Business and Finance

Overview

These departments and services are shared with The Ohio State University at Newark. The Business and Finance offices are located on the Newark Campus in Founders Hall. Services include things link accounts receivable, accounts payable and the overall budget and fiscal oversight for the college. 

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Accounting Department

The accounting department is responsible for managing the general ledger of Central Ohio Technical College and The Ohio State University at Newark, as well as adhering to financial policies and procedures. The department performs the functions of general accounting, payroll, budget and accounts payable. The responsibilities of the office include the following:

  • Payment of vendor invoices, such as utilities, independent contractors, and construction expenses
  • Review and payment of travel expenses
  • Preparation and disbursement of quarterly and annual financial statements
  • Payroll processing
  • Budget preparation and maintenance

Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Founders Hall, room 107
1179 University Drive
Newark, Ohio 43055

Accounting: 740.364.9629
Accounts Payable: 740.366.9118
Payroll: 740.366.9140
Fax: 740.364.9675

Budget Information

COTC 2020-2021 Budget Book
COTC 2019-2020 Budget Book 

Payroll Documents

COTC Pay Dates - FY21
COTC W4
Direct Deposit Form
Earnings Statement Access Instructions
Leave Form
Self-service Time Card Training for Staff
Self-service Training for Supervisors
Self-Service for Part-Time

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Purchasing

aerial view of COTC CampusOur goal is to assist the campus with purchasing, receiving and travel processes and to procure high quality goods and services for the best value.​

A message to our vendors:

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) has upheld and will continue to ​uphold the highest levels of ethics and integrity in all its affairs. Vendors are required to act honestly, in good faith, and with professionalism. ​

It is required that all vendors abide by all applicable codes, regulations, and laws including but not limited to any local, state, or federal laws regarding wages, benefits, workmen’s compensation, equal opportunity and product safety. COTC also expects its vendors to conform to business practices published as standards for their industry.

Forms

Tax​ Exempt Form
Substitute W9 Form
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
Vendor Code of Conduct​