Tim Tebow visits campus

Former Heisman trophy winner, two-time National Champion, five-time New York Times best-selling author, and future NCAA Football Hall of Famer, Tim Tebow, brought this year’s keynote speech to Crowley’s Ridge College Spirit of America event Thursday, April 6th.  

$128,060 was raised by Spirit of America this year through a variety of different sponsorships, donations, ticket sales, and a silent auction. All profits will go directly to support CRC’s student scholarships for the 2023-2024 academic year. There were approximately 550-560 in attendance.

CRC Biology Professor Submits Third Research Publication in the last Year

Assistant Professor of Biology, Dr. Zach Grimes, is part of a multi-institutional grant team that was recently submitted to the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Grimes is an author on two research studies that have been published this year and has also submitted his third to the Journal of Research in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education for publication titled “Conceptions of Disciplinary Anxiety across Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)” along with co-author Dr. Grant Gardner Ph.D. of Middle Tennessee State University.

We are incredibly blessed to have Dr. Grimes as a part of our growing Division of Arts and Sciences.

“The Division of Arts and Sciences at CRC is poised for some amazing growth in the coming months and years. Not only the new Chemistry building breaking ground this summer, but program partnerships with both Harding and Freed-Hardeman give us a starting point. These 5 programs will require us to design and implement 11 new courses in the sciences and mathematics, 7 of which will include rigorous laboratory components. These new courses will also give us more courses to add to our existing programs in addition to the potential for new concentrations that could use these courses. The new building and expanded infrastructure provided therein will also give us the capability for local community outreach and service.” -Dr. Grimes

CRC Announces Fall 2022 Honors

Crowley’s Ridge College has announced its President’s List and Dean’s List for the Fall 2022 semester.

A student must be enrolled full-time and achieve a GPA of 3.5 to be named to the Dean’s List. 

Students who achieve a GPA of 4.0 are named to the President’s List. 

A total of 60 students are recognized for the Fall 2022 semester, including 19 students who qualified for the President’s List. 

The members of the Fall 2022 Crowley’s Ridge College President’s List, listed alphabetically, are: 

Dru Bryant

Danielle Bullard

Heather Conaway

Matthew Crabtree

Jessica Duhme

Micah Duncan

Emi Elms

KristyAnn Grimes

Alyssa Henry

Lotti Hoffman

Caleb Krimmel

Joshua Lazzarino

Todd McMillen

Alex Mero

Brinley Morgan

Kenneth Nelms

Tara Pangborn

Mickayla Smith

Lilly Wessel

The members of the Fall 2022 Crowley’s Ridge College Dean’s List, listed alphabetically, are: 

Caise Austin

Abigail Baldwin

Lindsey Browning

Hannah Burk

Dalton Burrow

Kaylee Cline

Braxton Cousins

Bailey Cupples

Madison Erickson

Piper Farmer

Sierrah Floyd

Nicholas Garrett

Hunter Gibson

Paige Glenn

Daniel Gossett

Jadyn Hesse

Kourtni Jagneaux

Jamerria Johnson

Bailey Jones

Andrew Knipple

Ernest Lamb

Vancell Lucas III

Casey Lyles

Kinley Matlock

Autum Maxwell

Brooklyn Melson

Austin Monks

Sarajane Nowman

Eric Pangborn

Brooklynn Passmore

Avery Perkins

Azlyn Pierce

Hydiyah Robinson

Joshua Schmitt

Tori Sutherland

Creston Sweet

Ethan Tripp

Reigiana Ward

Alexis Weirich

Halea Wells

Koda Yates

CRC Bible Chair to serve as House Chaplain at Arkansas House of Representatives

CRC’s Jeremy Pierce, Division Chair of the Biblical Studies department, will serve as House Chaplain at the Arkansas House of Representatives on Monday, January 23rd.  The role of Chaplain is a time-honored tradition in our state as it provides spiritual support to our legislators while they are serving the people.  Representatives face a list of obstacles in serving including making difficult decisions as they wade through countless details while evaluating legislation.  For Mr. Pierce, this is not a political exercise but one of ministry, and he is honored to have the opportunity to serve. The House of Representatives will convene at 1:00 pm on Monday with an opening prayer led by Mr. Pierce followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.