There’s a good reason why Crowder College is Missouri’s fastest-growing public college. The school’s academics serve a diverse range of educational needs, from vocational training to transfer degrees. As Crowder’s main campus, the Neosho location offers the school’s full array of professional and academic courses.
Through the Crowder College Career Institute, you can study technological subjects like Automotive Technology, Advanced Manufacturing and Business Administration. These courses can help launch your career in a variety of trades.
Crowder College also offers more than 25 associate’s degree programs. These are primarily designed for transfer to a four-year college, but some can also lead to careers in nursing, accounting, agri-business or alternative energy.
A community college, Crowder has an open admissions policy. The application deadline for fall term is July 1, while spring admissions have a deadline of December 1. Procedures will vary depending on the type of applicant.
To apply for financial aid, the first step is to file a FAFSA. This will determine your eligibility for federal grants and loans, as well as the many scholarships funded by the college. Tuition scholarships are also available, based on academic, athletic or artistic excellence.
Quick Facts about Crowder College, Neosho
Small Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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- African American
- American Indian or Alaska native
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