If you are looking for an automotive college with a history of success, you'll find it at Lincoln Tech! Established in 1919 as Nashville Auto-Diesel College (NADC), Lincoln Tech features 280,000 square feet of space and has been educating students for successful futures in the automotive industry for almost a century.
At our college in Nashville, which was designated as a 2012-2013 Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges' (ACCSC) School of Excellence, you can pursue studies in Auto Technology, Collision Repair, Diesel Technology or Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology. If you don't have your high school diploma, you can even work towards completion of high school at our campus by taking advantage of the Penn Foster online High School Completion Program.
The campus features industry-standard equipment, real-world training facilities and more to help you make the most of your career training:
- More than 50 live gas engines for hands-on Automotive training, and dozens of CAT, Cummins and Detroit Diesel engines.
- Twelve 10,000-lb. two-post lifts.
- Hunter Alignment Equipment.
- Mustang and Super Flow Chassis Dynos.
- 4 on-site collision shops.
- 22 Heavy Equipment bays housing 25 training vehicles.
- Partnerships with industry leaders like Caterpillar, Scott Equipment, Thermo King and more.
Automotive Training in Nashville, TN
Lincoln Tech is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) accredited institute, with curriculum featuring a variety of topics and areas of expertise such as Automatic Transmission & Transaxle, Brakes, Engine Performance & Engine Repair, Suspension & Steering and a lot more. The optional High Performance component builds on your Automotive training with courses on high performance engine building, performance drive line systems, and special electronics.
Lincoln Tech in Nashville offers on-campus living in residential halls, Collegiate Housing Services, neighborhood housing and apartment locator services. Plus, we're proud to support our students with Financial Aid*, career search assistance and professional development, and a network of industry contacts who often visit the campus for special career days.
Ready to shift into high gear with a career in the Automotive, Collision Repair, Diesel or Heavy Equipment industry? Take the first step and request more information from Lincoln College of Technology in Nashville.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. A branch of the Indianapolis, IN campus.
*The schools have no existing agreement with employers to provide jobs to students and do not guarantee employment.