Cowley College's vocational and
technical programs prepare individuals for a wide array
of challenging careers in specialized labor
This tuition-free incentive
program encourages high school students to gain
the training needed to enter a profession
and, in many cases, earn an industry-recognized credential prior
to graduating from high school.
juniors and seniors in public, private, and homeschool high schools
are eligible for free tuition through the Career and Technical
Education Act (Senate Bill 155 for Kansas residents).
Cowley College pays your incidential fees;
however, you will need to purchase textbooks and may incur some small
View the listing of almost 200 Cowley
College Courses Available to High School Students Covered by SB155.
PDF of SB155: Secondary/Postsecondary
Career Technical Education Initiative
Steps to earn FREE TUITION:
1. Meet with your high school counselor or a Cowley representative
to discuss your options.
If you would like
to see our state-of-the-art facilities, schedule a campus/center
2. Choose a program or class to meet your educational goals.
times, locations and online availability at: www.cowley.edu/schedules
3. Apply online at www.cowley.edu/apply.
4. Complete any required program applications & assessments.
5. Enroll at one of Cowley College’s locations:
Career & Technical Education Degrees
Programs designed for students with flexible
Morning, afternoon, and evening sessions and online courses
Industry Recognized Credentials:
Coursework in these programs of study
may also qualify for FREE TUITION. Many of these are offered through
Cowley's Online College.
*Age restrictions may apply.
CONTACT us to get started!
Career and Technical Education programs:
Beverly Frank | email@example.com | 620.441.5279
All other programs & classes:
Janice Stover | firstname.lastname@example.org | 620.441.5247
Cowley College Concurrent Academic Partnership
for Secondary Students
CAPSS (Concurrent Academic Partnership for Secondary Students) is a
program that provides an opportunity for qualified high school students
to take advantage of academic college courses and earn college credit
prior to graduating from high school.
Check with your high school counselor for eligibility of
concurrent credit. Learn more about CAPSS.