Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Lincoln College of Techology

Lincoln College of Techology

Are you searching for a rewarding career?

From its beginnings as Lincoln Technical Institute in 1946, Lincoln College of Technology has been committed to providing students with the hands-on skills and training needed to succeed in the ever-changing employment landscape.

As a degree-granting college that offers both Diploma and Associate Degree programs in the Automotive, Health Sciences, Business and IT, Skilled Trades, Spa and Cosmetology or Culinary Arts fields, Lincoln College of Technology establishes and maintains an environment that fosters learning and your advancement—both in and out of the classroom.

All of Lincoln College of Technology’s campuses are degree-granting colleges including the West Palm Beach Florida Campus (formerly the New England Institute of Technology); the Marietta, GA, Norcross, GA and Henderson, NV Campuses (all of which were formerly Career Education Institutes); Melrose Park, IL and Indianapolis, IN Campuses (both formerly Lincoln Technical Institutes) and our Denver, CO campus which transitioned to Lincoln College of Technology from Denver Automotive and Diesel College (DADC).

With a wide-rage of programs and campuses through the United States, Lincoln College of Technology can help you start your future in a rewarding career, now.

About Lincoln Educational Services

When you choose Lincoln Educational Services for career-specific education, you’re joining the ranks of hundreds of thousands of other American success stories. For more than three generations individuals just like you have started their professional careers equipped with the confidence, skills and hands-on knowledge provided by Lincoln’s quality technical schools and caring, experienced staff.

Lincoln has been helping adults transform their lives through professional technical training for more than 60 years. Originally inspired by the desire to assist returning World War II veterans quickly qualify for skilled careers in 1946, Lincoln has gone on to expand its mission and now embraces American adults from all walks of life, offering technical training opportunities throughout the United States within a wide variety of professional programs.

Whether you have the drive to work with cars, the temperament to learn the inner workings of the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry or get a charge from studying Electronics or Information Technology, Lincoln can help you. If you hunger for the skills of a Culinary professional or the ambition to work in the fields of Healthcare or Dentistry, Lincoln has programs to assist you in beginning that dream, too. Or, if you prefer to make your mark in the glamorous fields of Hair Design, Cosmetology, Nail Technology or Esthetics, Lincoln has programs that can also help launch those exciting careers.

Lincoln’s legacy of experience in helping adults succeed through secondary education means that they are also familiar with the special challenges and situations affecting their unique student population. That’s why Lincoln also offers flexible class schedules, career placement assistance and even financial assistance, if you qualify, that can help you pay for tuition. They also offer fully online classes in a wide variety of programs, making them extremely accessible to those students who may not have even considered furthering their education before.

With Diploma, Associate Degree and now Bachelor programs available, your future employers will be impressed by your credentials and experience after graduation, giving you a competitive edge from your very first day on the job!


  1. Do not go here! Go to a top online college that is organized and cares about you. They treat students and employees like crap! There is no consistency with policies and the expecations are low. Go to a real online college that wants you to learn!!

  2. They do not provide quality education. Go to an online college like UOP where most of the instructors have Phds and Doctorates. One person says yes, then the next person says no. This is ridiculous. Policies should be followed for ALL!