Misty Eaton, Manager
Wyoming Union, 1-800-370-2676, (307) 766-3264,
TTY: (307) 766-3267
Web site: www.uwyostore.com; www.facebook.com/uwyostore
The University Store is a self-supporting university department founded in 1921. It provides students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors with a variety of products and services. In order to fulfill its primary mission, the store stocks new and used textbooks, textbook rentals, e-textbooks, general books, school supplies, office products, educationally priced computer software, fine art supplies and electronics. The University Store is an authorized Lenovo distributor and an Apple Authorized campus store offering a full line of Apple products and accessories. As a convenience, the store also stocks additional items such as gifts, insignia gifts and clothing, greeting cards, candy and sundries. Services the store provides include prepaid textbook reservations, bookbinding, special order book service, cap and gown rental, used book buyback, and postage stamps, as well as UPS, FAX and Federal Express.
The University Store is located on the main level of the Wyoming Union. Hours of operation during the academic year are: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday; TBA Saturday.
J.Scott Turpen, Department Head
2049 Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts, (307) 766-5242
Web site: www.uwyo.edu/music
The Department of Music offers many opportunities for students to participate in musical activities, as well as, to hear concerts by faculty artists, student ensembles and visiting artists. All qualified students within the university, no matter their major, are invited to participate for credit in any of the following: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Collegiate Chorale, Jazz Ensemble, Bel Canto, Singing Statesmen, Civic Chorus, and the many smaller ensembles such as string ensembles, brass ensembles, percussion ensemble, and various chamber groups. Note: some ensembles are by audition only. Private lessons on any instrument and voice are available at a fee to all interested students.
Summer offerings may include lessons, workshops, seminars, and regular courses. A summer music camp for students in grades 7 through 12 is also offered which includes band, choral, orchestral and keyboard experiences culminating in gala concerts. For further information, please write to the Department of Music, Dept. 3037, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theatre and Dance
Leigh Selting, Department Head
2099 Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts, (307) 766-5100
Theatre and Dance at the University of Wyoming offers students an excellent opportunity to participate in all aspects of theatre and dance arts. Auditions for productions are open to all qualified students within the university regardless of major or college. The production program provides opportunities for students to participate in technical theatre stage crews, set construction, costuming, lighting and sound. There are also opportunities to perform dance, drama, musicals and operas. Playwriting, screen writing, directing and choreography are available through upper-division courses. The BCPA contains a proscenium theatre, an experimental theatre, a thrust theatre, an acting for the camera studio and two dance studios, plus full support facilities for scene and costume construction. Full-time university students may purchase tickets through the Fine Arts Ticket Office at a greatly reduced price.
University Police Department
Mike Samp, Chief of Police
1426 E.Flint, (307) 766-5179
Web site: www.uwyo.edu/UWPD
The University Police Department is responsible for crime prevention, public safety, and law enforcement in the UW community. The department is staffed by 15 certified peace officers, five security guards, and eight full‑time staff members. All officers are fully trained and have arrest authority. The department operates 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. To keep members of the UW community aware of police activity on campus, the department maintains a chronological log of all incidents reported to the department. This log is open for public inspection through the UWPD web site. University crime reports are also included annually in the United States Department of Justice publication, Crime in the United States. Crime statistics, as well as other public safety information, are included in the Annual Security/Clery Report, which is available online. Department personnel present public safety programs upon request to any group or organization. Further information is available through the UWPD World Wide Web site.
Bicycle Regulations The University of Wyoming Bicycle Program was developed to promote an environment in which bicycles, pedestrians, and motor vehicles can safely co-exist. Persons riding bicycles are asked to familiarize themselves with the regulations and bike paths described in the pamphlet Safe Cycling at UW, which is available on the University Police Department web site. All bicycles must be registered.
University of Wyoming Alumni Association
Keener Fry, Executive Director
222 South 22nd Street, (307) 766-4166
Web site: www.uwyo.edu/alumni
The University of Wyoming Alumni Association has served the university and alumni since the association was first organized in 1895. Our purpose is to provide the pathways to share the legacy, spirit and pride of UW worldwide. The primary role of the UWAA is to connect and reconnect alumni to the institution and each other through effective communi¬cation and meaningful engagement. The Alumni Association creates partnerships that advance UW and enrich the lives of students and alumni worldwide.
The Alumni Association currently serves over 131,000 former students of the University of Wyoming. Daily operations include high performing programs which include the admitted student writing project, employer engagement through full time job opportunities and internships, Cowboy 2 Cowboy Informational interviews, chapter and network gatherings, campus partnerships and donor cultivation and stewardship. The scholarship program services Wyoming and out-of-state high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students, non-traditional students, Wyoming community college transfer students, US Veterans, and multicultural and Native American students with a commitment of over $187,000 annually.
The UWAA sponsors the UW Homecoming Parade and senior send-off.
The Alumni Association is located in the Alumni Center at the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center.
Division of Student Affairs
408 Old Main, (307) 766-5123
Web Site: www.uwyo.edu/cowboyparents
Cowboy Parents is an organization that provides parents and families with their own University of Wyoming connection serving as a conduit for information and assistance. Cowboy Parents offers opportunities for families to get involved with the goal of promoting student success while also providing the institution with a unique perspective from parents and families. Cowboy Parents provides email updates, frequent and timely publications, volunteer opportunities, and much more.
University of Wyoming Extension
Kelly K.Crane, Associate Dean, Director
103 Agriculture Building, (307) 766-5124
The 1914 Smith-Lever Act created the University of Wyoming Extension, stating that its purpose was to “provide instruction and practical demonstrations in agriculture, home economics and related subjects.” The University of Wyoming Extension is part of a national educational network which establishes partnerships with the United States Department of Agriculture, the state of Wyoming, the University of Wyoming, and county and tribal governments. UW Extension maintains offices in 27 Wyoming communities.
The mission of the University of Wyoming Extension is to provide lifelong learning opportunities for the people of Wyoming and empower them to make choices that enhance their quality of life. To accomplish its mission, the UW Extension continually updates its programs to meet the changing priorities, organizational structures and external relationships of Wyoming and its citizens. It is a dynamic organization pledged to providing educational programs which enable Wyoming citizens to improve their lives and communities through partnerships that put experience and research knowledge to work. The UW Extension delivers university research-based knowledge to Wyoming consumers through the broad program areas of Ag and Hort, 4-H Youth Development, Nutrition and Food Safety, Rangeland, and Community Development Education. Programs include a wide range of topic areas, including food and nutrition, water quality, wildlife, crop production, resource management, and energy related issues.
UW Extension can be accessed on campus through its administrative offices in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. In the state, UW Extension offices are found in each county and serve as resources to the county, while also representing a major connection between the university and the people of Wyoming.
Office of Distance Education
Web site: www.uwyo.edu/distance
For over a century UW has embraced the land grant mission by sending its faculty across the state to meet with citizens, students, teachers, business owners, ranchers, and farmers to help them learn. Currently and in partnership with the university’s colleges and departments, UW extends the university learning experience to students across the state, region and nation by offering over 40 academic programs at the certificate, endorsement, bachelor, master, and doctorate award level. Career credentials are also available, mostly concentrated for K-12 educators. The programs feature two different delivery methods both requiring high speed Internet connectivity. Web conferencing courses are “real time” interactive courses that meet regularly throughout the semester. Courses can be delivered to your mobile devices or computers if you have a webcam and a microphone. Fully online courses are available anywhere and at any time. These courses are delivered via WyoCourses and may also use additional online communication and collaborative tools.