The school is not a school for mechanics or someone with any background in the field, the only way to get a course that your high school shop teacher already showed you isto spend $30-40,000 then you might be able to take a class on something you want to learn.The school is only there for the money education come second.
I would recommend the school to anyone that has picked up a wrench before. save youmoney and work your way up or community college for a 1/8 of the price. And what they also dont tell you is not everything is FASFA approved money will be coming from your pocket and the only jobs around are min.
wage,so you can barely live and pay rent when they get you for a extra 4000$ as a student.WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY GO GET A JOB AND WORK YOUR WAY UP LIKE EVERYONE HAS DONE BEFORE.