Who We Are.
The OTC Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps to meet the growing needs of Ozarks Technical Community College.

What We Do.
We help students by funding scholarships, endowments for new programs, and capital improvements.

Ways To Give.
From online giving to estate planning, we make it easy for you to get involved and assist students in achieving their goals.

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Get excited. Midterms are over, and it's almost time for Fall Break! Classes will not be held Monday, Oct. 12 and Tuesday, Oct. 13.

2015 Hybrid Nursing Recognition Ceremony
Family and friends packed Lincoln Hall on Thursday evening to celebrate the achievements of our 2015 ASN graduates.

This is the first graduating class from
In observance of the tragic events at Umpqua Community College, OTC and community colleges nationwide will participate in a moment of silence today, Thursday, Oct.
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We're halfway through midterm week! Stop by the Speckman Tutoring & Learning Center today for free popcorn, door prizes and some midterm motivation from your
Has your Springfield child picked a college yet? Fair scheduled Tuesday
We can't wait to meet future OTC students at tomorrow's college fair! Click the link for details.
The Springfield Public Schools college and career fair
OTC Car and Motorcycle Show
It was the perfect day for a Car and Motorcycle Show at the OTC Springfield Campus. Check out these classic beauties! Our automotive students enjoyed
OTC hosts donation drive for Sammy's Window
Drop-off bins are located at each campus and center to collect food, clothing and personal care items for foster families. Click the link to learn
OTC Lebanon Center named Large Business of the Year
“This award means a great deal to our staff, faculty and students,” said Dr. Higdon. “It has never been more apparent that OTC is a
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Say cheese! Check out this cool shot by Emily, an OTC EMP student in Photojournalism 210-103.
OTC student speaks to Missouri Lottery Commission
You can feel good every time you purchase a lottery ticket. Win or lose, you're supporting the A+ Scholarship Program.
Ben, who attended Kickapoo High