Cowley College News & Events

Area athletes take part in another successful Tiger Strong Softball Camp

Head coach Jenny Hoyt and assistant coach Haley Strawn recently conducted the Cowley College Tiger Strong Softball Camp June 20-21 in Arkansas City. The coaches, along with a few current Lady Tiger softball players, worked with the 55 area campers. read more

Cowley College places ninth in NATYCAA Cup standings

Achieving its highest finish since 2012, Cowley College athletics finished ninth out of 200 College's in the NATYCAA Cup standings. The National Alliance of Two Year College Athletic Administrators standings is an annual report that shows how all two year schools rank in postseason results for their institution. read more

Boomer Saia named head women’s tennis coach at Iowa State University

Boomer Saia named head women’s tennis coach at Iowa State UniversityHaving had tremendous success as an assistant tennis coach in the Big 12 Conference, former Cowley College tennis player Boomer Saia earned his first head coaching opportunity as he was named head women’s tennis coach at Iowa State University. read more

Still time to register for basketball camps in July

Cowley College head men's basketball coach Tommy DeSalme and assistant coach Eric Nitsche are offering the Success is a Choice basketball camps in July. The camps are open to boys and girls and will be held inside W.S. Scott Auditorium. read more

Board welcomes visit from Lieutenant Governor

Board welcomes visit from Lieutenant GovernorTracey Mann, the Lieutenant Governor of Kansas, made a stop in Arkansas City on Monday and shared a few minutes with Cowley College's Board of Trustees prior to the annual monthly meeting held in the McAtee Dining Center. Prior to visiting with the Board of Trustees, Lieutenant Governor Mann was given a short tour of Cowley College's main campus. read more

TECT Aerospace pledges $150,000 for naming rights at Sumner Campus

TECT Aerospace pledges $150,000 for naming rights at Sumner CampusWith excitement looming for the opening of the new Cowley College Sumner Campus Technology and Innovation Center in the fall of 2018, and the Short General Education Center in the fall of 2019, TECT Aerospace in Wellington, KS, has announced its pledge of $150,000 for naming rights at the Sumner Campus. read more

56 Tigers receive NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards

56 Tigers receive NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete AwardsCowley College student-athletes continue to perform at a high level academically as evidenced by the College having 56 student-athletes qualify for national academic honors during the 2017-18 academic year. read more

Third annual Tri County Tiger Classic to be held July 28

Area golfers and supporters of Cowley College athletics should make plans to attend the third annual Tri County Tiger Classic Saturday, July 28 at the Wellington Golf Club. read more

Alex Peterson named NJCAA First Team All-American

Putting together a dominant freshman campaign, Cowley College outfielder Alex Peterson was honored by the NJCAA as a First Team All-American. read more

Graphic Design AAS program update

There are currently 13 students in Cowley College’s Graphic Design AAS program that have completed at least 12 hours in the program at the close of their first year. Graphic Design Instructor Mark Dykes will select 2-3 of the most capable students to set up with regular internship partners at the Arkansas City Chamber of Commerce and Ark City Arts. read more

Congressman Estes impressed with Sumner Campus tech center

Congressman Estes impressed with Sumner Campus tech centerCowley College President Dr. Dennis C. Rittle and Sumner County Operations Officer Janet Grace recently hosted Congressman Ron Estes for a tour of the new Cowley College Sumner Campus Technology and Innovation Center. read more