Lincoln Tech - Denver is an above-average for-profit college located in Denver, Colorado. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 916 undergraduate students. The Lincoln Tech - Denver acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Automotive Mechanics, Welding, and HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician. Graduating 67% of students, Lincoln Tech - Denver alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,200.
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Lincoln College of Technology - Denver Reviews
Lincoln is a great school. I personally liked all of the resources they offer like career services and how they guide you through every step of registration. The teachers are great and overall it is a comfortable school!
Lincoln College of Technology Denver is a good step in the right direction for anyone who is wanting learn about working on cars. The have a very good staff ready to start training students in the automotive field. One issue I did have was a lot of their equipment is outdated and some of their equipment does not work. Other than that good school to get anyone started.
Overall, i am very pleased with the experience I am having at Lincoln. The instructors are all experienced in the field, and are willing to offer hands on help if i am having issues, The equipment provided to work with is for the most part, kept up and running in good working order. Most of all there are plenty of resources for me to apply my learning and practice with as a welder.