Link to renew your Alumni Association membership The Cowley College Alumni Association is officially up and running. We began enrolling new members at the 95th Commencement of Cowley College on Saturday, May 12th, 2018. In addition to our dues-paying members, we are excited to count the graduating class of 2018 as members of our growing Alumni Association. Each 2018 graduate is an automatic member of the Cowley College Alumni Association for one year. We would be honored to have you join us as well. At Cowley, we're family. We'd love to count you as part of it.
Our Vision is to be the central hub of the Cowley alumni community.
Visit us on FacebookOur Mission is to be the link between Cowley College and its alumni. To inspire lifelong love for the college and involvement that benefits the entire Cowley Family through valuable programming for our alumni and opportunities to give back.
- Apply for a Foundation ScholarshipConnection: We seek to keep our alumni connected to the College and to each other.
- Integrity: Everything we do, big or small, will demonstrate our commitment to honesty, respect and responsibility.
- Value: We strive to be of value to our alumni, the College, and the entire Cowley Family.
- Orange: We are more than just a college, we’re a Family. Orange is a metaphor for the pride and passion for Cowley College that exists among our alumni, students, and anyone else who has ever called Cowley home.
- Advocacy: We advocate for matters that affect the college and its current students.
- Download the CowleyGo app15% merchandise discount at the Cowley Bookstore
- $5 off monthly membership to the Wellness Center
- Online Directory of association members
- Legacy scholarships
- Programming and events for association members
- Annual Membership - $25
- Joint-Annual Membership - $40
- Lifetime Membership - $250
- Joint-Lifetime Membership - $400
Alumni Shout Out
How I Arrived at a Career in the United States Forest ServiceBy James E. Bossi
As a farm kid growing up in southern Kansas, I was comfortable knowing that a career in ranching and farming was waiting there for me. However, severe asthma attacks during my high school years due to hay and grain dust made me realize that a career in farming was probably out of the question.
I just couldn’t come up with what kind of a career I really wanted, so I decided to attend the local Arkansas City Junior College and think about it some more.
Saturday, October 27 — 4pm to 6pm
Arkalalah — Alumni Association Event (details to come!)
Saturday, December 1st
Deadline to become a Charter Member
(Any individual who enrolls as a Lifetime Member on or before 12/1/18 will be considered a Charter Member)
Alumni Relations and Golden Tigers Coordinator