Kelleybrew changing careers after layoff.
Classes offered to give students extra choice.
Variety of programs include motorcycle training, bike safety.
Discussions on cheating, plagarism to be discussed.
President discussed job training issues
Be prepared when signing up.
Fund would help loved ones of fallen soliders.
Physical, respiratory, occupational therapies win.
Program developed after talks with business leaders.
Boxes going to Missouri soldiers in Afghanistan
First concert for OTC ensemble
Group would help build job pool.
Troupe to perform to native music.
Four-week numbers show more than 10,000 enrolled.
This spring, there are 807 students enrolled.
Enrollment up over that in the fall semester.
Performer will also conduct workshops for theater students
A new avenue for meeting the needs of the students of Ozarks Technical Community College will be announced at a press conference on Wednesday, September 9, at 9 a.m., in the Atrium of the Information Commons at the College’s Springfield campus. The joint announcement will provide information regarding the College’s new partnership with Care to…
The student population at Ozarks Technical Community College continues to grow, with more than 12,884 students enrolled for the fall 2009 semester, up 15.9 percent from last fall. The largest growth is at the College’s Waynesville Education Center, which welcomed 203 students this semester, an increase of 81.3 percent. Enrollment is up more than 12…
The first-ever class of graduates from the Associate of Science in Nursing program at Ozarks Technical Community College has earned a 100% success rate on the Missouri state Registered Nurse licensing examination. Every one of the 24 graduates in the program’s inaugural class has passed the exam and is now eligible for employment as a…
The 3rd Annual OTC Foundation Golf Tournament, held recently at the Hickory Hills Country Club, brought 88 area players together for a common goal: supporting the students of Ozarks Technical Community College. The 22 teams of four, along with event sponsors, raised a total of $17,543 dollars, which will be used for student scholarships. “More…
As classes filled up for the fall semester at Ozarks Technical Community College, administrators began looking for a way to provide for those students who were unable to enroll in the classes they needed. The solution: for the first time in the College’s history, OTC will offer Late Start Courses, or classes that begin after…
Ozarks Technical Community College will offer Adult Education and Literacy classes at the Bolivar Schools Administration Building beginning Tuesday, September 8. The free classes are designed for anyone interested in seeking a GED, improving their literacy, or learning English as a second language. Held in the basement of the Administration Building, the class will meet…
The OTC Foundation has been awarded a grant of $9,376 from the William T. Kemper Foundation and the Commerce Bank Foundation. The gift will be used to purchase Kurzweil Educational Systems for Disability Support Services at Ozarks Technical Community College. Kurzweil Educational Systems provide reading assistance for students who struggle with learning disabilities, such as…
Enrollment grows by 6.9 percent over last year.