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Thursday, May 5
-Life: Through Word and Lens, Wright Room, 6:30 p.m.

Friday, May 6
-Track and Field at WSU Shocker Open, Wichita, KS.

Saturday, May 7
-Commencement, W.S. Scott Auditorium, 10 a.m./2 p.m.
-Baseball at Region VI Tournament, TBA.
-Softball at Region VI Tournament, Topeka, KS.
-Women’s Tennis at NJCAA National Championships, Tyler, TX.

Sunday, May 8
-Softball at Region VI Tournament, Topeka, KS.
-Women’s Tennis at NJCAA National Championships, Tyler, TX.

Monday, May 9

-Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Meeting, BC Room 137, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, May 10

-Final Exams Begin.

Friday, May 13

-Baseball at Region VI Tournament, Wichita, KS.

Saturday, May 14

-Duck Dash, Spring Hill Farm in Winfield, 4:30 p.m.

-Baseball at Region VI Tournament, Wichita, KS.


Cowley College offering Milling Technician program

Responding to an industry request to meet the needs of industry and the community by providing a program that will prepare candidates for better jobs in an area of projected shortage, Cowley College is offering the Milling Technician program. read more

Frendo named NJCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Player of the Week

Frendo Player of the Week

Cowley College freshman Sarah Frendo was recently named the NJCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Player of the Week after capturing the Region VI singles title at No. 1 singles and teaming with Eva Forneiron to win the Region VI doubles title at No. 1 doubles. read more


Softball advances in Region VI Tournament

Cowley Softball

The No. 4-seeded Cowley College softball team is moving on in the Region VI Softball Tournament after a pair of easy wins over 11th-seeded Hesston College Monday in Arkansas City. Cowley defeated the Larks 10-2 and 9-3 and advance to face third-seeded Hutchinson (36-6) Saturday at noon at the Hummer Sports Complex in Topeka, KS. read more

Sophomore Art Showcase held at Cowley

Cowley Art Showcase

The amazing talent of the soon to be graduating Art and Design majors was on display Monday night in the Earle N. Wright Community Room during the Sophomore Art Showcase Reception. read more

Men’s tennis places second at Region VI Tournament

Cowley Tiger Tennis

The men's tennis team traveled to Liberal, KS this past weekend to play in the NJCAA Region VI Tennis Tournament. The Tigers, who had defeated the Seward Saints twice previously, could not do so in the finals over the weekend but still qualified for the NJCAA National Tournament. read more

Dockter conducts book signing at Cowley

Dockter Signing

Adjunct instructor Debra Dockter conducted a book signing for her debut novel, Deadly Design, Monday at the Sid Regnier Bookstore. Pictured alongside Dockter is her daughter, Sophie. Also pictured are Kaitlyn Moore and Ashley Barron who stopped by to purchase a copy of the book and have them signed by Dockter.
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Metcalf, Griffiths shine at Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championships

Cowley Track

The Cowley College track and field teams had the Female Track Athlete of the meet and Male Field Event Athlete of the meet at the Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Outdoor Championships held this past weekend in Garden City, KS.

Competing in rainy, windy and cold weather, the Tigers had a very good meet but lack of depth hurt the team results in the end. The women’s team finished third in the Jayhawk East team standings and fourth in the Region VI team standings while the men finished fourth in Jayhawk East and eighth in Region VI.  read more

Baseball sweeps Allen, finishes second in Jayhawk EastCowley Baseball

Running its winning streak to eight games in a row with a doubleheader sweep of Allen Community College Sunday in Arkansas City, the Cowley College baseball team finished in second place in the Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division.
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Spring Choir Concert slated for May 3Spring Concert

Cowley College’s Spring Choir Concert is titled "Sure On This Shining Night" featuring selections focusing on the beauty of the night. This nocturnal concert features the 50 voice Cowley Concert Choir which is bringing confidence and professional level musicality to the more

PTK members volunteer at Humane Society

PTK volunteerMembers of Cowley College’s Phi Theta Kappa organization recently completed Service Week by volunteering at the Cowley County Humane Society. Officers decided earlier this year that the group should do a service project, and after discussing different ideas, they wanted to contribute to the community’s need to assist animals. read more

Criminal Justice students receive awards

Criminal JusticeFrom the first day of Student Patrol classes through graduation, Cowley College’s criminal justice students are lectured on the merits of striving to be a five percenter.  A five percenter is that officer that does above and beyond the normal. They are taught to go the extra mile and to make that extra mile a part of their routine.  read more

Final Writers’ Corner for the year

Creative ClawsCowley College’s Creative Writing Program held its final Writers’ Corner of the academic year Thursday, with 16 writers presenting a variety of original works and celebrating numerous accomplishments of the students involved in the program. Eleven of the students will graduate this May. read more

Cowley College receives Perkins State Leadership Grant

Perkins GrantCowley College was recently approved by the Kansas Board of Regents to receive a Perkins State Leadership Grant in the amount of $39,425.

The grant will be to work with subject matter experts in criminal justice, allied health, automotive, and other technical programs, along with a math expert, to develop contextualized curriculum using the competencies of College Algebra. read more

Cowley Collegiate DECA selling finals survival kits

From May 10-13, Cowley College students will enter the most crucial and nerve-racking period of the entire academic semester—final exams! Studying for finals can be a significant learning period if a student is relaxed enough to review, to relate, and to summarize the semester’s assignments and lectures. Students are prone to cram for exams, miss meals, and go without adequate sleep.
Cowley Collegiate DECA, business organization, has the answer for meeting the student’s needs to find a source of energy to make up for missed meals and sleep. Survival kits are just $15.00. Contact instructor Sarah Mathews at to purchase.

Dr. Walker Addresses MSP Students

Multicultural clubCowley College’s MultiCultural Scholars Program held their end of year celebration with a dinner at Kathryn’s in Winfield. Dr. Gloria Walker, Vice President of Finance, inspired the students as she used her own life experiences to explain the importance of education, perseverance, and deliberate decision making as they work toward their goals. read more

Guijo, Greenwood named Athletes of the Year; Schears’ named Booster of the Year

awardsA crowd of close to 400 people came out to celebrate the accomplishments of Cowley College athletics during the 2016 Athletic Awards Banquet Wednesday night in the Arkansas City Agri Business Building.
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Martinez signs to play soccer at Bacone College
Ernesto Martinez Cowley College sophomore soccer player Ernesto Martinez signed a letter of intent on Thursday to continue his playing career at NAIA school Bacone College in Muskogee, OK.

Martinez was used as a midfielder/forward during his two years at Cowley. read more

Loewen signs with Rockhurst University
LoewenFollowing a strong finish to his playing career at Cowley College, sophomore men’s basketball player Mason Loewen signed a letter of intent with NCAA Division II Rockhurst University in Kansas City, KS on Wednesday. read more

Cowley College awards scholarships to students from 38 schools
The Student Services Department at Cowley College has awarded scholarships to students from Arkansas City, Ark City Christian Academy, Attica, Belle Plaine, Beloit, Bluestem, Campus, Caney Valley, Cedar Vale, Central Burden, Chaparral, Cheney, Colegio Politec, Conway Springs, Derby,  Dexter, Douglass, El Dorado, Home School, Kapaun Mt. Carmel, Kinsley, Larned, Mulvane, Manhattan, Newton, Nickerson, Northern Heights, Oxford, Rose Hill, South Haven, Spearville, Udall, Wellington, Wichita West, Wichita Northwest, Winfield, and Woodward (OK) High Schools. read more

Voice RecitalsCowley Vocal Music presents
Thursday, May 5th

11:00 am - 12:30 pm


3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Choir Room BC209

Cowley College to hold 93rd Commencement on May 7

A total of 611 students will be candidates for graduation Saturday, May 7 when Cowley College holds its 93rd Commencement exercises. The Commencement exercises will be held at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. inside W.S. Scott Auditorium. Individuals requiring special seating at Commencement should plan to arrive no later than 9:40 a.m. and 1:40 p.m. read more

Art students to have works displayed at Smoky Hill Art Exhibition
Art exhibitorsCowley College students Clinton Willis and Sheldon Draper will have their art work on display at the 47th Annual Smoky Hill Art Exhibition. An opening reception will be held Friday, April 29 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Hays Art Center in Hays, KS.
Both Willis and Draper submitted paintings and were selected from more than 250 submissions. read more

Tornado SheltersBe prepared for Spring Storms
When spring storms are in the forecast, have a plan and be prepared.
Click here to view the different locations on Cowley College campus/centers where you can take cover if a severe storm approaches.

textbook buy backSpring textbook buyback is May 9-16


Sid Regnier Bookstore
207 West Fifth Avenue
Arkansas City, KS 67005
Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm


Wichita Downtown Bookstore
532 South Market Street
Wichita KS 67202


Monday - Thursday: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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