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WHAT IS THE COWBOY JOE CLUB?
The Cowboy Joe Club was formed in 1970 as the main fund raising arm of the University of Wyoming's Intercollegiate Athletic program. The Club is a non-profit organization with a member base of over 4,000 fans from throughout the United States and all over the world. With your assistance, the Cowboy Joe Club can help fund scholarships, academic counseling, summer school, books, and other needed projects. Thanks to you, these exceptional student-athletes will have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams in brown and gold.
Listen to messages supporting CJC from: U.S. Senator Al Simpson, Two-Time College Basketball Player of the Year Kenny Sailors, Wyoming State Bank President & CEO Gary Crum, Dr. Robert Curnow
2011 CJC Golf Series
Current CJC Newsletter
2011-12 Parking Map
Recent CJC Press Releases
--- Expanded and Enhanced Parking Options for 2011-12
--- Cowboy Joe Club On-line Auction Breaks Record
--- Laramie County Raises More than $380,000 for Cowboy Joe Club
--- Cowboy Joe Club Continues to Break Fundraising Records
Complete 2011 Membership Brochure *(large file - allow time for upload)
Drive For 5,000 Brochure
Printable Membership Application
Complete 2010 Membership List
Methods of Support
Join, Renew or Review Your Account Online
Frequently Asked Questions
Staff / Board Members
CJC Yearly Scholarship Recipients
Courtesy Car Program
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Cowboy Joe Club Mission
The Cowboy Joe Club, through the financial investment of alumni, fans and friends, is committed to providing the University of Wyoming student-athlete with the opportunity to succeed in the classroom, in competition and in life.
Cowboy Joe Club Statement
Financial investments made by University of Wyoming alumni, fans and friends to the Cowboy Joe Club's Annual Fund are directly invested in the scholarship expenses awarded to deserving student-athletes chosen to compete in intercollegiate athletics at UW. These expenses, which currently exceed $3.3 million, are the direct responsibility of the Cowboy Joe Club and its members.
Gifts made through cash payments, matching gifts, appreciated securities, real estate, gift-in-kind, bonds, or trusts to the Cowboy Joe Club's Annual Fund, Athletic Endowment Program or Capital Facility Campaign are used to increase the opportunity of success for UW student-athletes and its respective competitive teams.
Benefits are awarded to UW athletic investors to which are committed to the success of the program through a priority point system which maintains a fair, equitable and consistent process. Benefits include, but are not limited to priority parking and seating at UW Football and Men's Basketball home games, special pre-game hospitalities, not available to the public single game seating, post-season seating priority, special recognition, and access.
As the primary purpose of the Cowboy Joe Club and its staff is to provide financial support of $3.3 million for student-athlete opportunity, it also strives to relay the voice of Cowboy and Cowgirl fans across the state of Wyoming and the entire nation to UW's athletic administration, coaches and student-athletes.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION OR MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION:
Tom Burman, Director of Athletics
Kevin McKinney, Sr. Assoc. Athletics Director - External
Josh Rebholz, Sr. Assoc. AD, Development/Revenue Enhancement
Keener Fry, Assoc. AD - Cowboy Joe Club
Jeff Pivic, Development Officer
Sarah McCance, Development Officer - Special Projects
Marisa Reilly, Accountant
Suzy Taylor, Office Assoc. Senior
Aengle Smith, Office Asst. Senior -->