How Do I Apply?
Becoming a Crowder student is simple.
You just need to follow these easy steps:
- Complete an Application for Admission
Applications may be completed on the Apply Online portlet to the right. Residence Hall applicants may also apply online.
- Placement Exam or ACT
Crowder offers a computerized placement exam that will help your academic advisor place you in the correct English, Reading, and Math classes. Call (417) 455-5602 or any off-campus site to schedule a testing time. For more information concerning the placement test, please visit our website.
ACT Test Results: You must have a 18 or better on the English portion of the ACT, an 18 or better on the Reading portion and a 22 or better on the Math portion to be placed in college-level English, Reading and Math courses. If you do not have these scores, you must take the placement test. Placement exams must be on file before enrollment.
- Provide Your Academic History
Have your high school transcript, HiSet or GED scores, plus any previous college transcripts, sent to our Records Office prior to enrollment:
Neosho, MO 64850
Fax: (417) 455-0505
- Make Payment Arrangements
Cash, payment plan, scholarship, financial aid - Apply for financial aid online at www.fafsa.gov, Crowder College School Code: 002459. All A+ Program and CAMP students must complete the FAFSA. Payment arrangements must be made by the first Friday of classes.
- Review the Schedule of Classes
This will give you a chance to become familiar with the types of classes Crowder has to offer and the different times they are held. Check out the Course Schedules under the Academics tab.
- Enroll During Open Enrollment
Check the website or Announcements for current dates.
Off-campus Full-service Centers:
If you are planning to attend courses in Cassville, Nevada or Webb City, please call the center closest to you to make an appointment to enroll.
Transfer and/or Part-time Students:
If you are a transfer student, wanting to attend part-time or just want to take a class for the enjoyment, please make an appointment to see an advisor.