You, your parent(s), or guardian(s) have worked as a migrant or seasonal farm worker for at least 75 days out of the last 24 months.
You were or have been eligible for the Title 1C Migrant Education Program The goal of Title 1C is to support high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migrant children. The program attempts to ensure that migrant children who move between states are not put at a disadvantage because of disparities in curriculum, graduation requirements, and content and student academic achievement standards.
You have qualified for the Workforce Investment Act 167 Program (WIA 167), formerly the JTPA 402 Program The Workforce Investment Act is designed to provide quality employment and training services to assist eligible individuals in finding and qualifying for meaningful employment.
Have a high school diploma or GED Complete the Crowder College Application and meet the minimum requirements for admission to Crowder College.
Yes, students that are accepted into the Crowder College CAMP program must have a resident card and a social security number.
Call 417-455-5654 to schedule an appointment.
Yes, Crowder College offers dormitory living. The dorms are suites, divided into four bedrooms with three students per bedroom. The living room and bathrooms are community rooms shared by all the students in the suite.
Yes, Crowder College classes do transfer to four-year institutions. We have several agreements in place with 4 year institutions to make your transfer easy.
The CAMP program will pay for your tuition, fees, and books for your first year at Crowder College. The Crowder College Foundation also awards scholarships every year.
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