Lincoln Tech Reviews

  • 303 Reviews
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $12,950 - $33,939
23% of 303 students said this degree improved their career prospects
24% of 303 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

troy Bryant
  • Reviewed: 3/31/2024
  • Degree: HVAC
"I graduated from Lt in union nj in 2009 as a hvacr Teck and started my own business, in 2009. I have great respect for Lt gave me a career for me and my family as well. The instructors were very good and what they do. I learn from every class from day one. That include heating,and heating 2,commerical,hermatics,ac,commercial1,electricalfor loads ect."
  • Reviewed: 2/5/2024
  • Degree: HVAC
"I've been in school since last May and I'm due to graduate May 2024 I owe them like $1,000 now they're threatened with the kick me out of school after they took the grants from the government how was this Fair can any lawyer or anybody help me please hit my email"
  • Reviewed: 8/26/2023
  • Degree: Diesel Mechanic
"This place is like any school you only get what you give . You study and try you will do well.. the teachers say you will not leave here school a master technician it's a foundation to build from. But people don't try they think they will just skate through it and be successful. But it's not true. You have to make yourself a master technician from the willingness to learn.. I enjoyed this this and I learned a lot and it helped me.."
mayra Santana
  • Reviewed: 8/13/2023
  • Degree: Medical Assistant
"This is to express that if you really want to earn your certification in medical assistance look up programs. im paying 10,000 dollars in student loans for this school. At first classes were ok. After a few times of going to school they informed up that our school was going to clowe. I feel like the rest of my classes were rushed and therefore harder to retain anything they were suppose to teach. Most definitely am against rcomendating this school to anyone."
Shamiah Watford
  • Reviewed: 7/19/2023
  • Degree: Nursing
"Terrible school, very money hungry. I have had a horrible experience. After being told my only option was to withdraw when going into labor preterm and having to pay thousands of dollars extra to return to being withdrew with no notification from the school in my 3rd term and being told I was unable to return and finish the program with no real explanation. They sell you hopes and dreams as a prospective student but once you start it’s you against the entire school. The staff don’t have your best interest and do not do anything to help, it’s almost as if they want to see you fail. It’s unfair. You definitely do not receive a 30k+ education. If you have other options for nursing school take them!!!"
  • Reviewed: 6/25/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"This school is a mess. It’s all about quizzes and textbook. Wish we had more hands on. Really disappoints me on how there can be a mix between commercial and residential it really confuses me. Sure I understand that it gets students to decide what to learn and do but the Organization is not right with every month classes. This was not worth the $25000. This school is a joke. They get new units and don’t let us install it but the instructors do?? Those units are our money that we spend!!! They also lied that we get to do installs but no"
  • Reviewed: 5/18/2023
  • Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
"The school will tell you everything you want to hear when you go for your interview. You are excited and motivated, ready and anxious to start your journey. They compliment you on the decision you are making to better your life. But as soon as you walk through those doors on your first day and on going, they don't recognize you, they don't care about anything you have going on outside of school. Your house can burn down, you can become homeless, your car can break down, you could spend hundreds of dollars on ubers, your kids can be hospitalized, you can have deaths in te family, anything traumatizing can happen to you... but it does NOT matter. They do not care. You have to be in class or you lose time and eventually time out and have to start over. It's all about the money. Take your money and go elsewhere. The stress is not worth it!"
  • Reviewed: 5/10/2023
"I am a current student in the MA Program. This school has poor organization, and their administration does not have your best interest. I have had many instances where I needed help from the school, and they refused to help me until I had to climb the latter to their bosses, and I still was given a hard time. There are a few good teachers that will do anything and everything to help you but in the end the school doesn't value those who have our best intertest and are constantly trying to shut the few good teachers down. There are also many teachers that don't know the information and are hurting you more than helping you. I have always heard bad things about this school, but I put my trust in their graduation rates and man do I wish I would have listened. It didn't take very long to see how messed up the school is, we have to pay so much money and we aren't given any resources. We can't even get a simple paper printed for our resumes because we don't have printer access and the career service department won't help you without you having to jump through hoops."
Darlene David
  • Reviewed: 4/6/2023
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"Lincoln Tech, Opened up many doors for my future career in the medical field. Gave me opportunity to work a professional level and continue to learn and grow. All my instructors helped me to improve my skills, and gave me strength to not give up when I am in my down side of my career. Lincoln Tech has the best practical labs they are all clean and neat."
Darlene David
  • Reviewed: 4/6/2023
  • Degree: Allied Health
"Of course my college has good infrastructure facilities, all different practical labs etc. My college's infrastructure is in good condition. The whole building is neat and clean all the time. All my instructors are always very kind, patient, helpful and truly care about their profession and their students!"
  • Reviewed: 3/29/2023
  • Degree: HVAC
"DO NOT go to Lincoln tech for hvac. They WILL ROBBED you blindly. I don’t think that the education level is worth $32,000. They has this position that work at the school call an auditor that catches unpaid bills. The auditor does not work with the financial ad department or give you advice like the financial ad would, instead they would just tell you about an unpaid balance. In this case Everything balance was paid for but they told me that fasfa over paid them and that I have a check from fasfa but I would have to sign it saying that it going to go to my next classes. I ask why would I have to sign that if I signed already on how much fasfa going to pay for all my classes. It didn’t add up to me . On top of that the Teachers doesn’t know what they are teaching half the time and when u think you selected the right answer some of the work that u do online the and would be wrong. DONT GO TO LINCOLN TECH HVAC"
  • Reviewed: 3/21/2023
  • Degree: Nursing
"The fact the admissions department can call minors on weekends, late nights and text from their personal cell is very disturbing! The president of the school turns his head when confronted with a problem !!! A lot of the staff is unprofessional, rude, nasty and disrespectful."
  • Reviewed: 2/21/2023
  • Degree: Diesel Mechanic
"A majority of the instructors don't even know what they are teaching, if you ask a question about the instruction that they are teaching. They say they don't know and walk away without a second thought spared about it. They switched to an online learning platform called Electude, we sit on a computer all day and answer questions that are incorrect and have to be changed or fixed every day. It relies on clicking on a certain location to get a correct answer but if the pixel of your click is off by one you get the whole question wrong. The school is such a joke that they round up all grades that are at least a 60% to 100% to make sure they get the full tuition of the student, it dosent matter if they understand anything taught or not. Final exams and midterms are only 5% of your grade, you can skip every final and mid term exam and still pass with a 4.0 gpa."
Former student
  • Reviewed: 1/12/2023
  • Degree: Nursing
"Don’t go to Lincoln tech in Shelton ct. they change their policies every second. In my fourth mod midway though they changed their grading policies when it came to ATI grade scale. They took the scale away so everybody’s avg dropped to where you couldn’t pass. Three senators and the ct higher education is investigating the school. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL."
  • Reviewed: 10/10/2022
"Wishing that I read these reviews before going there. They do not care about their student. Teachers and the office are the same, not caring. Only thinking about their profit. Student are failing, they do not care. They are confusing in the teaching styles. Student have to self teaching."
  • Reviewed: 9/7/2022
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"I would not recommend coming here for medical coding and billing. Save your money and go to a better school. Some teachers are fantastic, but the curriculum is an absolute mess. Not enough tools or resources. It is pretty much like going to high school."
  • Reviewed: 8/29/2022
  • Degree: HVAC
"Seeing what others offer, I regret coming to Lincoln. There are way too many students in each class and not enough equipment. If you want a quick certification, it's just alright. If you're looking to become an expert, Lincoln does not seem willing to invest the money to make their HVAC program expert level, so buyer beware"
Unhappy Current SLPN
  • Reviewed: 7/13/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"How is it ok to have 9 failed students in a term and you are still teaching? This Night Term 2 Pharmacology teacher should not be teaching us period. We basically teach ourselves no study guides for tests then will test on 3 and 4 chapters at a time!"
Willie Smith
  • Reviewed: 7/12/2022
  • Degree: Electrical Engineering
"School is a complete waste of time teachers aren’t electricians they also don’t have that many supplies most times your gonna be watching YouTube as a class and then you will eventually find out that techincal schools like Lincoln are not govt approved as far as electrical certifications the most you can be is an apprentice after leaving Lincoln which is something you need no education to be waste of 25 grand ."
  • Reviewed: 4/12/2022
  • Degree: Electrical Engineering
""This school is a joke. Our teachers don’t even have qualification to be teaching at this level. They are disrespectful, and not knowledgeable. Its expensive, and its a waste of my money. I'm not even sure if I will be experienced enough to even be able to get an apprenticeship after this program. But at least I’ll have the certifications"