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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Starbucks celebrates one year on the OTC Springfield Campus today. That's 81,574 customers, 114,155 drinks, and a whole lot of caffeine. What's your Starbucks order?
Next step for OTC student? The Ivy League
Start here, go anywhere — including the Ivy League.

Congratulations, Wade!
The Ozarks Technical Community College student plans to study at Yale University in the
Here’s to wishing you a fun and safe #FourthofJuly weekend! The college will be closed July 3-5 in observance of Independence Day.

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We're feeling a bit festive in Student Services today. Stop by and see us before the three-day weekend begins tomorrow! #myOTC
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Fifth-annual Men of the Year awards to honor 20 - sbj.net - Springfield Business Journal…
OTC Richwood Valley President Dr. Jeff Jochems was selected as one of Springfield Business Journal's Men of the Year. Congratulations, Dr. Jochems!
OTC students excel at SkillsUSA Championships
Congratulations to our career and technical education students who competed in last week's SkillsUSA Championships!
Ten students from Ozarks Technical Community College received medals at
Middle school students STEAM to OTC event
We're holding a similar event for high school students on Friday, July 17. Click the link to learn more about STEAM Days.
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And they're off! Our student ambassadors head to Kansas City for the annual Student Ambassador Leadership Conference.

Our student ambassadors are scholarship recipients who assist
OTC instructor to attend Holocaust seminar in Germany and Poland
“Investigating the Holocaust may seem like a dark subject to many people, but I feel it is an important subject to teach because genocide continues
OTC grad Adam Arnold took his talents to the "American Ninja Warrior" stage Monday night in Orlando and qualified for the city finals. He now