Originally founded as the Lincoln Technical Institute in 1946, the Lincoln College of Technology now has 15 campuses in nine states, including Ohio, Florida, and Texas. The school provides hands-on career training and values experiential learning. It grants diplomas and associate degrees in various fields, such as business and the health sciences. The school is a member of the Lincoln Group of Schools, which is part of the Lincoln Educational Services Corporation. The corporation has more than 40 campuses in 17 states. The Lincoln College of Technology is just one of Lincoln’s six brands.
The Lincoln College of Technology prepares students for careers in business and information technology; health sciences; skilled trades; spa and cosmetology; culinary arts; and automotive industries. Programs available at each location vary, so students should confirm that programs of interest are available at their desired locations. Students can receive diplomas, associate degrees, or bachelor’s degrees in various fields, such as collision repair, massage therapy, and health information administration. Online programs are also available through Lincoln College Online in areas such as health information technology and health information administration.
Accreditation information for the Lincoln College of Technology can be found on the U.S. Department of Education’s database. With locations in different states, each of the college’s 15 locations is accredited by different bodies.
Interested students should complete the Information Request Form. An admissions representative will contact students and provide further information and application materials.