Greene County’s director of emergency management used GED program to his success.
Director of clinics for Ozarks Community Hospital remembers teachers, training at OTC.
Springfield councilman is big believer in community college opportunities.
Owner/operator of top Springfield top restaurants/lounges has OTC connection.
Program to help students in health, hunger or hygiene emergencies.
Courses added at urging of Missouri Career Center.
Need for quick courses brings more programs to center.
Decision students make cannot be changed.
Faculty, former students help build house for family.
Avoid ‘digital dirt’ on personal pages if you’re job hunting.
Tutors needed for adult education, literacy programs.
New addition to Norman K. Myers Center finished.
One-of-a-kind program helping curb dropout rate.
Online courses also offered to help students with scheduling conflicts.
Program helps students who are first in family to attend college.
Customized course helps workers save city money.
OTC’s A+ students will be able to transition to Drury.
Student-operated restaurant offers dishes from across country.
Center makes it eight straight semesters of increasing enrollment.
Value brings students to the Nelson Education Center.
Enrollment up 81 percent with more than 200 attending classes.
Christian County campus home to 1,100 students, Allied Health programs
OTC, Springfield R-12 offer help to under-achieving students
Nelson Education Center home to OTC programs
Pulaski County residents now have local connection to OTC