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Wyoming Catholic College

Wyoming Catholic College
Motto Wisdom in God's Country
Established 2005
Type Private
President Robert W. Cook
Students 115
Location Lander, Wyoming
Campus Rural
Affiliations Roman Catholic (Ex Corde Ecclesiae)

Wyoming Catholic College is a private, Catholic liberal arts college in Lander, Wyoming. It is the only private four-year institution of higher education in the state.


WCC is one of the newest colleges in the United States, admitting its first class in 2007 and graduating them in the spring of 2011. WCC was granted Institutional Preaccreditation status by the American Academy for Liberal Education (AALE) on September 1, 2010.[1]


Because it offers a four-year, integrated, Great Books curriculum, Wyoming Catholic College has no majors, minors, specialized degrees or graduate programs; it awards graduating students the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts. There were 115 students enrolled in fall 2013.[2]


External links

  • Wyoming Catholic College website

Coordinates: 42°49′11″N 108°44′26″W / 42.81972°N 108.74056°W / 42.81972; -108.74056

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