- Cleveland, OH
- 2 Year
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.50 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.39 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.40 responses
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Ohio Technical College Reviews
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Going to GCIT was the best decision I have ever made. It opened up a whole new area of interest when it came to the welding program. It inspired me to do my very best. I made great friends and learned more than I would have in any normal high school. My welding instructor became one of my biggest role models. There is a wide array of programs you could choose from. Construction, automotive, culinary, engineering, business, IT, dance and drama. I highly recommend this school for anyone looking to get a head start on their careers!
This school will test your metal. (Pun intended) You need to want to succeed to make it here. I mean really WANT to succeed. It will be cold in winter and hot in the summer. It will be EXACRLY like a job. Uniforms, id's and a time clock. This is college WILL prepare you to be in the industry. Do not become frustrated . Keep in mind YOUR A STUDENT if you think you know a little about your feild don't forget these guys live it everyday. Make sure you ask questions! If you don't understand something YOU must find the answer by ASKING QUESTIONS! Over all this school is pretty great. Just don't mess around and keep your head down. All hammers find the nail that sticks his head up the farthest. Good luck.
Ohio technical college is a very good school. The atmosphere and friendly people is a very big plus. I am in the welding and associates degree programs, both just one year. The welding department could use their funding for new equipment but decides to try and fix out dated machines, which needs to be replaced. Collegiate housing has a few problems with there placement of students and to be very honest they are very greedy. My roommate and I are looking to move into our own place because we live in an apartment and pay $400 per person every month for a not nice apartment, also because of our other roommates we were placed with. I would recommend this school to many people but advise personal housing options, not collegiate.