It is the mission of Crowder College to provide students access to a quality education. The branch campus in Webb City is a convenient location for students who live or work near Webb City. Students can complete their entire associate degree in a variety of programs. Flexible class scheduling provides busy students the opportunity to take classes during the day, twilight, or evenings. Some classes are offered in a “flex” format. These classes are a combination of traditional and internet-based coursework. Flex courses offer the convenience of an online class with face-to-face contact with your instructor.
Students who graduate from an A+ accredited high school may use their A+ benefits at Crowder in Webb City.
Student involvement is an important part of the college experience. Webb City offers monthly activities to enhance college life and provides opportunities for students to meet and socialize. Students can also take advantage of the many cultural exchange or semester abroad programs Crowder College has available.
Students can complete the following programs in Webb City: Business Administration, CNA, General Studies (undecided), Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, and Teacher Education. Students enrolled in other programs of study will be able to complete their general education classes in Webb City.
Cost does not have to be a barrier to achieving your educational goals. Crowder offers a variety of scholarships and financial aid assistance. Students may complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Scholarship information and applications are available on the Crowder website. Complete information and advisement is available at the Webb City Campus.
The Crowder College SSS program serves 140 students on Crowder’s Webb City campus and is committed to providing a supportive environment where participants can have their academic, career, and personal needs met.
For more information about TRIO SSS Webb City, click here.
The Educational Opportunity Center hosted by Crowder College can provide assistance with admission and financial aid applications, including the FAFSA, as well as guidance in selecting a program that’s right for you. Appointments can be made by calling Donna Clemens at 417-456-1362 or 866-822-1362.