OTC Policies and Disclaimers – The information on this system is managed by departments at Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC). This system is considered to be a production system. As such, every attempt is made to keep the information up-to-date. However, no department or individual at OTC will accept liability for the accuracy, content or completeness of the information accessed through this server.
By seeking and maintaining accreditation with the following agencies, OTC ensures we are fulfilling our mission of providing high quality learning opportunities for our students. Click here for more information.
OTC also strives to ensure all users, regardless of ability, can access official college websites. Click here for more information about the OTC Accessibility Policy.
OTC is committed to providing equal opportunities for all persons and does not discriminate or retaliate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, citizenship or legal immigration status, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, and local laws (“protected status”). This extends to admissions, employment, services, and educational programs and activities that the college operates (collectively “programs and activities”). Click here for more information.
College Calendar Guidelines
The OTC Calendar features a consolidated listing of student centered events, dates, and deadlines of interest. Click here for more information.
All requirements, curricula, policies, procedures, fees, courses and other matters described in the catalogs are subject to change by the appropriate action of the faculty, the college administration and the Board of Trustees.
The policies of the Board of Trustees of the Ozarks Technical Community College are included in this manual. Responsibilities are defined with respect to board officers, administrative personnel, faculty and staff members. Click here for more information.
The seals and logos of OTC are copyrighted and may not be used in web pages, electronic publications or written publications without expressed permission of the Communications and Marketing Department at OTC.
If you perceive a copyright violation on an OTC web page, please contact Web Services at web.otc.edu to report potential occurrences of copyright infringement. Click here for more information.
Gainful Employment Information
A Gainful Employment Program is a non-degree program which is designed to offer training and education in order to allow an individual to seek employment within a given field or occupation. At OTC, the gainful employment programs are generally 32 weeks in length, with a few accelerated programs being much shorter, between 17 and 20 weeks in length. See the Gainful Employment Program Information website. In accordance to federal regulations, each institution is required to provide pertinent information regarding gainful employment programs. The information includes general program information, cost, student debt, student completion (graduation) and job placement. Click here to view this information.
The following information is provided to every employee and student at Ozarks Technical Community College out of concern for their welfare and in accordance with federal law. Click here to view this information.
Safety and Security Reports & Notices
The OTC Safety & Security department is responsible for ensuring the safety of all students, visitors, staff and faculty at OTC campuses and centers by providing security officers and information pertaining to health safety. Click here for more information.
Social Media Policies
By accessing OTC’s social media channels, you agree that you have read and understand this agreement, and your use of these social media channels shall conform to this agreement and the agreements of the services themselves. We reserve the right to change or amend this agreement without notice. Click here for more information.
Ozarks Technical Community College System seeks to create and maintain a safe environment in which all members of the College community – students, employees, visitors and other third parties – can learn and work free from harassment, discrimination and sexual violence. The College promotes personal integrity, civility and mutual respect. The College considers discrimination in all its forms to be a serious offense. Click here for more information.
By accessing OTC’s site and/or using the online services through otc.edu, you agree that you have read and understand this agreement, and your use of otc.edu shall conform to this agreement. We reserve the right to change or amend this agreement without notice. Click here for more information.
Website Design Basic Guidelines
As in our printed communications, the information we post online should be quickly accessible and visually consistent with the OTC brand. Click here for more information.
Unofficial Web Sites
Unofficial websites are those hosted but not sponsored by OTC. Unofficial pages do not constitute official college business or statements, and the college does not endorse or actively monitor the content of these web pages. The views expressed on these pages are strictly those of the individual authors or groups.
OTC does not regulate the content on these sites except for the guidelines for all websites; however, the college will investigate all complaints involving unofficial web pages and reserves the right to remove or block material that violates federal or state law or college policy.