Phone: (417) 847-1706
FAX: (417) 847-1367
For admissions questions, please email Robin Kier, Student Services Coordinator.
For employment opportunities and other inquiries, please email Angela Seymour, Director.
Getting Your Degree Close to Home is Easier Than Ever Before! The Cassville Instruction Center is the place for you to take classes closer to home or work. Flexible class schedules include early morning, day, afternoon, evening and weekend classes for your convenience.
The Cassville Instruction Center offers full Associate degrees in
As well numerous other courses. See our schedule of courses here.
Many area high school graduates who are A+ students are attending the Crowder College Cassville Instruction Center full-time. Their tuition and fees, common to all students, are paid at Crowder due to their participation in the A+ Program at their high schools.
For more information about TRIO SSS Cassville, click here to visit our website.
AEL, GED, and ESL classes as well as the GED test are available at the Cassville Instruction Center. Class days and times. GED exam schedule
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The Cassville Instruction Center is located on North Business Highway 37 (Cassville North Main street). The campus consists of 3 large metal blue buildings.
Coming South on Hwy 37, take the first Cassville Business 37 exit, follow business 37 for 1 (one) mile. The campus is on the right. Admissions is the 3rd building from the business 37 entrance.
Coming from the South on Hwy 37, turn right onto Cassville Business 37, follow business 37 (main street) all the way through Cassville. The campus will be on your left.
Coming from the south on Hwy 76/86/112, turn right onto business 37 in Cassville. Follow business 37 (main street) all the way through Cassville, the campus will be on your left.
Crowder College’s presence in Cassville began many years ago with courses offered at the high school in the evenings. In 1999, the Crowder College Watley Center opened and Crowder College offered the first semester of courses in the summer of that year. That first year, Crowder hosted a handful of courses, served a small number of part-time students, and utilized four classrooms and one computer lab.
Today, after 32,793 credit hours have been taught and 2,245 students have walked through the doors at the facility on 13th Street we enter into a bigger, newer facility. Student enrollment continues to climb as it has increased to just under 400 students for the fall 2009 semester, many of who are full time students. We now offer close to 70 classes each semester.
The new location at 4020 N. Main Street offers three buildings for students, faculty and staff. The first academic building hosts a one-stop enrollment area for students, three computer labs, two classrooms, GED classroom, bookstore, student lounge and offices. The one-stop enrollment area allows students to apply to the college, file for financial aid with the help of a financial aid counselor, receive enrollment advice with our full time admissions staff, apply for tutoring, pay their account, receive technology help for their courses, and is a valuable resource for students for any college question they may have. The bookstore offers all the textbooks and materials required for Cassville courses as well as a large selection of classroom supplies, backpacks, study guides, calculators, etc. Along with classroom supplies, the bookstore also offers an assortment of Crowder items such as clothing, mugs, blankets and many more items. The resource room provides open computers for student use, quiet study tables and several shelves of resource materials and college transfer information for student use. The student lounge provides an area for student to relax, visit with friends, get a snack, and work on homework on the networked computers available. The first building also provides offices and a staff work room for our 38 faculty members. The instructors now have a place to conference students, work on their courses and store instructional materials.
The second academic building contains nine classrooms (six traditional classrooms as well as labs for Art, Nursing, and Science), another student lounge area, and faculty work room. Both academic buildings provide free WiFi for students and staff.
The community center is located at the north end of the campus and provides 14,000 square feet of space for community use. The community building offers a large warming kitchen, stage, and ample seating for large groups.
Nestled between the buildings is our outdoor student park area which will provide fresh air, shade and seating for students between classes. The WiFi will extend to the outdoor student park as well.
Crowder College students attending the Cassville Instruction Center can now obtain their entire Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration, Child Development, General Studies, Psychology, or Teaching (Elementary or Secondary Education). We also provide many other courses in office administration and computer applications. In January 2010, students will attend their first semester of nursing (RN) courses in pursuit of an Associate Degree of Nursing (ADN).*
After ten years of outstanding community support, the success continues. We appreciate the support from the community and look forward to many more years of continued growth in Cassville.
*pending final site visit approval in December
Cassville Instruction Center
4020 N. Main Street
Cassville, MO 65625
Phone: (417) 847-1706
Fax (417) 847-1367
Email: For admissions questions, please email Robin Kier, Student Services Coordinator at email@example.com
For employment opportunities and other inquiries, please email Angela Seymour, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org