Many four-year colleges and universities will transfer most if
not all COTC credit coursework 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.
How an Articulation Agreement works
Each institution follows its own admissions process. A COTC
student who wishes to transfer to a four-year institution would
contact the Admissions Office at the four-year institution and
follow their application process or see the link below to
find dates for transfer representative visits from our partner
institutions. During the application process, the student
must self-identify as a Central Ohio Technical College
graduate/former student and indicate a desire to evoke the
articulation agreement between the two institutions. The
four-year college Admissions staff will then inform the student
of the steps that must be taken for this process to be
implemented. For further information on these agreements, please
contact the Office of Academic Affairs at 740.364.9543.
If you would like to meet with a representative from one of our
four-year institution partners click here to view
the transfer representative visit schedule.