As New Semester Begins, Here Are Several Ways To Experience WCC For Yourself
Monday, January 14th, marked the first day of Spring Semester classes at Wyoming Catholic College. After nearly a month of quiet, the halls of the Baldwin and Augur buildings were once again filled with the sounds of students—talking, laughing, catching up with friends, and conversing earnestly about their classes.
For the 52 returning members of the Freshman Class, the hustle-and-bustle actually started a week earlier, when they returned to Lander for their week-long Winter Trip. The weather was cooperative—mild, even, in Wyoming terms—and the class spent an eventful week exploring Jackson and Pinedale, skiing with members of the extended College community, constructing and sleeping in quinzhees, and (in the latest example of a fast-growing WCC tradition) building snow altars. Yet again, a reminder that Life at Wyoming Catholic College is unlike any other academic environment.
For those intrigued by the uniqueness of the WCC Experience, there are a number of ways to participate in it for yourself. Listen to our weekly “After Dinner Scholar” podcast, take part in one of our PEAK summer programs (if you’re a rising highschool junior or senior), or sign up for this year’s Wyoming School of Catholic Thought (if you’re an adult who’s looking to continue your education). And if you’re a highschool senior in search of a unique, immersive, and transformational college education, consider applying and come experience Wyoming Catholic College for yourself!