Crowder College and Central Methodist University renew articulation agreement

Neosho, MO – Leadership from Crowder College and Central Methodist University signed an articulation agreement renewing the program transfer opportunity partnership between both entities.

CMU accepts all Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts Teaching, Associate of Applied Science, and Associate of Science degrees seamlessly upon graduation from Crowder College.

“Crowder College strives to expand partnerships and opportunities for all of our students to continue their academic journey beyond graduation,” said Dr. Keith Zoromski, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at Crowder College. “This articulation agreement renewal serves as evidence that Crowder College values coordinating with each of its university partners to mutually support its students.”

Articulation agreements are key to students transferring to four-year universities upon graduation. Crowder College has many partnerships with institutions to aid our students in this transfer.

“We’re grateful to have such a strong relationship with our friends at Crowder College,” said Dr. Rita Gulstad, CMU provost. “We’re both committed to providing a seamless and supportive transfer experience.”

Crowder College is a comprehensive two-year community college located in southwest Missouri. The college has its main location in Neosho, with Instructional Centers in Cassville, McDonald County, Nevada, Webb City, and the Joplin Advanced Training and Technology Center. The college provides Associate of Arts, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Science, Associate of Arts Teaching, and Certificate programs that provide pathways for students to transfer to 4-year institutions or enter the workforce.

Founded in 1854, Central Methodist University is a four-year, private, liberal arts university. CMU’s main campus, home to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), is located in Fayette, Missouri, enrolling 1,100 students. More than 4,000 students attend CMU’s College of Graduate and Extended Studies (CGES), which offers classes online and at sites across Missouri and the region. CMU is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and welcomes students of all faiths.