Northwest College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive community college that offers both transfer and technical degrees to approximately 2,000 students. Class sizes are typically 10 to 20 students. The main campus, located in Powell, Wyoming, is located on over 130 acres and consists of over 60 buildings. There are five residence halls and 80 apartments.
This institution offers the WUE rate to transfer students.
The WUE tuition rate applies to the majors listed below. If the major is not listed here, it is not eligible for the WUE rate:
|Program Name||Degree Type(s)|
|Agriculture - Farm and Ranch Management||ASSOC|
|Agriculture - Range Management||ASSOC|
|Agriculture Production||CERT, ASSOC|
|Archeology Technician||CERT, ASSOC|
|Business Technology - Administrative Assistant/Word Processing||CERT, ASSOC|
|Business Technology - Help Desk||CERT|
|Education - Early Childhood||ASSOC|
|Education - Elementary||ASSOC|
|Education - Secondary||ASSOC|
|English - Literary Studies/Writing||ASSOC|
|Equine/Farrier Studies and Business Management||CERT, ASSOC|
|Graphics - Design||ASSOC|
|Graphics - Prepress||CERT, ASSOC|
|Graphics - Printing Production||ASSOC|
|Health/Medical Preparatory Programs (PPS/OT/PT/OPT)||ASSOC|
|Journalism - Print||CERT, ASSOC|
|Journalism - Web/Broadcasting||ASSOC|
|Liberal Studies||CERT, ASSOC|
|Natural Resource Biology||ASSOC|
|Non-Degree Seeking||No Degree|
|Nursing - Practical (LPN)||CERT|
|Nursing - Registered (RN)||ASSOC|
|Outdoor Education and Recreation Leadership||CERT, ASSOC|
|Physical Education/Coaching||CERT, ASSOC|
|Radio and Television Production||CERT, ASSOC|
|Welding Technology||CERT, ASSOC|
Northwest College offers open enrollment, so there are no application deadlines for most programs. The nursing program and the equine riding and training program require additional applications and have application deadlines. All programs are available to WUE students.
High School Graduates: Northwest College admits Wyoming resident graduates of regionally accredited Wyoming high schools upon receipt of an Application for Admission and a final transcript. Out-of-state high school graduates must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
Home Schooled Students: Home schooled students, 16 years of age or older should submit a completed Home School Transcript Evaluation Form along with their ACT/SAT scores.
Northwest College encourages students who have not taken the ACT/SAT to take the COMPASS Placement Exam.
Apply online: http://www.nwc.edu/apply/Contact Information