Lincoln Tech in Nashville, TN
Over 100 years of Career Training History
Over 100 years of Career Training History
The city of Nashville – the heart of Tennessee – is home to two proud American traditions: unbeatable music, and incredible cars. What the Grand Ole Opry is to country music, Lincoln Tech is to the auto career training tradition. Our landmark campus has an amazing history of graduating successful technicians for the auto, diesel, and collision repair industries. Formerly Nashville Auto-Diesel College (NADC), the campus has also added welding training to help graduates enhance their career possibilities in top industries around the country.
Founded in 1919, the Lincoln campus is a magnet location for students from around the country – even around the world. On-campus career fairs draw some of the best-known companies to our campus to meet, interview, and recruit Lincoln Tech graduates.
Automotive Technology – choose between our Automotive Technology, Service Management or our exclusive High Performance training options.
Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology – a convenient Blended Learning format lets you complete some of your coursework online from home so you can spend more time on campus painting, airbrushing, and performing hands-on auto body repairs.
Diesel and Truck Technology – 95% of Nashville campus graduates get hired in the field when they graduate1.
Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology – Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology – 96% of Nashville campus graduates get hired in the field when they graduate1.
Welding and Metal Fabrication Technology – The State of Tennessee projects 15% job growth for Welders by 20302.
Specialized Training Partnerships
The Peterbilt diesel training program is designed to enhance a diesel technician’s skills by introducing them to proprietary Peterbilt technology. Qualified graduates from the diesel programs at Lincoln Tech can apply for this specialized training program. This is an employer-funded program, and is offered exclusively at our Nashville, TN campus.
MOPAR CAP Levels 0/1 are offered at the Nashville campus as an Independent learning module available to all current automotive students. Successfully passing this module satisfies the prerequisite training needed to apply for the MOPAR CAP 2 advanced training program, which is available at Lincoln Tech’s Mahwah, NJ, campus
Also available to graduates of our Nashville campus automotive program is the opportunity to apply for specialized training in manufacturer-specific technology. These programs are offered at various Lincoln Tech campuses across the country. Contact your campus Admissions team to learn more about all the training opportunities available to you at Lincoln Tech.
Questions about these excellent opportunities? Please call the Nashville campus and speak directly with an admissions representative at (615) 226-3990.
The historic Nashville, TN campus covers 17 acres and has everything you need to launch an exciting, rewarding new career field – including:
- More than 50 live gas engines for hands-on Automotive training.
- Dozens of CAT, Cummins and Detroit Diesel engines.
- Twelve 10,000-lb. two-post lifts.
- Hunter Alignment Equipment.
- Mustang and Super Flow Chassis Dynos.
- Four on-site collision shops.
- Twenty-two Heavy Equipment bays housing 25 training vehicles.
- Individual welding booths for metal fabrication practice.
- On-campus dining halls and housing options.
Lincoln Tech’s Nashville campus is easy to reach from Ellington Parkway (Highway 31-E). I-40 and I-65 also offer convenient routes to the school. We’re also nearby:
- The Legendary Grand Ole Opry.
- The State Capitol and Capitol Mall State Park.
- Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans – check out the special “chariot” designed and built for the Titans’ mascot by Lincoln Tech students.
- Two Rivers Park.
- The Parthenon Art Gallery.
- The Lane Motor Museum – a favorite for fans of vintage cars and motorcycles.
Ready to shift into high gear with a career in the Automotive, Collision Repair, Diesel, Heavy Equipment, or Welding industry? Take the first step and request more information from Lincoln Tech in Nashville.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. A branch of the Indianapolis, IN campus.
1 Job placement rates for Nashville graduates calculated as (Number of graduates employed in Field / Number of graduates available for placement), as per latest reporting to the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges on the 2022 Annual Report.
2 National Center for O*NET Development. Tennessee Employment Trends: 51-4121.00 - Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved December 14, 2022, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/51-4121.00?st=TN&g=Go