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Campus from the Coast: A gift from Reuben and MaryLou Casey
A gift of two new facilities and surrounding property has been presented to the OTC Foundation, the fundraising arm of Ozarks Technical Community College, by Reuben and Mary Lou Casey of San Clemente, California.
The property, valued at approximately $2,600,000, will be used to establish a new campus in Lebanon, MO. This is the largest gift the College has ever received.
The gift is composed of two buildings and more than 13 acres of land. The new OTC Lebanon campus provides the potential to serve thousands of students around southwest Missouri.
Creating a Legacy: A thank you to Reuben and MaryLou Casey
Due to the generosity of Reuben and MaryLou Casey, a new OTC Lebanon center is a reality. After hearing OTC's proposal on what it would do with the 70,000 square feet of space contained in two buildings and the 13 acres of land, the Caseys decided the College would be the best fit for their Lebanon property. Currently, Casey Hall is home to 13 new classrooms, a student lounge and student services department. The buildings contain the same space as a typical supermarket and will allow OTC to offer expand classes and services long into the future.
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Dr. Higdon on NPR
Hal Higdon, president of Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, Missouri told more than 1.5 million listeners in the New York, Baltimore and Boston areas that his College is retraining thousands of students who are looking for a new career.
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