Situated on Crow Creek in the heart of ranch country, Cheyenne boasts unmatched wilderness escapes, rowdy nightlife and the fun-loving spirit of the Wild West. Home to 3 colleges and over 120 academic programs, you have tons of major options in Cheyenne, including rodeo production management, computer information systems, and homeland security. Named to Forbes list of Best Places for Business and Careers and ranked number 34 in the nation's top 200 cities for job growth, Cheyenne's adventurous culture, friendly residents, active community and robust education offerings are a perfect climate for an excellent collegiate experience.
Cheyenne has endless outdoor activities like archery at Curt Gowdy State Park, ATV off-roading at Medicine Brow National Forest, rock climbing at Vedauwoo, and paddle boarding at the Crystal reservoir. It truly is a nature lover's playground. But it's not all about exploring how the west was won. Cheyenne is home to a variety of museums and historic mansions; the Terry Bison Ranch is a 30,000 acre haven of rolling hills and over 2,300 bison. Additionally, Cheyenne offers sports enthusiasts a cheering outlet with the Cheyenne Grizzlies baseball team, the Capidolls Roller Derby, and the Cheyenne Stampede semi-professional hockey team. With a climate that gives you the best of all four seasons, you'll be able to explore all that Cheyenne has to offer and connect with your cowboy alter ego. Rest assured, you'll be glad you set your college compass for southeastern Wyoming.*Cheyenne.org *visitcheyenne.org *cheyenneoutdoors.org *forbes.com *Wikipedia, "Cheyenne"
Laramie County Community College offers 164 degree programs. It's a small, public, two-year college in a small suburb. In 2019, 726 students graduated with students earning 496 Associate's degrees, and 230 Certificates.