Missouri College Opens Classees Near Bella Vista

Crowder College Begins Center In Jane

Posted: January 11, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Adjunct instructor of Criminal Justice Brandon Dill, from left, a full-time officer with the Rogers Police Dept., shows fingerprinting technology to his parents Dianne Dill and J.B. Dill, who are financial supporters of Crowder College, during a ribbon-cutting and open house for Crowder College's new James B. Tatum Hall in Jane, MO, on Friday January 10, 2014.

A Missouri community college opened an outpost Friday that could draw more Northwest Arkansas students.

At A Glance

NorthWest Arkansas Community College

NorthWest Arkansas Community College opened in August 1990 in Bentonville after a millage election in 1989. The school has classes at the Washington County Center and The Jones Center, both in Springdale, Farmington Center and the Center for Non-Profits in Rogers, in addition to its Bentonville campus.

NWACC Fall Enrollment

YearCredit HoursStudents







• $75 per credit hour in-district tuition for residents of the Bentonville or Rogers school districts

• $122.50 in-state and contiguous counties including Barry and McDonald counties in Missouri and Adair and Delaware counties in Oklahoma

• $175 per credit hour for out-of-state residents

Source: Staff Report

At A Glance

Crowder College

Crowder College was established in Neosho, Mo. in 1963 at the former Camp Crowder and first held classes in 1964. It has satellite campuses in Cassville, Nevada, Webb City and Jane in addition to its Neosho locations in Missouri.

Crowder Fall Enrollment

YearCredit HoursStudents







• $78 per credit hour in-district tuition for Missouri taxpayers in five school districts in McDonald and Newton counties

• $107 per credit hour for all other in- or out-of-state students

Source: Staff Report

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