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Crowder College

United States
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About Crowder College

Crowder College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association. Crowder College is also affiliated with the Missouri Department of Higher Education and seeks approvals through the Coordinating Board of Higher Education.

Campus information

The Crowder College campus covers 608 acres south of Neosho on Highway 59 and Route D.

Neosho is the most populous city in Newton County, Missouri, United States, which it serves as the county seat.  . Neosho lies on the western edge of the Ozarks.

Accommodation

Crowder College offers two exciting on-campus residence options for our students: The Brown Complex and the Roughrider Village Apartments. Our residence halls offer the flexibility and affordability students want; including the option of staying over the summer break, a variety of meal plans and room choices. The Residence Halls have wireless internet access to the internet provided by Crowder College and all students residing on-campus receive a membership at the Freeman Family YMCA located on the Crowder College campus.

The Brown Complex houses between 180-250 students in 15 individual houses containing 6 suites in each. Each of the houses have a community area with a sink, microwave, table and four chairs and 2 couches. Crowder also provides a color television with satellite TV in the commons area. Each carpeted suite has two bunkable beds, two closets with individual locks, four drawers for storage, and two desks with a chair. It is possible to hook up both phone and cable service in the individual suites if students wish to pay for these services. The Residence Halls have wireless internet access provided by Crowder College. 

Roughrider Village Apartments have 32 two-bedroom apartments and 32 one-bedroom apartments. Students have the options of securing an apartment from August until May and will have the option of extending their contract and staying over the summer with a full-time fall schedule in place. Students have the option of renting their own apartment or their own bedroom. Students living in the Roughrider Village Apartments are not required to purchase a meal plan, but may do so for an additional charge.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 3 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Engineering 1 Health and Medicine 2

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