Annual Conference | October 13, 2017

Lakeland Community College hosted the 2017 Annual Conference. "Go for the Gold" celebrated the conference's 50th anniversary. Check back in March 2018 for information about the 2018 Annual Conference.

Teaching Grant

The OAYTC teaching grant supports two-year college professors and administrators with teaching responsibilities at accredited Ohio two-year member institutions to develop projects that enhance teaching and learning in their classrooms. Any two-year college professor, full- or part-time, who is member of the OATYC or whose Institution is an OATYC member is eligible for the grant. The proposal process will open for 2018 in March. Deadline for proposals is May 31, 2018. The winner(s) will be announced at the luncheon during the fall conference. The winner(s) will have the chance to receive one grant at $1,500 maximum.

Davis-Zimmerman Student Scholarship

This award is given out annually to a student from the conference host college. The award is named in recognition of two long-serving Board members, Kent Zimmerman and Dr. Russ Davis, III.

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Save the Date!

Save-the-date for the 2018 Conference at Sinclair Community College: October 12, 2018. Registration will open in March, 2018. Follow us on Facebook @ ( and Twitter! @OATYC.
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Teaching Awards

Nominations for early teaching, full-time teacher of the year and adjunct teacher of the year for 2017 are now closed. Click on the Teaching Awards button to see the winners.
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Registration is now closed. Check back in March 2018 to register for next year's conference.
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Call for Proposals!

We are no longer accepting proposals for the 2017 OATYC conference.
Call for Proposals 2017 is Closed


Information for trustees of Ohio's two-year colleges is provided by the Ohio Association of Community Colleges which was founded in 1993 as a forum for sound trustee training, communication, and trustee-president cooperation.


The Ohio Faculty Senate of Community and Technical Colleges, established in 1995, is made up of representatives chosen by the faculty from each two-year college in Ohio. The OFSCTC, which meets four times annually in the offices of the Regents, provides the voice and perspective of the two-year faculty to the Chancellor and Regents on the relevant issues facing higher education.


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