Tuition and Fees
25-day course tuition $3125.00
Online course tuition starting at $975.00
Tuition for admission to the program may be funded by one of two methods:
1) Students may arrange funding on their own and pay the tuition in cash, money order, or Visa/Master Card no later than the start of the first day of class.
2) Students may obtain a loan, or apply for grant money (if available) at time of application, by contacting us directly.
Student Housing Available
Student housing is available and provided upon request to all students of Crowder College Professional Driver Training, at a very low cost of $595.00 for the entire 5 weeks of training. This includes meals.
A $75.00 deposit will also be required prior to occupancy, and refunded at the end of training (by mail) so long as all exit requirements have been met.
Dorm Fee of $20.00 per day, online enrollment only. Meals included.
Student Conduct at Crowder College
As a student you are both a citizen and a member of the academic community. As a citizen, you possess basic freedoms, privileges and rights guaranteed to all persons by law. In addition, you are subject to the same rules and limitations that are imposed by law on all persons.
Upon enrolling at Crowder College, each student assumes the responsibility for conducting themselves in a manner compatible with the educational purposes of the college. If these responsibilities are ignored or neglected, the college must carry out appropriate disciplinary action. Misconduct, which may subject the student to disciplinary action, may include the following:
1. All forms of academic misconduct, including but not limited to, cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, or facilitating academic dishonesty are violations of college rules. Any student guilty of academic misconduct will automatically receive a grade of zero on that assignment or exam. All cases will be reported to the Instructional Office to track repeat offenses, which would warrant further disciplinary action – up to expulsion from the college.
2. Forgery, alteration or misuse of college documents, records or identification
4. Physical abuse, hazing or conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person on college owned or controlled property or at college sponsored activities
6. Unauthorized entry or use of college facilities
7. The violation of any college policies, procedures or regulations
8. Use of or being under the influence of, possession of, or distribution of alcohol or illegal drugs on campus or at college sponsored activities
9. Disorderly conduct, breach of the peace, infringement upon the rights or defamation of another, either on campus or at a college sponsored activity
10. Failure to comply with the direction of a college official acting in the performance of his/her duties
12. Any of the foregoing, if proven to be knowingly, may make each participant responsible for the action of the entire group
Any student found to have violated his/her responsibility as described above shall be subject to one or more of the following actions; censure, disciplinary probation, restitution, compensatory service, suspension and/or dismissal.