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Tuesday, Sept 27
-Women/Men’s Soccer Hosts Kansas City, 5:30/7:30 p.m.
-Men/Women’s Tennis Hosts Southwestern College, 4 p.m.

 

Wednesday, Sept 28
-Creative Claws Club Meeting, Brown Center Room 131, 2 p.m
-Volleyball at Labette, Parsons, KS, 6:30 p.m.

 

Friday, Sept 30
-Women/Men’s Soccer at Johnson County, 2/4 p.m.
-Men/Women’s Tennis at ITA Regionals, Edmond, OK.

 

Saturday, October 1
-Men/Women’s Tennis at ITA Regionals, Edmond, OK.

 

Sunday, October 2
-Men/Women’s Tennis at ITA Regionals, Edmond, OK

 

Wednesday, October 5
-Health & Human Service Days, 9 a.m. to noon.
-Volleyball at Fort Scott, 6:30 p.m.
-ACCT Leadership Congress, New Orleans, LA.
-Women/Men’s Soccer Hosts Allen, 5:30/7:30 p.m.

 

Thursday, October 6
-ACCT Leadership Congress, New Orleans, LA.

 

Friday, October 7
-ACCT Leadership Congress, New Orleans, LA.
-Lines & Lyrics on the Lawn, Calder Bonfy Amphitheatre, 12:15-12:45 p.m.
-Industry Tour.
-Volleyball at Central Nebraska Tournament, Columbus, NE, 3/7 p.m.

 

Saturday, October 8
-ACCT Leadership Congress, New Orleans, LA.
-Volleyball at Central Nebraska Tournament, Columbus, NE, 1/3 p.m.
-Cross Country at Fort Hays State Open, Hays, KS, 8:45 a.m.
-Men/Women’s Tennis Hosts Baker University, TBA.

 

Your Future is Our Focus

Cowley offering driver safety class

Cowley College’s Golden Tigers are offering the popular Driver Safety class from 1-5 p.m. October 11-12. The class will be held in Webb-Brown Academic Center - Room 204. The cost is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. Participants must attend both days to get a certificate to give to their insurance company. Ron Upton is the instructor. Contact Margaret Neal at 620-441-5286 to enroll.

Tiger tennis players face stiff competition at OKC Collegiate Open

Tiger tennis players face stiff competition at OKC Collegiate OpenSeveral Cowley College tennis players advanced to the semifinals or finals in singles and doubles at the Oklahoma City Collegiate Open held Friday and Saturday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center. read more

Tiger volleyball suffers rare home defeat

Tiger volleyball suffers rare home defeatHaving won 80 of its previous 81 matches inside W.S. Scott Auditorium, the No. 11-ranked Cowley College volleyball team suffered a rare home loss on Monday as the No. 10-ranked Coffeyville Red Ravens upended the Lady Tigers 25-16, 19-25, 23-25, 25-19, 15-12. read more

Lady Tiger soccer slips past Neosho in overtime

Lady Tiger soccer slips past Neosho in overtimeCamila Mehler’s overtime goal lifted the Cowley College women’s soccer team to a 4-3 win over winless Neosho County Saturday in Chanute. read more

Tiger soccer team makes it two wins in a row

Tiger soccer team makes it two wins in a rowFresh off a 5-1 win over Coffeyville last Tuesday, the Cowley College men’s soccer team defeated Neosho County by the same 5-1 score Saturday in Chanute. read more

Tiger cross country team takes part in OSU Cowboy Jamboree

Tiger cross country team takes part in OSU Cowboy JamboreeComing off an impressive performance at the Missouri Southern Stampede, the Cowley College men and women’s cross country teams did not have the same success at the Oklahoma State University Cowboy Jamboree Saturday in Stillwater, OK. read more

Volleyball goes 3-1 at Kansas City Tournament

Volleyball goes 3-1 at Kansas City TournamentThe No. 10-ranked Cowley College volleyball team took a break from conference play to take part in the Kansas City Kansas Tournament Friday and Saturday in Kansas City, KS. The Lady Tigers won three of four matches to improve to 11-6 on the season. read more

Finalists named for Queen Alalah LXXXV

Queen Alalah finalistsAfter four days of online voting, the following five women were selected by Cowley College students, faculty, staff, and administration as finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXV, to be crowned during the annual Coronation at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28. read more

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Chapter, Alpha Gamma Upsilon, attends Leadership Conference

Phi Theta Kappa leadership conferenceSeven members of the Ark City Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Chapter, Alpha Gamma Upsilon, attended a Leadership Conference at Fort Hays State University on September 23 and 24. read more

Cowley soars in credential attainment

Cowley College’s Board of Trustees were provided with an update on the recent KACCT/COP quarterly meeting attended by President Dr. Dennis C. Rittle during the monthly Board meeting held Monday, September 19 in the McAtee Dining Center. read more

Criminal justice major named September Student of the Month

Criminal justice major named September Student of the MonthRecognized for her work in Cowley College’s Criminal Justice program and her volunteerism, Debra Arnett was named the school’s September Student of the Month. Arnett, who received her GED in 1992, decided now that her kids are older she would pursue her college education. She began taking classes at Cowley in the summer of 2015 after touring the criminal justice program with instructor Frank Owens. read more

Reedy Ford September Athletes of the Month announced

Reedy Ford September Athletes of the Month announcedWith the fall sports season underway, Cowley College announced the first Athletes of the Month of the 2016-2017 school year. read more

Sumner County Campaign Kickoff Breakfast held in Wellington

Sumner County Campaign Kickoff Breakfast held in WellingtonA diverse group of more than 75 people attended the Cowley College-Wellington Campus campaign kickoff Tuesday morning at the Raymond Frye Complex in Wellington. read more

Criminal Justice students recognized

Criminal Justice students recognizedTwo criminal justice students were recognized by their peers in class this week for extra effort in helping keep Cowley students and campus property safe during a recent incident. Bryce Kinsey and Dakota Martin received certificates of recognition for their assistance with an incident that occurred on Friday, September 9. read more

Cowley College donates 658 pounds of meat to local food pantries

Cowley College donates 658 pounds of meat to local food pantriesFollowing the purchase of a steer during the Cowley County Fair 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Auction held at the Winfield Fair Grounds on Aug. 1, Cowley College donated a total of 658 pounds of meat to Manna Ministries in Arkansas City and the Winfield Community Food Pantry on Monday. read more

 

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