Advising Training and Development Workshops
The Financial Aid Office is here to help you navigate through the various processes to help you receive the assistance needed to pay for college.
The Carol Jones Writing Center helps students of all skill levels improve their writing skills. From brainstorming ideas to learning how to cite properly, the Writing Center can assist with any step of the writing process.
We are dedicated to providing free student support through quality tutoring and mentoring in the areas of public speaking and communication. We’ll help students prepare and rehearse for any speech or group presentation.
The Tutoring and Learning Center offer learning assistance in several pre-college and college level courses. Students can receive assistance for such courses as math, anatomy and physiology, computer applications, chemistry and study skills.
The Disability Support Services Office offers support services to both students with disabilities and the faculty and staff who work with these students.
The Career Exploration services provide currently enrolled and prospective OTC college students the opportunity to participate in career counseling through Career Employment Services.
Counseling Services provides numerous supportive resources to assist members of the OTC community such as high school students, college students and OTC staff with personal decisions.
The Office of Student Affairs is here to help you get the help you need. There are many local organizations dedicated to helping those in extenuating circumstances. From utility and transportation needs to food and housing, this provides a comprehensive list of data for community resources in southwest Missouri.
The Academic Advising Office welcomes new and transfer students to the college. Our professional advisors will assist you in making informed course decisions as you begin or continue your college career at OTC.
The purpose of the OTC Foundation is to advocate for the college, secure private financial resources as well as enhance educational cultural and workforce opportunities that may otherwise be unavailable.
What if a student needs to change their program?
Students may come to student services or e-mail a Change of Program form to firstname.lastname@example.org. They should be encouraged to meet with a general academic advisor to discuss the new program requirements.
How do I email all of my advisees?
Once logged in to you MyOTC, please click the AccessOTC. Under Advising Resources, you will click the “E-mail All Advisees” link. The next screen is the “E-mail All Advisees” screen. Here you’ll select the current term, then hit Submit. You will see a list of all your advisees. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “OK.” This brings you to a screen where you’ll be able to email all of your advisees.