600 W. Edwards Place Nevada, MO 64772 Phone: 417-667-0518 | Fax: 417-667-0536 | Email: Nevada@Crowder.edu
Getting Your Degree Close To Home Is Easier Than You Think! Crowder College offers Associate of Arts Degrees in Nevada. The Nevada Moss Higher Education Learning Center is the place for you to take classes closer to home or work. Flexible class schedules include early morning, afternoon, and evening classes for your convenience.
The Nevada Instruction Center of Crowder College has many area high school graduates attending full time and using their A+ funding to cover tuition and fees common to all students. Approximately 35 A+ students (who graduated from Nevada High School and Lamar High School) are attending Crowder College as full-time students at the Nevada Instruction Center.
Fully networked computer labs are available for student usage. The Nevada Instruction Center features traditional classroom instructed courses as well as Flex courses (these feature a combination of classroom hours and a Blackboard internet component.) Courses are offered during the day, evenings, and nights.
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Crowder College Nevada Moss Higher Learning Center students comments on the Nevada Instruction Center:
I really enjoy the classes in Nevada, and I like the office and staff that work here.
I like being able to connect to the Crowder Main Campus so fast from the computer lab.
I was able to complete my degree in Nevada.
I like taking classes and being able to still live at home.
Crowder College Nevada Moss Higher Education Learning Center offers:
Small class sizes
Flexible class schedules
Easily transferable classes
Low tuition costs
Friendly and helpful staff
Classes closer to home or work
Several full degree programs offered on-site at Nevada include:
Education (Elementary & Secondary)
The Nevada Campus has a complete Associate’s degree in Registered Nursing. Students may complete all their core subjects, plus apply and complete their nursing degree at the Nevada Campus. Classes are typically two days a week and clinicals are one day a week. Applications for the Nevada Nursing program are available by October 15th each year and must be completed and submitted by February 15 in order to be considered for the August-starting nursing program.