Lincoln College of Technology

Lincoln College of Technology - Indianapolis

Lincoln College of Technology has campuses in Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, Nevada, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Illinois and Indiana. The different campuses offer certificates and associate's degree programs in academic fields such as culinary arts, medical administration, business management and automotive technology.

General Information About Lincoln College of Technology

Lincoln College of Technology opened its first school in Newark, New Jersey, in 1946 as the Lincoln Technical Institute. The school's original goal was to provide World War II veterans a place where they could train for skilled careers.

In 1948, Lincoln College of Technology became one of the first trade schools offering automotive repair services. It opened 10 new campuses across the United States in 1977. Over time, other programs, including culinary arts, healthcare and business, were added along with campuses. Classes start at different intervals throughout the year offering students flexibility in attending classes.

Programs and Departments at Lincoln College of Technology

  • Health Sciences
  • Spa and Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Business and IT
  • Automotive
  • Skilled Trades

Enrollment Process and Information

At Lincoln College of Technology, individuals can submit an application along with their high school transcripts and GPA. Prospective Students should contact an admissions representative at a school near them offering the program they would like to pursue. They can meet the staff, sit through a class and discuss career information.

Financial Aid Information

Financial assistance at Lincoln College of Technology helps cover the cost of books, tools and tuition. A financial aid representative works with the individual to devise a plan combining federal grants, state grants and loans while offering different payment plans. High school seniors can apply for grants awarded through the college for students who receive good grades and demonstrate leadership qualities.

Career Services

Career Services at Lincoln College of Technology helps students find career opportunities the moment they start the program. Students can get help writing resumes, preparing for interviews and meeting potential employers. Students also learn how best to present themselves and are provided references upon completion of an internship. The center helps students meet other necessary requirements for a career in their chosen field, such as a clean driving record.

School Contact Information

  • Address: 7225 Winton Dr. Building 128, Indianapolis, IN 46288
  • Phone Number: (317) 632-5553