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Board of Trustees meeting to be held Monday, April 20
The regular monthly meeting of the Cowley College Board of Trustees will be conducted on Monday, April 20, 2015, in the Private Dining Room of the McAtee Dining Center, located at 206 South 4th Street.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m.  All Board of Trustees meetings are open to the public and Cowley employees. Click here to view agenda.

Criminal justice department to host Tracking Day
Are you interested in a new hobby? Do you like the outdoors? Many people are not aware that Cowley County is fortunate enough to have one of the few professional man tracking organizations in the nation. On Friday April 24, Blue Line tracking will be conducting a tracking day hosted by Cowley College’s criminal justice department.  read more

McKnight, Proffitt sign with four-year schools
Derek McKnight and Tyler Proffitt
A pair of talented Cowley College track and field athletes signed letters of intent to compete at four-year schools on Wednesday. read more

Madison McDowell named Student of the Year
Madison McDowellMadison McDowell, a sophomore secondary education-math major with a 4.0 GPA, was presented with the Student of the Year award at Cowley College’s annual Honors and Awards ceremony held Tuesday in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. read more

Men’s tennis goes unbeaten in Jayhawk regular season
Capping an unbeaten regular season against Jayhawk Conference foes, the Cowley College Men’s tennis team traveled to Hesston on Monday to take on a pair of conference opponents. The Tigers dominated in beating Barton County Community College and Hesston College by scores of 9-0. read more

Phi Theta Kappa holds induction ceremony
PTK Inductees
On Sunday, April 12, Phi Theta Kappa had its annual induction ceremony, officially welcoming 16 new members to the nationally recognized honors organization. read more

Tiger track and field team gets mixed results at Wichita State
The Cowley College track and field teams competed at the Wichita State University KT Woodman Invite this past weekend in Wichita. read more

Cowley AEC team wins the KAEC state championship
AEC team
Winning eight of nine rounds Thursday and Friday in Salina, the Cowley College Academic Excellence Challenge team captured its first state championship since 2001. read more

Be prepared to take shelter
In the event that a spring storm pops up, do you know where to go for shelter? Click image to view Tornado Shelter locations.Tornado Shelter

Cowley students to receive invitation e-mail from Noel-Levitz
On Monday, April 6 an invitation e-mail, from Noel-Levitz will be sent to 3,042 current Cowley College students - 1,852 Student Satisfaction Inventory surveys (SSIS) and 1,190 Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL). read more

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All proceeds benefit the American Cancer society/Relay for Life of Arkansas City.
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NOTICE: Baseball game scheduled for Saturday has been moved to Sunday at 2 pm

No. 1-ranked Tigers score season-high 23 runs at Labette
The Cowley College baseball team backed up its No. 1 ranking by out-scoring Labette Community College 34-5 in a doubleheader played Thursday in Parsons. The Tigers took game one 11-2 before run-ruling the Cardinals 23-3 in game two. read more

Softball out-scores Brown Mackie 36-3 in doubleheader sweep
The Cowley College softball team broke out the bats in a doubleheader sweep of Brown Mackie Community College Thursday in Salina. The Lady Tigers needed just five innings to defeat Brown Mackie 19-3 in game one and 17-0 in game two. read more

Four Lady Tiger basketball players to continue careers at four-year schools
basketball signing
Cowley College women’s head basketball coach Todd Clark watched as four members of the Lady Tiger basketball program signed with four-year schools on Wednesday. read more

Lady Tiger tennis knocks off No. 5-ranked Seminole
Ready for regionals! The No. 8-ranked Cowley College women’s tennis team showed they are ready for the upcoming Region VI tennis tournament by defeating No. 5-ranked Seminole State College 6-3 Wednesday in Seminole, OK. read more

Submissions for Mile Marker Review
Mile Marker Review, Cowley College’s Online Literary Magazine, is now taking submissions from faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Mile Marker Review is looking for short fiction, poetry, art, and photography to publish on its website to showcase what the Cowley College family can do.
Submissions will be accepted through Monday, April 20, those interested in submitting work before the end of April can contact Ryan Doom at ( Submissions can be made at

Softball team sweeps emotional doubleheader against Cloud County
Decked out in pink uniforms, the Cowley College softball team played Tuesday’s home doubleheader vs. Cloud County Community College in honor of Adrianna “Nana” Davis. The Lady Tigers rounded the pink bases to a 6-5 extra inning win of game one before run-ruling the Lady Thunderbirds 10-1 in the nightcap. read more

College Night with the Wichita Thunder
College Night
Fans of the Wichita Thunder hockey team had a chance to visit with Cowley College admissions representatives and learn more about the school when they visited the college’s booth at the Thunder hockey game vs. the Tulsa Oilers Friday, April 10 at Intrust Bank Arena.

Tigers at the Zoo
Math and Science Club
The Cowley College Math and Science Club recently took a trip to the Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita. At the Zoo they attended a special session: “Is There a Doctor at the Zoo?” which looked at the medical staff and procedures that occur at the zoo. read more

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Read profile of Frank Owens,
Criminal Justice Instructor

Get your tickets now for Leaving Iowa
With opening night for the second stage play Leaving Iowa approaching quickly, those interested in attending the sensitive/celebratory comedy should act now in purchasing tickets.
There will be three evening performances at 7:30 April 23-25 and a 2 p.m. matinee performance on Saturday, April 25. The stage will consist of a half diamond audience configuration, which will create an intimate setting of around 100 seats. read more

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Saturday, April 18
-Baseball Hosts Labette, MOVED TO SUNDAY
-Phi Theta Kappa National Convention, San Antonio, TX.
-Track Teams at Tabor Invite, Hillsboro, 11 a.m.
Sunday, April 19-Baseball Hosts Labette, 2 p.m.
-Phi Theta Kappa National Convention, San Antonio, TX.
Monday, April 20
-Softball at Friends, Wichita, KS, 5/7 p.m.
-Board of Trustees Meeting, McAtee Dining Center, 6 p.m.
Tuesday, April 21
-Baseball at Crowder, Neosho, MO, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, April 22
-Athletic Banquet, Agri-Business Building, 6 p.m.
-Homeschool College Experience, Arkansas City Campus
-CC Singers and Jazz Band at Greeley, CO Jazz Festival.
Thursday, April 23
-Baseball at Highland, 2 p.m.
-CC Singers and Jazz Band at Greeley, CO Jazz Festival.
-Second Stage Play “Leaving Iowa”, 7 p.m.
-Cowley Free Movie Night at Cowley Cinema 8, 10 p.m.
Friday, April 24
-Track Teams at Southwestern Relays, Winfield, 10 a.m.
-Women’s/Men’s Tennis Hosts Region VI Tournament, Ark City High School, 12 p.m..
-Second Stage Play “Leaving Iowa”, 2/7 p.m.
-CC Singers and Jazz Band at Greeley, CO Jazz Festival.
Saturday, April 25
-Women’s/Men’s Tennis Hosts Region VI Tournament, Ark City High School, 9 a.m.
-Second Stage Play “Leaving Iowa”, 7 p.m.
-Baseball Hosts Highland, 2 p.m.
-Softball Hosts First-Round of Region VI Playoffs, TBA.
Sunday, April 26
-Softball at First-Round of Region VI Playoffs, TBA.
Tuesday, April 28
-Baseball Hosts Rose State, 2 p.m.
-Jazz Band/CC Singers Concert, Brown Theatre, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, April 29
-Softball Hosts Seminole State, 2 p.m.
Thursday, April 30
-Track Teams at Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championships, El Dorado, 1 p.m.
-Writers’ Corner, Band Room, 7 p.m.
Friday, May 1
-Track Teams at Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championships, El Dorado, 9 a.m.
-Softball at Region VI Tournament, Topeka, KS, TBA.
Saturday, May 2
-Track Teams at Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championships, El Dorado, 10 a.m.
-Softball at Region VI Tournament, Topeka, KS, TBA.
-Baseball Hosts Sub-Regional, TBA.
Sunday, May 3
-Women’s Tennis at NJCAA Division I National Championships, Tucson, AZ, All Day.

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