University Of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming is located in Laramie, Wyoming in southeast Wyoming. UW is a public land-grant research university founded in March 1886 and opened in September 1887.

The University is made up of seven colleges: agriculture and natural resources, arts and sciences, business, education, engineering and applied sciences, health sciences, and law. The university offers over 120 undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs including Doctor of Pharmacy and Juris Doctor.

Th campus features the Coe Libary, The American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming Art Museum, the University of Wyoming Geological Museum, the University of Wyoming Anthropology Museum, ad he University of Wyoming Insect Museum.

University of Wyoming athletics teams are named the Cowboys and Cowgirls. UW offers 17 NCAA-sanctioned sports; nine women's sports and eight men's sports. Wyoming's nine NCAA sports for women are: basketball; cross country; golf; soccer; swimming and diving; tennis; indoor track & field; outdoor track and field; and volleyball. UW's eight NCAA sports for men: basketball; cross country; football; golf; swimming and diving; indoor track and field; outdoor track and field; and wrestling. The official song is "Ragtime Cowboy Joe."

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University of Wyoming Quick Facts

Wyoming competes at the NCAA Division I level

UW is a member of the Mountain West Conference

Mascots: Cowboy Joe (live horse), Pistol Pete (costumed student)

Enrollment: 12,249 (Fall 2019)

School Colors: Brown and Gold

Website: www.uwyo.edu

Football stadium: War Memorial Stadium

Basketball arena: Arena-Auditorium

Soccer stadium: Madrid Sports Complex

Exclusive University of Wyoming athletics coverage from Townsquare Media: 7220sports.com

 

 

21st Annual Wyoming Latina Youth Conference at UW
Approximately 250 people, including students and school chaperones, are expected to attend the 21st annual Wyoming Latina Youth Conference (WLYC) from October 8-9 on the University of Wyoming campus.
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Wyoming Baroque to Present “The Golem”
Wyoming Baroque will present be “The Golem” at 7:30 pm on Monday, Oct. 4, in the University of Wyoming’s Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts choral rehearsal room.
The performance is free and open to the public.
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UW Offering Online Guide Certification
The University of Wyoming’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources is offering an online guide certification course this fall for both aspiring and veteran guides.
The noncredit, self-paced course consists of videos, quizzes, short assignments, and knowledge checks.
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“Russian Strings” By UW Chamber Orchestra
The University of Wyoming Chamber Orchestra will be presenting an all-Russian music program at 7:30 pm on Sunday, September 19, in the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts concert hall.
Tickets cost $10 for adults, $7 for senior citizens, and $6 for students not attending UW, plus a…
Where is the Tallest Building in Wyoming: Cheyenne or Laramie?
Wyoming is not exactly known for its skyscrapers. That's not to say that Wyoming doesn't have plenty to look at. However, most of the scenery tends to not be on the manmade side of things. But recently, National Skyscraper Day (September 3rd) came and went, and we would be remiss if we did…
UW Holding Economic Discussion on Wyoming PBS
The University of Wyoming American Heritage Center’s (AHC) Alan K. Simpson Institute for Western Politics and Leadership will be collaborating with Wyoming PBS and Wyoming Humanities to host an economic discussion.
“Wyoming at the Economic Crossroads” is th…

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