Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC) is a two-year community college in Rock Springs, Wyoming. It was established in 1959 and has been growing consistently ever since. The enormous catchment area served by the college includes a span of over 10,000 square miles. Today, there are well over 5,000 students enrolled at WWCC at any given time.
The campus is spread over 435 acres, yet all of the buildings on campus are connected by indoor hallways. It is particularly well-known for the T-Rex skeleton in the atrium. There is a branch campus in Green River, twelve miles west of the main campus.