Cowley College had two Collegiate Quiz Bowl teams take part in the National Academic Quiz...Read More
Harold Arnett, Cowley College’s vice president of academic affairs, conducted a workshop on team-building with employees in the IMPACT Student Support Services TRIO program Jan. 4 in the Underground. Arnett used experiential...Read More
The Collegiate Quiz Bowl — formerly known as Academic Excellence Challenge — team at Cowley College was host Dec. 2 to the Snow Bowl at the college’s main campus in Arkansas City. A total of seven schools and 12 teams took part...Read More
The recent review of the Performance Agreement report for the 2016 academic year showed Cowley College continues to increase its success rate among students in the college-level English course. Since the 2014 academic year,...Read More
In May, Academic Excellence Challenge (AEC) coaches from nine Kansas community colleges met at the state tournament and agreed to change the name of the activity from Kansas Academic Excellence Challenge (KAEC) to Kansas...Read More
SALINA — The Cowley College Academic Excellence Challenge (AEC) team finished a close second to Coffeyville Community College after setting out with the goal of winning the KAEC State Championship on March 31 and April 1 at...Read More
Cowley College is working with the Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce to create a new internship program. Mark Flickinger and Mark Dykes are working with chamber CEO Kammy Downs to create the program, which will provide...Read More
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