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CTE Department Scholarships
The Career & Technical Education Department at Cowley College offers TUITION & BOOK scholarships to a limited number of qualified, post-secondary applicants.

must be a full-time student (at least 12 hours)
must have a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA, and maintain that at Cowley
must have a declared major in the CTE Department
must be a Kansas resident (as determined by the Registrar's Office)

To Apply:
Complete the online application.
Contact Joe Clasen, Career and Technical Education Department Chair, at 620.441.5579 or

Please visit Cowley’s scholarship page for more information about applying for scholarships.

CTE Program Scholarships
There are a limited number of FULL TUITION and PARTIAL TUITION scholarships available to qualified students majoring in one of the disciplines of Career & Technical Education.  The criteria is the same as above except students must be a declared major in one of the Career and Technical Education Department programs and have either a 3.0 GPA for full tuition or 2.5 GPA for partial tuition scholarships.

Automotive Technology
Machine Tool Technology
Nondestructive Testing
Welding Technology

Free Tuition for High School Students
cteviewbookHigh 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 may incur some small fees (tools, background checks as required, supplies, etc.)

  • Nondestructive Testing
  • Manufacturing Technology  (Mechatronics)
  • Welding Technology
  • Automotive  Technology
  • Machine & Tool Technology


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