Sheridan Technical College

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Sheridan Technical College
Undergraduate certificate in Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing 
Program Length: 14 months

Students graduating on time

23% of Title IV students complete the program within 14 months

Program Costs*

$4,770 for in-state tuition and fees
$16,530 for out-of-state tuition and fees
$346 for books and supplies
$11,640 for off-campus room and board

Other Costs

Industry certification or licensure exams are an additional cost.

*The amounts shown above include costs for the entire program, assuming normal time to completion.
Note that this information is subject to change.

Students Borrowing Money

0% of students who attend this program borrow money to pay for it

The typical graduate leaves with
N/A* in debt
The typical monthly loan payment
N/A*  per month in student loans with N/A*  interest rate.

The typical graduate earns
not provided per year after leaving this program

Graduates who got jobs

20% of program graduates got jobs according to the  accreditor job placement rate

Accreditor Information

Name of the accrediting agency this placement rate is calculated for:
Council on Occupational Education
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What types of jobs were these students placed in?
The job placement rate includes completers hired for: Jobs within the field

Positions that recent completers were hired for include: Automotive Body Repairer, Automotive Body Refinisher, Paint and Body Technician
When were the former students employed?
Within 18 months
How were completers tracked?
State data system

Program graduates are employed in the following fields:
Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage
Automotive Body and Related Repairers
Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers
Painters, Transportation Equipment

Licensure Requirements

There are no licensure requirements for this profession in:

Additional Information

No additional notes provided.

Date Created 3/17/2017
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