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Student services are open for business remotely. Staff members in all departments are ready to assist students via email or phone during regular business hours, 8 a.m.–5 p.m., unless otherwise noted.


Department of Public Safety

The Department of Public Safety is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Contact by phone: 740-366-9237


The Gateway

Admissions, Academic Advising and Student Records

Students may contact their advisor directly, or use the main contact methods below.

Contact by phone:

  • Newark campus: 740-366-9222
  • Coshocton campus: 740-622-1408
  • Knox campus: 740-392-2526
  • Pataskala campus: 740-755-7090

Contact by email:


Computer Labs, Wi-FI and IT Support

Students will have limited access to the following computer labs:

  • Newark campus: John Gilbert Reese Center room 206 (Please call Public Safety for access: 740-366-9237)
  • Coshocton campus: Montgomery Hall room 265 (PC lab) and room 345 (Mac lab)
  • Knox campus: Ariel Hall room 10
  • Pataskala campus: The computer lab has moved to the Pataskala campus annex at 621 W. Broad St., Pataskala, room 2F

Hours: Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Wi-Fi access: Access to the campus Wi-Fi is available in the Adena Hall parking lot on the Newark campus. Connect to eduroam and enter your COTC student credentials to log in.

Contact the IT Service Desk for Assistance

In an effort to support the health and safety of faculty, staff, and students, drop-in support is currently unavailable. We encourage you to reach out for remote assistance via phone, email or Self Service. In person support can be requested M-F from 8-5 by going to Founders Hall Room 175 and calling 740-366-9244 with your cell phone or the phone located in the room. An on-site technician will be dispatched for assistance following physical distancing recommendations.


Adena Recreation Center

Beginning on August 19, 2020, the Adena Hall Recreation Center will open for use with full regular hours, including Saturdays, to coincide with residence hall move in. In addition to all available federal, state, local and university guidelines, the Office of Student Life will also follow the guidance of national sports governing bodies to ensure that physical distancing practices and other safety protocols are in place for any recreational sports activities.


Dining Services

The Table of Contents (TOC) and the Bean Counter will open on August 24, with the following hours of operation:

  • Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Friday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Saturday & Sunday, noon-6 p.m.

All TOC orders will be conducted through Grubhub during autumn semester. Read more about those changes and about installing the Grubhub app for ordering at the TOC here. Snacks that are offered at the Reese Center Cyber Café can be ordered on the Grubhub app and picked up at the TOC.


Center for Student Success

Visit for information about

  • Communications Resource Center
  • Learning Specialist
  • Math Learning Center
  • Testing Center
  • Tutoring Services


Office of Student Life

Contact by phone for appointments and questions: 740-364-9578

Visit for direct contact instructions for each office:

  • Career Development
  • Counseling Services
  • Disability Services
  • Multicultural Affairs
  • Student Conduct
  • Student Involvement & Organizations
  • Title IX
  • Veteran Services


Office of Financial Aid

Contact by phone: 740-366-9435

Contact by email:


  • Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.


Office of Fees and Deposits

Contact by phone: 740.366.9232

Contact by email:


  • Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.


John L. and Christine Warner Library

Contact by phone: 740-366-9307


  • Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Contact by chat:


  • Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. (new hours for summer semester)

Book returns resume Monday, August 3. Materials can be deposited in the book drop outside the Warner Library Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. All returned materials will be quarantined before being checked in and made available to other users. If you or a member of your household are ill, we ask that you continue to renew your materials and wait to return them until you have been symptom free for 72 hours.

Contact-free material pickups will begin Monday, August 3rd between 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Requests for physical materials from the Newark library can be made by emailing Tauni Graham ( Once your request is submitted, we will email you to schedule a time to pick up your materials.  All pickups will take place at the first-floor entrance to the Warner Library.


Campus Corner

The Campus Corner food pantry is closed effective March 20 at 5 p.m. until further notice. If you need assistance, please contact the Food Pantry Network of Licking County at 740-344-7401 to identify the resources closest to you.


Barnes & Noble Bookstore

Use the “Contact Us” button on the bookstore’s website.

All textbooks and supplies must be ordered online at and will be shipped to your residence. The bookstore is offering free shipping on all orders. To allow time for processing and shipping, you are encouraged to order books early to ensure you receive them prior to the first day of class.


Online Learning Toolset

OpenLMS/Moodle(link is external) is COTC's learning management system. Your online classes in OpenLMS/Moodle will serve as a hub for all the course content and activities. View the Student LMS Guide (Login Required) for help using OpenLMS/Moodle. Contact the ITS Helpdesk(link is external) for additional support.

Office 365 ProPlus – Download and Installation of Microsoft Office 2016 Software for Current Students

Each currently enrolled student may also download and install up to five free, concurrent copies of Microsoft Office 2016 for personal desktop computers, laptop computers, tablets and mobile devices.  This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access, Outlook Email, Skype for Business and OneDrive for Business.  Once a user is no longer a student at COTC the free license to use the Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus software ends, and students will have to purchase a software license from Microsoft or a retailer for continued use.

Login with COTC Network Credentials

User access is authenticated using the same username and password used to login to the COTC computer network and myCOTC portal.  Office 365 COTCMail is accessible through the myCOTC portal main page.​

Getting Started

Getting Started with Off​ice 365 COTCMail Webmail​

Changing Default Conversation View


How to check Office365 COTC​Mail
Configuring Outlook to Sync with Office 365 COTCMail

Configuring Outlook 2011 for Mac to Check Office 365 COTCMail

Configuring Mac Mail

Installing Office 365 ProPlu​s


Adobe is now offering its Creative Cloud Service) to students at no cost until the end of May. Users can visit and sign in to download and install apps. Adobe Creative Cloud is a suite of integrated tools that include Spark, Photoshop, and Acrobat, just to name a few. Adobe has extensive resources that you can visit online to learn more about Adobe Creative Cloud) and see the full list of available applications. 

To log in:

  1. Go to
  2. Enter "" where it asks for your email address (do NOT include your name.n)
  3. On the Microsoft login page, enter your email address under "Email address or domain name" and press "Next"
  4. On the COTC & OSU Newark Log-in page log in with your COTC/OSU Newark Username and Password.
  5. On the Microsoft "Stay signed in?" page you can select yes if you are using your private computer
  6. Once you've logged in you should now have full access to the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of applications. If instead it appears the products are only available as a trial license, then you did not log in with your enterprise ID. During the log in process if it never takes you to the "myCOTC/myNewark" login page, then you are not using your COTC ID. Please log out of Adobe CC site. Start a new browser window in incognito/private mode and try again.

For more information on logging in, visit this knowledge base article for instructions.

If you have general questions about the specifics of Adobe use, visit the Adobe FAQ page.

COTC will continue with plans to offer limited computer and Wi-Fi access for students at each of our campuses. All CDC guidelines regarding social distancing will be imposed at these settings, with additional, regular cleanings scheduled and sanitizing supplies available for student use. COTC will monitor these spaces and re-evaluate this decision on an ongoing basis.


Limited Access Student-Use Computers
Monday through Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; IT support: 740.366.9244

  • Newark: John Gilbert Reese Center, room 206 (call Public Safety for access – 740.366.9237)
  • Coshocton: room 265 (PC lab), room 345 (Mac lab)
  • Knox: room 10 (PC lab)
  • Pataskala: room 100

Please review our student resources web page for guidance on how to remotely access all student services.