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Sheridan College Student Handbook

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Transcript of Sheridan College Student Handbook

Your Journey Through College
Sheridan College takes pride in its contribution to the total development of the student. We have many
that can help you explore your interests. Have an idea for one we don't offer? Contact the Campus Life Office and we can help!
NWCCD has professional and faculty advisors to assist students with academic questions. The professional staff provides general advising (by appointment or walk-in) in the Advising Office, located in the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center (SC) or The Main Building (GC). Once a student selects a major, s/he will be assigned a faculty advisor. Advisors assist students in preparing for their college program before the fall and spring semesters. Students are expected to schedule conferences with their academic advisors to discuss their degree/career plans and review academic progress.
Financial Aid
1. Fill out your FAFSA - The "Free Application for Federal Student Aid." This will help you and the school determine what aid you are eligible for including scholarships, grants and loans.
2. Visit https://sheridan.academicworks.com/ to search, learn about and apply for scholarships
3. Follow up with our Financial Aid specialists at ext. 2100. They're here to help you.
Disability Services

The Disability Services office assists student with providing, reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and it's amendments. All accommodations at NWCCD are based upon appropriate documentation, the initial paperwork, the initial meeting, the student's needs, and recommendations from a qualified health care provider. The process is unique and one student's accommodations may be very different from those of another student. Please allow plenty of time for the accommodation process. Although some accommodations may take less than a week to set up, other may take as long as three to six weeks. For more specific information please visit our website:

Sample accommodations may include but aren't limited to:
Extended Test Time
Distraction-reduced Testing Environment
Digital Books
Priority/Special Seating Arrangements
Digital Recorders
Copy of Instructor Notes/PowerPoint Slides
FM Machine or Sign Language Interpreter
Note Taker or Scribe
Thank you!!
Thank you for joining us at Northern Wyoming Community College District. We look forward to helping you make your time here a success!
NWCCD Student Handbook

Student Right to Know
Campus Security Act
Student Resources and Learning Assistance
Student Appeals Committee
The Student Appeals Committee acts as a hearing body for both academic and financial aid suspensions. The committee also hears appeals regarding tuition and fee refunds. They also serve as a forum for initiating discussion and recommendations on various institutional issues. All appeals must be submitted in writing. Find the link on your portal to submit questions, comments or suggestions.
Helping you navigate your education

This presentation will help guide you through the basics here at NWCCD. The complete Code of Conduct can be found here:

As a student, you are responsible for knowing and understanding the code of conduct and your rights as a student.

The NWCCD Police operations are based on the following mission statement:
“We, the NWCCD Police Department, exist to serve all people within the campus with respect, fairness and compassion. We are committed to the prevention of crime and protection of life and property; the preservation of peace, order, and safety; the enforcement of laws and ordinances; and the safeguarding of constitutional guarantees. With service to the students as our foundation, we are driven by goals to enhance the quality of life, to investigate problems as well as incidents, to seek solutions and to foster a sense of security on the campus. We nurture trust by holding ourselves to the highest standards of performance and ethics. To fulfill its mission, the NWCCD Police Department is dedicated to providing a quality work environment and to the development of its members through effective training and leadership”

Accreditation -
Accreditation through the Higher Learning Commission helps to ensure wide acceptance of Sheridan College credits by other colleges and universities. Nursing and Dental programs carry additional professional accreditation.
Sheridan College Bookstore stocks all required and recommended course materials and supply items for the courses provided by Sheridan College. The bookstore carries a variety of items to meet the needs of students, staff, faculty and surrounding community through the on campus store and online. We offer emblematic gifts and apparel, school supplies, study guides, reference material, general books, magazines, computer software and more!
Information Technology Policies
Fitness Center
For more information on the Clery Act visit:

In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know/Campus Security Act, NWCCD has made the following information available on its website:

Information includes:
Graduation and Transfer rates
Campus Crime Statistics
Campus Security Policies and Procedures
Hard copies of this information are available from the Office of Institutional Research by calling 307-674-6446 x. 2820
It is recommended that students meet with their advisor a minimum of 3 times per year.

Approximately 2 weeks after classes start
After mid-terms
Before the next semester's registration
Advising contacts:
Brett Burtis x.2003
Thad Rigby x.2013
Steven Yount x.1410
Questions? Please call:
Kristina Nicholls x.2008
Campus Safety
The Campus Police office at Sheridan College
is located in the
Thorne-Rider Campus Center.
Three full-time sworn police officers work on campus
Chief Jason Vela
Officer Josh McKinley
Officer Kayleigh O'Bryant
Our officers are here to assist you, please stop by or call if you have questions or concerns.
674-6446 x.4150
Sign up to receive text announcements of closures or emergencies on campus here:
Rent Books
Digital Textbooks
Textbook Buyback
Mary Brown Kooi Library
Counseling Services
TRIO/Student Support Services
Northern Wyoming Community College District Information and Technology Services (ITS) provides a residential network (ResNet) to its Residence Halls for educational, instructional, and entertainment purposes. Use of these services is a privilege. It is the responsibility of each student to use these services appropriately and responsibly in compliance with all College, City, County,State, and Federal laws and regulations. These rules are in addition to Northern Wyoming Community College District policies which include, but are not limited to, student conduct and those that prohibit harassment, discrimination etc. Northern Wyoming Community College District reserves the right to restrict access, availability of access, and enforce the terms of this agreement. Connecting to a ResNet data, voice, or cable TV jack signals your FULL agreement and understanding of these Rules of Acceptable Use and any future modifications thereto.
Please find full Rules of Acceptable Use here:
Our Fitness Center in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome is well equipped with, free weights, circuit machines, exercise bikes, stair climbers and treadmills to help you stay in shape.
Hours: Check the link for the most up-to-date information
Veteran Services
Student Success Center

Math Center
Writing Center

Know the rules of use:
Our Mission
Creating veteran success through:
– Administration of education benefits to all veterans and their eligible dependents.
– Assistance during the transition to college.
– On-going support services.

As a military, veteran, or dependent student, the Veteran Services Office is here to help you with ANY question or concern you have regarding your veteran benefits, transitioning to college, or completing a degree program.
Tutoring, Test prep and more:

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits sex discrimination — which includes sexual violence — in educational programs and activities. Students, staff, faculty, and other employees have the right to pursue education, including athletic programs, scholarships, and other activities, free from sex discrimination, including sexual violence, sexual misconduct, stalking and harassment.

If you have experienced sexual discrimination, and/or sexual violence (including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking) in particular, this website includes information you should know about your Title IX rights.
Commitment to Title IX
Message from the President

Welcome to NWCCD!
We’re very happy you’ve chosen to pursue your higher education goals here, and we want you to feel right at home.

As you invest in your future, we continue to invest in YOU, by continuing to renovate and expand our facilities, by hiring exceptional faculty, by providing challenging and interesting courses and programs, and by serving you with top-notch staff.

Know that you can count on any of us to assist in making your college experience the best it can be.

Dr. Paul Young

The Campus Police office at Gillette College
is located in the
The Main Building
Two full-time sworn police officers work on campus
Officer Chad Trebby
Officer Brooke Tibbetts
Our officers are here to assist you, please stop by or call if you have questions or concerns.
674-6446 x.1210
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