Crowder College in Neosho got a "fair" rating from an audit released by Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich today. College Vice President of Finance Jim Cummins tells News Talk KZRG they're already making progress on changing some of the problems he found.
"It's all procedural things that we can clean up. Crowder runs very lean; we just need some more oversight on a few departments for some of these issues."
Cummins says overall they're satisfied with Schweich's findings, but disagrees when Schweich says Crowder hasn't done enough to make sure they can recover data in the event of a disaster.
"We keep backups in our FEMA shelter, we keep backups offsite, and we'll keep a backup at our McDonald County site, so I'm not sure what more we can do in that case."