PowerSport is a for-profit college located in North Randall, Ohio in the Cleveland Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 212 undergraduate students. The PowerSport acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair and Mechanics and Repair. Graduating 70% of students, PowerSport alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,700.
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PowerSport Institute Reviews
Instructors are very helpful, they care about the students not the money. Simple associates courses can be taken to receive your associates degree. You have an option to take other courses such as air brush/paint including welding. The class room is a great learning place and you have resources to find things. Including when you walk into lab, it's ran exactly like a shop and you can find all of the tools you will need. The class sizes will depend on when you start because people end up being in certain classes longer , average class size is 15
I'd have to say my overall experience is great because the teachers are actually helping, if you get stuck they will take time to help you and focus on you to make sure you understand. They don't leave you out and hope you understand eventually and if you need the extra help you can stay after school and get help or you can come in on Fridays and work on things to make sure you actually get everything. My school is unique because they care about the students and they like to see you do good so they reward you. They hold meetings to recognize students for perfect attendance and honor roll and they raffle off tools and toolboxes that will benefit you in the work field.
Instructors are very helpful and friendly, all staff is outstanding and will help you if you need anything. You can earn your associates degree in a very simple course which takes a few more hours to receive the credits. Equipment is ready to be wrenched on and you recurve you're tools in a few weeks , right around when you really need them. You can get discounted tools from the Camus tool store. Overall experience is amazing and it's what you put in that you will receive.