Freshmen Welcome Team
Director of Admissions
Director of Business Office
Director of Financial Aid
Kyle Washut, S.T.L., S.T.M.
Acting Academic Dean and Instructor of Theology
Lucas Preble, Ed.D.
Vice President of Student Affairs
Residential Life Coordinator
Residential Life Coordinator
The following Welcome Packet contains all the essential information you need for your first few days on campus. Printed copies of this packet will be made available to all freshmen at check in. Please review it in advance of your visit.
If you have already received your financial package from the Financial Aid Office, please send a signed copy of it back to Christina Bolin, the Director of Financial Aid, within thirty days of receipt of your package. If you still need to apply for financial aid, please fill out our online financial aid calculator. If you do not need financial aid, please contact Mrs. Bolin to request a financial package from her. She will get that to you as soon as possible.
Upon arrival to campus, each student will receive a class schedule as well as all the book necessary for the semester. A physical copy of the academic calendar will also be made available
Photo Release for Students
Over the Age of 18 and Under the Age of 18
This letter from the Academic Dean includes a selection of readings to do in preparation for the trip. These readings are meant to facilitate your reflection on your experience of the outdoors and to connect those experiences to your upcoming studies this fall. Please read prior to your arrival on campus.
Freshman 21-Day Expedition Course Preparation
It is expected that all incoming freshmen will complete the 21-day trip prior to starting classes in the fall. However, we understand that there might be a legitimate need to defer the trip until the following year. Because the 21-day trip is a requirement of the academic curriculum, the only person that can approve a deferment is the Academic Dean. To request a deferment of the 21-day trip, please complete this form.
Student Handbook Acknowledgement
Wyoming Catholic is committed to fostering a community whose love for the True, the Good, and the Beautiful permeates every aspect of life on campus. Our campus code of conduct strives to reflect that love in relation to the demands of our unique intellectual program and the formation which we strive to offer our students. We are proud of attracting the caliber of student who shares this dedication to our community and its customs as a part of his or her own character development.
Specific guidelines that our students follow are covered in greater detail below, and clearly spelled out in our Student Handbook. They include a zero-tolerance policy for the misuse of drugs and alcohol, a business professional dress code for academic and liturgical events, an evening curfew, and a technology policy emphasizing the value of personal, rather than virtual, interaction. Further, students are effectively made the stewards of this vision for our community, both by the emphasis placed on personal responsibility and the opportunity for students to serve as residence life staff.
I have received my copy of the 2022-2023 Wyoming Catholic College Student Handbook. I know that I am responsible for adhering to all of the policies and procedures contained in this Student Handbook and I agree to follow all of the policies and procedures contained in the student code of conduct. I also understand that if I violate the policies and procedures contained in the Student Handbook that I will receive the appropriate consequences. To complete this waiver, please follow this link.
Guns & Weapons
Students are permitted to bring guns to campus with the provision that they are stored with the College according to its policies. All students who wish to bring firearms to school must declare them to the designated college staff member and must receive the permission of the Academic Dean. Students are then able to check their firearm out for hunting or recreational use during the school year. However, students may not conceal carry on campus. Knives are also permitted on campus if the blade is less than six inches in length.
Students who choose to bring a firearm to campus must fill out this waiver
Students may not have either a cell phone or internet-capable device (i.e., an iPod touch) on their person while school year is in session. These devices are stored with the Office of Student Life and may be checked out over academic breaks or times of travel, including outdoor trips when appropriate. For a greater explanation visit our page on the Technology Policy.
Students who choose to bring a cellphone to campus must fill out this waiver
- July 24th (Monday) (Freshmen and Parents ONLY) (Free)
- August 6th (Sunday) (Wilderness First Responders Course Participants Shuttle) ($60)
- August 18th (Friday) (Start of Classes Shuttle) ($60)
- December 16th (Saturday) ($60)
- January 4th (Thursday) (Freshmen and Winter Trip Leaders ) ($60)
- January 12th (Friday) (Beginning of Spring Semester) ($60)
- May 14th (Tuesday) ($60)
Please schedule your flights leaving from Salt Lake City for after noon.
There will be a second shuttle for Leader Week participants, but the exact date is still being determined in conjunction with the Outdoor Leadership Program.
Riverton Airport (RIW) Shuttles
We can take a student to or from Riverton anytime (excepting Nov. 1st, Nov. 23rd, Dec. 8th, Dec. 18th through Jan. 3rd, and March 29th through 31st) so long as we have a week’s notice. As much as we would like to offer shuttles to non-students, we do not offer shuttles to non-students. The Riverton Airport shuttles will only be free for students if they are not missing any class days as a result of their traveling. If one is planning on missing any class days, the student should make arrangements with their professors and the Academic Dean in addition to scheduling a shuttle, which will cost $20.