Coshocton Campus Advisors

Coshocton Campus Advisors

​​​​Name: Jessie Patterson Patterson, Jessie_Coshocton 2017.jpg

Title: Academic Advisor

Location: Coshocton Campus

Email: patterson.871@cotc.edu    

Phone: 740-622-1408

Educational Background:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Akron, 2011 

Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Advice to Students:  Work hard, stay motivated, ask questions, be positive and enjoy your college experience!

Philosophy: I believe academic advising is a partnership between the student and the advisor. Where both parties have individual responsibilities, but share one common goal. My responsibility as an advisor is to listen, provide insight and guidance along with encouragement and support to the students. The students will be able to take ownership of their journey and make informed decisions. The ultimate goal of an advising partnership is to empower the students to see their full potential and help them succeed academically.

 

Name: Ashley Siesel Siesel, Ashley_Coshocton 2017.jpg

Title: Coordinator of Retention and Completion Initatives

Location: Coshocton Campus (Travels to all campus locations weekly)

Email: siesel.18@cotc.edu

Phone: 740-622-1408

Educational Background:

Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel, Kent State University, 2013

Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Health Science, SUNY Brockport, 2011

Hometown: Watertown, NY

Advice to students: Never be afraid to ask for help. You have many responsibilities as a student, many that aren't even related to your education, but not one of our students has to tackle their journey alone. Learning is not always easy, but we have many resources here to help you succeed. If you allow, we can help you achieve your goals!

Philosophy: My advising philosophy is that of a partnership. You as the student determine and work to accomplish your goals; I as the advisor assist you in creating your pathway to your successful achievement of these goals. Each day I strive to simplify what can appear to be a complicated and intimidating process for some students. Classes alone can be challenging enough, so I work to create as supportive of an environment as possible to be of assistance along the way. If you run into road blocks on your pathway, it is my role to help offer alternatives or support mechanisms available to you for your success. One of the most rewarding parts of my job is watching students overcome challenges in their own unique ways and I am grateful to be able to share in your success!