Crowder College Board Approves No Tuition and Fees Increase for Upcoming Year

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(Neosho, MO)Crowder College’s Board of Trustees, under the advisement of administration, opted to not increase tuition and fees for the upcoming academic year: Fall 2024, Spring, and Summer 2025.

“It is important to us as a college to keep tuition and fees affordable to students,” stated Dr. Katricia Pierson, President. “We know tuition can be a burden and possibly a barrier for many students, so being able to maintain a quality education without any increase signals our commitment to living our vision of changing lives — one person at a time.”

Tuition for Fall 2024, Spring & Summer 2025 will remain as follows:

  • In-District rate: $103 per credit hour
  • Out-of-District / Out-of- State / International: $173 per credit hour

In-District tuition is discounted for those students whose permanent residence is within the taxing districts of Neosho, Diamond, East Newton, Seneca, and McDonald County school districts.

Last year, the college opted to eliminate course fees and developed a tiered rate per credit hour based on the course itself. Those rates only apply to specific courses and may be found on here.

About Crowder College: 

Crowder College was established in April 1963, as the voters of Newton and McDonald counties passed the issue to create a community college (formerly junior college) on the land formerly known as Camp Crowder. Today, the college provides services to a nine-county service region in southwest Missouri with locations in Neosho, Cassville, Joplin, McDonald County, Nevada and Webb City. The student population exists from within the four-state region, and around the globe. With over 80 degree and program options, the college is a great place to train for a career or transfer to a university.


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