Lincoln College of Technology – Indianapolis, IN
Lincoln Tech's Indianapolis campus consists of a 126,000 square-foot facility with dozens of classrooms, labs and shops to accommodate the programs in automotive technology, diesel, collision and electronic systems technician. Because of its resources, this comprehensive facility is the destination for students from Alabama, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Georgia. Approximately 85 percent of the students take advantage of the housing referral program, which helps to provide clean and comfortable housing for relocating students. The campus is just 20 minutes from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which is the home of the famous Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 races. The Institute's prime location enables students to be part of the action. Lincoln Tech also offers exciting opportunities in various internship programs.
Admission Requirements: Diploma Programs
Admissions Requirements: Associate of Applied Science Degree Programs
Programs OfferedAssociate Degree Programs:
Tuition and Fees
The Indianapolis campus has a variety of half- and full-tuition scholarships available to graduating high school students. Lincoln Tech participates in the Imagine America Scholarship, as well as others. To apply for most scholarships, students must fill out an application and take an aptitude-based scholarship test. A scholarship committee, made up of volunteers representing business, industry, education and/or government, interviews finalists and makes the award decision. Lincoln Tech maintains a Financial Aid Office on campus, which offers a variety of grants, loans, Work-Study, veterans' aid and vocational rehabilitation programs to qualified students.
To succeed in the demanding field of automotive, diesel and truck technology, it takes training. Training that puts you behind microprocessors, turbochargers, pyrometers and plungers. Training you can get your hands on. Training you can take straight to the job market.
We have all of the appropriate materials that are needed for the instruction of our automotive, diesel, electronics and collision programs. A reference library is kept up to date for the benefit of those students who wish to put forth that extra effort to learn more about their field of study. The library is convenient, and the educational resources provide handy references for questions or problems. There is also Internet access in labs.
The Electronic Systems Technician program utilizes dedicated and specialty classrooms, in addition to a common lab area containing training stations and practice building structure. This lab room structure is a simulated one-story building that consists of various wall, ceiling, floor and roof construction styles and configurations that will be found and encountered in commercial and residential applications.
The specialty classrooms accommodate trainers and equipment related to computers, materials and methods, BICSI equipment and installation, security and fire alarms, and electronics.
Our Engine Tune-up Lab boasts both conventional and current computer testing equipment for the diagnosis of electrical, fuel control and emission systems. The computer wheel balancer and the computerized four-wheel alignment system in Auto Chassis and Brakes, and the Detroit Diesels, Caterpillar, and Cummins engines in the Diesel department are just a few examples of the training equipment available in our classrooms and labs. Diesel fuel pumps, transaxles, fuel injectors and automatic transmissions are all part of the total Lincoln Tech training environment.
Although Lincoln Tech offers no guarantee of employment, considerable effort is put forth to give students the interpersonal skills needed to secure today’s challenging positions. In addition, our Employment Assistance Office will work with students to make industry contacts as well as periodically bringing employers in the school for published career days.LTI is constantly in contact with industry to advise them of students and graduates available for employment.
Student Enrollment: 1,552
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Timothy Campagna, Campus President
Lincoln College of Technology is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT) and certified by NATEF.