The Lincoln College of Technology is committed to provide hands-on skills and training which are needed by the students to succeed in changing employment landscape. As a degree granting institution that confers both associate degree programs and diplomas, the Lincoln College of Technology strives to maintain an environment that encourages learning and advancement both in and out of the classrooms.
All campuses of Lincoln College of Technology savor the honor of having degree granting status. The institution may assist the students to start a rewarding career by providing wide range of programs and campuses through United States.
The Lincoln College of Technology is committed to the mission of providing education and training to the students so that they could achieve proficiency through a skill oriented curriculum. The institution shows commitment to deliver best educational and training programs to enable the students to accomplish career goals.
In order to fulfill its objectives, the Lincoln College of Technology supports high standards of quality service and commitment.
The Lincoln College of Technology is dedicated to the goal of remaining at the forefront of changing/evolving technology. Included in its goals is also the provision of knowledgeable and skilled faculty which is dedicated to the professional enhancement of students.
Lincoln College of Technology nurtures each student to meet day to day challenges of ever-changing world. At Lincoln College of Technology, this is fulfilled through a series of lectures and demonstrations. In order to practice newly learned skills, a comprehensive laboratory exercise is provided to the students.
Accreditation is an honor or recognition which is granted to an institution if it meets or exceeds the standard criteria of delivering quality education.
Following are the purposes of accreditations:
Assessing the quality of education provided by an institution.
Assuring the consistency in the operations of an institution.
Promoting improvements in the institution.
Provision of public accountability.
Students get multiple assurances by accreditations of institutions.
Students get assurance that the institution is financially stable.
Students get assurance that the institution offers approved and accredited study programs.
Students get assurance that institutions truthfully advertise the courses.
Accreditations provide verification that organization meets the standards.
The Lincoln College of Technology bears the honor of being majorly accredited by the following.
Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, ACCSC
However, the College also holds approvals, associations, certifications and memberships with different organizations.
Following grading criteria is adopted by the college in order to judge and mark the academic outcomes of the students.
3. 0-3. 9
2 .0-2. 9
Incomplete (Requires make-up work)
Transfer credit–indicates the school accepted credit earned for previous postsecondary education at an institution other than a Lincoln Educational Services school
PASS–for externship or remediation courses “P” is not considered in computing the Grade Point Average
Indicates that the course was repeated
Graduation Rate (150%)
The graduation rates listed below are based upon a limited cohort of full time first-time students who initiated their program of study between 9/1/2008 – 8/31/2009 and completed the program within 150% of normal program length. These graduation rates are for the Denver Campus of Lincoln College of Technology. The graduation rates of other campuses are likely to be different.
Black or African American
Two or more races
Race and Ethnicity Unknown
The retention rates listed below are based on first-time students who were enrolled in the institution as full time in fall of 2010 and were still enrolled or completed during the fall of 2011. These retention rates are for the Denver Campus of Lincoln College of Technology. The retention rates of other campuses are likely to be different.
Title IV Funding
- Stafford loans
- PLUS loans
- Pell grants
- Supplemental Educational Opportunity grants
- Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant(ACG)
- National Science & Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (NAtionla SMART Grant)
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
- Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant
- Federal Work Study (FW-S)
- Federal Perkins Loan program (FPLP)
- Federal Direct Loan Programs (FDLP) (Subsidized/Unubsidized)
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