- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 13, 2016

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming is making a special effort to support current or prospective students affected by layoffs in the energy industry.

UW President Dick McGinity has appointed former Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Alyson Hagy to serve as his special adviser to coordinate efforts to provide timely information about UW’s services and programs to individuals and families affected by the recent layoffs.

Hagy and representatives of UW’s Office of Financial Aid, Office of Admissions, and the Center for Advising and Career Services are scheduled to be at Gillette College next Tuesday and Wednesday.

They will answer questions about financial aid, admissions, academic programs and pathways to four-year degrees.

UW currently enrolls 300 students from Gillette and about 300 more from other communities in northeast Wyoming.

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