For complete COVID-19 information visit our webpage: www.crowder.edu/covid-19
- Neosho campus: Admissions – 417.455.5709 | Financial Aid – 417.455.5419 | Cashiers Office – 417.455.5464 or 417.455.5598 | Student Success Center – 417.455.5602 | Testing – 417.455.5433 | Office of Accessibility – 417.455.5733 | Dorms/Student Housing – 417.455.5644 | Bookstore – 417.455.5588
Accounts Payable – 417.455.5761 | Records – 417.455.5424
All other Instructional locations:
- Cassville – 417.847.1706 | Cassville@Crowder.edu
- Joplin ATTC – 417.680.3202 | JoplinATTC@Crowder.edu
- McDonald County – 417.226.6000 | McD@Crowder.edu
- Nevada – 417.667.0518 | Nevada@Crowder.edu
- Webb City – 417.673.2345 | WebbCity@Crowder.edu
May 8, 2020 – Recognition of graduates and retirees by Dr. Glenn Coltharp, President, Crowder College
May 6, 2020 – Update from Dr. Glenn Coltharp, President, Crowder College
May 4, 2020 – Email to Media Contacts
Office of Public Information
For Immediate Release
RE: Crowder Campus Reopening
Neosho, MO – Crowder College will move in the direction of re-opening all locations with the health and safety of our students, staff and faculty being highest priority. Dr. Glenn Coltharp, Crowder College President stated, “the goal of this move is to place Crowder College in the position to return to face to face and online instruction options for students for the fall semester. Our staff and faculty have done an amazing job not only continuing all operations for closing out the school year but also prepare for the upcoming school year”.
In reopening the College, Crowder will bring back departments in structured, controlled amounts on Monday, May 11 at 8:00 a.m. All departments will be observing social distancing at all times. All workspaces will be modified as needed to maximize social distancing.
At any time, please refer to the Crowder College Webpage www.crowder.edu for information and updates associated with COVID-19.
April 30, 2020 – Email to All-Students & All-Employees
Weekly COVID-19 update from President, Dr. Glenn Coltharp and guests
April 29, 2020 – Emailed to All-Students -ATTN: Crowder Spring 2020 Graduates
Letter was mailed to each graduate week of April 27, 2020
Dear Crowder Graduate,
Congratulations on your Spring 2020 graduation from Crowder College! We commend you on this educational accomplishment and we want to celebrate with you.
As you know, due to federal and state social distancing guidelines, the Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies have been cancelled. Just like you and your family, we are saddened by this and we want to do all we can to support you and find creative ways to celebrate your accomplishment. Here is some good news regarding commencement!
- Graduation Exit Exams have been waived for all May 2020 graduates.
- Crowder is printing a May 2020 commencement program even though there will not be a ceremony. If your name is included in the program, you will be able to request up to two copies of the program which will be available at any Crowder College bookstore.
- Once campus has reopened, you may pick up a free diploma cover, which would have been given to you during the May 2020 ceremony, at any Crowder College bookstore. You will also have the opportunity to purchase any Latin honor cords, stoles, and/or graduation tassel at any Crowder College bookstore. Keep in mind that you must have an eligible GPA to purchase an honor cord. The bookstore will also make these available for purchase online.
- Once your degree has been conferred, your diploma will be mailed to you at the address you provided on your graduation application. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
- A Veteran’s honor cord is available through the Veteran’s Services office in Financial Aid. You may contact Jorge Davila at JorgeDavila@crowder.edu for more information.
- We would like to invite you to participate in the December 2020 commencement. If this is something you desire to do, please email May2020graduate@crowder.edu
Please call 417-455-5664 or email Records@crowder.edu if you have any questions about graduation.
Again, we are honored that you will soon be a Crowder College graduate!
Vice President of Student Affairs
April 24, 2020 – Sent to media: CARES Act funds for students
Office of Public Information
For Immediate Release
Re: CARES Act funds for students
Neosho, MO – Crowder College is pleased to announce that as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the college will receive federal funds to distribute directly to students experiencing financial challenges because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
“Students across the nation have experienced a very challenging time during COVID-19. Not only has the delivery of instruction for them changed over the last month and classes have moved from face-to-face to online, but they have experienced challenges in their personal lives. Many students have families to help during this pandemic and may be teaching their own children at home while they are also participating in classes as students. It is nice that the federal government has also identified this concern as a priority and is providing financial assistance to the students,” stated Dr. Glenn Coltharp, Crowder College President.
Once the funds are made available to the College they will be distributed directly to students to provide help covering expenses related to a student’s cost of attendance, food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child care. To qualify, students must be eligible to apply for federal Title IV financial aid and must meet enrollment requirements for the Spring 2020 semester
Crowder College is continuing classes using online methods for the spring semester. Summer courses have been scheduled online without the expensive of distance learning fees accessed due to the current situation.
April 23, 2020 – Email to All-Students & All-Employees
The Federal Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides a variety of financial supports to individuals and businesses. Crowder College is pleased to announce that as part of the Act, Crowder College will receive federal funds to distribute directly to students experiencing financial challenges because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The funds have not yet been made available to Crowder College; however, Crowder College is developing a plan to get these funds into the hands of students in need as quickly as possible.
To qualify, students must be eligible to apply for federal Title IV financial aid and must meet enrollment requirements for the Spring 2020 semester.
These funds will be distributed directly to students and are provided to help cover expenses related to a student’s cost of attendance, food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child care.
Additional information will be shared with students once the funds are distributed.
For complete details on the College’s plan dealing with COVID-19 please visit our web page: www.crowder.edu/COVID-19
Last Updated on March 17, 2020 by Steven Brunson