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Dual Admission 


WHAT IS DUAL ADMISSION?

Dual admission allows students to be enrolled both at COTC and another college or university at the same time.  This allows students to take advantage of programs and services such as library privileges, advising, and academic support at both institutions, while seamlessly earning both an associate’s degree and a bachelor’s degree.

REASONS TO CHOOSE DUAL ADMISSION

  • Academic support services at both schools (tutoring, library, advising);
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  • Student activities (athletics, career counseling);
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  • Attainment of a bachelor’s seamlessly and at a lower cost;
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  • Collaborative arrangement of financial aid;
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  • Programs that lead to professional advancement;
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  • Small classes with quality faculty.

WHAT SCHOOLS PARTNER WITH COTC?

Currently, COTC has agreements with Ohio Christian University (OCU) and Ohio Dominican University (ODU), but seeks to add several more partners in the near future. 

HOW DO I START?

If you are a new student, you may apply online at www.cotc.edu. You may also contact the Gateway - Office of Advising for more information:

E-mail:  cotcadvising@cotc.edu

Returning or current COTC students should contact the Gateway- Office of Academic Advising at

740.366.9422 or 800.963.9275 Ext. 422

NOTE: COTC will be converting from quarters to semesters in Autumn 2012.  Academic advisors will work with students to ensure a smooth transition and an uninterrupted plan of study. 

Accreditation/ Membership

Central Ohio Technical College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. 

Phone: 312.263.0456

www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org

CONTACT PERSONS

cotcadvising@cotc.edu

     

 

 

Partnerships with 4-Year Institutions 

What is an Articulation Agreement?
Many Ohio four year colleges and universities will afford the COTC student the opportunity to transfer most if not all of their COTC credit course work into an established program at the four year institution.  An articulation agreement between COTC and a four year institution is a guarantee to the COTC student that specific coursework taken at COTC will enable that student to be granted transfer credit into a particular program at the four year institution.  For more information on Articulation Agreements with our 4-Year Partnership Institions, click here, or click on the link "Higher Ed. Partnerships Home" in the blue window on the left.

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The Newark Campus

1179 University Drive
Newark, OH 43055
740.366.9494

The Coshocton Campus

200 North Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, OH 43812
740.622.1408

The Knox Campus

236 S. Main St
Mount Vernon Ohio 43050
740.392.2526

The Pataskala Campus

8660 East Broad Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
740.755.7090

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