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|President||Walter H. Nolte|
|Location||Casper, Wyoming, U.S.|
|Colors||Red and White
Casper College is a public community college located in Casper, Wyoming, U.S. Casper College is one of the largest and most comprehensive community colleges in the region. Established in 1945 as Wyoming's first junior college and initially located on the third floor of Natrona County High School, Casper College moved to its current site 10 years later. Currently the campus consists of 28 buildings on more than 200 acres. The grounds are distinctive, with terraces that surround the modern buildings. It currently enrolls 4,023 students. There are approximately 250 faculty. The Tate Geological Museum is located on the south end of the campus.
On November 30, 2012, two people were killed on campus and one off in an incident involving a compound bow and a large knife.
Casper College offers more than 50 academic majors and 30 technical and career field options. The academic side of the college is organized into five different Schools: Business and Industry, Fine Arts and Humanities, Health Science, Science, Social and Behavioral Science.
 Business and Industry
| Accounting | Auto Body Repair | Automotive | Aviation | Business | Computer Applications and Business Tech | Computer Security & Forensics | | Construction Tech | Diesel Power Tech | Drafting and Design | Electric Power Tech | Electronics | Emergency Management | Environmental | | Fire Science | Hospitality Management | Machine Tool Tech | Manufacturing Tech | Marketing | Renewable Energy | Robotics Tech | | Technical Studies | Web Tech and E-Commerce | Welding Tech |
 Fine Arts and Humanities
| English and Literature | Gender Studies | Music | Theatre & Dance | Visual Arts | World Languages |
 Health Science
| Activities Professional | Health Science | Medical Lab Technician | Nursing | Occupational Therapy Assistant | | Paramedic Technology | Pharmacy Technology | Physical Education | Radiography/CT/MRI | Respiratory Therapy |
| Agriculture | Biology | Chemistry | Computer Science | Engineering | Extractive Resources Technology | Geography | | Geology | Mathematics | Nutrition | Pre-Occupational Therapy | Pre-Pharmacy | Pre-Professional | Physics | Statistics | Tate/Werner Museums |
 Social and Behavioral Science
| Addictionology | Anthropology | Communication | Criminal Justice | Economics | Education | History | | International Studies | Paralegal | Political Science | Pre-Law | Psychology | Sociology |
 Notable alumni
On Friday, November 30, 2012, at some point before 9 a.m. (11 a.m. ET), an attack occurred on campus. The alleged suspect used a compound bow and arrows and a large knife as weapons to kill his victims and himself. Three people, Jim Krumm, Heidi Arnold and Jim's son Chris Krumm died. Jim Krumm was the sole computer science instructor at CC and Heidi Arnold was a math instructor at CC as well. Jim and Heidi were dating at the time. Police and college officials initially stated that the suspect was not in custody but also that no suspect was at large, bolstering reports that he was deceased. Later, the authorities said Chris Krumm had committed murder-suicide, killing Heidi Arnold off campus before going to the classroom in the Wold Physical Science Center and killing his father, Jim Krumm and then himself. Jim Krumm purportedly displayed 'heroic' behavior before he was killed, by distracting & struggling with his son, while several students in the room were able to escape. Several papers found in Chris' apartment back in Connecticut show that he had blamed his father for self diagnosed mental illness. The campus has since reoppened the building and classes have resumed but Room 325 remains closed as of April 2013.
- "Police ID victims, suspect in Casper College slayings". Casper Star Tribune. 2012-12-01. Retrieved 2012-12-01.