Coshocton Campus

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COTC Coshocton Campus

Rich in historic ambiance and furnished with contemporary learning equipment, Montgomery Hall on COTC’s Coshocton campus provides a welcoming environment in which students learn and build the confidence to do what’s next – whether that means entering the workforce or continuing their education for a bachelor’s degree. To make higher education even more accessible to Coshocton County residents, eligible students receive free tuition with the COTC Coshocton Promise

Whether you prefer on-campus classes, virtual or a combination, COTC now offers five delivery options – on campus, hybrid, hy-flex, remote and online – as we build on our commitment to meet students where they are.

To meet with an admissions representative, please schedule an appointment and dedicated time to talk about your college and career goals. Email us at cotcadmissions@mail.cotc.edu.or call us at 740.622.1408.

Coshocton Campus

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CPR First Aid, OSHA and Other Non-Credit Courses Offered at COTC Coshocton Campus

Autumn semester 2021

A new partnership brings highly sought-after non-credit training opportunities to Coshocton-area residents. Five classes, a mix of industry professional development and personal enrichment, will be offered by the Career and Technical Education Centers of Licking County(C-TEC) through a partnership with Central Ohio Technical College (COTC). All courses will be held at the COTC Coshocton campus, 200 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, and have several dates to choose from throughout autumn semester.

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Admissions

Regular admission to a degree or certificate program is open to all who have earned a high school diploma, completed homeschooling at the secondary level or passed the General Education Development (GED) test. COTC may also grant prior-learning credit for certain life and career experiences. New students must submit the free application for admission.

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Young Leader of the Year Award

Young Leader of the Year Award LogoThe Coshocton County 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.