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Roughrider eNews – February 19, 2019


eNews – Monday, February 19, 2019

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Academics

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Campus Life

  • Black History Month Film Series every Tuesday in Feb. at 6pm in the Fireside Room inside the Student Center.

Career & Transfer Services

  • Campus Visits available for students who will be transferring. Transportation will be provided, but spaces are limited. To sign up, contact Jamie Stanley, 417.455.5616 or email: JamieStanley@Crowder.edu
    • Missouri State University – Friday, February 22
    • University of Arkansas – Friday, March 1
    • Missouri University of Science & Technology – Friday, March 22
    • Pittsburg State University – Friday, March 29
  • Graduation & Transfer Fairs for students who will graduating and want to explore transfer opportunities
    • McDonald County campus – Tuesday, March 5 from 10AM – 1PM
    • Nevada campus – Tuesday, March 19 from 2-4PM
    • Neosho/Main campus – Wednesday, March 20 from 10AM – 1PM

Community Events

  • Neosho High School Art Exhibit in the Longwell Museum, Feb. 16-Mar. 14, with a reception March 7, 5-7pm. Museum hours are 9am-6:30pm, M-F, with the museum closed for holidays and weekends. For more information: 417.455.5470.
  • Community Education classes will have new opportunities in the spring. Watch for updates after the first of the year! https://www.crowder.edu/community-education/neosho/
  • Engineering Day, Feb. 20, for area high school students. Registration is available online: https://www.crowder.edu/engineering-day/
  • International Food Festival, Wednesday, Feb. 27 starting at 11am until food is gone. Tickets are available $4 prior to the event. Contact is Sarah Horine, International Student Coordinator, 417.455.5550 or SarahHorine@Crowder.edu
  • The Veterinary Technology program will host a high school Vet Tech competition on Friday, March 1. 20 high school teams will be competing from across the state. This is a new competition in Missouri and is part of the contests on Aggie Day.
  • Technology Student Association District competition will be held Friday, March 1, on the Neosho campus.
  • Crowder Board of Trustees meeting Monday, Feb. 25, 10AM in the Fireside Room.