The Brown Complex located on the main campus in Neosho, houses between 180-250 students in 14 individual houses containing 6 suites in each. Each of the houses have a community area with a sink, microwave, table and four chairs and 2 couches. Crowder also provides a color television with satellite TV in the commons area. Each carpeted suite has two or three bunkable beds, two closets with individual locks, four drawers for storage, and two desks with a chair. It is possible to hook up both phone and cable service in the individual suites if students wish to pay for these services. The Dorms have wireless internet access to the internet provided by Crowder College. Another service provided for students residing on campus is a free semester membership at the Freeman Family YMCA located on the Crowder College campus.
Living on Campus is Affordable
The cost per semester beginning Fall 2013 is as follows:
|19 Meal Plan – Double Occupancy||$2334.00|
|19 Meal Plan – Triple Occupancy||$2134.00|
|14 Meal Plan – Double Occupancy||$2284.00|
|14 Meal Plan – Triple Occupancy||$2084.00|
As demand for housing continues to grow, students will be placed in triple occupancy rooms. If triple occupancy is required, a reduced rate for board will be given. For more information contact our Campus Life/Housing Office at (417)455-5644 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions About On Campus Living
What should I bring??
You need to bring your own:
You may bring per suite:
You might want to bring:
Remember! No pets of any sort are allowed in the dorms!
How will I get my mail?
You will need to go to the Bookstore and you will be assigned a mail box when you arrive on campus. This mail box will be located in the Crowder Bookstore in the Arnold Farber Academic Building. Your mailing address will be:
601 Laclede – Dorm Student
Neosho, MO 64850
The Resident Assistants (RA’s) live in the complex and are easily accessible to the students 24 hours a day.
RA’s are here to assist students living in the Residence Complex and assist with all of the following:
RA’s serve as a resource as they assist in the organization and planning of programs and activities, help students with personal matters, work to insure safety and security of the Residence Complex. They serve as role models and help foster an atmosphere of community among the residents by providing them with an opportunity to become involved in campus life.