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McDonald County Instruction Center
Crowder College McDonald County Instruction Center
194 College Road
Pineville, MO 64856
Phone: 417.226.6000 | FAX: 417.226.6009 | Email: McDonaldCounty@Crowder.edu
For admissions questions, please email Student Service Coordinator Shirley Davidson. For employment opportunities and other inquiries, please email Site Director Aaron Divine.
Listen to an interview with Director, Aaron Divine on our KNEO podcast: This Week in Crowder College (2.26.2022)
- Degrees Available
- Schedule of Classes
- Student Comments
- 4-year Degree Opportunities
- Student Resources
- GED/HSE and ESL
- How to Get Started
- Map and Directions
- Community Education Schedule
Degrees and Certificates Offered
The McDonald County Instruction Center offers full Associate degrees and Certificates in:
- Certificated Medical Assistant, Certificate
- General Studies, AA
- Nursing, AS
- Paramedical Science, AAS
- Paramedical Science, Certificate
As well as numerous other courses. See our catalog of courses here.
Student Comments on the McDonald County Instruction Center
“I absolutely love the small campus! The staff are all super and the office staff are all like family! Thanks for making my return to college a good experience!” – Monica
“Great place to learn, and great people to learn with. Where we are more like a family.” – Greg
Pursue a 4-year degree through MSSU at our campus in the following programs:
The Student Resource Center is much more than a quiet little nook on campus. Students may receive tutoring, inquire about scholarships, or local employment opportunities. It is also a place students may go to access the resources for various reading, writing and test taking tips.
Hours: Call 417-226-6000 for hours of operation
Resource Room in the Student Commons
A+ Benefits in Use at the Crowder College
Many area high school graduates who are A+ students are attending the Crowder College McDonald County Instruction Center full-time. Their tuition and fees, common to all students, are paid at Crowder due to their participation in the A+ Program at their high schools.
Adult Education & Family Literacy
AEL classes include COLLEGE PREP, as well as HiSET or HSE (formerly known as the GED PREP. HSE/GED exam schedule
What to do to Get Started
- Fill out and submit an Application for Admission.
- Provide an official copy of your High school transcript or GED/HSE and any previous college credits.
- Schedule a time for Assessment Testing.
- Schedule an appointment to enroll with our advisor.
- Schedule an appointment to apply for financial aid with our counselor.
- Pick up your books and other supplies in our bookstore (books and supplies can be charged to your student account).
- Attend our open house for tours.
- Start Classes!
Crowder College’s McDonald County Campus is conveniently located one mile north of the MO/AR state line and 200 yards east of the stop light at the junction of Larry Neff Dr and HWY US-71 / I-49. We serve all of McDonald County Missouri and Benton and Washington Counties in Arkansas.
Crowder College McDonald County boasts seven acres of idyllic Ozark country on which Tatum Hall is located. While focusing on degrees and certificates within the “in-demand” healthcare sector, the facility also provides the opportunity to complete the General Education requirement for the majority of the degrees offered at Crowder College.