Our faculty and staff are committed to weaving the Cottey values of experiential learning, global awareness and social responsibility into everything they teach.
Cottey has the capacity to house 350 students.
Cottey College president Dr. Jann Rudd Weitzel congratulates a proud graduate.
Students at women's colleges report more meaningful and more frequent interaction with faculty. At Cottey, the faculty to student ratio is 10:1.
Students with molecular models in one of Dr. Ganga Fernando's chemistry classes.
We believe that in order to change the world, you have to see it first. An international trip is included as part of your enrollment.
Travel the world! It's on us!
Cottey College's academic center features a cadaver lab for health and biomedical science majors, because we are committed to giving our students hands-on experience.
All students, regardless of major, are welcome to take dance classes and audition for Cottey In Motion dance company, where they will perform on the big stage in the Center for the Arts!
Women's college students develop strong community bonds passed down through generations of female graduates and manifested in engaging campus traditions.
The Fine Arts Department includes studios and classrooms for ceramics, painting, photography, design, drawing and sculpture.
Students, regardless of major, can participate in music activities on campus, including music lessons at no additional cost.
Single-gender classrooms result in more active student participation, higher order thinking, and more academic challenge.
Cottey's golf team has a private, indoor swing lab equipped with a tracker for fine tuning our athlete's game.
The softball team's swing studio allows our athletes the freedom to practice at any time.
The esports arena is home to the Cottey Comet esports team.
The esports arena doubles as a stock trading lab, giving our business students valuable hands-on experience.
Cottey's Library features a Mac Lab, where students can check out computers for homework, content creation, or other creative endeavors.
The coffee and tea station is free for all students and features a wide variety of hot beverages.
This statue, titled "Friends Meet", is positioned on the north side of the library. It represents the community and sisterhood our students experience during their Cottey journey.
P.E.O. Hall was the first building and residence hall erected after Cottey was accepted as a gift by the P.E.O. Sisterhood. It is home to Arkansas, California-Gardner, California-Remy, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon, Pope and Yellowstone suites.
Approximately 100 student live in ten suites in Reeves: California-Weller, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Rubie, Seaboard, Texas, and Washington.
Raney Dining Room is on the lower level. Arizona, Colorado-Minear, Colorado-Thompson, Dakota, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Rosemary-Alumna, Santa Barbara, Southeastern, Wallace, Wheatlake and Wisconsin suites are found in "Robbie."
Students decorate and hang wreaths around campus and at the President's house as part of the Hanging of the Greens tradition.
Caroling and Hanging of the Greens is a long standing holiday tradition.
Cottey's dance studio is accommodating to students of all skill levels.
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