Student Services

Wyoming Catholic College offers a variety of services designed to meet the needs of its students.

For questions regarding these policies or other services, please contact the Director of Student Services.

Housing

While Wyoming Catholic College is at its current location, students are living in residence halls on the property of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, in nearby apartments, and a local hotel.  All residence halls are separated by gender and there is no inter-dormitory visitation allowed. 

The six Holy Rosary residence halls – St. Joan of Arc and St. Agnes Residences for the women;  St. John of the Cross, St. Leo the Great, St. Josemaria and St. Athanasius Residences for the men – house 96 students.

The apartment buildings – St. Scholastica and St. Benedict – are a ten minute walk from the Holy Rosary campus grounds. The two apartment buildings house an additional 32 students.

St. Gianna Molla Residence Hall is a converted wing of a local hotel and houses 45 women.  The College's wing is walled off from the rest of the hotel.    

Each residence hall houses a student prefect who represents and acts with the authority of the Director of Student Life. College-employed adults live close by and may be called upon for any needed assistance.

Food Service

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Wyoming Catholic College’s food service plan provides all of the necessary meals throughout the school year, prepared and served in Frassati Hall. The cost for meals is included in the room and board.  Although a professional food-service staff member will be working at each meal, the majority of cafeteria duties are provided by students on the work-study program. 

Airport Shuttles

WCC offers shuttles to and from the Denver and Riverton airports at the beginning and end of each semester.  To make arrangements, please contact shuttle@wyomingcatholic.org at least a week before the shuttle is needed.

Bookstore

Wyoming Catholic College does not have a bookstore. Each semester the College gives out the books and reading packets required for each course, which the students are required to purchase for a lump sum of $800. The College will not repurchase any of the books sold to students. 

For shirts, hats, waterbottles, and other branded apparel, please visit the webstore.   

Transcripts

A transcript is the record of an individual’s academic work at the College. All transcript requests must be in writing and signed by the student. No telephone requests will be honored.

Transcript requests must be submitted using a Transcript Request Form and delivered to the Registrar’s office in person, via fax or email (scanned and attached to the email). The form must contain the student’s signature – electronic signatures will not be accepted.

Transcripts will not be released to any student that has an outstanding obligation to the College. Outstanding obligations include, but are not limited to: tuition; overdue library books and fines; return/repair/replacement of OLP equipment; airport shuttle fees; work study shortfalls and other fees. The Business Office must sign off on any transcript request before they are processed.

Due to privacy considerations, transcripts will not be faxed to any recipients, including students. Transcripts may be sent electronically to the student only. Such transcripts will be unofficial. Grades and GPAs will not be given over the telephone.

(Certification of verification of enrollment may also be obtained from the Registrar's office. Click here to send an email to the Registrar or call (877) 332-2930.)

Library

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The College possesses a library of more than 14,000 volumes useful for the College's liberal arts curriculum and for recreational reading.  Housed in the college’s downtown center, the collection of books is steadily growing through donations and acquisitions. The library is electronically catalogued to allow for easy searching and finding of materials.

In addition, students may take advantage of the Fremont County Library, a public library that offers a wide variety of services such as interlibrary loans, magazines and newspapers, books on tape, and art exhibits and programs. 

Recreation

 

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Throughout the school year, there are  organized intramural sports.  During the fall semester there is ultimate frisbee, flag football, and volleyball.  During the spring semester there is basketball and soccer.

WCC has access to a local school gym which is open to the students on Wednesday evenings.  

Students who are interested in exercising have access to a fitness gym, Elemental Training Center.  Membership to the gym is paid for by the college.  The gym includes a variety of free weights, machines, and an indoor rock climbing wall.  If students would rather swim than use the fitness gym, they can go to the Lander Community Pool (also paid for by the college).