It is with a heavy heart that I share that the Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies program at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) has suspended the admission of new students. In July, the faculty, of which I have been a member for ten years, were given two months to develop options to prevent the elimination of the program and a narrow framework within which to find them. It appears it will be the demise of another technical program due to lack of support by the profession these future technicians would have served. It breaks my heart to see another technical program shutter its doors. Baker Community College succumbed to the same fate in 2018. Not a word was heard from this profession—no support, nothing, deafening silence. I suspect it will be the same for us.