Events and Reunions
In March 2005, Cottey College, P.E.O.s and alumnae everywhere celebrated the first ever International COTTEY Day, celebrating the life and memory of Virginia Alice Cottey Stockard, the founder of Cottey College. This year, plan to celebrate International COTTEY Day on March 27, Virginia Alice Cottey's birthday. Imagine the recognition from not only wearing a Cottey promotional item, but explaining what Cottey College is. This is a fantastic way to help get the word out to prospective students that Cottey College is not only a great institution, but there is a legion of women who support the goals and ideals of women's education.
Order these Cottey College buttons to wear. They are available for $7 for 10 buttons.
May 20-25, 2014
Vacation College is a wonderful time for P.E.O.s, BILs, alumnae and others to get away from it all, combine a Cottey experience with personal enrichment, and have some fun along the way. Participants live the life of a Cottey student by staying in one of the residence halls, eating in Raney Dining Room and attending classes taught by Cottey College faculty - all without the pressure of mid-term exams or finals. Nightly entertainment and recreational activities round out the week. P.E.O.s, BILs, alumnae, and friends of the College are invited to attend. The late registration cost is $600.
Click here to see what classes still have openings this May!
August 16-19, 2014
Cottey Seminar is an educational opportunity for delegates to learn more about the College so that they can educate other P.E.O.s and prospective students. State/Provincial/District officers click here to download the registration form. If you are unable to download the form or have questions, please contact Cottey's Office of P.E.O. Relations at email@example.com.
October 25, 2014
Cottey celebrated its first P.E.O. Visit Day in 2005. This event is the premier visit event for P.E.O.s. During the visit, P.E.O.s have the opportunity to see the Cottey Campus and meet other sisters. Activities include touring campus, meeting students, experiencing the great Cottey food, and hearing from the President, Dr. Judy Rogers. Registration is required!.
Click here to download the registration form.
Housing on campus is not available during this event. Click here for a list of hotels and restaurants.