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The Lincoln College of Technology - Indianapolis

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My child said that there wasn't much labBrightAutomotive Engineering
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 class dismissed. When struggling in a class no instructor help given. Had to seek help from other studeNts. My child has since failed a class X2 and has been terminated from school meanwhile we are stuck with a huge student loan bill to pay back for nothing. As for the student housing, nice apartment, expensive monthly cost for WHT it is and 4 kids to apartment. 2 bad roommates t by at my child and another roommate complained about for several months and nothing ever done. I don't recommend this school. Very disappointed
1st Year Male -- Class 2015
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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When I first graduated Lti I wasn't impressedOther
When I first graduated Lti I wasn't impressed with my starting salary. I thought the school was pretty expensive at the time. All Lti really did was give me the basic skill set to get my foot in the door at a good company. After working in the field 10 yrs I make 100000+ fixing trucks. It's definitely hard work and technology is constantly changing and it takes continuous training to keep up. Looking back 24000 isn't a bad investment for school and you can't expect to know everything when you graduate after 10 yrs of working in the field and countless hours of dealer and engine manufacturer training I still feel lost more then you would think. I don't see any reason for someone who made school a priority to be unemployed after graduation. I feel very secure at my job and don't think I would have any problems finding another in the field if needed.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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A for profit school and all they careBrightOther
A for profit school and all they care about is getting you signed up and taking your money. A Rep comes to your home and fills your child with all this glamour about how great it is. You get there and the orientation is very unorganized and off schedule. Then you choose your housing and get your approval letter for your 1st choice only to get told "oops it is full - we have to put you here" - my son was placed in "ghetto apartments" with other students - his things stolen - every night police were there for a shooting or a drug bust in other units - very unsafe! The automotive program is the same program you can get for free for your child in the local Vo-Tech school while they are in high school! Do not waste $33,000 for this program. During the short time my son was there - they were let out of class half days - sent to Sears to just look at tools as a field assignment. Kids were observed sleeping at their desks during classes. Some kids were just sitting classes and no teacher around. Other kids said if they had known they would have dropped out to but it is too late for them since they are over halfway thru the program.
1st Year Male -- Class 2015
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