This page will become a repository for frequently asked questions pertaining to the COVID-19 at Crowder College.
What if I need to speak to someone?
We will be working remotely checking email & voicemail. Here is a list of important numbers you may need to call at the Neosho campus.
Responses will be made Monday-Friday during regular business hours.
Each Instructional Center may also be contacted by calling:
What about the graduation exit exam?
Due to the semester circumstances, requirement of the exit exam for those graduating May 2020 has been waived.
I’m experiencing anxiety/fear/depression as a result of the recent events–where can I go for help?
Crowder College has several resources for students, faculty, and staff experiencing difficulties in regards to issues surrounding COVID-19.
If you are a student, please reach out to our Counseling Center through Crowder Cares.
Additional resources in our communities may also be found here.
Missouri Partners in Prevention provides the following programs:
Ask, Listen, Refer (ALR) is an online suicide prevention training program for colleges and universities that teaches users to recognize the warning signs of suicide,
understand the risks and protective factors and respond to and get help for someone in need.
Missouri Alliance of Collegiate Recovery Organizations (MACRO), provides virtual resources systems and support for students that respects physical distance, not isolation, and allows online spaces for studentsin recovery to gather.
What if I withdrawal from classes?
Crowder College will be following our current withdrawal and refund policies.
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