To identify the Best Colleges in Wyoming for 2019 we averaged the results from the most respected college ranking systems (Niche.com + US News & World Report) from around the web to produce an entirely unique CollegeReviews Score for each school. And then ordered the schools based on that ranking. You won’t find a more exhaustive ranking of the best colleges and universities in Wyoming anywhere.

About The Best Colleges In Wyoming

Wyoming is the least populated state in the country, but it still has more than a dozen colleges and universities. The largest city and state capital is Cheyenne where you’ll find most of the community colleges and technical schools.

Laramie has the University of Wyoming, and has earned recognition as one of the Best 366 Colleges, Best Western Colleges and Best Value Colleges. Interestingly, it is the only public 4-year institution in the state.

The selection of 2-year colleges is much more complete with public colleges sprinkled in every area of the state from Eastern Wyoming College to Northwest College. The more centrally located, second largest city Casper is also home to a few Wyoming colleges including Casper College and Central Wyoming College.

Regional Information about Wyoming

Regional Information About Wyoming
Major Cities: Cheyenne, Casper,Laramie
Attractions: Yellowstone National Park, Editor’s Pick Grand Teton National Park,Jackson
Cost of Living: Best Places Wyoming Cost of Living
Popular Schools: University of Wyoming,

About Our Methodology

Our methodology for determining the best colleges in Wyoming takes both editorial rankings from US News & World Report, Times Higher Education and combines it with student rankings from Niche.com. We weight student rankings higher giving them about a 80% weighted score vs editorial rankings. Thus creating a more accurate viewpoint of the best colleges in any given state.

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