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| The only thing this college helped me accomplish was a negative credit score. While at NADC (lincoln tech)they removed some classes from my original agreement such as thermo-king and alternative fuel sources, Both subjects would have gave me more job opportunities upon leaving. The time I was at nashville were some of the worst in my life by far, I was there learning about Automotive and Diesel Applications, Most of the time the school either involved us working on our own cars without teacher instruction or working in our books so unless your car had catastrophic failure you learned nothing. We took 2 engines apart 1 gas and 1 diesel neither engines are even relevant to modern vehicles, never went in depth about these vehicles ultimately complete waste of time complete waste of money. |
|Apr 26 2013|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| If you want a "real" education but don't want to lose your values or principles, go to Lincoln Tech in Nashville. |
Pros: For some reason, Lincoln Tech has a dodgy reputation, but it's actually one of the more progressive diesel-tech colleges you'll find in the Nashville area. Though I didn't always agree with the liberal viewpoints of the instructors (you know who you are), I respected their right to say what they thought to my face and learned something about myself in the process. Let's just say I did my share of "experimenting," but I'm happy to say I made it through there with my faith intact.
Cons: Since morale seemed pretty low on campus, I thought it would be a good idea to come up with a some kind of school mascot. Imagine my surprise when I learned that Lincoln has never had a school mascot in their entire history! I do give the administration credit for hearing me out. I just wish they would have let me pep up the student body a little. Who would it hurt? Nobody! Advice: If one of your current or former students offers to dress up in a costume and cheer on Lincoln, let him do it guys! College isn't just something you learn in books. Lighten up and smell the diesel. Go Lugnuts!
| Starting Job: Greeter (Walmart), Preparedness: B, Reputation: B- |
|Apr 11 2013|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| I've been at NADC for 3 months now. I am loving this school, I enjoy coming to school most days, I pay attention, care about the work, and I get good grades because of it. The problem with this school is the students who go there. I am former Military, so conforming to a uniform standard, being on time, staying awake in class, and paying attention are second nature to me. A lot of the other students are lazy, disruptive, drug addicts, thieves, undisciplined, and generally don't care at all about the course work. It is too easy to be on time to school and to wear your uniform the right way. It is too easy to stay awake in class and study what you're there to learn. Apparently that is too much to ask of most of the students at NADC. The instructors are very knowledgeable, for the most part friendly, and are willing to answer questions. The neighborhood the school is in is HORRIBLE! That part of Gallatin Rd. is full of druggies and gang bangers. I am so happy I live far away from campus. I haven't been in the dorms much, but they are run down and infested with drugs. I recommend the school, but stay away from the campus dorms or any house or apartment in that area. |
|Dec 13 2012|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2014 |