“Advancing student success through partnerships with the community and Sheridan College.”
We are CEFEX Certified!
Sheridan College Foundation, a 501©(3) Type I supporting organization, was established in 1964 to act as the fundraising arm of Sheridan College. Your generous contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible within the extent of the law.
Through fundraising efforts, stewardship activities and investment strategies, we receive donated funds from individuals, foundations, corporations, alumni, faculty and staff in support of Sheridan College projects and programs which fall beyond its operating budget.
In addition, the Foundation partners with donors and the College to fund scholarships; faculty, staff and student opportunities; facilities and equipment expansions; college initiatives; and special capital projects.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bill Rohrbaugh, President
Matt Ebzery, Vice President
Investment Advisor & Partner, Cypress Capital
Patrick Barker, Treasurer
Western Land Services, Inc.,
Everett McGlothlin, Secretary
Retired School Administrator
Dr. Paul Young
President, Northern Wyoming Community College District
Chairman, NWCCD Board of Trustees
Lonabaugh and Riggs
Burgess Design Group,
Child Advocacy Services
of the Big Horns
Retired School Educator
First Interstate Bank
VP Operations & Maintenance, Wood Group Production Services
MEET OUR STAFF
ROBERTA “BOBBI” MITZEL
Alumni & Communications Coordinator
Sitting at the base of the Bighorn Mountains, Sheridan College boasts one of the most state-of-the-art campuses in Wyoming, uniquely nestled in a beautiful and lively Western town. Sheridan College’s new modern campus housing, attention to the Arts, delivery of workforce solutions, cutting-edge online services, and latest industry equipment set us apart.
Sheridan College students are equipped to both succeed immediately in the workforce and/or transfer to four-year institutions. Students can save up to $50,000 by starting their academic careers with the friendly, award-winning faculty at Sheridan College, as compared to other regional institutions.