Public schools in Wyoming are ranked and listed on our city pages. While perhaps not raised and educated in Wyoming, more than 29.40% of state residents hold high school diplomas, with 17.10% having graduated from college and 8.60% completing a postgraduate degree program. Read the articles to learn more about schools and education in Wyoming.
Wyoming's seven community colleges offer two-year transfer degree, customized certificate and industry-specific programs. In 2014, more than 28,000 students were enrolled in Wyoming community colleges.
The University of Wyoming continues to cultivate a strong reputation as a major center of research across a spectrum of disciplines in everything from energy to water quality, neuroscience, biomedicine and supercomputing.
The multimillion-dollar nonprofit Western Research Institute (WRI) in Laramie conducts pioneering work in advanced energy systems and environmental technologies such as highway materials research.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but real equipment is invaluable when it comes to training employees in the extraction industry.
See how the Gillette Adventurarium Science Center helps children learn by having fun.
The University of Wyoming College of Business recently underwent a $54 million expansion and renovation project.
At the University of Wyoming, the emphasis is on research and development, with some groundbreaking results.
Wyoming’s community colleges and vocational training centers play a key role in providing the state with a skilled and work-ready labor pool.
Dependable, well-trained workers are key to the success of Wyoming's varied industrial base, and the McMurry Training Center continues to meet and anticipate those needs.
Wyoming's strong network of seven community colleges and satellite campuses gives employers and workers a leg up on success in the classroom and through distance-learning initiatives.