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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

1001 E. Chestnut Expressway Springfield, MO 65802
Phone: (417) 447-7500
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Ozarks Technical Community College
  • Located in Springfield, MO
  • Public
  • 13,907 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $3,564 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Taylor - Springfield, MO
  • I am a current student here

    Study what you really have an interest in. It lets you discover what future career is for you by allowing you to explore so many different subjects and learn so many different skills that are fine tuned for your individual interest.

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  • Akash
  • I am a current student here

    It is possible. But when we do hard work

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  • Reviewer from Springfield, MO
  • I am a current student here

    1. Know what classes you are taking before you buy your books, it will save you alot of time when buying the books you need. 2. Pay for your classes in cash at the cashiers office if you would like to save $35 a semester. 3. Find a group you connect with on campus, whether it be in the Honors Program, the Spanish club, Enactus, Phi Theta Kappa, Deaf Awareness, Equality or whatever. They will help you stay engaged at school, and in your community.

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  • levi - springfield, mo
  • I am a past student here

    if you end up having to drop out of your classes after you have paid for them with financial aid and after the the refund deadline, you will have to pay a significant amount. and they will forget to tell you that when you drop your classes. they didn't mention anything to me when i dropped my classes and they are wanting me to pay $600+. i do not recommend this school at all!

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  • Dalton McCart from Waynesville, MO
  • I am a current student here

    Upcoming college students, if you're still in high school then I can not stress how important it is to get in the A+ program. The little amount of effort that has to be put into the program is nothing compared to having your first 2 years of tuition and student fees paid for. A low GPA and a few tutoring hours can go a long way. Why pass up free college? OTC is great about helping its students though, example: This semester A+ announced it was cutting all of the students 1 credit hour (which sounds trite, but every expense is painful). OTC offered a scholarship for any who apply to cover the extra credit hour, and every student that applied received the money. Another word advice, if your school offers dual credit and AP courses. Take them. This will set you much further along on your college path than you realize, and is a good introduction into the academic level of community college. Finally, participate in some extra curriculars and do some volunteering. More importantly keep track of all the time spent doing these activities. Not doing them will return to bite you in the butt. Most importantly, stay calm, take a deep breath, and enjoy the ride. College is a fun experience. Much better than high school.

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