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Persons seeking admission, employment or access to programs at the University of Wyoming shall be considered without regard to race, sex, gender, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, political belief, or other status protected by state and federal statutes or University Regulations. UW publications are available in alternative formats. Contact the Admissions Office at (800)342-5996 or Information on support for students with disabilities is available through UW Disability Support Services at (307)766-6189 or TTY (307)766-3073.

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Established in 1886 as a land-grant university, the University of Wyoming has since grown into a nationally recognized research institution that includes accomplished faculty and world-class facilities on a picturesque campus. UW provides a unique learning environment with more than 200 areas of study, 250 student organizations and one of the nation’s most extensive study abroad programs. UW’s more than 13,600 students hail from all 50 states and 94 countries.

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Welcome to UW! Nestled between two mountain ranges in southeastern Wyoming, UW offers varied academic and lifestyle opportunities, including year-round cultural and recreational activities. UW is located in Laramie, a town of more than 30,000 with a unique blend of sophistication and Western hospitality. UW offers more than 200 areas of study, small student-to-faculty ratio and renowned faculty. As a nationally recognized research institution, UW’s global impact begins at our very own doorstep with innovative undergraduate and graduate research opportunities. UW provides an environment for success.

On-Campus Living On-campus living and dining is an important part of your education, growth and college experience. The residence halls provide an environment that supports personal and academic success. Living on campus is also about convenience and affordability. Classes are within a 10-minute walk or a UW Roundup bus ride from the residence halls. The Wyoming Union, also known as the living room of campus, provides services and programs for students outside the classroom. It is a place to relax, eat, socialize with friends, participate in activities, shop and much more! Enjoy a wide array of food and snacks with friends from Panda Express, Snowy Range Creamery, S’Pokes Pizza, Pita Pit, Rolling Mill, the Gardens and CJ’s. The Wyoming Student Union is also your source for campus event tickets and the place to purchase textbooks or the latest brown and gold attire at the University Store.

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All rooms are furnished and include cable television, Internet connections, 24-hour keyed entry and extensive security. The nationally recognized Washakie Dining Center is centrally located between the residence halls—a wide variety of delicious and nutritious cuisine is only a few steps away. Residential Freshman Interest Groups (FIGs) are specialty floors composed of students sharing similar academic or social interests. Enjoy quiet study spaces within each building to focus on your academic preparation. Free tutoring is available at the Student Learning Center. Computer assistance is close at hand in the Washakie Center computer lab.

Early application is essential for all housing facilities, especially if you intend to room with a friend or live in a specialty community. Single-occupancy rooms are available for graduate and undergraduate students of sophomore standing or above. First-year students are required to live in the residence halls during their initial two semesters. Exceptions exist for students with special circumstances.

Your Home in & Around Laramie One of the contributing factors to UW’s success is our location. The University of Wyoming is located 7,200 feet above sea level and offers unparalleled research, classroom and recreation opportunities. UW resides in Laramie, a safe and vibrant community of more than 30,000. Laramie offers fine dining and authentic Wyoming eateries, relaxed coffee houses and unique shopping, historic destinations and a variety of museums and cultural events. Within 15 minutes of town students can enjoy numerous outdoor activities. Local events include the Snowy Range Music Festival, Laramie Jubilee Days and Cheyenne Frontier Days. Few universities enjoy such an amazing combination of academics, recreation and community!

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Denver, Colo.: 2 hours Cheyenne, Wyo.: 45 minutes Snowy Range Ski Area and snow sports: 35 minutes Cross-country skiing: 20 minutes Vedauwoo rock climbing, hiking and bike trails: 15 minutes

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Vedauwoo Happy Jack Recreation Area Curt Gowdy State Park Medicine Bow National Forest Grand Teton National Park Yellowstone National Park




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Diversity on Campus Diversity at UW means learning more about other members of our community from different backgrounds. The Dean of Students Office works to help students learn about the similarities and differences that exist in our academic community with the goal of preparing students for their lives in a culturally pluralistic society.

Multicultural Affairs UW’s commitment to diversity is exemplified through Multicultural Affairs and its various programs, which provide academic and social support to ethnic minorities and all students interested in diversity. Academic success is encouraged through programming, consisting of the Discover Excellence and Continuing Excellence workshop series, a tutoring program, scholarship opportunities and individual meetings with staff. Socially, students connect with more than 20 culturally diverse recognized student organizations, as well as the Multicultural Student Leadership Initiative. The Multicultural Resource Center provides a welcoming space for studying and for meeting students from diverse backgrounds. Center resources such as the computer lab, multicultural library and special programs are available to all students. Multicultural Affair’s diversity events include town hall meetings, Friday morning Muffins for Motivation and the Multicultural Affairs speaker series.

Activities, Clubs and Organizations Establishing connections, making lifelong friendships, learning a new sport and expressing your political, spiritual or personal beliefs all enrich your life as a student. Get involved in one of more than 250 recognized student organizations (RSOs). Attend or help coordinate events sponsored by the Student Activities Council, Concerts and Convocations, Friday Night Fever and more. Connect with other students at the resource centers: Multicultural Resource Center, Rainbow Resource Center, Adult Student Center or the Women’s Center. Every action you take during your time at UW will provide lifelong learning experiences and create lasting memories. Get involved!

Service, Leadership and Community Engagement UW students regularly step out into their communities, the country and the world to volunteer and make a difference in people’s lives. The UW Center for Service, Leadership & Community Engagement (SLCE) is a one-stop shop for students who want to get involved and make a difference in the community while honing their leadership skills.

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Active Lifestyles for Engaged Minds


Exercise your body with a full range of fitness and sport opportunities offered by UW Campus Recreation. Students can take advantage of a wide variety of cardio and weight training equipment, indoor track, swimming pool, group fitness classes, and indoor courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton. Students can also get involved in our nearly 50 intramural sport offerings or compete regionally and nationally as a member of one of our 21 club sport teams.

National Outdoor Leadership School UW students can receive up to 16 hours of UW credit for courses offered through the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), the leader in wilderness education!

Reach the Peak Your exploration plans must include UW’s Outdoor Program, featuring informative clinics, exciting outings and affordable equipment rentals. Enjoy a myriad of outdoor sports: skiing, hiking, fishing, rock climbing, rafting and mountain biking, all within easy access. Come discover why UW was recently recognized by Outside Magazine as the 15th best college campus in the country for outdoor adventure! 50 Intramural Sports: 21 Club Sports:

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UW Pride The University of Wyoming was founded in 1886, and in September 1887 UW opened its doors to 42 students and seven faculty members. Since that time UW has grown into a nationally recognized research institution with more than 13,000 students from all 50 states and 94 countries. UW celebrates excellence, pride and tradition!

Go Cowboys! Go Pokes! Experience the passion of NCAA Division I-A college sports and take part in the tradition and pride of Wyoming Athletics. Cheer on the Cowboys and Cowgirls as they compete against regional rivals and national powers in the Mountain West Conference. Students are the backbone of Wyoming’s home advantage and receive exclusive seating benefits by taking part in The Stampede.

NCAA Division 1-A Sports Teams Men’s Sports Basketball Cross-Country Football Golf Track & Field Swimming & Diving Wrestling

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Your Choice of Study UW offers 80 undergraduate and more than 90 graduate academic degree programs through seven colleges and multiple interdisciplinary institutes and schools. With a small student-to-faculty ratio of 14-to-1, UW is a community of scholars and learners committed to excellence. UW’s academic programs of distinction are focused in broad areas: science and technology, the arts and humanities, environment and natural resources, life sciences and professions critical to the state and region.

Hands-on Learning, Mentoring and Real-World Experiences Hands-on learning encourages collaborative and individual problem solving through practical real-world experiences, enabling students to become self-sufficient learners. Working one-on-one with faculty and mentors, students obtain skills that will help transition them from an academic to a professional environment. UW offers exceptional opportunities for hands-on projects, including field research, undergraduate internships and team projects.

Support for Your Journey As a student, you will encounter success, obstacles, challenges and victories. The Division of Student Affairs, along with UW faculty and staff, will be right there with you throughout your education. All the support you need to become a successful student and earn a degree is available, regardless of your particular circumstance, academic background, disability or situation. The Division of Student Affairs contributes to the learning, success, wellness and overall development of our students so that they become informed and contributing citizens of their community, state, nation and world. UW offers the appropriate support for your journey!

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College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Combining the geographic diversity and strong agricultural traditions of Wyoming, the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers a myriad of degree options. Faculty and staff are dedicated to providing students with personalized learning opportunities, leading to well-rounded academic backgrounds and degrees. Students are empowered to excel in plant and animal genetics, nutrition and dietetics, ecosystem restoration/ reclamation, environmental consulting, child and family services, interior design, textiles and merchandising, geographic information systems and more!

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$360,000 was awarded to more than 175 students through the Brand of Excellence Scholarship Application. Support for career development and advanced degrees: Approximately 61 percent of job offers made to recent graduates were in the state of Wyoming. The college is the right size for getting to know faculty (10-to-1 ratio) and receiving personalized attention for successful classroom, fieldwork and research experiences. We offer an array of agriculture related clubs, competitive teams, professional organizations, honorary societies, and fraternities and sororities. Engage in state-of-the-art teaching and research labs, field environments and an indoor livestock teaching arena.

College of Arts and Sciences Begin your academic adventures with the College of Arts and Sciences, where undergraduate students are encouraged to conduct student-originated research, work one-on-one with a professor through independent studies and take advantage of study abroad opportunities. From studying space sciences to wildlife and fisheries management, playwriting to psychology, communications to hydrocarbon exploration—A&S has it all.

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Faculty members emphasize field study, internships and individual research projects. A&S offers exciting opportunities to enhance global perspectives through exchange programs and study abroad. Programs in geology, archaeology, botany and geography take advantage of Wyoming’s unique environment. A vibrant new Visual Arts Center features 79,000 square feet of studio space and new technologies for art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, sculpting and much more. New majors in American Indian studies and religious studies span local, regional, national and international issues, as well as other fields such as political science, sociology and history. Many A&S programs offer scholarships for talent, ability and academic pursuit. Scholarships are combinable with UW’s general academic scholarships for entering students. From the stars to wildlife, from playwriting to psychology, A&S has it all.

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College of Business The new $54 million College of Business building features behavioral and multi-media labs, an executive boardroom, interview rooms, a variety of classrooms and many other amenities, including high-definition playback and projection systems in each classroom, a video production and editing facility, video conferencing capabilities, financial data feeds, a wall-towall stock ticker in our atrium and much more.

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Top College of Business students can take a stock trading course in our state-of-the-art trading room where students manage a real seven-figure portfolio. Want to own your own business? Each year the college hosts an annual entrepreneurship competition where students compete for approximately $30,000 in cash and services for their prospective business ventures. Our 20-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio is the envy of many business schools, as is the new Peter M. and Paula Green Johnson Career Center, which prepares students for the business world upon graduation. The College of Business is an AACSB International accredited institution, an industry standard of excellence achieved by fewer than 5 percent of business schools in the world (15 percent nationally). Additionally, our students consistently rank among the most accomplished in the nation, with the senior class placing in the 95th percentile in a standardized exit exam benchmarking business schools.

College of Education The College of Education has a proud tradition of shaping exemplary future educators for more than 100 years. Real teaching experience is emphasized through outstanding faculty, partnerships with Wyoming public schools and UW’s on-campus Lab School.

• Continuously accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education since 1954.

• Students work with children in public school classrooms beginning their sophomore year. • Faculty serve as instructors, advisors and mentors. • A wide array of education service organizations include National Science Teachers Association, Kappa Delta Pi, the Council for Exceptional Children and others.

• More than $225,000 in scholarships are awarded each year to College of Education students. • The College’s new Literacy Research Center and Clinic (LRCC) has become a model for partnering with school districts to address initiatives in the areas of family literacy, tutoring programs for struggling learners and professional development for teachers.

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College of Engineering and Applied Science Push the boundaries of science, technology and innovation—design water purification equipment for a remote village, develop assistive devices for people with disabilities, synthesize cancer fighting drugs, create energy-efficient buildings or research new energy options. These are some of the exciting projects College of Engineering and Applied Science students are engaged in, propelling them to rewarding careers.

• Excellent background in engineering sciences, combined with significant hands-on laboratory and design experiences.

• Live and learn with lifetime friends in Engineering Power Groups and residence hall themed floors.

• Free tutoring for engineering and computer science students. • Academically talented high school seniors admitted to UW engineering or computer science program by December are automatically considered for scholarships.

• UW houses one of 17 accredited architectural engineering programs nationwide. • The energy systems engineering program trains future engineers to address the country’s foremost challenges: to achieve energy independence and meet the growing demand for energy, while at the same time addressing critical environmental concerns. • The College of Engineering and Applied Science Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship encourages top students to join active teams conducting world-class research.

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College of Health Sciences Advance into challenging health profession programs that lead to rewarding careers through the College of Health Sciences. Receive a superior education, precise and personal advising and the valuable experience of practicums and internships. The college’s Pre-professional Health Advising Office assists all students wishing to attend health professional schools at UW or elsewhere.

• Speech-language pathologists enjoy 100 percent job placement in medical and educational settings.

• The nursing program uses active and team-based learning in one of the country’s most

high-tech simulation centers, equipping our graduates with the tools for clinical judgment necessary for safe patient care. • Our dental hygiene program offers a variety of degree options, including a bachelor’s degree. • Over half of all kinesiology and health graduates continue on for graduate placement in a physical and occupational therapy program, medical, physician’s assistant, chiropractic, dentistry and optometry school each year. • Social work students are educated in cutting-edge techniques partially through role plays conducted in observation rooms and in their practicum settings with real-time instructor feedback.

College of Law An excellent faculty of approximately 21 full-time professors and lecturers instructs a student body of about 220. The limited size of the student body and low student to-faculty ratio creates an atmosphere of friendliness and informality. Small classes, personalized instruction, opportunities for hands-on experience and a diverse curriculum are strong traditions.

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Consistently named one of the “best value” law schools, offering exceptional instruction and experiential learning opportunities, and enabling students to graduate with less debt than other schools. Access to extensive “real-world” training opportunities including clinics, practicums, externships, and an intensive trial advocacy institute. Career guidance and interaction with attorneys, judges and policymakers in the region and across the globe to maximize employment opportunities. Extensive offerings from renowned experts in energy, natural resources, business, legal writing, family law, criminal law, tax, international law and other areas. State-of-the art courtrooms where students learn to analyze, advocate, negotiate, litigate and perform tasks necessary to excel in the real world. Houses one of the top 15 legal writing programs in the nation.

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School of Energy Resources

The School of Energy Resources is addressing the complex energy needs of our future. Seeking to advance energy-related science, technology and economics through world-class research, SER is preparing students to work in fields integral to our energy economy. Enjoy curriculum integrated with internships, interaction with industry professionals, study abroad exchanges and research experiences that position graduates for success in the 21st century global energy industry.

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Builds a broad understanding of the energy enterprise. Program options establish training in fossil fuels; renewable energy; energy land, water and air management; or professional land management (Landman). Become a real-world entrepreneurial problem solver and innovative project manager. SER students routinely complete internships in the fields of environment health and safety, land management, field engineering and reclamation with Encana, Anadarko, Peabody Energy, Halliburton and QEP. The $25.4 million Energy Innovation Center includes nearly 27,300 square feet of highly technical research space, offices, classrooms and meeting rooms. The EIC provides students, researchers and academic professionals the opportunity to actively engage in, observe and support advancements in sustainable energy technologies.

Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) The interdisciplinary Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources unites more than 130 undergraduate students and 60 graduate students—representing all of UW’s colleges and 46 different majors—in a lively and diverse learning community.

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In 2013, 55 Haub School students participated in field and international courses to Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone, Spain’s Canary Islands, Argentina, the Galapagos and Kenya. Program offices are in a “green” prairie-style bungalow, one of UW’s first LEED-certified buildings. Draws on faculty expertise from more than 50 fields. Offers a low student-to-faculty ratio of just 14-to-1. Supports an active Environment and Natural Resources Student Club. Ensures every student participates in a real-world internship. Three out of four alumni report they are working in an environmental or natural resource field.

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International Programs Make international study an integral part of your degree program, regardless of your major or your second language skills. Spend a full academic year, a semester or a summer abroad earning UW credits. Students may use their financial aid and additional scholarships to finance their education abroad. Here are just some examples of the many opportunities that await! Faculty-Led: Join UW faculty on one of our field courses abroad! Spend your winter break in India or the Galapagos Islands; a week on a service-learning project in Honduras; your summer break studying the Holocaust in Europe, Shakespeare in London and Italy, or participating in an archeology field school in Croatia; or study intensive Spanish, Mandarin, French or Russian in the countries of their origin! Exchange: Spend a summer, semester or year on exchange with one of our many international exchange partner universities—you can study everything from business and engineering in Germany or Guatemala, to agricultural systems in France, to biology and chemistry in China. Study Abroad: Study across the globe—from Sweden to Chile to Ghana—through a nationally ranked, UW-sanctioned program provider. UW partners with more than 400 exchange sites or study abroad programs, allowing students to go almost anywhere in the world and study in English or in a foreign language. UW’s International Programs Office can tailor your academic interest in studying abroad around your personal experience, major, skills or needs.

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UW serves an international population of 800 students, 100 scholars and more than 200 dependents. UW has grown its study abroad program by nearly 1,000 percent since early 2000. UW’s strategic international partners include Australia, China, France, Germany, Guatemala, Nepal and Russia. UW Study Abroad offers more than $200,000 in annually awarded scholarships, with 70 exchange partners and 140 locations available. China, Nepal, India, Saudi Arabia and Canada provide the greatest amount of international students studying at UW.

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Honors Program The Honors Program provides students exciting challenges and engaging experiences to reach beyond the classroom. Students have a multitude of opportunities to excel and embark on intellectual and international travel with other students who want the best from their college education. In small innovative classes, you will discuss new ideas and great books, exploring topics like HIV/AIDS, nanotechnology, race and racism, and the music and culture of Bali. Through the Honors Program, you will grow intellectually, learn with other top students, prepare for solid careers and graduate school, or develop your hidden talents and abilities. Benefits include: • Priority course registration. Register for the classes you want when you want them. • Exclusive scholarships. • An Honors House where you can live and work with other honors students. • The option of honors floors in residence halls. Live and learn with your peers. • Study abroad experiences, including honors classes taking you to Japan, Ecuador, England and Italy. • A full schedule of social and cultural activities, such as visits to the Denver Art Museum, or combine talents to build a homecoming float. First-year Honors Program applicants need one of the following: a composite ACT score of 28, a combined math and critical reading SAT score of 1240, or an unweighted high school GPA of 3.7. Transfer student applicants need to have at least four semesters left prior to graduation and have a cumulative college GPA of 3.25 or better.

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UW and Beyond At UW, we are focused on preparing you for life after college—whether that is an accounting position with a fortune 500 company, a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, or pursuing advanced study in graduate school, we are excited about your future beyond UW. Stay connected with UW friends, discover scholarships, or make connections with former students for career mentoring by joining the UW Alumni Association with members nationwide.

UW’s notable alumni include Olympians, NASA engineers, U.S. ambassadors and a former vice president of the United States. From health care, to politics, to professional athletics, UW’s finest are making a difference and creating long-lasting legacies.

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Educational Value and Scholarships UW is regularly recognized by notable publications such as Forbes Magazine as being one of the nations best college values. With low tuition and fees, extensive scholarships and federal financial aid, a UW degree is a true reality. Explore an array of competitive scholarships for qualifying resident and nonresident students, including merit and need-based awards. UW also awards scholarships based on talent, ability and student achievement. Many scholarships have specific deadlines, application or audition requirements.


$4,645/yr $14,875/yr $6,340/yr $9,755/yr

($2,322/semester) ($7,437/semester) ($3,170/semester) ($4,877/semester)

*Tuition and fees based on 15 credits per semester. **Room and board based on double occupancy and unlimited meal plan

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Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center Come explore UW’s new state-of-the-art welcome center, designed to support students throughout their lives. The Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center will open in late October 2014 and will feature interactive exhibits and displays about the university. This remarkable entrance to UW will be the new home of the UW Foundation, UW Alumni Association, and UW Admissions and will include UW Career Services recruiting rooms. It will be the starting point for campus visits!

Start Your UW Journey! Spend time with us, and discover how energizing UW’s Cowboy pride can be! We are excited to arrange a personalized visit any weekday. Take a guided tour with a UW student, get to know our faculty in your area of interest, speak one-on-one with an admissions representative and enjoy a campus lunch. Prefer to visit campus on a Saturday? Take advantage of a free UW Saturday visit program such as Campus Pass (Sept. 6), Discovery Day (Nov. 15, Feb. 14, March 28) or Showcase Saturday. Experience campus along with other students and their families as you participate in facility tours; attend a resource fair introducing you to organizations, programs and resources; plus enjoy information sessions on academics, admissions, financial aid, scholarships, residence life and more. Then top it all off with lunch at the Washakie Dining Center. Sign up online today at, or call (307) 766-4075.

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