Faculty Resources


Faculty Must Know

​​​​​​Grade Change​s

A grade filed with the Office of Student Records is an official record of the College.  Once submitted, no grade change may be made by the faculty except in cases of clerical error.  If a grade needs to be changed the Gateway Office of Student Records will require a grade change for​​​​m completed by the instructor. Grade changes require approval from the appropriate Dean/Director and, in certain circumstances, the Chief Academic Officer. ​

To request a grade change faculty need to :


Faculty Handbook


The Faculty Handbook is a reference for Central Ohio Technical College faculty members concerning College policies, administrative information and procedures, and general information deemed to be useful to College personnel. 

The Handbook is designed to provide important information, but it is recognized that questions may arise that are not covered. 


Campus Services and Resources

Faculty Office Information

​Computer log-in

For COTC Faculty and Staff:

Newark Campus Account: You will receive a username and password to access the campus computers and network. This information will be provided to you either by your supervisor or the ITS HelpDesk.  The account will follow the subsequent format: first initial of your first name and first seven letters of your last name (example: asmith). This username will allow you to access any computer on campus, Newark Campus webmail and COTC Connect.


Academic Division Information


Electrical Trades Technology, Engineering Technologies, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Accounting Technology, Business Management Technology, Culinary Science Technology, Digital Media Design Technology, Information Technology, Health Services Technology, Nursing Technologies, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiologic Science Technology, Surgical Technology, and the Institute for Public Safety including Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Technology, Early Childhood Education, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science Technology, Forensic Science


Faculty Resources

​Faculty, advisor, and staff involvement in this program is critical to how successful tutoring is for students. Encouragement given to good students to consider tutoring, completing tutor competency forms, and taking time to talk with employed tutors about educational goals can increase the strength and worth of the tutoring experience for peer tutors and students alike. If we are short of tutors, faculty members are contacted for suggestions of possible tutors, or to make an announcement in classes encouraging good students to become tutors.