If this is an emergency that requires immediate attention, please contact 911 or Crowder Safety and Security at (417) 455-5744 or (417) 456-0206.

Due to our network outage, the online submission forms for Crowder Cares are not functioning. In order to continue to provide quality student service, we have created two new email addresses which you can use to submit your concerns regarding Students.

Please send and email to to for any of your academic related concerns: excessive absence, failing grades, homework incomplete, etc.

If you send an email to the academic alert email, please include the Student Name, Student ID#, the Course Code (ex: COLL 101 01 NEO) , the reasons for which you are submitting the alert and your contact information as the submitter. Our team of advisors will then reach out to the students based on any information you have provided.

Please send and email to to for your concerns that are non-academic but need to be addressed. These could include emotional distress, disruptive behaviors, safety concerns, etc. You may consult your Red Folder for additional information.

If you send an email to StudentsinDistress, please include your contact information, the name of the student you are concerned about, student ID (if known), any student contact information you may have, and the specific reasons for submitting the concern. The concerns will be reviewed and addressed by our trained Behavior Intervention Team (Crowder Cares Team).

These reports are reviewed during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, and should not be used to report emergencies.

Crowder College cares about its students, their success, and the safety and development of our college community. Using the links below staff, students, and faculty can report student issues. This will help Crowder provide students what they need to be successful.

Academic Alert – An Academic Alert should be used by faculty and staff to report students struggling with academic issues such as:

Attendance Concerns
Academic Performance Concerns

Low Test Scores
Skills Deficiencies
Missing Assignments, etc.

If you wish to make an Academic Alert report, click here.

Student in Distress – This form is intended to encourage faculty, staff, and students to voluntarily alert staff to a student who may be in distress and may need additional non-academic help.If you wish to make a Student in Distress report, click here.

If you have any questions about which form to use, please contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs at (417) 455-5636.

Crowder Cares Resource List – This is a list of some local community resources with contact information for someone who may be in distress. Nearly all services are free and open to both males and females. To open, click here.


Thank you for helping maintain a healthy and safe student body and campus community.

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