Nashville Auto Diesel College (NADC) Reviews

  • 33 Reviews
  • Nashville (TN)
  • Annual Tuition: $26,520
61% of 33 students said this degree improved their career prospects
61% of 33 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

Kym Hogan
  • Reviewed: 11/9/2009
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"Working as a Corporate Recruiter with one of the largest CAT dealers in the country,,,my company as well as up to 20 Caterpillar dealers recruited exclusively from NADC. The school has a reputation of producing the highest quality technician available. The negative comments are from those that didn't apply themselves and were not serious about their education and were ultimately not picked up by quality companies from the job fairs. If you have the passion for this industry this is by far the best education that you can receive and placing NADC on your resume guarantees interviews....but you have to work for you spot...not complain!!!"
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  • Reviewed: 1/18/2009
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"To whomever may read this. Yes I'm currently attending NADC in the collision and repair side. Since I've been there, for the last four months, I have come to find that the teachers and the main head people are worthless. They are just out to get your money. If I was going to choose a school, choose UTI. They have THE best up-to-date schools and equipment."
Jason
  • Reviewed: 11/25/2008
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"My experience at Nashville Auto Diesel College was very positive. Getting an education with them made all the difference when I went out to look for a job. I had a degree and didn't have to start at the bottom and work my way up. I started at the top, in a very busy shop. Nashville is a really great place to go to school, all the music and all. The dorms at the school were comfortable, the food was good and there was lots of it, and the staff was really great to work with. Seemed like everyone really cared about me and were behind me all the way. But really, the best part of going to school there was the hands on experience in the shops on campus. I know the time spent in class was important to, I mean, you have to have the foundation knowledge, but in the real world what counts is that you can actually do what you say you can do, and at Nashville Auto Diesel College, you get to work in the shops from the very beginning. I got lots of hands on, and it was more interesting than just sitting in a class. The custom paints program was my favorite, I always wanted to work on some really fine cars, and I finally got the chance to use my creative side and make a work of art on an auto. That was fine."