Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Wyoming

  • The Wyoming average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $10,000 (2020).
  • For public community colleges in Wyoming, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $9,410.
  • For private community colleges in Wyoming, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $11,599.

Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Wyoming (2020)

  • College Completed Debt Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Sheridan College
    Public
    $7,500
    3059 S Coffeen Ave
    Sheridan WY  82801
    (307)674-6446
  • Rank: #22.$8,000
    2500 College Dr
    Rock Springs WY  82902
    (307)382-1600
  • Rank: #33.
    Central Wyoming College
    Central Wyoming College Photo - CWC Vocals
    Public
    $8,757
    2660 Peck Avenue
    Riverton WY  82501
    (844)468-6292
  • Rank: #44.$9,750
    1400 E College Dr
    Cheyenne WY  82007
    (307)778-5222
  • Rank: #55.
    Eastern Wyoming College
    Public
    $10,000
    3200 West C St
    Torrington WY  82240
    (307)532-8200
  • Rank: #66.
    Casper College
    Casper College Photo - The Student Union is a central gathering point for students.
    Public
    $10,764
    125 College Dr
    Casper WY  82601
    (307)268-2100
  • Rank: #77.
    Northwest College
    Public
    $11,100
    231 W 6th St
    Powell WY  82435
    (307)754-6000
  • Rank: #88.
    Wyotech-Laramie
    Private, for profit
    $11,599
    4373 N 3rd
    Laramie WY  82072
    (307)742-3776
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