It is strongly recommended each student enrolling in the Automotive Technology program have a clean driving record, a valid driver's license, and proof of insurance for any vehicles they may drive to LBCC. If you can be identified as a "High Risk Driver" it may be impossible to find employment in the automotive service and repair field. Information on who is a High Risk Driver
#1 Complete the LBCC Application Procedure for New Students if you are not already a full time LBCC student.
Link to the Online Admissions Application
Students must be fully admitted and qualified to register for full time (12 credits) to be succesful in the Automotive Technology program.
Link to More information on how to become a student at LBCC.
#2 Apply for Financial Aid unless you already have funding to attend college.
Link to the Financial Aid Application process.
Link to More information about LBCC Financial Aid.
#3 Take the Placement Exam.
To develop the skills and knowledge required to service today's automobiles, each student must possess or develop essential foundation skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. To this end, a formal skills assessment instrument known as the "CPT" for College Placement Test is used to determine if each student has a reasonable probability of success as an automobile technician.
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All students must place into ALS 100 with a CPT reading placement score of 67 or higher. This score is part of the Applied Learning Strategies (ALS) placement. Automotive students must also place into writing 95 and Math 60 (or higher) before they will be allowed to enroll in any Automotive Technology class. If you placed into Math 20 or Writing 90 you must complete these classes before you can enroll in Automotive Technology classes. You are permitted to re-take the CPT if you feel your test scores were too low.
Link to CPT details and preparation materials.
Students who must wait to enroll in automotive classes, and placed into ALS 100 and/or Math 60 are encouraged to take those classes during their first term at LBCC.
#4 Contact an Automotive Technology Program Advisor.
All Automotive classes require an Instructor Signature before any student can enroll. Students new to the Automotive Technology program should send an e-mail to e-mail email@example.com to schedule a new student advising session.
Link to contact information for LBCC Automotive Faculty & Staff.
#5 Have transportation to the ATTC in Lebanon
Directions to the Advanced Transportation Technology Center in Lebanon. Limited bus service is available.
Do not hesitate to contact a Phil Krolick (541) 917-4602 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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