Wyoming’s rugged and remote nature is what attracts people to the region. That remote nature also creates challenges for college students who travel long distances to classes each day. Convenient, flexible online programs are increasingly the preferred choice for many of CollegeAmerica’s Cheyenne students. Our online program enrollments are growing fast, while classroom enrollments have contracted.
As a result, we will no longer accept new on-campus enrollments in Cheyenne, but will instead support the high demand for accredited online programs. The Center for Excellence in Higher Education, Inc. (“CEHE”), which is the parent of our nonprofit group of colleges that includes CollegeAmerica’s Cheyenne campus, has announced that our company will invest in the increased demand for CEHE’s growing online institution, Independence University.
We are thankful for the support of the Cheyenne community over the years, and we plan to continue to provide quality online degree programs through Independence University to help students achieve their career dreams.
If you have questions about the Cheyenne campus, please refer to the links below. If you would like to view a list of Independence University’s healthcare, business, technology and graphic arts degree programs, visit www.Independence.edu.
Eric S. Juhlin
Chief Executive Officer
Center for Excellence in Higher Education (“CEHE”)
On Thursday, February 16, 2017, the Center for Excellence in Higher Education, Inc. (“CEHE”) nonprofit group of colleges announced that we will no longer enroll new students at the CollegeAmerica campus in Cheyenne, Wyoming. All of the currently enrolled students at Cheyenne will be given several options to complete their degree programs including being taught out or transferring to CollegeAmerica’s affiliated institution, Independence University.
CollegeAmerica admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.