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COTC is a very nice college but parking is sometimes a struggle. Always get to school at least 5 or 10 minutes before class to walk to your class.
The college offers classes to high school students that are free! It is great to take advantage of the opportunity! The college is great if yo want to go to school but not for a ong time.
I love COTC. I truly feel like it is a fun, diverse, and encouraging campus where students can feel safe and be themselves!
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I had great experience in college, teachers were nice. I wish they would offer more online classes for the engineering department. Campus was always clean, side walks cleared in the winter time.
I’m still currently enrolled, took some time off to have my daughter. The school is wonderful with being patient while I pay off some debt to go back in the winter semester! The teachers and staff are wonderful, always willing to help and watch you succeed! Always will recommend this school.
I find COTC to be a good college. It is not a huge college so the classes are fairly small but the professors are able to pay more attention to you individually.
I have been attending Central Ohio Technical College since August of 2017, and I think it is a great school. There are many resources that are open for the students. Also, everyone is different and following their own dreams; furthermore, everyone is respectful of one another. The instructors and faculty care about their students and want them to succeed in their dreams. I am majoring in nursing, and I am going to be beginning my nursing classes this summer. I am excited yet nervous, but I know I can succeed with the help of my instructors and teamwork from my class mates. I highly recommend this college to anyone looking to achieve in their academic studies.
Central Ohio Technical College is a wonderful school that is very diverse and always willing to help in any way they can when a student needs it. They are willing to work with you no matter what type of issue you may have. It is also very conveniently located for all of the surrounding cities.
I have really enjoyed my time so far at COTC. I started Spring of 2017. I am studying to get a associates degree in Applied Science for Human Services. I love how you are able to chose to take classes online or in class. That really helps being able to take more classes at a time. This is my second time around with college. I am 50 years old. I also like how it is such a diversity college with young and older students. I also enjoy my professors. They are all very professional and helpful and are they when ever you need them.
I really enjoy central Ohio Tech college because of the diversity and the education is very high quality. I really think students enjoy the campus life because it has a great atmosphere and clean environment, love the people and the teachers too.
COTC is fairly well priced, be wary of whether the degree you seek is useful. Some degrees are outdated or too vague to be effective in real life. COTC regularly gets top marks for medical and public safety degrees thou some of the sideline degrees in these departments need to be updated or cancelled. As with anything in life do your homework. Campus is remote, driving is a must, parking is free but not plentiful. Be prepared to not park near class, no point on campus is more than half a mile from anywhere else walking.
I love the teacher interaction with the students. The teachers are very willing to help you succeed and graduate. This college has many very helpful resources for all students in different areas. I am very thankful to be at a school that wants every student to pass and succeed.
I decided to return to COTC in 2012 to get my associates in Human Services . I was 47 years old - with health problems. But I knew I had to do more with my life! I studied hard, I was determined to graduate with good grades. I graduated 2014, Phi Thata kappa - with a 3.7 gpa. After much discussion with my husband , I decided I wanted to come back to school and get my RN. My father passed away in 2016 , of stage 4 colon cancer, progression to liver and lungs. I held his hands last week of his life! At that point, I was angry when he passed away! But on the Anniversary of his passing 5/10/17 . I decided I needed to go back and get my RN. License, why ? Because everyone needs their hands held during the last days! Everyone needs someone to care, and be there! I am that person. My compassion and love for people- rewards me . Patients smiles is the best feeling in the world .
The beginning part of my degree was great but after we lost our head of IT things seemed to quickly go bad as they were unprepared for this
the people here are really nice and want to see you make it and are helpful. it seems like a lot at first but they are willing to work with you and willing to answer any questions that may come about. this is my first year here and I'm excited to see how the teaching style is with the teachers.
Friendly environment and tight knit community. Programs are good. Would like to see more organization but not bad as is.
I would like Pataskala location had more to offer. You use to have it that you can sign up for tutoring before the class started but this semester it was like that. I love Cotc. and I would recommend this school to anyone.
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Love the atmosphere, and friendly staff. Everyone is here to help you. Campus is absolutely beautiful!
I like the atmosphere of COTC. Most classes that I have been involved in are small enough to actively engage an instructor in your learning process. Like most Technical colleges you may find transferring credits outside of the small percentage of local colleges that COTC has agreements with might be difficult. Research this before committing to a COTC program, it may not fit well.
This college is more expensive than other community colleges. The nursing clinical sites are far away from the Columbus area and are a lower ranked hospitals than other community colleges. They do offer numerous enrollment deadlines which is nice and they also have partnerships with several four year institutes which is convenient.
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