WyoTech has five campuses across the United States. Each campus consists of classrooms, laboratory facilities, and work areas.
Here's a brief snapshot about each campus:
Our Blairsville campus is comprised of over 265,000 square feet of shops and classrooms set on over 27 beautiful acres. The campus offers affordable housing in Indy Park and Oakland Rooney. Both dorms offer free bus transportation to transport students to and from campus. More about the Blairsville campus
Our Daytona campus features 100,000 square feet of shop space and 12 classrooms. Daytona is home of the NASCAR Daytona 500 and the world renowned Bike Week, Race Week and Biketoberfest. More about the Daytona campus
Our WyoTech Fremont campus is part of a high-tech industrial park, surrounded by Silicon Valley. The 8-acre campus includes 120,000 square feet of automotive space, along with a new spacious motorcycle technology facility. More about the Fremont campus
The Laramie campus was started in 1966 and has since expanded to its current size of 370,000 square feet of modern shop, classroom and administrative facilities. The campus is spread amongst three unique locations. More about the Laramie campus
Our Long Beach campus offers courses in Automotive Technology, Electrical, HVAC, and Plumbing. The campus encompasses over 92,000 square feet, and is adjacent to the Pacific Coast Highway. More about the Long Beach campus
Chris MurphyWyoTech Graduate"WyoTech gave me the experience to be able to fix problems and troubleshoot. That's the number one thing. And the instructors were great."
Jessi Combs - WyoTech Success Story2004 Graduate
collision-refinishing-technologyJessi graduated in 2004 from WyoTech' s Collision/Refinishing Technology program with specialty focuses in Motorsports Chassis Fabrication , Street Rod and Custom Fabrication and Trim and Upholstery Technology Jessi is a proud graduate of WyoTech i...
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