Judy Hayworth – 2024 SC Distinguished Alum

Judy Hayworth ’65 – A Life of Service to Others “I always knew I would be a teacher. I loved working and spending time with children, even at a young age.” Judy Hayworth was born and raised in Sheridan, attending Sheridan schools and getting involved in the local 4H program....

SC TRIO Students go to Kenya

Sheridan College TRIO students recently had the chance to experience a service learning trip to Kenya. Hector Martinez of the Sheridan Press wrote an article that was published in the April 30, 2024 Sheridan Press about the amazing opportunities the students were afforded on this trip. SHERIDAN — Sheridan College...

SC President Awarded National Honor

Dr. Walter Tribley, President of Sheridan College, was selected as one of 20 recipients of the 2024 Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK). This national award recognizes college presidents showing outstanding behaviors and exceptional commitment to support students in pursuit of their...

SC student named WY New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar

Madison Clarke, a Sheridan College student from Clark, Wyoming, has been named Wyoming’s 2024 New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar.  Only one Wyoming student is chosen for this prestigious award each year.  This $2,250 scholarship is designed to support recipients who are transferring to a bachelor's program after graduation. Scholars are...

A Musical Celebration in honor of Sy Thickman

Please join us for a musical celebration in honor of Dr. Sy Thickman and his love of Sheridan and the Arts! Featuring cellist Evan Drachman, accompanied by pianist Richard Dowling. When: April 14, 2024 at 4:00pm in Kinnison Hall at Sheridan College. Reception to follow concert. FREE and open to...
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Thickman Lecture: A Lakota Winter Count

Sheridan College History Faculty instructor Donovin Sprague will present the Thickman Faculty Lecture "A Lakota Winter Count" on Thursday, April 11, 2024 at 6pm in the Whitney Center for the Arts room #235. The winter buffalo count is a yearly historical record of the most important event of the year...

Thickman Faculty Lecture- Freedom of Speech: Then and Now

Join us on Thursday, February 22 at 6pm for another great Faculty Lecture by adjunct History professor Michael Thomas, MA. Freedom of Speech: Then and Now The discussion will include: • History of the 1st Amendment • Inclusion of Freedom of Speech in the Bill of Rights • Interpretation of...
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SC Rodeo Banquet 2024 – Get your tickets!

It is that time again - everyone's favorite event - the 2024 Sheridan College Rodeo Banquet!  Saturday, March 9, 2024 at the Golden Dome on the Sheridan College campus. Doors open at 5:30pm, Dinner starts at 6:30pm, silent and live auctions, and live entertainment by Brandon James & the Yayhoos!

Thickman Faculty Lecture: A.I. — Game Changing Technology

Sheridan College Math Faculty professor Steven Miller, PhD, will present the Thickman Faculty Lecture "A.I. - The Game Changing Technology that Educators and Society Must Reckon With NOW!" on Thursday, November 9, 2023 at 6pm in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center room #103 (Sheridan College in Johnson County).

Thickman Lecture: Impacting Homelessness from a Systems Perspective

Please join us as Kristine Mantey, MBA, Sheridan College Business Faculty will present the Thickman Faculty Lecture "Impacting Homelessness from a Systems Perspective" on Thursday, September 21, 2023 at 6pm in Whitney room #235.

SC Offering New Accounting Enrolled Agent Program

Sheridan College will begin offering an accounting enrolled agent certificate program this fall, which will provide students with career enhancement skills while meeting a need in the local business community. “Creating opportunities for students to learn employable skills is at the heart of the community college mission,” Dr. Walt Tribley,...

SC Offering New Food Service Inspector Program

Beginning this fall, students at Sheridan College can earn a Certificate of Completion as a Food Service Inspector. This certificate will prepare students to fulfill the required qualifications for a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS) position at the GS-5 level. According to Sheridan...

SC student named 2023 Hites Scholar

Landry May, a spring 2023 graduate from Sheridan College, is one of 15 Phi Theta Kappa members selected as a 2023 Hites Scholar and will receive a $10,000 scholarship for baccalaureate studies. The Hites Transfer Scholarship is awarded to Phi Theta Kappa members who are preparing to transfer to a...

New SC Dental Wing Meeting Expectations

On May 17, 2023, Sheridan Media had a great feature about the Kim and Mary Kay Love Dental Hygiene Clinic located in the recently completed B. F. and Rose H. Perkins Health Science Center at Sheridan College.  The new dental wing opened in February 2022.  Click Here to read the...

SCF – Winner of First Federal Bank Drawing

The Sheridan College Foundation was this week's First Federal Bank & Trust Community Commitment $1,000 winner! First Federal Bank & Trust is giving away $1,000 per week by random draw, every week in 2023 to a 501(c)(3) or qualified tax- exempt organization in Sheridan and Yellowstone counties. Thank you to...
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Thickman Lecture: Cultural Competence and Study Abroad

Joseph Aguirre, M.Ed, will present a Thickman Faculty Lecture: "Cultural Competence and Study Abroad". When: Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 6 pm in the Whitney Academic Center #153 (Tiered Classroom) at Sheridan College. Free Admission! As a previous under-represented college student from a large bi-racial family Joseph has seen the...

Sheridan College faculty member winner of Research Award

The International Society of Bassists (ISB) awarded Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, Sheridan College’s Director of Strings and Orchestral Studies, the Grand Prize in the Professional Division of their biennial research competition. Every two years, the ISB awards in four categories: excellence in performance, instrument building, composition, and academic research. According...

Don’t Miss the Rodeo Banquet – March 4, 2023!

Come join us for the annual Sheridan College Rodeo Banquet on March 4, 2023 at the SC Golden Dome. Food, fun and live music by Sam Platts and the Plainsmen, as well as a silent and live auction! Tickets are $75 per person. Doors open at 5:30. Call 307-675-0702 for...

Thickman Lecture: Why is Stress Such a Pain in the Neck?

Dr. Rachel Kristiansen will present a Faculty Lecture "Why is Stress Such a Pain in the Neck?  When: Thursday, February 16, 2023 at 7 pm in Kinnison Hall at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Dr. Kristiansen will explain how both acute and chronic stress manifests in the...

Thickman Lecture: Creativity in Captivity

Dr. Rachel Bergman, Director of Academic Initiatives and Arts Outreach and Director of the Sheridan College Flute Choir will present a lecture titled “Creativity in Captivity: Viktor Ullmann’s Der Kaiser von Atlantis” on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. in Kinnison Hall at the Whitney Center for the Arts at...

Thickman Lecture: The 1906-08 Ute Journey Across Wyoming

Please come join us for another great Thickman Faculty Lecture by Sheridan College History Professor Donovin Sprague on October 6, 2022 at 7pm in Kinnison Hall in the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts. It will also be streamed online at

“Resilient Leadership” Impact Luncheon

Come join us on October 26 for a "Resilient Leadership" Impact Luncheon featuring as speaker our own Jen Crouse, Sheridan College VP of Student Affairs and Executive Director of the Sheridan College Foundation. Click Here for tickets

Join us for Summer Swing ’22!

Come join us for the Eric Richards Jazz Ensemble SUMMER SWING '22 on Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30, 2022 for two GREAT events sponsored by the John B. and Dorothy D. Duncan Foundation! It is FREE and open to the public!

Faculty Spotlight – Edith Johnson-LaMeres – all about student success!

“Edith Johnson-LaMeres is always willing to help wherever needed” said co-worker Jim Will.  “She has done so much and continues to do so much - to ensure the success of Sheridan College and its students.” Edith was born and raised in Sheridan, Wyoming. She attended Sheridan College and completed her...
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2nd Annual Golf for Knowledge Tournament

2nd Annual Sheridan College in Johnson County Golf for Knowledge Scholarship Golf Tournament May 27th, 2022 at the Buffalo Golf Club at 1pm We hope you will plan to join us! The Golf for Knowledge Scholarship tournament is our biggest fundraising event to support scholarships for Johnson County residents enrolled...

Thickman Lecture – Practical Applications of Music

Practical Applications of Music and Neuroscience Knowledgepresented by Carly Flaagan, MM, MT-BCCarly Flaagan will discuss:- Basic principles of Cognitive Neuroscience- Music Cognition - Cortical Activation and Music- Benefits of Music Relation to the Brain- Practical Applications of this Knowledge - Purposeful music listening; Music for relaxation; Active engagement with music;...

Thickman Lecture: “Major” Fourth be With You

“MAJOR” FOURTH BE WITH YOU, a Brief Overview of the Music of Star Wars presented by Dr. Chris Erickson Dr. Erickson will discuss some of the music from the Star Wars Suite to be played by the SC Symphony Orchestra on April 2nd. The lecture will include live and recorded...

Art Orr ’78 – Always coming back for more!

Art Orr just kept coming back for more… education, that is. After graduating high school in Bigfork, MT, Art enrolled in the Montana Institute of Bible, graduating in 1972 with a degree in Education and Music. He worked as a youth pastor for a few years at the First Baptist...
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Join us at the 2022 Rodeo Banquet March 5!

Come join us for the annual Sheridan College Rodeo Banquet on March 5, 2022 at the SC Golden Dome. Food, fun and live music by Tris Munsick, as well as a silent and live auction! Tickets are $75 per person. Doors open at 5:30. Call 307-675-0700 for tickets.

Thickman Lecture: Native American Rights & Federalism

The Thickman Faculty Lecture Series is proud to sponsor Sheridan College History and Government instructor Michael Thomas, who will present his lecture Native American Hunting Rights & Federalism: Herrera vs Wyoming on Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 7:00pm. This lecture will be available to attend in person in Kinnison Hall...

SC Online Computer Science Certificate

SC online computer science certificate connects teachers with needed education.. Sheridan College launched its Computer Science Pathway Certificate program in fall 2020 after Senate Enrolled Act 48 required Wyoming school districts to offer computer science classes, increasing the demand for computer science teachers. The fully online program prepares teachers to...
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Thickman Faculty Lecture: Why are we so Divided?

The Thickman Faculty Lecture Series is proud to sponsor Sheridan College Psychology instructor Dr. Rachel Kristiansen who will present her lecture Why are we so Divided? Conflict, Cooperation and Morality on December 9, 2021 at 7pm. This lecture will be available to attend in person in Kinnison Hall at the...
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EveningPlus: New initiative at SC

Sheridan College EveningPlus: New initiative offers flexible evening and online classes. Sheridan College is launching a new initiative for busy adults. The EveningPlus program offers students the ability to attend courses in flexible ways, including in the evening or online. Students can pursue a degree, complete general education requirements to...

Charity McKenzie named Innovative Educator of the Year

The Wyoming Distance Education Consortium has named Charity McKenzie, a full-time Sheridan College math faculty member, the 2021 Innovative Educator of the Year for Northern Wyoming Community College District. McKenzie will be honored at the 5th Annual Wyoming Innovations in Learning Conference, which will be held virtually Sept. 30 through...

Spirit of Sheridan Music Festival

Join us for the Spirit of Sheridan Music Festival! Proceeds will fund music scholarships at Sheridan College. Double your impact - all ticket sales and donations to the Spirit of Sheridan Music Festival will be MATCHED by the Witzel Family Foundation - up to $5,000...Come have fun and help our...

New Scholarships honor Skatulas

The Vernon S. and Rowena W. Griffith Foundation has established two scholarships in honor of Roman and Martha Skatula for Sheridan College students. Starting this fall, the Roman and Martha Skatula Nursing Scholarship and the Roman and Martha Skatula Performing Arts Scholarship will be awarded to students. The Griffith Foundation...

Sheridan College Nursing Program in the News

Sheridan College is well-known for its outstanding Nursing Program. Many of the nurses in our local health care facilities were trained right here at Sheridan College. The Sheridan Press wrote a great article about how Sheridan College is building a nursing workforce that is supplying a desperate need in our...

Allen Thompson – 2021 Distinguished Alum

“Sheridan College is part of my life. It has always been a part of my life, and always will be, professionally and personally.” Sheriff Allen J. Thompson ’96 has dedicated his life to serving his country and his community with professionalism and excellence. Sheridan College Criminal Justice Department head Jonni...

Work to Start this Month on new Health Science Building at SC

Construction is expected to start this month on the new B. F. and Rose H. Perkins Health Science Center at Sheridan College. Dr. Walt Tribley, president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, announced the start of the project at the Board of Trustees meeting this week. Total cost of...

11th Annual SC Rodeo Banquet

Please join us at the 11th Annual Rodeo Banquet! - When: April 10, 2021 - - Doors open at 5:30pm - - Dinner at 6:30pm - - Where: At the Sheridan College Golden Dome - - *Live and silent auctions* - -**Live music by The Munsick Brothers!** - - Sponsorships...

Thickman Faculty Lecture: The Arrival: Motherhood and Art

The Thickman Faculty Lecture Series is proud to sponsor Art Faculty member Brittney Denham-Whisonant who will present her lecture The Arrival: Motherhood and Art on March 11, 2021 at 7pm. This lecture will be available to attend in person in Kinnison Hall at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the...

AgriPark Back in Operation

College partners with Sheridan WYO Rodeo to resume community use of AgriPark The public will again be able to rent the Sheridan College AgriPark, the college-owned rodeo arena located north of town on 40 acres donated by local artist and philanthropist Neltje. College officials announced today a partnership with the...

NWCCD Offers 8 Week Classes, Funding

NWCCD offers students another chance to enroll, receive funding Northern Wyoming Community College District is offering students another chance to enroll this fall. A wide variety of eight-week courses will begin on Oct. 15, and federal and local funding is available to eligible students. The majority of courses will be...

Hassler receives 2020 SC President’s Award

Sheridan College graduate Bailey Hassler is the recipient of the 2020 President’s Award. This award is presented each year to a graduating sophomore based on cumulative GPA and their participation and leadership within both Sheridan College and the broader community. Hassler is from Billings, Montana, and received her Associate of...

NWCCD Fifth Best Community College in US

Northern Wyoming Community College District ranked fifth on the “Best Community Colleges in the U.S.” list released yesterday by WalletHub. NWCCD received a total score of 68.07 based on three key metrics, including cost & financing, education outcomes and career outcomes. NWCCD, including Sheridan College, Gillette College and Sheridan College...

SC Alumni are Nominees for 20 Under 40 Awards

Congratulations to this year's nominees for The Sheridan Press 20 Under 40 awards,  six of which are Sheridan College Alumni! The nominees are the top young professionals who go above and beyond in Sheridan County. Read their full stories at We are proud of you JJ McGinnis '13, Cory...

SC Student Hayley Uecker Receives National Scholarship

Sheridan College social sciences student Hayley Uecker was one of five students nationwide recently selected for Optimal’s spring quarter Community College Scholarship. Uecker, from Dayton, plans to graduate in 2021 and eventually become an elementary school teacher. She will be the first in her family to complete a college degree....

NWCCD Relaunches Weekend Welding Program

June 11, 2020 NWCCD Relaunches Weekend Welding Program, spots available This past March, Northern Wyoming Community College District launched a new welding certificate designed for working adults. The Weekend Welding Certificate, available at Sheridan College and Gillette College, is intended to be completed in one year, and courses are held...

SCF Student Partners win Awards

Congratulations to our Sheridan College Student Partners who received 2020 student awards! •Theron Kalasinsky - Recognition for Undergraduate Research in Science   •Hannah Morneau - Recognition for Undergraduate Research in Science    •Cassidy Schellinger - Sheridan College Foundation C.R. Gibbs Leadership Award   •Mindy Songer - Outstanding Overall Science Student,...

NWCCD Baccalaureate Degrees

Darci Peterson at the Sheridan Press wrote a great article on February 28, 2020 about Sheridan College's efforts to develop four year baccalaureate degrees. Sheridan College leadership and community leaders have been working hard to make this effort come to fruition. "In fall 2021, students of the Northern Wyoming Community...

Alumnight at the Dome

Alumnight at the Dome features drawing for night at Eaton’s Ranch Sheridan College will host Alumnight at the Dome on Wednesday, Feb. 12 during the men’s and women’s basketball games against Gillette College. The women’s game starts at 5:30 p.m., and the men’s game tips off at 7:30 p.m. Click...

First Gen Student at SC is Helped by TRIO Program

There was a great article in the Sheridan Press recently written by Allayana Darrow about Hector Martinez, one of our first generation students who plans to become a teacher and is trying to open doors for his siblings in the future. The article explains the importance of Sheridan College's TRIO...

NWCCD Launches Welding Certificate for Working Adults

Wyoming Works grants available to qualifying applicants. Northern Wyoming Community College District is launching a new welding certificate designed to accommodate working adults. The Weekend Welding Certificate will be offered at Gillette College and Sheridan College with courses being held on Fridays and Saturdays. Students will be able to complete...

NWCCD Nursing Receives Re-accreditation

The Northern Wyoming Community College District nursing program has received full re-accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, a national agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. The Wyoming State Board of Nursing approves all nursing programs within the state,...

Faculty Lecture Series: Cheaters Sometimes Prosper

The Thickman Faculty Lecture Series invites the public to enjoy the lecture "Cheaters Sometimes Prosper: Lying, Cheating and Stealing Across the Animal Kingdom" presented by Rachel Kristiansen on November 14, 2019 at 7pm in the Whitney Academic Center #153. Free Admission!

Faculty Lecture Series – Lakota-Cheyenne History on the Bozeman Trail

This discussion of events in Wyoming along what would become known as the Bozeman Trail will highlight the local history of the Lakota-Cheyenne camps and their travel which included the areas of Dayton, Sheridan, Big Horn, Banner, Story and along the Tongue River. Where: Whitney Center for the Arts Kinnison...

Back to School

Stephen Dow of the Buffalo Bulletin recently wrote a great article about the Sheridan College in Johnson County’s Center for College and Career Readiness program. It’s the first day of school for Kevin Thomas. And, as for any first-day student, the new beginning brings both trepidation and excitement. All new...

SC Students Tops at National SkillsUSA

July 3, 2019 - Eight Sheridan College students traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, last week to compete against thousands of their peers at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. All eight students placed within the top 15 in the nation and half placed in the top 10. Only those students...

SC’s Aguirre Selected for Leadership Program

Sheridan College is proud to announce that College Success Program Director Joseph Aguirre is participating in the prestigious National Community College Hispanic Council Leadership Development Program as a 2019 fellow. Aguirre is one of twenty-four members of the 2019 Fellows Class selected from community college candidates from around the country....

Chance Ames Wins National Title at CNFR

Sheridan College student Chance Ames finished out his Sheridan College Rodeo career in style with a national title in bareback bronc riding at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper on Saturday night (June15). He rode well throughout the competition, and had accumulated a great score ahead of Saturday's ride,...

Sheridan College student one of 10 in the nation selected for Cyber Security Internship

May 28, 2019 - Aaron Baker, a student at Sheridan College, will attend a 10-week paid cyber security internship at Dakota State University in Madison, S.D., for the next 10 weeks. Baker was one of just 10 students in the United States selected for the prestigious internship where he will...

Students Excel at SkillsUSA

May 1, 2019 - Sheridan College students compete in Wyoming SkillsUSA each year and consistently excel – this year was no different. Seventeen students received 13 total medals after the results were tallied at the final competition in Casper.  In addition, the team also received the Runner-up High Point Chapter...

SC Student named NCWP Scholar

Second year a Sheridan College student named Wyoming’s New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar Nadia Van Haele, a Sheridan College dental hygiene student, has been named Wyoming's 2019 New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar and will receive a $1,250 scholarship. This scholarship supports students at associate degree-granting institutions who plan to enter...

SC Accreditation Reaffirmation

Earlier this month, Northern Wyoming Community College District President Dr. Paul Young received two strong endorsements of the college's health. First, news from the Institutional Actions Council of the Higher Learning Commission reaffirming the college's accreditation through 2028.  Second, official notification from Standard & Poor's Financial Services, LLC that the...

SC alumna Presents Ecology Research

Hannah Jernigan, a Sheridan College alumna, together with co-authors and Sheridan College life science instructors Scott Newbold and Julie Rieder, presented research last month at the Front Range Student Ecology Symposium at Colorado State University. Jernigan, from Cheyenne, graduated from Sheridan College in May 2015 with her associate degree in...

Faculty Lecture-The Maternal Monster

Scary Single Mothers in Contemporary Horror Film  by Miranda Miller Thursday, April 18 at 7pm A study of the depiction of single mothers in horror films that have been made since the beginning of the 21st century, looking at a summary of various cycles of the horror genre and how...

NWCCD Announces New President

The Board of Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District announced today that Dr. Walter Tribley has been selected as President of the District. The District was assisted in the conduct of the search by Dr. Pamila Fisher of the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT). Dr. Walter Tribley...

NWCCD All-Wyoming Team Nominees

Seven Northern Wyoming Community College District students were honored as members of the 2019 All-Wyoming Academic Team at the 2019 WACCT Awards Ceremony & Legislative Reception at Laramie County Community College yesterday. Each year, Wyoming community colleges nominate high-achieving students to represent them at the state level. Academic Team members...

Faculty Lecture Series – Dr. Kristiansen

Faculty Lecture Series – “Can We Talk to Animals? An exploration of communication across the animal kingdom”  –  by Dr. Rachel Kristiansen, S.C. Psychology Faculty March 7 – 7:00pm – Whitney Academic Center #153 Humans are adept at communicating using written words, symbols, and gestures. However, nonhuman animals have also evolved...

9th Annual Rodeo Banquet

*Live and silent auction*  *Great food*  *Lots of dancing* Live entertainment by Paul Bogart!...... Where: The Holiday Inn.... Date: February 23rd, 2019......When: Doors open at 5:30pm, Dinner at 6:30pm..... Tickets $50/person, available for purchase through Sheridan College Foundation: call 307-675-0702....... For more information contact Coach Marc Gilkerson at 307-675-0615

Dr. Paul Young Announces Retirement

Press release: Northern Wyoming Community College District President announces plans to retire in July 2019 October 19, 2018 Today at a special meeting of the Northern Wyoming Community College Board of Trustees, NWCCD President Dr. Paul Young announced he will retire in mid July 2019. As one of Wyoming's longest-serving...

Whitney Center Concert Hall renamed Kinnison Hall

On September 20, 2018, the Concert Hall in Whitney Center for the Arts was renamed Kinnison Hall, honoring Tom Kinnison who recently passed away after a battle with cancer. Tom, a Sheridan College alum, had worked tirelessly to help fund many projects at Sheridan College and in the community. A...

Dr. Sy Thickman – History of Sheridan Institutions

Dr. Sy Thickman presented his lecture "The Way We Were" on Thursday, September 27, recounting the history of many of Sheridan's major institutions. The lecture was well attended, and was live-streamed and recorded for those not able to attend.  Click Here to enjoy the recorded lecture. The Sheridan Press was...

Dr. Sy Thickman Faculty Lecture

Come join us for a fantastic Faculty Lecture by our own Dr. Sy Thickman as he shares stories and anecdotes about Sheridan College over the last seventy years and the impact the college has had on the Sheridan community.  Refreshments will be served following the lecture.  Free admission!  The Faculty...

SC Volleyball Team Wins Team Academic Award

The Sheridan College women’s volleyball team, led by coach Jennifer Stadler, was just awarded an American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the 2017 – 2018 academic year. According to AVCA, the award honors teams who have matched their dedication to the sport of volleyball with excellence in the...

SC Music faculty member wins prestigious WY Arts Council award

Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, Director of Strings and Orchestral Studies at Sheridan College, has received a Performing Arts Fellowship in Music from the Wyoming Arts Council, one of four recipients in the state. Bergman’s winning original compositions include “Ondine”, “The Temple," based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, and...

Smith named Woman of Influence

Congratulations to Sheridan College's Wendy Smith -- Recognized as the Wyoming Woman of Influence in Education for 2018! At the Sixth Annual Women of Influence Conference held in Cheyenne last week, our own Wendy Smith was named the 2018 Woman of Influence in Education.  No surprise to us as we...

SC Students Excel at SkillsUSA Championships

Sheridan College students have done very well at the National SkillsUSA Championships in the past, and this year was no exception.  Frank Baca and Benjamin Conklin traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, and won one of the nation's highest awards in Additive Manufacturing.  Click Here for the full article in the Sheridan...

Cole Reiner Shines at WYO Rodeo

Sheridan College Rodeo cowboy Cole Reiner has been making a name for himself in bareback riding. He recently competed in both the National College Rodeo Finals and the WYO Rodeo in Sheridan.  Click Here to read a great article in The Sheridan Press about Cole and his recent successes in...

Ann Storey – 20 Under 40 Honoree

Ann Storey, Sheridan College Alumna and current employee at Sheridan College, was recently honored by the Sheridan Press as one of Sheridan's 20 Under 40. According to the Press,  the 20 Under 40 are "the young professionals who go above and beyond. From an impressive list of nominations, a panel...

Hodge to Attend Peabody Institute

SHERIDAN — Colton Hodge was not a musical prodigy; he didn’t even learn to read music until a few years ago. But he has always had a talent and passion for music that eventually led him to master the viol da gamba. Hodge graduated from Sheridan College in May with his...

Chance Ames Going to CNFR

Sheridan College student and bareback rodeo cowboy Chance Ames is going to his second straight College National Finals Rodeo.  Chance led the Sheridan College Rodeo men's team to the Central Rocky Mountain Region's title for the second year in a row.  He was the only cowboy in the region to...

Announcing 2018 Distinguished Alum

Before he enrolled at Sheridan College in 1963, Torrey Moody was an ambitious, hardworking teenager with a dream to make it in business. Since then, that dream has become a reality. Moody now owns and operates nine franchises in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana.  A third generation Sheridan County resident, he...

SC Foundation Director Jen Crouse Perseveres

Our very own Executive Director, Jen Crouse was in the news this week.  Sheridan Press reporter Ryan Patterson wrote an article about Jen's journey after her car accident at age 16 in which she was paralyzed from her chest down. SHERIDAN — Jen Crouse wanted to speak but physically couldn’t....

NWCCD All-Wyoming Academic Team

Congratulation to three outstanding Sheridan College students, Rosborg Halldordottir, Kaycen Townsend and Celsey Martin, who have been selected to the 2018 All-Wyoming Academic Team representing Sheridan College! The following is a Sheridan Press article published on March 10, 2018 about our high achieving students:  

2017 Sheridan College Student of the Year

Congratulations to Sheridan College student Rósborg Halldórsdóttir, who has won the 2017 NWCCD Student of the Year award! The Sheridan Press published the following article on February 27, 2018, about Rósborg's accomplishments: When Rósborg Halldórsdóttir arrived at Sheridan College in July 2016 from Mosfellsbaer, Iceland, she didn’t intend to study...

Sheridan College Nursing Students in the News

On January 26, 2018, there was a fantastic article in the Sheridan Press about our very own Sheridan College Nursing students, twins Trae and Tyler Kauffmann. It chronicles their story from high school to what led them to come to Sheridan College and enroll in the Nursing program. Click Here...

Daring to be Different

There was a great article in the Sheridan Press on January 19, 2018 about the relatively large number of female students in the Sheridan College Technology programs.  Click Here to read the article. Sheridan College is proud of our Technology students "Daring to be Different"! Photo from the Sheridan Press...

SC Student Brittney Steele named New Century Scholar

Sheridan College student and current Sheridan College Foundation Student Partner Brittney Steele has been named a 2017 New Century Scholar! Brittney achieved the state’s highest score in the All-USA Community College Academic Team competition.  Judges consider academic accomplishments, leadership, activities and most importantly, how students extend their intellectual talents beyond...

Witzel Family Foundation exceeds $1M in donations!

The Sheridan Press had a great article about the Witzel Family Foundation's many generous donations to Sheridan College.  We are so blessed to have such wonderful Foundations in our Sheridan community!  Click Here to read the article in the Sheridan Press that was published on November 3rd, 2017.

SC Alumni at 3rd Thursday!

A fantastic night at Sheridan's 3rd Thursday street festival! Sheridan College Student Partners, SC women's basketball players, Foundation employees/board members, and some of our awesome Alumni greeted the community, sharing information about the Sheridan College Alumni Association!!

Sheridan College Veterans Center

We are so grateful for the Marna M. Kuehne Foundation and all they do for Veteran success at Sheridan College!  There was a wonderful article in the Sheridan Press on September 22, 2017 about Sheridan College's Veterans Center and the support that is available for veterans at Sheridan College. Click...
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Witzel Family Foundation and SC Celebrate Milestone!

Sheridan College Foundation is excited to celebrate with the Witzel Family Foundation - reaching a milestone of giving with a total of $1,045,000 provided for the support of students and the enhancement of our community! The Witzel Family Foundation has recently partnered with Sheridan College to purchase two pianos for...
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“Jazz in the Bighorns” Workshop

The SC Jazz Studies program has enjoyed a great deal of growth in the last two years.  In order to build upon this momentum, Sheridan College Director of Bands and Jazz studies Dr. Eric Richards developed a workshop “Sheridan College JAZZ IN THE BIGHORNS”, using the Spear-O Wigwam mountain campus...
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Dental Hygiene Class of 2007 Reunion

We were so fortunate to have the Dental Hygiene Class of 2007 Alumni on campus for a tour during their 10 year reunion recently. All of the reminiscing revealed a bond that will forever be held by these fine Sheridan College Alumni! See our Sheridan College Foundation and Alumni page...

Sheridan College Student rides at the WYO Rodeo

Hunter Carlson, current Sheridan College student and member of the Champion Generals Rodeo Team, did his rodeo coach proud riding bareback broncs at the WYO Rodeo. The hometown crowd showed their appreciation for the Sheridan College cowboy, giving him a loud ovation after his last ride.  He did not place,...

3-Time Champ Alum Zeke Thurston

Congratulations to SC Alum Zeke Thurston for making history at the Calgary Stampede! On July 16, 2017, he won his third straight Saddle Bronc riding Championship at Calgary, taking home a $100,000 check. Zeke is the first cowboy to ever win three straight Saddle Bronc Championships at the Calgary Stampede. In addition to...

Announcing 2017 Distinguished Alumni

Whether it’s woodworking or welding in her spare time, spending time with her parents or children and grandchildren, or working on mapping intricate data about the Northern Wyoming Community College District, Sheridan College’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Sharon Elwood has always given the task at hand her all.  Most recently, Sharon...