UConnect

A cohort learning community with peer support.

WHAT IS A COHORT?

A group of students enrolled in the same courses, fostering an environment of collaboration and camaraderie.

WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN?

  • Avoid unnecessary courses and delays from canceled or unavailable classes
  • Enroll in to a pre-determined four semester schedule to graduate
  • Be guided by an assigned advisor throughout four semesters
  • Experience compressed 8 week courses as opposed to 16 week courses
  • Receive Supplemental Instruction
  • Enjoy a cohort learning community with peer support
  • Earn college credit aligned with the Missouri Core Transfer Curriculum
  • Scholarship for educational expenses (example: textbooks)

8-WEEK CLASSES

Offering “Core 42” approved courses in an 8-week format, you have the opportunity to finish classes more quickly while benefiting from taking fewer courses simultaneously.

WHERE IS IT OFFERED?

Fall 2020 offers the following programs:

Fall 2021

  • General Studies AA (Nevada)
  • Computer and Network Support AAS (Neosho and Joplin)
  • Construction Technology AAS (Neosho)

SCHOLARSHIPS

UConnect offers a stackable, non-competitive scholarship for all participants. The scholarship is awarded by the Crowder College Foundation, increases each semester, and totals $1,475 over four semesters.

HOW TO JOIN

Find eligibility guidelines and more information by contacting:
McKenzie Conner | P: 417.455.5766 | E: McKenzieConner@Crowder.edu
Nathan Fent | P:417.455.5716 | E: NathanFent@Crowder.edu

Title III Grant Overview: Crowder College is the recipient of a Title III grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education. The grant award is almost $2.5M over a 5-year period. This funding will be used to promote student success by providing more specific direction for students in their pursuit to a certification or degree. No Title III funds were used in the publication of this document.

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