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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for this class?
To enroll for this class, you must register in person at the Admissions office in the main level of Galle-Johnson Hall, Cowley College main campus, Arkansas City KS. To contact an admissions representative, call 620.441.5584.

When do classes start?
Cowley College begins teaching classes in the middle of March and will continue teaching them through October. Please visit the Class Schedule for more course dates/times.
What is the enrollment process?
If you are not a current or previous Cowley College student, the Admissions Application must be completed. Click here for the Admissions Application.
Do I receive college credit for this course?

These are non-credit classes.

Can I attend the class if I am under 18 years of age?
Participants must be 15 years of age to attend.
What do I need to bring for class?
Participants do not need riding gear as these modules will be conducted in a classroom environment. All reading/writing materials are provided.
Do I need to own or operate a motorcycle to attend these classes?
No, participants are not required to have own or operate a motorcycle to attend. Everyone is encouraged to attend to encourage roadway sharing and safety. This is a responsibility shared by all roadway users


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