Explore a Wide Range of Technical
Career and Technical Education (CTE) prepares individuals for a wide
array of challenging careers in a demanding economy and specialized labor
market. It provides foundational skills, both technical and academic,
that lead to lucrative employment, as well as further educational opportunities.
Cowley College’s CTE department is in two locations—Ark
City campus (Walker Technology building) and Mulvane Technology Centers.
High school students can take tuition-free CTE classes at Cowley College!
The Kansas Board of Regents will pay for the tuition so that students
can gain the training needed to enter a profession, and in many cases,
earn an industry-recognized credential. Students will need to purchase
textbooks and will incur some fees (tools, department fee, background checks as
required, supplies, etc.)
- Nondestructive Testing
- Manufacturing Technology (Mechatronics)
- Automotive Technology
- Machine & Tool
Cowley College offering educational
opportunities for dislocated workers
Cowley College is investing in our community’s future by providing
training to those who need to expand their employment skills.
Take a Tour and find our NOISE!
Machine Tool Technology
The Career and Technology Department at Cowley College is committed
to providing students
with necessary skills and values that give them the vision allowing
them to grow and adapt to an ever-changing world.
Our vision is to promote career & technical education opportunities
to students within our service area to enhance skill levels, promote
educational opportunities, and prepare students for future career prospects.
If you would like more information about any of our programs, please
contact one of our locations:
Arkansas City Main Campus
Walker Technology Building
209 South 4th Street, Arkansas City, KS 67005
Mulvane Technology Center/North (Welding)
242 Industrial Drive, Mulvane, KS 67110
Mulvane Technology Center/South (Automotive)
201 Industrial Drive, Mulvane, KS 67110
Cowley College student Dayne McNutt recently made five smaller boxes to fit inside one large box in the school’s machine shop. The large box was machined on all six sides to create it. This is a school-record for the most boxes without breaking as the previous record was four and it was done with aluminum, while this one was made of pine.
Cowley College and SCEDC sponsor a Business and Industry tour
Sumner County Economic Development Commission (SCEDC) and Cowley College sponsored a Business and Industry tour for students from Sumner County schools on March 12.
The students and teachers toured GKN Aerospace and Countryside Motors in Wellington and then headed to Mulvane to tour the Cowley College Automotive and Welding program facilities. Students from Wellington USD 353 and Argonia USD 359 participated in the day.
The purpose of the tour was to familiarize the students with employment and education opportunities available within Sumner County. read more