Monday, November 21, 2016

Crowder College weekly update

(From Crowder College)

Priority enrollment is currently open for Spring classes. Open enrollment begins Nov. 28. Check out the Spring 2017 Course Listings at:

FINALS WEEK, December 12-15. Go to:

Fall 2016 Commencement ceremony will be held Saturday, December 17, 10am, in the Bob Sneller Gymnasium on the Neosho campus. Congratulations graduates!

Basketball is now 2-6 on the season. They play on the road Nov. 22 and return home Dec 1 at 6pm vs. North Arkansas. For a complete schedule go to:

Campus Events
Transfer Workshops – Learn about Articulation (transfer) agreements, picking the major that aligns with your career path, What to consider when transferring, the value of earning a bachelor degree, Factors to consider before transferring, Transfer process, and What classes you will need. Attend one of these four workshops on the Neosho campus:
o   Wednesday, November 30 from 1-2 PM (McDonald Hall 254)
o   Thursday, December 1 from 8:30-9:30 AM (McDonald Hall 254)
o   Wednesday, December 7 from 8-9 AM (McDonald Hall 254)
o   Thursday, December 8 from 2-3 PM (McDonald Hall 255)
For more information contact Career & Transfer Services: or 417.455.5618

Community Events

International Student Market – last two of the semester will be held Nov. 21 & Dec. 5, 10:30am-2pm, in the Student Center. Students will be selling food and crafts from their countries. All proceeds benefit the International student scholarship fund. For more information contact: or call 417.455.5550

Book Talk Tuesday, Nov. 29, 6:30-7:30pm in Longwell Museum located inside the Elsie Plaster –The Good Lieutenant by Whitney Terrell. This event is free and open to the public. “War LIT 101: How Today’s War Novels Are Shaping the Way We Think About Combat”, 12:30pm in the Longwell Museum, Terrell recently was awarded the 2017 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in fiction and nonfiction. For more information contact: or visit his website:

Crowder Student Art Exhibit, Nov. 28-Dec. 12 in Longwell Museum.

Theatre production A Doll’s House, Dec. 8-10. 7:30pm nightly + 2pm matinee on Saturday. Tickets available at the door: $8-General Admissions; $5-Senior Citizens; $4-Crowder students & staff. For more information: or call 417.455.5458.

Crowder College Community Choir Gala, Sunday, December 11, 6pm, at the Neosho Civic Center. Free admission and dessert will be served. To reserve a table please contact Becky or phone: 417.455.5634.

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