Welcome to Crowder College! Over 5,580 students attended Crowder College in the fall of 2015. Crowder enrollment has increased by 169% since the year 2001, making us the fastest growing state-assisted college in Missouri. With all of this growth, Crowder has maintained an average class size of 17 students. An excellent faculty/student ratio helps make instructors more accessible, and Crowder has a tradition of providing students with the type of friendly atmosphere we describe as the “Crowder Family.”

With sites in Cassville, McDonald County, Nevada, and Webb City, Crowder College is closer than you think!

You can find lots of useful links in the Future Students pull-down above or email us.


Crowder College is accredited by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Coordinating Board of Higher Education. The College is also fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association, and utilizes the Academic Quality Improvement Project as its accreditation approach. Program accreditation is from the Missouri State Board of Nursing, Teacher Education Certification, through the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the National Institute for Automotive Excellence (ASE). Graduates of the Associate of Arts Programs are admitted without examination to junior standing in all public universities and colleges in Missouri and many outside the state of Missouri. Crowder is an active member of the Missouri Community College Association and the American Association of Community Colleges.


Student Services provides professionally trained personnel to help students with academic, social and/or personal problems. The Student Services Office is not staffed to provide counseling or therapy on a regular basis, but will refer students to outside agencies if needed.

Faculty and Academic Advisors

Each student is assigned an academic/faculty advisor who is knowledgeable in his/her field of interest. These advisors assist in developing realistic educational and career goals and selecting coursework that best fits student abilities and needs. Students without clear career goals will receive enrollment forms from assigned general education advisors. The student is expected to contact his/her advisor prior to each registration period for assistance in planning appropriate course work.