Student Success Center


COTC offers a variety of free services to help ensure student success. Many services are available in person on the Newark Campus in Hopewell Hall as well as the extended campuses. In-person services needed on the extended campuses may need to be requested and/or scheduled. Students can take advantage of FREE services both in-person and online.


In person: Hopewell Hall 88

Phone: 740.366.9193



Student Success Coaches

Helping you develop good study skills and habits. 

Student success coaches empower students to succeed in college and beyond. They help you build academic and college-life skills to prevent, prepare for and respond to common obstacles students encounter in higher education. And then they guide you toward achieving your personal goals by putting those learned skills into practice. In short, student success coaches help you learn how to learn.


Tutoring Services

Tutoring Services is now located in Hopewell Hall 88.

COTC offers free tutoring to all students in a variety of subjects. Click “Read More” for more information.


Testing Center

Central Ohio Technical College’s Testing Center provide accessible, secure and confidential testing services to both students and community members in an optimal testing environment. We strive to preserve academic integrity and support the academic mission of excellence held by COTC. This is accomplished by adhering to the National College Testing Association’s Professional Standards and Guidelines.

The Testing Center is a member of the National College Testing Association and adheres to its Professional Standards and Guidelines.


AmeriCorps–COTC Student Resource Center

Helping students navigate campus and community resources.

The AmeriCorps–COTC Student Resource Center provides one-on-one assistance to all COTC students. Student Resource Center coordinators help students who face personal barriers to their academic success by connecting them to resources on campus and in the community. They address non-academic challenges, including:

  • Housing and rent
  • Utility bills
  • Food insecurity
  • Transportation
  • Childcare
  • Legal services
  • Mental health, addiction and personal counseling
  • Sexual assault or domestic violence support
  • Disability services
  • Technical assistance and access to computers, WiFi and other technology
  • And More