment only. Test scores are not immediately available upon test completion. Students will receive their score report(s) and Casper College course placement by email in 7 to 10 business days. For a detailed, monthly schedule, please visit our webpage at http://www.caspercollege.edu/student-success/placement-testing. Students must bring a picture ID, know their Social Security Number, and have a valid e-mail. Phones, hooded sweatshirts, hats, smart watches and food or drink are not allowed in the testing lab. For current information on which study guide a student should use to prepare for the exam, cost, and time limits contact the Student Success Center.

The American College Testing program has established the following dates for taking the ACT exam.

Fall Test Dates

2nd Saturday in September
Last Saturday in October
2nd Saturday in December

Spring/Summer Test Dates

1st Saturday in February
3rd Saturday in April
2nd Saturday in June

Access registration deadlines and online registration at www.act.org. Contact Student Success at 307-268-3315 for more information or to sign up for remedial courses designed to improve academic performance.

Scholarships

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2323 or www.caspercollege.edu/financial-aid/scholarships

Casper College awards scholarships based on criteria such as financial need, academic merit, skills, or activities. Students must apply to be considered. Scholarship information and an online application is available at www.caspercollege.edu/financial-aid/scholarships.

Wyoming high school students who graduated in 2006 or later may qualify for the Hathaway Scholarship. Hathaway Scholarship amounts vary based on the student’s ACT scores, high school GPA, and success curriculum. Contact the Hathaway and program specialist at 307-268-2510 for information.

Single Parent Program

Nolte Gateway Center, Student Success Center, third floor
307-268-2089

The Casper College Single Parent Program provides single parents with academic planning and guidance, information on navigating higher education, and financial resources to assist with attending college. Grants are available for qualifying students to cover tuition and offset the cost of textbooks. Qualifying single parents have immediate access to our textbook library, which allows them to borrow required textbooks for the current semester. Additional resources may be available upon request. To receive financial assistance, students must be the custodial parent, registered for classes, and in good academic standing. This program usually has a two-semester waitlist. Contact the Student Success Center staff to learn more and to access services.

Student Success Center

Nolte Gateway Center, Student Success Center, third floor
307-268-2089 or
www.caspercollege.edu/student-success

The Student Success Center strives to empower all students through individualized coaching, counseling, and mentoring to help them achieve their full potential. We offer services that focus on reducing barriers, creating connections to campus and community resources, and preparing students to be successful in college and life. The Student Success Center is home to the following services and programs.

  • Academic Coaching & planning
    • Building academic skills such as time management, reading, note-taking, organization, test anxiety, etc.
    • Creating a road map to graduation and beyond
    • General questions about advising or major requirements
    • Assistance working through any challenges related to academics or those that impact academics
  • Probation & Suspension, http://www.caspercollege.edu/student-success/probation-suspension
    • individualized and group services designed to help students create and execute a plan to get back on track and in good academic standing
  • Career Services
    • Career counseling: picking a major or career
    • Finding a job or internship on or off campus
    • Assistance with resumes, cover letters, and interviews
  • Disability Support Services
    • setting up accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Single Parent Program
    • Support services and scholarships for single parents
  • Testing
    • placement into math and English courses and high school equivalency

Student Username, Password and Email

Email using a college assigned student email account is Casper College’s official method of communication. Students are responsible for all information sent to them via their Casper College email account. Gmail accounts are created for all registered students in the my.caspercollege.edu domain. Student usernames for Casper College Gmail account are firstname.lastname@my.caspercollege.edu. For example, Jane Doe is jane.doe@my.caspercollege.edu. To log into your email:

  • Go to www.caspercollege.edu
  • Click on “Current Students” and select “Email via ClassLink”
  • Fill in your student username and password
  • Click on “Gmail”
  • Sign in with your student email address and password

Help with Gmail and ClassLink is available at google.com/a/caspercollege.edu/launchpad. If you experience problems with LaunchPad, you may bypass it and log into Gmail directly at accounts.google.com.

Student usernames for WebAdvisor, LaunchPad, Moodle, computers on campus, and library databases are firstname.lastname. For example, John Doe is john.doe. Students can obtain their username and password from their academic advisor, Enrollment Services, or the ThunderGeek Help Desk. The last six digits of a student’s social security number is the initial password for WebAdvisor. Students should change their passwords upon first access of their accounts. The ThunderGeek Help Desk at 307-268-3648 is available to help with login issues.

Testing Center

Thorson Institute of Business, Room 120
307-268-3850 or www.caspercollege.edu/testing

The Testing Center offers a secure, proctored environment for a range of testing needs including makeup and proctored exams for some Casper College courses and ATI nursing exams. Call or email at least 24 hours in advance to make an appointment. Current hours, policies, and additional information are available on the center’s website. Students must present a valid photo ID with their signature or current student ID prior to testing. The Testing Center is a National College Testing Association certified test center.

Tutoring

Casper College offers a variety of tutoring services to help students succeed.

Math Learning Center

Wold Physical Science Center, Room 104
www.caspercollege.edu/schools/sci/math-lab

The Math Learning Center provides tutoring for math, physics, chemistry, and engineering. Electronic media including video and microcomputers are available, and they have computer software for tutorial instruction, drills, and practice. Calculators are available for rent on a semester basis for a small fee. The center operates on a drop-in basis; check their website for hours of operation.

NetTutor

NetTutor, an online tutor service, is available to all students. Tutoring is available in an extensive number of subjects. Log into Moodle4Me and click on the “Connect on NetTutor” link to access the site.

Statistics Lab

Wold Physical Science Center, Room 323
307-268-3092 or www.caspercollege.edu/statistics

Tutoring and open lab space is available to work on statistics assignments. Check their website for hours of operation.

Writing Center

Strausner Hall, Room 215
307-268-2610 or www.caspercollege.edu/writing-center

The Writing Center is a resource for students, faculty, staff, University of Wyoming at Casper, affiliated institutions, and Casper residents. Trained writing assistants work with authors on writing projects in all disciplines and personal projects such as business and professional correspondence, poetry, fiction, and other genres. Peer, faculty and community volunteers use a variety of strategies to assist at any stage of a writing project, from generating materials to drafting, revising, and editing of the final version. Writing Center resources include textbooks, professional journals, and teacher preparation materials about writing in all disciplines, plus information on markets and contests for writers. Writing Center services are free.

Veterans Services

Nolte Gateway Center, third floor
307-268-2510 or www.caspercollege.edu/financial-aid/veterans

The special population coordinator assists veterans and eligible dependents to receive and maintain VA educational benefits and set educational goals. Students should contact the coordinator before committing to a specific chapter of the GI Bill to discuss which chapter and combination of benefits will provide the best financial support.

Veterans Center

Goodstein Library, Room 108

The Veterans Center provides space for veterans, service members and their families to meet others transitioning to student life. Workshops, meetings and other events occur at the center.

Western History Center

Goodstein Foundation Library, Room 203
307-268-2680 or www.caspercollege.edu/whc

The  Western History Center acquires, preserves, arranges, describes, and provides public access to published and original documentary material of enduring historical value about Wyoming and the West, with a focus on Casper and central Wyoming. Public access is a physical arrangement of providing reference services. The center allows access, reference and delivery services without compromising the preservation of the materials or the legal rights of the creators, donors, subjects, and owners of those materials.


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