With campuses in eight different states across the country, Lincoln College of Technology Automotive provides hands-on skills to students to help them succeed in their chosen field whether that be automotive technology or another area. School settings for the auto tech discipline feature auto bays in fully equipped shops as well as computerized diagnostic equipment and even specialty tools. However, the school offers more than just automotive technology training programs, providing a supportive environment for students who are also pursing an education in business, cosmetology, culinary, health sciences or one of a number of fields in automotive technology.
At Lincoln College of Technology Automotive, you'll learn from instructors who are ASE-certified, which means that they have proven their skills to a certifying organization. They'll also provide you with hands-on training as well as the tools to help you prepare for becoming a successful automotive technician. Similarly, instructors in other disciplines work to maximize their instruction by teaching in an enhanced learning environment that can help students to grow and more fully develop their potential.
You'll see a number of different students on campus depending on when you take your classes, but you will also find additional support through Financial Aid, Career Services and Admissions personnel. Lincoln also partners with businesses and organizations in the community, providing even more opportunities for campus students. It also makes scholarships available, including more than $12 million in 2014. Finally, the school's Lincoln Edge Program endeavors to support students throughout the completion of their academic program but also beyond it.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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