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The Coshocton campus was the first extended campus established by COTC. It developed as a collaborative, higher education partnership with Muskingum University, and state education leaders have referred to this campus as a model for higher learning. In 2008, Montgomery Hall, a newly renovated building, opened its doors to provide students with one state-of-the-art location for all classes and services. This facility includes 15 classrooms, laboratory space, lecture hall, nursing lab, distance learning classroom and community room.
Knox Campus Ariel HallKnox County residents interested in pursuing an associate degree, certificate or simply improving their skills have an affordable, high-tech option in Mount Vernon! Central Ohio Technical College has expanded its programs and services at the COTC Knox campus in Mount Vernon. Our professional staff meets with prospective students and assists with the entire application, admission and registration process. We offer a variety of day and evening classes to suit your busy schedule.
Warner Library and student centerAt Central Ohio Technical College, students can earn one of 45 associate degrees (including all options and majors) or certificates, and obtain the high-tech skills and training needed to compete in today's workforce. Students choose COTC to gain hands-on, applicable experience to begin working in the field, or to transfer those credits toward a bachelor's degree program.
COTC provides another full service campus. The Institute for Public Safety is housed at this location, managing the law enforcement, criminal justice, basic police academy, fire science and emergency medical services programs. Enrollment at the Pataskala campus in autumn 2013 was approximately 400 with facilities that will support growth.
The college is located in Newark about 40 miles east of Columbus. The COTC Knox campus is located at 236 South Main Street, Mount Vernon. The Newark campus is located at 1179 University Drive, Newark. Pataskala campusLocated close to the Columbus area just west of Pataskala
Living on campus is one of the best ways to get the most from your education and to enhance your college experience. The Newark campus provides on-campus housing to limit the stress of starting college and to create a link between the academic, social, and recreational lives of our students. It is easy to make yourself at home in our residence halls, which offer an independent style of living just steps from class. The hall provides fully furnished kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms. Each building is air conditioned and comes complete with laundry facilities.