Erie Tech is a for-profit college located in Millcreek Township, Pennsylvania in the Erie Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 295 undergraduate students. The Erie Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Manufacturing Engineering Technician, Information Science, and Electrical Engineering Technician. Graduating 65% of students, Erie Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,100.
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We recently bought a house with a bad Oil furnace. We didn't really have the money to switch over to a propane system, but the HVAC class came out and installed a new propane furnace at cost, which helped them with learning and training as well as helped us save some much needed money!! The instructors and guys were FANTASTIC!! They did an awesome, complicated job in 2 days and we couldn't have been happier!! Thank you to Dan, Jim and all the guys for everything!! I would HIGHLY reccomend them!!
The Multimedia Graphic Design Program is a wonderful program. The workload is comfortable, the environment is welcoming and friendly. The only thing I had an issue with was, I wish it was not so abroad in the cirriculum. Job opportunities are great. I just wish they did not count your attendance towards your grade.
They are flexible to a point, but when your personal life comes before in strenuous times, they do not understand, due to attendence counts against your grade.