On Tuesday, June 4, Crowder College and Drury University signed a partnership that will allow Crowder students to obtain a bachelor’s degree with two different programs. Crowder College President Glenn Coltharp, said Drury University has the same goals and passions as Crowder and the partnership will be great. Jordan Privettemail@example.com
On Tuesday, June 4, Crowder College and Drury University signed a partnership that will allow Crowder students to obtain a bachelor’s degree with two different programs.
The Cassville Crowder campus just expanded its educational opportunities by partnering with Drury University and signing a Memorandum of Understanding on June 4. The partnership will allow Cassville Crowder students to obtain bachelor’s degrees in Organized Communication and Development or Behavioral and Community Health. Glenn Coltharp, Crowder College president, left and Tim Cloyd Drury University president agree this partnership will be beneficial. “I am proud of this partnership, and the values that are shared will lead to great things,” Cloyd said. “This will be a wonderful partnership that will last long into the future.” Jordan Privettfirstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to offering two bachelor’s degrees through a partnership with Drury University, Crowder College is also in the process of expanding and remodeling the Cassville campus. With a $150,000 donation on June 4, from the Sunderland Foundation, Crowder College is one step closer to accomplishing the expansion project by 2020. Charlea Estes-Jones/Special to the Cassville Democrat