Coshocton Campus

Coshocton Campus

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Coshocton campus was the first extended campus established by​ COTC. It ​developed as a collaborative, higher education partnership with Muskingum University, and state education leaders have referred to this c

ampus as a model for higher learning.

In 2008, Montgomery Hall, a n​ewly renovated building, opened its doors to provide students with one state-of-the-art location for all classes and services. This facility includes 15 classrooms, laboratory space, lecture hall, nursing​ lab, distance learning classroom and community room.

​For more information about the COTC Coshocton​ campus, please call the COTC Coshocton campus ​Gateway ​(A​dmissions) at (740) 622-1408​​​.​​

Learn more about FREE college for Coshocton county residents. Find out if you're eligible here.​

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Coshocton Staff​ ​​
Admissions ​Representative
Toni Trowbridge​
​Jessie Patterson​​​​
Building Supervisor 
John McDonald
Assistant Building Supervisor  

Alan Roberts

Advisory Board

L to R, Front row: Jandi Adams and Ann Simpson.
​Back row: Jan Myers, Stephanie Conn, Tom Crawford, Bob Pell and Dalton Summers

Not pictured: Jason Given and ​Amy Stockdale

YoungLeader_logo_lr.jpgThe Young Leader of the Year Award is presented by Central Ohio Technical College to a community leader who has demonstrated a commitment to Coshocton County early in his/her career. The Young Leader believes in the future of, and is an advocate for, Coshocton County. He/she has invested time and energy in activities that generate momentum both in the local economy and in quality of life. The recipient of this award has been active in leadership roles in local organizations, community groups, and/or service organizations. The Young Leader is a champion for Coshocton County who inspires contagious optimism.​

Pictured below are award recipients with President of Central Ohio Technical College Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D.


2018 Award recipient: Philip​ Hunt
​Peoples Bank


2017 Award recipient: Emily Adams
OSU Extension, Coshocton County


2016 Award recipient:
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Fischer Funeral Home

2015 Award recipient: Danielle Ellis
​​​​​​David A. Erwin & Associates​

Muskingum University

​​​​Nancy Bradley​​​​​​
​Graduate Advisor​​
Marjorie Pickworth
MAP Advisor

Workforce Development Innovation Center (WDIC)

Vicki Maple, WDIC Director
1179 University Drive 
Newark, OH 43055 
740-364-9565 (phone) 
740-366-9242 (fax)  
The Workforce Development Innovation Center develops programs & courses that provide innovative solutions to your specific business and industry challenges; helping your workforce to develop the skills, knowledge, and abilities they need to succeed. We offer customized contract training that ranges from technical skill enhancement and safety certifications, to soft skills development and professional designation exam preparation.

GED Test Center ​

Heidy Roberts, Chief Examiner
740-622-1408, Ext. 74444​ 


  • COTC's Coshocton Campus is the official GED Test Site (Pearson VUE certified) for Coshocton County.

  • GED testing is typically scheduled for the first Thursday of each month.

  • Students needs to be at the testing site - Room 444 - at 8:30 a.m., with testing starting at 9:00.

  • A photo ID is required to take the test. Completion time depends on the number of subjects taken.

  • If needing to reschedule after already registered for a testing group, the student is responsible for making arrangements with GED Testing Service at 1-877-392-6433 prior to the day of testing. If done in advance, the student can likely test the next month instead without repayment.


Many of the 12 monthly GED testing seats at COTC Coshocton are filled with students from the ABLE Program at Coshocton County Job & Family Services, and enrolled students are guided through the registration process when ready to test. However, seats are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis, so individuals wanting to take the test on their own can do so by completing the following steps (have an established e-mail address and photo ID ready beforehand): 

  1.  Sign up for an Ohio SAFE Account user name and password through the Ohio Department of Education.

  2.  After SAFE Account registration is finalized (via e-mail confirmation), go to GED.com and sign up for a MyGED page

  3. To obtain a voucher number to help pay for the test (first time only in each subject), agree to voucher participation on the MyGED registration, then later contact one of the listed Career Technical Planning Districts (CTPDs) to acquire the voucher.

  4. Register to take the test at COTC Coshocton via your MyGED page. If a voucher number was obtained, enter it at the payment screen before making the remainder of the payment with a debit or credit card. The entire test consists of four subjects (Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies) and costs $30 per subject. Students do not have to take all of the subjects the same day.

  5.  After taking the test, view results within 24 hours on your MyGED page.  The official GED Ready practice test is also available to take on your page for $6 per subject.​​​

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