Wyoming Technical Institute originated in a single 9,000 square foot building in 1966. WyoTech has maintained a policy of constantly upgrading facilities and courses to meet growing demands of the automotive, diesel and collision/refinishing industries.
The school is now comprised of over 370,000 square feet of modern shop, classroom and administrative facilities. The Diesel/Street Rod facility alone covers 123,000 square feet, to house up-to-date facilities and equipment. The Applied Service Management facility provides a professional office-like setting in 24,000 square feet of space.
Throughout its history, WyoTech has kept its instructors abreast of the latest techniques, added equipment as needed, and updated curriculum as changes occurred in the industry. "Turn Pro" is not simply a slogan at Wyoming Technical Institute; it is a commitment.
Laramie, Wyoming is home to the University of Wyoming as well as WyoTech, making it an ideal college community. This small town is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast, with biking, hiking, camping, fishing, four-wheeling, hunting, skiing, and more!
WyoTech - Laramie
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Laramie WY, 82072
Fax: (307) 721-4854
Courses Offered at the Laramie campus
- Automotive Technology
- Collision Refinishing Technology
- Diesel Technology
Laramie Campus Additional Information & Disclosures
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