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Scholarship Giving… Scholarship funds are made possible by the generosity of donors to the Foundation. Major donor groups include friends of the College, faculty, staff, students and alumni, retired employees, board members, corporations and foundations. Their generosity helps hundreds of students who would not otherwise be able to attend college. We are now accepting scholarship applications for the Fall 2018 semester. Priority deadline is…

$30,000 in New Scholarships for Ag Students

May 4, 2018 For Immediate Release Office of Public Information $30,000 in New Scholarships for Crowder Ag Students Neosho, MO – Thanks to a generous donation by the James family, current and incoming Crowder agriculture students have the opportunity to apply for new scholarships to further their college education. “The Crowder Ag Division is very fortunate to have such a great supporter in the future of the ag industry,” emphasized Jorge…

Scholarships

Scholarships Crowder College offers Academic, Departmental, Athletic, Performance and Foundation Scholarships intended to assist students and their families in meeting college expenses. Eligibility criteria, deadline, and award amounts should be reviewed when applying for scholarships. Scholarship information Scholarship Application Scholarship categories are as follows: Athletic Athletic Institutional Women’s Basketball Women’s Softball…

La-Z-Boy Makes Donation to Scholarships

The Crowder College Foundation graciously accepted a check from the La-Z-Boy Foundation in the amount of $5000 to be used for scholarships at Crowder College. La-Z-Boy is a generous donor to the college as they not only fund scholarships, but have supported classroom expansions and other projects at Crowder through the years. “It is a privilege to work with our local business and industry to help train the workforce needed in our region….

Veterans Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships & Grants for Veterans MISSOURI RETURNING HEROES’ ACT The Missouri Returning Heroes’ Education Act provides that all public institutions of higher education that receive any state funds appropriated by the general assembly shall limit the tuition charged to combat veterans to $50 per credit hour, for any program leading to a certificate, an associate or baccalaureate degree. A combat veteran is any person who served in…

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Foundation Awards $200,000+ in Scholarships for Fall 2016

…Fall 2016 Scholarships Awarded PR 06 07 2016…

Upward Bound Students Win Scholarships

…UB students win scholarships PR 6 3 2013…

Scholarships

…Business Division Scholarships High School Senior Scholarship Application – There are currently no scholarship offerings     Current Business Student Scholarship – There are currently no scholarship offerings…

Scholarships

Scholarships Language Enrichment Scholarship Application Form Online Application For Scholarship Overview: This scholarship is for non-native English speakers that desire to attend classes at Crowder College. It is available to students that would like to strengthen their English skills for a variety of purposes. Award: The value of the scholarship is $500. It is renewable for three additional semesters if the recipient completes at least 12…

ELI Scholarships

English Language Scholarships Overview: This scholarship is for non-native English speakers that desire to attend classes at Crowder College. It is available to students that would like to strengthen their English skills for a variety of purposes. Award: The value of the scholarship is $500. It is renewable for three additional semesters if the recipient completes at least 12 credit hours per semester, and a 3.0 Grade Point Average is…

Scholarships nor Non-Native English Speakers

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James Ag Scholarship

Thanks to a generous donation by the James family, current and incoming Crowder agriculture students have the opportunity to apply for new scholarships to further their college education. “The Crowder Ag Division is very fortunate to have such a great supporter in the future of the ag industry,” emphasized Jorge Zapata, Agriculture Division Chair, “we look forward to being able to help students complete their college goals.” In order to apply…

Scholarships Available at Crowder College

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PLTW College Partner

Crowder College is a PLTW College Partner Crowder College recognizes the skills that students acquire in PLTW courses. Through Project Lead the Way, students develop technical knowledge as well as problem-solving, process-thinking, communication and professional skills. Crowder is pleased to offer the following opportunities to PLTW students: Annual scholarship opportunities Credit for PLTW coursework Crowder College awards credit for courses…

Verification Forms

Financial Aid Worksheets Verification/Forms 2017-2018 – Verification Forms – Fall 2017, Spring & Summer 2018 2018-2019 – Verification Forms – Fall 2018, Spring & Summer 2019 When a student files the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the U.S. Department of Education may randomly select that application for a process called verification. This will be noted on the Student Aid Report. The verification…

Theatre

Theatre 2017-18 Theatre Productions     The Theatre Department has three general goals. First, all courses encourage the students to appreciate the theatre as an art form. Second, the courses encourage an understanding of how live theatre develops from script to performance. Third, the courses provide the student with many opportunities to experience live theatre performance and to participate in Crowder College Theatre productions…

McDonald County

McDonald County Contact Information Crowder College McDonald County Instruction Center 194 College Road Pineville, MO 64856 Phone: (417) 226-6000 FAX: (417) 226-6009 For admissions questions, please Shirley Davidson, email Student Services Coordinator. For employment opportunities and other inquiries, please email Aaron Divine, Director. Quick Links Degrees Available Schedule of Classes Student Comments 4-year Degree Opportunities Student…

Scholarship Opportunity at MSU or MU for Transfer Students

Each spring Missouri State University in Springfield and Missouri University in Columbia offer Community College Transfer Scholarships (for two students from each community college in the state) based on the recommendation of the college’s president, Dr. Jennifer Methvin. To be eligible for the scholarships, students must have either an Associate’s Degree or 42 hours of transferrable credit and be in good academic standing with a minimum…

3M Donation Huge Boost for Crowder at Joplin ATTC

                Crowder College forged a new partnership today with a check presentation from 3M in the amount of $117,051. This partnership was made possible through the 3M Manufacturing and Academic Partnership (MAP) program and 3M Cares Scholarship. MAP provided $112,051 with 3M Cares gifting $5000 for scholarships. This partnership is designed to help develop the skills and knowledge of both high…

Webb City

Webb City Crowder College – Webb City It is the mission of Crowder College to provide students access to a quality education. The branch campus in Webb City is a convenient location for students who live or work near Webb City. Students can complete their entire associate degree in a variety of programs. Flexible class scheduling provides busy students the opportunity to take classes during the day, twilight, or evenings. Some classes are…

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) What are the requirements to be accepted into CAMP? You, your parent(s), or guardian(s) have worked as a migrant or seasonal farm worker for at least 75 days out of the last 24 months. Or You were or have been eligible for the Title 1C Migrant Education Program The goal of Title 1C is to support high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migrant children. The program attempts to ensure that migrant…

International Club Offers Dining Experience

February 14, 2018 Office of Public Information For Immediate Release Crowder International Club Offers Dining Experience Neosho, MO – Crowder College International Students will offer an international dining experience. The first meal will be March 5, 6PM in Newton Hall Conference on the Neosho campus. The first meal will be traditional Venezuelan food featuring Pabellon: rice, black beans, fried plantain, shredded meat, mini arepas and…

Services

Student Services Jim Williams provides guidance to CTEC high school students. Guidance services are based on the individual needs of each student. Student Services is a cooperative effort between the staff of the sending school and the CTEC counselor. Guidance services are useful to a student when making decisions about educational, vocational or personal matters. Student Services help the students with transition to work or into college and…

15th Annual Festival of Wreaths – November 14th

November 2, 2017 For Immediate Release Office of Public Information CROWDER FOUNDATION ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF WREATHS NEOSHO, MO – The 15th Annual Festival of Wreaths takes place Tuesday, November 14, 2017, in the Elsie Plaster Community Center on the Crowder College Neosho campus. The evening begins with a silent auction at 4:00 p.m. followed by the live auction at 6:30 p.m. Festival of Wreaths serves as Crowder College Foundation’s largest…

AMPED Camp

This camp is designed to help inspire the next generation of inventors, engineers, entrepreneurs and manufacturers, the camp is a technical, hands-on experience to introduce students to 21st-century manufacturing technology and basic entrepreneurial skills. Girls and boys ages 14-16 are encouraged to attend. Camp will be held: June 18-29, 8:30am – 3pm in the Roy Blunt Center for Missouri Alternative & Renewable Energy (MARET) on the…

Glossary

Glossary of College Terms Academic Forgiveness – the procedure by which a semester of low g.p.a. classes taken at Crowder College can be excluded from your cumulative g.p.a. Academic Load – the number of credit hours you can take each semester. For instance, English Composition I is 3 credit hours. A normal academic load is 12 to 16 hours a semester, although you can take less. Academic Probation – A student whose academic progress falls…

Benefits of Attending

Benefits of CTEC Crowder Technical Education Center graduates: Are prepared for entry-level employment, advanced job training, entry into two or four-year college programs, entry into apprenticeship programs, or entry in military training. May earn college credit through dual enrollment. Are eligible for scholarships to help pay for continuing education to Crowder College. Have the opportunity to enter an apprenticeship for specific programs….

Roughrider eNews – February 20, 2018

Roughrider eNews – February 20, 2018   Weather Information You are to assume the college is open unless notification is sent out of closure. Please refer to the “Weather Cancellation Policy” on the website for details. Sign up for MySchoolWay to get instant communication. Academic Information Enrollment for spring 2018 2nd 8 week classes is still open. 2nd 8 week classes begin March 19, 2018. Revisions have been made to the Spring 2018…

Resources

Resources Internal Crowder College offers many resources for international and domestic students to take advantage of. These resources, along with your International Program Coordinator, will assist you through successful completion of your educational journey. Clubs and Organizations International Club Scholarships Honors Program Bookstore Lee Library Tuition & Residency Student Success Center Tutoring Employment Carpooling Student Life…

CAMP

CAMP is a federally funded program designed to provide an opportunity for students from an agricultural and or migrant background to successfully complete their freshman year of college. CAMP provides financial assistance for tuition, student fees, textbooks, room and board and a monthly stipend to off-set personal needs. All students will receive academic, personal & career advising, free tutoring, cultural experiences and campus health…

GED/HSE Scholarship

High School Equivalency (HSE formerly GED) Scholarship Eligibility Any student, who passed the high school equivalency (HSE) with a minimum score 75, is eligible for this scholarship. The initial scholarship award must be used within the first year following completion of the HSE test. Renewal Eligible students must maintain and successfully complete full-time status with a minimum 3.0 G.P.A. each semester. This scholarship may be renewed for…

Testing Out

Testing Out Credit by Examination: Credit may be granted in selected courses to entering freshmen and other students who pass appropriate departmental examinations. Students wanting to TEST OUT of a class and do so before the class begins will be charged a $50 assessment fee. Students who pass the test at the level designated by the department in which the test is taken will be given credit for the class. Students not passing at the designated…

Roughrider eNews – March 5, 2018

Roughrider eNews – March 5, 2018 Spring Break is March 12-16 – No Classes, but campus is OPEN March 12-15, campus closed Friday, March 16. Academic Information Enrollment for spring 2018 2nd 8 week classes is still open. 2nd 8 week classes begin March 19, 2018. Revisions have been made to the Spring 2018 Academic calendar: http://www.crowder.edu/academics/calendars/2018-01/ The Educational Opportunity Center will help you complete your FAFSA…

Crowder Receives Vehicle from Don Wessel Honda

Crowder College President, Dr. Jennifer Methvin, accepted the keys to a 2018 Honda Accord from Jon Wessel, President of Don Wessel Honda in Springfield. Wessel has donated the use of the vehicle for the next three years by paying the lease agreement for the college. Wessel previously worked with the Crowder College Foundation to secure the Honda Fit that was raffled to raise funds for scholarships at the 15th Annual Festival of Wreaths. “Jon…

About

About The Crowder College Foundation, Inc., established in 1965, is a not for profit, 501 (c)(3) tax exempt organization. The Foundation has a history of service to the institution through the creation of private funding vehicles that have enriched every facet of Crowder. Since 1985, more than $5 million has been received by the Foundation and more than $3 million has been expended to benefit the College. More than one-half million dollars have…

14th Annual Festival of Wreaths A Success

14th Annual Festival of Wreaths a Success The 14th Annual Festival of Wreaths, presented by Don Wessel Honda, took place Tuesday, November 15 at the Crowder College Elsie Plaster Community Center in Neosho and raised $125,000 for scholarships and student support. Attendance topped 400 people including first-time attendees and those who have been supporters since the inaugural event in 2003. Festival of Wreaths is Crowder College Foundation’s…

Roughrider eNews – March 19, 2018

Roughrider eNews – March 19, 2018 Academic Information 2nd 8 Week classes start this week! Revisions have been made to the Spring 2018 Academic calendar: http://www.crowder.edu/academics/calendars/2018-01/ The Educational Opportunity Center will help you complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Make an appointment: eoc@Crowder.edu; call 417.455.5475 or stop by an EOC Office at Neosho, Cassville, Webb City, and McDonald…

The Sentry & The Quill

The Sentry & The Quill Magazine Staff The Crowder Quill is an art and literary magazine and contest for the high school, college and the community. Although the Quill is a hands-on learning experience, it is not a writing course. As a staff member, your main responsibility would be to produce the magazine, an 80+ page publication. The staff judges entries of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, photography, or art to decide which entries will be…

Cassville

Cassville Instruction Center Contact Information Crowder College Cassville Instruction Center 4020 N. Main Street Cassville, MO 65625 Phone: (417) 847-1706 FAX: (417) 847-1367 For admissions questions, please email Krystal Morgan, Student Services Coordinator.For employment opportunities and other inquiries, please email Angela Seymour, Director. Quick Links Degrees Available Schedule of Classes Catalogs/Program Information Student Comments…

14th Annual Festival of Wreaths

…Make plans to attend the 14th Annual Festival of Wreaths, November 15, 2016. This is the single largest fundraiser for scholarships. Check out the items available for bidding at: http://501auctions.com/festivalofwreaths Contact the Foundation Office for more information: Crowder College Foundation, Inc. 601 Laclede Neosho, MO 64850 Phone: 417.455.5646 Email: Foundation@crowder.edu…

Advance Identity

ADVANCE CROWDER’S IDENTITY/IMAGE IN THE AREA AS THE BEST CHOICE FOR QUALITY, AFFORDABLE EDUCATION STRATEGIES Expand current “Our Success is You” Campaign Develop and Implement an Annual Marketing Plan that Aligns with the Enrollment Management Plan and the Strategic Plan Expand, Personalize, and Publicize Academic Awards, Scholarships, Student Transfer, and Student Employment DATA & TARGET Focus on Quality: Performance…

AEL

Adult Education & Literacy High School Equivalency (HSE) Testing Information Crowder College Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) offers free AEL, and ESL classes in the four counties of Barry, Lawrence, McDonald and Newton. AEL classes offer assistance with high school equivalency (HSE) test preparation, basic skills review, and college and career transitions including Compass, NCRC-Workkeys and ASVAB preparation. Information about High…

Entrepreneurial Camp for Kids Ages 14-16

Crowder to Host Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs Manufacturing Camp Crowder College will be hosting a camp this summer that is designed to help inspire the next generation of inventors, engineers, entrepreneurs and manufacturers, the camp is a technical, hands-on experience to introduce students to 21st-century manufacturing technology and basic entrepreneurial skills. The camp is for girls and boys ages 14-16 and will take place June 18-29,…

Roughrider eNews 2016 11 07

eNews – November 7, 2016 Academics Priority enrollment for Spring 2017 begins Nov. 14 for students with 28+ hours earned; Nov. 17 for students with 1-27 hours; and Open enrollment begins Nov. 28. Check out the Spring 2017 Course Listings “Coming Soon” at: https://my.crowder.edu/ICS/Academics/Public.jnz?portlet=Course_Schedules&screen=Advanced+Course+Search&screenType=next Athletics Congratulations Roughrider Soccer players earning…

Faculty & Staff

Directory   The phone area code is: (417) Lisa Adams Academic Adviser | TRIO- Project Now 455-5498 Angela Aeillo Office Clerk | Records 455-5697 Megan (Manley) Alumbaugh One Stop Adviser | Webb City 673-2345 Diane Andris Board Member | Board of Trustees 455-5534 Thomas (TJ) Angel Director | Maintenance 455-5544 Mark Aubuchon Director | Campus Life 455-5644 Latonia Bailey Instructor/ Coordinator | Communications Department- Journalism…

Roughrider eNews – Feb. 26, 2018

Roughrider eNews – February 20, 2018 Academic Information Enrollment for spring 2018 2nd 8 week classes is still open. 2nd 8 week classes begin March 19, 2018. Revisions have been made to the Spring 2018 Academic calendar: http://www.crowder.edu/academics/calendars/2018-01/ The Educational Opportunity Center will help you complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Make an appointment: eoc@Crowder.edu; call 417.455.5475 or…