Wyoming Catholic College is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, in the picturesque mountain town of Lander, Wyoming. The College has two main campus locations within easy walking distance of one another: The Holy Rosary Campus, which includes the majority of the residence halls and the main College chapel), and the Downtown Campus, comprised of the historic Baldwin and Augur Buildings, St. Joseph’s Hall (which houses our COR and OLP programs), and Frassati Hall (our dining hall). Other campus locations include Broken Anvil Ranch, the Lander Old Timer’s Riding Arena, Sinks Canyon State Park, and several fitness locations.
Downtown Campus: The historic Baldwin Building houses faculty offices, several classrooms, a large library, and a student lounge, and is conveniently located on Lander’s “Old West” Main Street. A few blocks east, the historic Augur Building provides us with much-needed classroom space, as well as study and common areas. St. Joseph’s Hall, a block north of Baldwin, houses our COR and OLP programs. And Frassati Hall, a few blocks north, serves as the College’s dining hall and commons building.
Holy Rosary Campus includes the majority of the residence halls, the main College chapel, and classrooms.