Nashville Auto Diesel is a for-profit college located in Nashville, Tennessee. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,495 undergraduate students. The Nashville Auto Diesel acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Automotive Mechanics and Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technician. Graduating 58% of students, Nashville Auto Diesel alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,200.
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This is a very well known school. It use to be known as NADC and is now known as Lincoln College of Technology. Getting a diploma from this school will help me get a job in a shop close to back home. I live eight hours away and this school will still help me get a job I want. The career service group will help me find a job even after I am graduated and have gone back home eight hours away. I have a friend back home that graduated from here, he didn't have a single problem finding a job with this diploma. He lives a pretty good life now. There are different companies that are willing to work with this school and hire students right after they graduate. We have two career fairs a year that brings in over 150 companies for students to talk to. Many companies will come to the school individually and give a presentation. After the presentation they will interview students. The admission represntatives are really great people. I work with them and they are great people.
My experience with Nashville Auto Diesel College is limited right now. I will be attending this campus next week. I am looking forward to everything this college has to offer. The teachers had knowledge beyond expectations. They not only teach the classes they have worked on the field for many years prior to teaching. I find this very helpful not only are they the teacher but they also know the other side of automotive training. The dorms were not up to my expectations. The dorm I will be living in is very small. I will make the best of this college to further my career in the Automotive Field.
Career services are always here for their graduate students. You could be graduated from a day all the way to a hundred years and if you need help finding a job they are going to be there for you. They have a facebook page for graduated students or currently enrolled students to friend with. They can talk to each other and stuff like that. You can always come back to the school and remember the good ole college days. If the students come here and put all their effort into this school and actually attend class and don't just skip school, they will find a job easily. If you miss for a death in the family or being seriously sick or something along those lines, you can atleast explain that to the company and they will have a better understanding of it.