Lincoln Tech Reviews

1.9 out of 5 stars
(266 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: $12,950 - $33,939
23% of 266 students said this degree improved their career prospects
24% of 266 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars
jjjxxww - 4/22/2015
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2015
"This was seriously the worst experience of my life. It was possibly the most unorganized place I have ever been to. I would not recommend this school to anyone. It felt like nobody knew what was going on at the school 90% of the time. The only reason I passed my courses was because they did not care enough to give out actual tests. I was allowed to use my books for all of it. This school is not what I consider a real school. They are just in it for the money. Its extremely expensive for what you actually get. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL, PLEASE. Dealing with the financial-aid department was a NIGHTMARE. I am now 15k in the hole and feel like I got absolutely NOTHING out of this program. WASTE OF MONEY, GO TO A COMMUNITY COLLEGE INSTEAD AND GET YOUR CERTIFICATES FROM THERE INSTEAD OF THESE CRAPPY 9 MONTH - 1 YEAR PROGRAMS!"
4.7 out of 5 stars
Hana V. - 4/19/2015
Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2012
"I attended the LPN day program at Lincoln Technical Institute. I have to say that this indeed a great program to attend if you are looking for immediate job placement. As with any program, you get as much out if it as you put in. With that being said, be prepared to put in a few hours each day of self study. I was able to finish the program as class valedictorian, and couldn't be happier. After graduation, I landed a nursing job at a top/ivy league hospital in my area. I get a chance a to work with some of the leading surgeons in Orthopaedic medicine, and I am currently advancing my career to become a Physician's Assistant. So please, if you wish to enroll in this program, put in WILL be rewarded."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 4/10/2015
Degree: Welding
Graduation Year: 2014
"Constantly running out of materials for days on end when the school is expensive as it is waste of money They dont teach you the skills needed in order to work as an entry level welder 90 percent of the welding you do is on a flat piece of metal by a welding instructor who barely knows how to weld all their training methods are useless they brainwash you into believing that the people like us who talk bad about it didn't put in the effort it's all a lie I put in tons of effort took in all the information I could and still there was no useful shit to be learned. The only reason I gave the financial department a good rating is because they are real good at stealing your money i saw kids physically kept from entering class because of payments. Before I started going there I read some of these online forums and then decided I didn't believe all the neigh sayers. There are better schools out there do not waste your time with this one. Remember this is a for profit school and as long as there is money coming in they don't give a fuck about you or your career"
2.5 out of 5 stars
jtm2348 - 3/29/2015
Degree: Automotive Technology
Graduation Year: 2014
"To start I did not like the curriculum it is poorly designed and puts constraints on the teachers who actually want too help and too loose with the ones who don't. When a student has too teach an instructor how too use a piece of equipment it's pretty sad and undermines any credit that instructor had. To top it off recruiters make up lies that the school tries too bullshit with them I'd just have appreciated honesty two examples are you shouldn't tell future students we have an excellent high performance program but on the first day be told were running the last class through now and its getting closed down then too no its been gone for around ten years the second was security gaurds pass me between two offices several times after my tools was stolen on school property and paying foe security to then be told finally yea the cameras don't work. Graduated on the deans list 3.8 GPA 99.7 attendence going to BMW step see if its any better"
1.0 out of 5 stars
This is truth - 3/27/2015
Degree: HVAC
Graduation Year: 2003
"Ok to all my veteran friends. I did not graduate because I withdrew my self. I got screwed during my second and received a grade that I never took a final on. The whole class but one failed the osha test and he only passed because this was his job in the coast. Rght now Im out 4700 dollars and most likely will have do a civil lawsuit in order to receive my money back. I do have a good case since the whole class is willing to back me up. Some were awarded a free month of class at the schools cost. I chose not to because it is a waste of 2300 dollars. You can pay the same amount at TCC and receive better training and a associates degree in science. I won't be going to this school. I know no will read or listen to this but I warned you. Don't take HVAC until the program gets better. Also if you talk to the education supervisor Mr. C., make sure you remember the date because he forgets your conversations.."
4.3 out of 5 stars
Tyrell - 2/26/2015
Degree: Automotive Technology
Graduation Year: 2013
"Good program, you have to show up to class, cause it's mostly hands on. Instructors all ASE Certified. Got a job before I was out. My brother is now attending after seeing what it did for me. You will hear the people tells you you get out what you put into it, very true. Pay attention and be serious and you will do well. Wasted 2 yrs at Ivy Tech, should have come here first."
5.0 out of 5 stars
JTC - 2/24/2015
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2015
"I came to write a review for two reasons. #1; Because I am proud of who I am. I have become a Registered Nurse and this was accomplished due to the extraordinary Professors and staff at Lincoln College of Technology in West Palm Beach, FL. The RN Program was an incredible experience. #2; Because of all the negative expressions below. It is not the fault of the College, but the fault of the individual. Pointing fingers and blaming others for your own disappointments will only lead to an increase in self destruction and negative life principles. Always remember... it is "you"; who is responsible for self care, self reflection and self achievement. Know who you are, what your expectations and desires in life are and what you want to do with your life. Lastly..... I share with you my quote: " I am a strong person; I just tend to take a lot of pride in who I am, because of the importance it serves others "...... Good luck to all. A VERY PROUD LINCOLN COLLEGE GRADUATE :-)"
2.3 out of 5 stars
Anonymous PN student - 2/24/2015
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2015
"LTI in Lincoln RI would be a good program if they would do away with the ATI person who tries to undermine every student and instructor in the building. Woman claims to be an RN but according to the board of nursing in the same state she doesn't even have an expired RI license so why is she pretending to be an RN in RI? Fraudulent. Not to mention she has lied to our class so many times the devil probably blushes."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hasiyna - 2/9/2015
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015
"My experience at Lincoln Tech was wonderful. You get to learn a lot of different things,the professors are very nice and very informative. You do a lot of hands on training which is good to learn. I went to Lincoln tech not knowing what I was getting myself into,but I must say that I am happy with the choice of going back to school to take up a trade. Also very satisfied with the school of my choice (LINCOLN TECH)! I completed my 9 month course as a Medical Assistant,went on my externship completed 180 hours. Went on my first interview which was literally a month after completing my externship,and nailed the job! I really don't think I would have been offered the job if I didn't have the experience that I now have. It's been a great 9 months learning new things and meeting new people. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone who is looking to take up a trade. It really helps you out,you have the opportunity to get trained in so many different areas. I am so happy and greatful and humble,everyone doesn't get a chance to go to school to better their lives.If you can you should,trust me you will never regret it! :-)"
1.5 out of 5 stars
KLB - 2/3/2015
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016
"This school is the WORST SCHOOL I HAVE EVER BEEN TO. The teachers are totally clueless they dont teach at all they throw books at you and expect you to know the material inside and out even if you have no prior knowledge of the material. The grading system is totally messed up. As an LPN student you take a course the last month of your first quarter. There is a total of 3 exams and a final all equaling 95% of your grade. Yea really fair to set students up for failure. If you fail that class and want to repeat you only get ONE REPEAT FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR and you have to drop out of school and re enroll. Nothing of that is said at orientation or anywhere else. Basically you get a phone call saying "you only get on free repeat so it should be taken into consideration if you truly want to use it on a 30 hr course because if you fail any of the bulk classes through out the rest of the yr you will have to pay for them out of pocket" real encouraging right!!!!! Bust your hump day in and day out to be thrown around like a ping pong ball in an overpriced $30,000 program to feel like crap and have no direction on where else to go because you gave so much money to the school that turned into crap!!!! Not to mention the lack of clean classrooms and bathrooms without TP and paper towels, the so called lunch room is disgustimg and never cleaned and all it contains are vending machines that steal your money constantly, real nice for students who are at school from 8a-2:45p a day. The staff are rude and refuse to help when multiple students complain. The tests do not match the work, the clinicals are awful in disgusting nursing homes where pts are treated like garbage and abused. I regret ever going to the Edison campus and I suggest ppl who are considering going do your research before you waste financial aid money to go there. I am so beyond disgusted and angry that now I have to find another program to get into. Oh and major word of advice IF YOU WANT TO BECOME AN RN YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE THE WHOLE RN PROGRAM BC NONE OF THE CLASSES YOU TAKE HERE ARE TRANSFERABLE AT ALL, TOTALLY UNRECOGNIZED. So unless you want to be an LPN as a career re-think your choice."