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The Lincoln College of Technology Indianapolis

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about LTI's undergraduate degree
44 negative, 8 positive.
“My child said that there wasn't much lab time. Alot of the classes were us less due to class ending early. Material not reviewed. Notes given and cl...”
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Institutes are dedicated to educating and training students to a state of proficiency that will qualify them for technical positions in which they can achieve career goals and realize self-esteem.

We accomplish these objectives by maintaining a high degree of quality, service and commitment to the student. The quality of the programs is ensured by providing equipment and curriculum that is continually reviewed and updated to reflect changes in technology, and utilizing skilled and knowledgeable instructors. As a result, students achieve a level of knoledge and experience commensurate with their future working environment.

We are committed to providing skilled professionals to meet the needs of the technologically changing world. This commitment is realized by conducting the programs in specialized techology with the highest level of professionalism, integrity and responsibility to each student's future.

LTI Average Job Salaries

$47,870Starting Salary
$71,25010 Year Salary
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LTI Address

LINCOLN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
1201 STADIUM DR
INDIANAPOLIS, IN46202
General info:(317) 632-5553
Financial aid office:(317) 632-5559
Admissions office:(317) 632-5553
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