Spring 2017 Commencement Ceremonies will be held in the Bob Sneller Gymnasium on the Neosho campus, Saturday, May 20, 10am-General Studies degrees; 1pm – all other degrees and majors. Hailey Gilbreath, spring 2017 graduate, will be delivering the commencement speech.
The Roughrider Softball team is 49-7 on the season and ranked #18 in the NJCAA Division I poll (4-25-2017). They earned the #1 seed in the Region 16 tournament with has been rescheduled to start Tuesday, May 2. For a complete schedule go to: http://crowderathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/schedule
The Roughrider Baseball team is now 44-10 on the season and ranked #5 in the NJCAA Division I poll (4-25-2017). They will play at home Friday, May 5, hosting a 1st round game in the Region 16 tournament. For a complete schedule go to: http://crowderathletics.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/schedule
Job Fair, May 2, 10am-1pm, in Wright Conference Center on the Neosho campus. Nearly 30 area employers will be on hand with job openings and information. For more information contact Abby Tribble: AbbyTribble@Crowder.ed or 417.455.5618.
Rescheduled to Monday, May 1 – Crowder College Theatre Production of Ring of Fire, 7pm, but come out early for the Picnic & a Play in Wright Conference Center at 5:30-activities & picnic meal, followed by 7pm performance. Tickets for Picnic & a Play: $15 adults; $6 children (ages 3-12). You may also come to the theatre production only. Tickets available at the door: $8-General Admission; $5 Crowder Students/Staff; $4 Senior Citizens.
International Festival, May 4, 11am-1pm, Wright Conference Center. Presentations kick off the event followed by gourmet experiences from around the world. Tickets are $4 in advance or $5 at the door. For more information contact Sarah Horine, 417.455.5550 or email: SarahHorine@Crowder.edu
Masters of the Vault, Crowder Permanent Art Collection Exhibit in the Longwell Museum, April 10-May 26, 9:00am-6:30pm Monday-Friday. The exhibition is featuring artists such as Daisy Cook, TH Benton and more. These are all pieces in the Crowder Longwell Museum permanent collection.
The Friends of the Library will be having its first annual Local Author Symposium on May 5, from 10 am-2:30 pm in Wright Conference Center. We currently have 13 local authors attending, who will be available for one-on-one conversations, and many will be doing readings from their work. Authors include: Cynthia Middaugh, Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy, Kent Farnsworth, Veda Boyd Jones, Paul Herd, Rebecca Haines, Doug Dickey, Dan Trogdon, Rebekah Morris, Nancy Hughes, Michele Hansford, Cathy Wolven, and Steve Cottrell. For more information contact the Lee Library at 417.455.5610.