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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Students, it's that time of year again. OTC Bookstore Buyback starts tomorrow and continues through Dec. 16. Get details here: bit.ly/1HDnwfr
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It's time! You have until Friday to vote for your favorite time capsule items. The winners will be sealed in our 25th anniversary time capsule
Kristi Christian, OTC graduate
Need some motivation to push through the last week of classes and finals next week? View this OTC grad's story of perseverance and grit.
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It's almost time for Thanksgiving Break! The college will be closed Nov. 25-29. What are you thankful for this holiday season? We asked some OTC
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A huge thank you to our students, faculty and staff who donated 3,985 pounds of food for local food pantries! The OTC Waynesville Center won
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Bravo to the cast and crew of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play!" There's still time to catch the show today or tomorrow.
“It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”
Here’s a sneak peek of OTC’s production of “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” Performances begin tonight and continue through Sunday. Admission is
OTC grad overcomes obstacles to earn degree
Kristi's advice to current students? “It can be done. If you put your heart and soul into it, it can be done.” Click the link
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And the wreath is up in the atrium! Can you believe Winter Break is only 21 days away?
Thank you, Walmart Foundation!
OTC received a $35,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to support a new project called the OTC Community Dental Education and Prevention Program.

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