DCasper College, located in Casper, Wyoming, is home to more than 4,000 students and roughly 250 faculty members. Established in 1945, the institution is surrounded by culture and scenic beauty. Casper College offers bachelors degrees in 16 areas of study through the University of Wyoming.
The city of Casper is the second-largest in the state and earned its nickname "The Oil City" because of its long history with the oil boom and cowboy cultures from past years. Locals living in houses or apartments in the Casper College or city area are presented with scenic views of the local Laramie Mountain Range and surrounding North Platte River. The waterfall at Casper's Rotary Park, found at the base of the Casper Mountain, is among the area's most scenic spots.
Downtown, tourists and locals can visit several historical sites, including the Fort Caspar Museum, Werner Wildlife Museum, National Historic Trails Interpretive Cetner and the Nicolaysen Art Museum. Casper also has several local theatres for the performing arts.
Among the town and area's famous alumni are former Vice President Dick Cheney, as well as Mike Lansing, Tom Browning and Mike Devereaux, former Major League Baseball players.
For prospective students or nature enthusiasts, apartments and homes in Casper are a terrific way to take the town and area in.
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